|DHS senior receives national recognition
November 14 at 11:33 am
Destrehan High School senior Brooklyn Gillette was recently recognized as an Outstanding Participant in the 2014-2015 National Achievement scholarship program.
|Applications due soon for Ethel Schoeffner Scholarship
November 14 at 11:24 am
College students who have graduated from either Destrehan High School or Hahnville High School may be eligible to apply for the $500-per-semester Ethel Schoeffner Scholarship.
|How a defiant teenager became the patron saint of artillerymen
November 14 at 11:18 am
When a member of the U.S. Army or Marine corps artillery has served in their career with distinction, they are nominated for the Order of St. Barbara. But what does a 7th century Lebanese woman have to do with howitzers?
|Biking the banks
November 14 at 11:14 am
The levee has a long history within St. Charles Parish, but when Kathy Lacompte Bourg and her husband led a group of teenagers down it in the early 1980s, there was no Hale-Boggs bridge and the path was muddy and rocky.
|Honoring our veterans
November 07 at 2:44 pm
A young picture of Buddy Keating shows him smiling and enjoying a cigarette on “R and R” in Japan. On the sleeve of his shirt are the visible three chevrons up and two stripes down of a sergeant 1st class--a rank that, today, takes an average of 12 and a half years to attain.
Keating served in the U.S. Army for 21 months.
|Practice what you teach
November 07 at 2:20 pm
Lucas Harms’ day starts at 4 a.m., just before his 2-year-old son, Leo, wakes up. He’ll go to work at Hahnville High School, where he’s been the theater teacher for seven years. These days, he won’t get in bed until midnight, after practicing his role for Le Petit Theatre du Vieux Carre’s production of “Peter and the Starcatcher,” which opens Thursday, Nov. 7
|The Spooky Side of St. Charles Parish
October 27 at 6:22 pm
Mourning widowers, chopped up bodies and a Nazi horse—St. Charles Parish has them all, and some people claim they continue to haunt the living.
|Kindergarteners hard at work
October 17 at 3:59 pm
At Mimosa Park Elementary, the kindergarteners are hard at work.
|Humane Society showcase adoption pet “Mason”
October 17 at 3:57 pm
This week’s Humane Society showcase pet is Mason.
|St. Charles Arts Guild holds art workshop for adults
October 17 at 3:53 pm
Over 20 people attended an arts fair held by the St. Charles Art Guild Oct. 9 at the St. Charles United Methodist Church in Destrehan.
|Book Reviews - "The Troop"
October 10 at 3:35 pm
Nick Cutter’s The Troop is exactly what it says on the front cover: a book of terror.
|2014 Battle for the Paddle winners announced
October 10 at 3:16 pm
With 123 teams cooking jambalaya or gumbo, United Way of St. Charles kicked off its fundraising campaign with the 13th annual Battle for the Paddle cook-off on Thursday, Oct. 2 at the West Bank Bridge Park in Luling.
|Hahnville students rally around autistic classmate, nominate him to homecoming court
October 10 at 3:05 pm
James Colly Jr. is in many respects an average teenager.
|Oldies But Goodies put the FUN in fundraiser
October 03 at 9:47 am
By Jacob Bielanski
Amidst a flurry of giant cookers, foam containers and plastic wrap, a woman’s voice rings out. “I just want to give a heads up, everyone, Mass just let out, so get ready for the rush.”
|Dissected owl pellets provide student lesson on wildlife nutrition
September 26 at 3:21 pm
Madison Marcel and Cyron Mitt, eighth graders in Trina Douglas’ class, dissected owl pellet to determine what the owls had recently eaten.
|Satellite Center students visit elementary schools, read to classes
September 26 at 3:19 pm
On Sept. 11, to honor National Day of Service and Remembrance, the Satellite Center STAR (Students Teaching and Reaching) team members read to young students at both the East Bank Headstart and Carver Early Learning Center.
|Mimosa Park Elementary community morning meeting
September 26 at 3:17 pm
At Mimosa Park Elementary School in Luling, the whole student body gathers together once a month for a community morning meeting.
|You’ve got to read this! (Sept. 25)
September 26 at 3:14 pm
New books are waiting for you in your St. Charles Parish libraries.
Norco Elementary chose its Christmas card from among five entries. ...
This week’s Humane Society showcase pet is Blackie, a 7-month-old female lab....
The Destrehan Lady Cats throttled H.L. Bourgeois and knocked off East St. John to...
Hahnville senior Rickey Preston put on quite a show in his final high school game....
• Destrehan coach credits seniors for making program contender
• Former HHS QB named Player of Year
• Turnovers plague Destrehan championship loss
• DHS baseball players raise money for former coach battling cancer
• Destrehan must slow Acadiana’s veer attack to win 5A state title
Book Review “The Hit” - 994 views
Do you want the ultimate high? One week with nothing to lose, but there is one catch. After the amazing week, the victim dies a slow painful death. That is the great adventure that Adam and Lizzie take. With all of that comes the ups and downs of young love with a few bizarre twists in between.
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