|Children produce fruit of the vine
May 15 at 12:03 pm
It wouldn’t be natural for us to expect to get grapes from our strawberry vines, nor would we expect cantaloupes from our blackberry vines because it is obvious that the fruit produced is derived from the vine from which it grows.
|Is state ignoring its major problem?
May 15 at 11:59 am
Louisiana presents to its citizens a difficult problem.
|Louisiana lawmakers preparing for more fiscal work in 2016
May 15 at 11:55 am
Lawmakers can only create new taxes or increase them in odd-numbered years, leaving even-numbered years to host their regular sessions. But a constitutional amendment by Rep. Harold Ritchie, D-Bogalusa, would move their fiscal sessions, like the one being held now, to even-numbered years instead.
|Hahnville grad beats language barrier at HHS
May 15 at 11:52 am
Imagine being 9 years old in a foreign country and attending school without knowing the language.
|Hahnville student chose not to see the world as dark place after losing mother
May 15 at 11:49 am
Earl Poole compares his life to morphing like a cocoon metamorphosing into a butterfly, although he’s quick to clarify it’s a “manly butterfly.”
|Hahnville grad’s desire to serve country leads her to U.S. Air Force
May 15 at 11:42 am
April Hood of Luling had her choice of the U.S. Military Academy in West Point, N.Y., or Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo.
|HHS ball player beats the odds
May 15 at 11:38 am
There are young men and women from small towns all over the country dreaming of becoming professional athletes one day and it’s no different in Luling.
|United Way of St. Charles receives School Backpack Program donation
May 15 at 11:37 am
United Way of St. Charles received a check from its School Backpack Program by local senior mortgage specialist Tasha Bourgeois, who also offered the organization use of her custom Team Tasha moving truck on an as-needed basis.
|Luling businessman chosen to observe foreign election
May 15 at 11:34 am
It had been a long 18-hour day observing a presidential election in the Republic of Kazakhstan on April 26 when Garrett Monti realized this was pretty exciting.
|St. Rose woman charged with vehicular homicide
May 15 at 11:31 am
A St. Rose woman has been arrested in connection with the alleged hit-and-run death of a LaPlace bicyclist around 11 p.m. last Thursday.
May 15 at 11:28 am
Volunteer service hours
LULING – For high school students who need volunteer service hours as a school or organization requirement, have an interest in health care careers or would like to give back to the community, St. Charles Parish Hospital’s Summer Volunteer Program is available as a summer activity. The program will run June 8 through August 7.
|Fight the fire: Luling man recounts new strategies, equipment, buildings
May 15 at 11:07 am
In the many years that Barry Minnich has been with the Luling Volunteer Fire Department, he quickly came to realize his job extended far beyond the fire.
|Hahnville's Ricky Preston signs with the Green Wave
May 15 at 10:50 am
Hahnville senior receiver Ricky Preston will continue his football career after signing with Tulane University.
|Hahnville senior leaps to state championships
May 15 at 10:39 am
Hahnville’s Brandon Singleton won both the 110-and 300-meter hurdle events in the Class 5A LHSAA’s Outdoor Track and Field State Championships on Saturday.
|Robicheaux says spring game will be good measuring stick for Destrehan
May 15 at 10:16 am
The Destrehan Wildcats are looking to answer some questions about their upcoming season this spring and find out how the team will adjust to losing nine key players that helped lead the squad to an appearance in the state championship game last year.
|Tiger offense squeaks by ‘D’ in annual Hahnville Burger Bowl
May 15 at 9:54 am
The purple and gold pitted themselves against each other under overcast skies in the annual Burger Bowl intrasquad scrimmage last Saturday at Hahnville High School.
|Humane Society Pet of the Week: Joe
May 08 at 1:15 pm
This week’s St. Charles Humane Society’s showcase pet is Joe the dog.
|Free lunch for children this summer in St. Charles Parish
May 08 at 12:49 pm
The St. Charles Parish of Community Services will offer free lunch this summer at several local schools for children under age 18 between June 1 and July 9.
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• Albert Cammon student wins 2015 Cox Hero Award
• Fight the fire: Luling man recounts new strategies, equipment, buildings
• Girl Scouts Louisiana East honors three St. Charles Parish leaders for their support
• “Gone Girl”
• United Way of St. Charles receives School Backpack Program donation
Tigers, Wildcats place 20 on All-District Team...
Hahnville High School is sponsoring a golf tournament on Friday, May 22 at...
St. Charles Parish Council OKs, but questions $5.5M credit line for hospital - 673 views
St. Charles Parish Hospital representatives got a $5.5 million line of credit for 11 years at Monday’s council meeting, but only after a near hour-long grilling over why they needed more help less than a year after getting a $10 million loan.
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