|Harry Hurst Middle School 2012 Student Council
January 17 at 5:17 pm
The HMS Student Council sponsored a canned food drive at school throughout the month of November to benefit Second Harvester’s Food Bank.
|Theater students take 1920s New York flapper lifestyle on stage in musical farce Thoroughly Modern Millie
January 17 at 5:11 pm
Thoroughly Modern Millie, a classic musical about a naïve young woman trying to make her way in 1920s New York City, is hitting the stage at Hahnville High School this week.
|St. Charles Parish Volunteers for Family and Community Council Meeting
January 16 at 10:52 am
St. Charles Parish LVFC (La. Volunteers for Family and Community) recently held a council meeting / homemakers day pot luck social at the East Regional Library in Destrehan.
|Mimosa Park Captain’s Crew
January 15 at 10:45 am
Mimosa Park Elementary Captain's Crew is a title given to the top fifteen (15) 1st and 2nd grade students that participate in the library's reading program.
|You’ve got to read this!
January 14 at 10:28 am
New books are waiting for you in your St. Charles Parish libraries.
|St. Charles resident receives Army training in Japan
January 13 at 10:30 am
Army Spec. Joseph A. Medeiros was part of a U.S. Army Pacific task force that participated in training near Sendi, Japan with the Japanese Ground Self Defense Force.
|Ashton Manor holds grand opening
January 12 at 10:31 am
View of Ashton Manor Assisted Living and Memory Care garden. The facility held its grand opening on Jan. 9.
|This week’s Humane Society showcase adoption pet “Little Leo”
January 11 at 10:48 am
Little Leo is an 8 month old male, gray tabby. He loves people and toys are his hobby. Humane Society officals say he is lovable and sweet and just waiting on a home.
|Local plantation highlighted in blockbuster film “Django Unchained”
January 11 at 10:20 am
Evergreen Plantation director Jane Boddie said movie location scouts often visit the isolated plantation on the West Bank of St. John the Baptist Parish in Edgard.
|Norco Elementary's November Student’s of the Month
January 10 at 10:53 am
Students of the Month for November were named at Norco Elementary. Character traits were gratitude, community service and responsibility.
|Norco Manufacturing Complex makes donation to United Way toy and food drive
January 10 at 10:36 am
Norco Manufacturing Complex made a $5,000 donation to the United Way of St. Charles Annual Toy & Food Drive, supplying food and hundreds of toys to families in need this holiday season.
|Local farmers market and hospital featured on Tom Fitzmorris food show
January 10 at 10:34 am
A live radio segment on the The Food Show with Tom Fitzmorris broadcast on WWWL 1350 AM-New Orleans highlighted the vendors and peak season produce available at the bi-weekly farmers market and also the Oyster’s Pearl Grill and Cafeteria, which is located in St. Charles Parish Hospital and open to the public.
|Recipe: Blueberry biscuit cookies
January 07 at 10:34 am
One of the best ways to get kids to eat healthy foods is to let them make it. They'll love making this recipe using blueberries.
|2013 contest begins now
January 05 at 10:04 am
Our competition is open to photographers in St. Charles Parish and everyone can join in on the fun.
|Hurst Teacher of the Year
January 04 at 10:32 am
Harry Hurst Middle School has announced Gabrielle Pollock as their 2012-2013 Teacher of the Year.
|Herald-Guide Camera Shootout 2012
January 04 at 10:17 am
The St. Charles Herald-Guide’s 2012 Camera Shootout photography contest has come to a close, which means that one lucky parish resident is going to win the $500 grand prize.
|Elf visits Norco Elementary for Christmas
December 28, 2012 at 11:43 am
Norco Elementary School was recently visited by their partner in education elf John Hummel. Hummel is a retiree and bring his Christmas cheer every year and he is bearing gifts for Danielle Daunie’s 3rd grade class.
|Mimosa Park Elementary fundraising
December 28, 2012 at 11:42 am
Mimosa Park Elementary and Number One Fund Raising are teaming up to raise money for the school.
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