|Arrest made in savage dog beating
February 20 at 8:50 am
A Killona man was arrested Thursday night after a warrant was issued for his arrest on a charge of cruelty to animals. Rashard C. Poche, 37, was released after posting $280. His bail is set at $2,500.
|Killona man accused of savagely beating Chihuahua, leading to dog’s death
February 19 at 3:44 pm
The St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office is looking for a man who allegedly beat a small dog to death at a Killona residence on Monday, Feb. 16.
|Louisiana needs that offshore royalty
February 13 at 1:21 pm
Louisiana has been having a major problem along its coast, which has been disappearing at more than the size of a football field every hour.
|Governor’s field still waiting on Landrieu
February 13 at 1:20 pm
Some say he will. Others downright call it unfathomable. Most simply have no idea what he’ll do.
February 13 at 1:19 pm
On Jan. 31 Patrick John Macloud, 54, went home to be with his God and his Mother Rose. His father Willie, wife Bonnie, children Connor and Keely, and sister-in-law Gail will miss him terribly but will continue to live their lives to the fullest as was his desire.
|Arrests (Feb. 12)
February 13 at 1:17 pm
•Robert N. Mayall, 28, of 3222 Highland Ave. in Diberville, Miss., was arrested on Feb. 5 and charged with prohibited door-to-door solicitation and simple burglary of an inhabited dwelling.
|St. Charles EMS to add third ambulance shift
February 13 at 1:16 pm
A new $230,000 ambulance, due in mid March, should help alleviate service calls for the St. Charles Parish EMS at peak times.
|Residents, state clash over St. Rose emissions
February 13 at 1:15 pm
The St. Charles Parish Council held a special meeting to discuss the results of emissions monitoring near the IMTT asphalt plant in St. Rose. Last June, more than 130 people in the area said they felt sick after emissions were released from the facility for 10 days.
|Crawfish prices down from last year
February 13 at 1:12 pm
Though the Saints did not play in the Super Bowl, demand for crawfish has been consistent this season, keeping supplies on the “scarce” side, according to Willie Hebert of Hebert’s Seafood.
|Historic krewe rolls through Des Allemands with 10 floats
February 13 at 1:11 pm
With more than 50 years of history, the Krewe of Des Allemands parade will roll down its familiar route with 10 floats and around 250 riders.
|20 floats, 400 riders will roll through Luling
February 13 at 1:07 pm
Around 400 riders will travel on 20 floats when the Krewe of Lul rolls through the streets of Luling on Saturday. The individual groups create their own float themes, which are kept under wraps until they parade through town.
|27 vehicles up for grabs at Sheriff’s Office auction
February 13 at 1:06 pm
A cargo van with just 106,000 miles and no rear seats will go to the highest bidder at the St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office auction, scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 21.
|Would a smoking ban work in St. Charles Parish?
February 13 at 1:04 pm
In less than 90 days, smoking will no longer be allowed in bars and restaurants throughout New Orleans. Organizers of that effort have reached out to members of the St. Charles Parish Council, leading some to wonder if such a ban would have a place in St. Charles.
|$35 million performing arts center planned for Luling
February 13 at 1:02 pm
The St. Charles Parish School Board unveiled plans Wednesday for a $35 million performing arts center it hopes to build if voters approve a $42 million bond.
|After stellar senior season, college offers piled up for HHS linebacker
February 13 at 12:51 pm
By Lori Lyons
Perhaps no one had a harder time with the recruiting process than Hahnville senior linebacker Dwaine Thomas.
|‘Unselfish’ Destrehan receiver makes college dream become reality
February 13 at 12:44 pm
By Lori Lyons
Like most new kids in school, Kirk Merritt had a tough time adjusting when he first transferred from Isidore Newman School to Destrehan High School two years ago.
|2015 Krewe of Lul Grand Marshal
February 13 at 12:29 pm
At 90 years old, the Krewe of Lul’s grand marshal can be hard to catch up with. Between going to the fitness center three times a week, volunteering within the community and continuing his late wife’s business, Hurschel Burleigh doesn’t have much time to talk about his role in Mardi Gras.
|2015 Krewe of Des Allemands Grand Marshals
February 13 at 12:26 pm
When you see the Krewe of Des Allemands grand marshal, you might think you’re seeing double. But, in fact, this year’s honoree is two people.
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• Wildcats edge Tigers in district golf match
• Rabbits on late-season hunting menu
• Lady Cats claim district title, enter playoffs as No. 4 seed
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• ‘Unselfish’ Destrehan receiver makes college dream become reality
Boutte pastor happens upon crash, prays with dying man - 5961 views
Pastor Don Logan, of Boutte, was coming back from a meeting in Alexandria when the truck in front of him came to a screeching halt while traveling eastbound on Highway 90 in Des Allemands. Logan would later discover that he was only the second person on the scene of a fatal motorcycle accident.
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