|Communities rally to support Cottages for CASA
November 13 at 1:56 pm
Cottages for CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) is kicking off its playhouse fundraiser raffle that generates public awareness and funding to support CASA’s work in a 10-parish region.
|Luling writer publishes child’s book set in the area
November 13 at 1:52 pm
Alberta Helmes Dunn wanted to write something unique so she combined two classical fairy tales into one contemporary story with African-American characters.
|Impact slams down championship win
November 13 at 1:50 pm
The Mimosa Impact won the 12 -14 year old St. Charles Parish Volleyball Championship recently at the Edward A Dufresne Community Center.
|Lady Tigers fall in opening round
November 13 at 1:45 pm
Hahnville’s volleyball season came to an end last week as the Tigers fell in the Division I playoffs to host H.L. Bourgeois, 25-18, 25-17 and 25-12.
|Parish President candidates talk about experience, qualifications
November 13 at 10:14 am
In closing, what are your biggest accomplishments and what uniquely qualifies you to be parish president?
|Parish President candidates talk about budget
November 13 at 10:12 am
How do you anticipate the parish budget changing in the coming years in both funding and expenditures? If you have excess revenue, what will you plan to do with it? If the budget has a decrease in revenue in future years, where do you believe the parish can make budget cuts?
|Parish President candidates talk about future challenges
November 13 at 10:10 am
Besides levees and drainage issues, what’s the biggest challenge the parish faces and how will you meet that challenge?
|Parish President candidates discuss drainage issues
November 13 at 10:09 am
What do you feel are our most pressing drainage issues?
|Parish President candidates talk about plan to finish levee system
November 13 at 10:08 am
How do you plan to complete the levee system in St. Charles Parish?
|Parish President candidates discuss working with Corps, DOTD
November 13 at 10:07 am
What would you do to improve the parish’s relationship with the Corps of Engineers and DOTD to get more parish projects done?
|Parish President candidates discuss future of parish recreation
November 13 at 10:05 am
Parish recreation is always a hot topic for St. Charles Parish residents. What specific recreational projects need to be addressed?
|Parish President candidates talk about transparency
November 13 at 10:03 am
How important is transparency in local government? Do you believe in being personally accessible to members of the public and the press?
|St. Charles Parish DA asks for $2.6M annex
November 13 at 8:59 am
In an effort to centralize operations and cut costs, St. Charles Parish District Attorney Joel Chaisson II has asked the parish government for a $2.6 million annex.
|Hahnville makes statement with 45-14 win over Thibodaux
November 06 at 11:14 pm
Hahnville coach Nick Saltaformaggio couldn’t say who his team would likely face in next week’s postseason opener, but he also wasn’t all that concerned about it after his team’s performance Friday night.
|Unbeaten regular season secured, Wildcats enjoy bye
November 06 at 3:29 pm
Before the start of the football season, Destrehan coach Stephen Robicheaux said that having a bye week during the regular season has its plusses and minuses — it means a chance for players to rest and recharge, but that you’d like to keep the positive momentum flowing.
|Tigers hope to push strong play into postseason, beat Thibodaux
November 06 at 3:25 pm
On the way to four straight victories, Hahnville has outscored its opponents by a combined margin of 167- 38, putting it together in all three phases of the game.
|Hurst students aid Alligator Festival
November 06 at 3:20 pm
Hurst Middle Wetland Watchers were on hand at the St. Charles Rotary Club Alligator Festival to help start the annual Gator Stomp 5K race on the levee overlooking the festival grounds.
|R. K. Smith honors October Top Tigers
November 06 at 3:18 pm
R. K. Smith Middle School honored their October Top Tigers. Each advisory teacher chooses a student who demonstrates C.A.R.E.S.. (Cooperation, Communication, Assertion, Responsibility, Engagement, Empathy and Self Control).
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• DHS, Parkway boast offenses among very best
• DHS, Parkway boast offenses among very best
• Hahnville rallies from 13 down to take down St. Amant, 55-33
• Wildcats advance to quarterfinals with ease, beat Barbe 52-27
• Wildcats shift attention to Barbe, must slow powerful offense
Wildcats advance to quarterfinals with ease, beat Barbe 52-27 - 860 views
Destrehan coach Stephen Robicheaux said his Wildcats’ performance against Barbe Friday night might have been his team’s very best of the season. High praise when speaking of an undefeated team, to be sure; few witnesses, however, would likely argue.
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