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Top-seeded Wildcats will host Ehret for trip to semis

Top-seeded Destrehan generated some late game heroics to survive a second round trip to Mandeville last week. Read More...
November 23 at 12:00 am

Food donations deadline

New Sarpy – The St. Charles Parish Department of Community Services is collecting donations at its New Sarpy Office for the annual Thanksgiving Basket Program until Nov. 21. The department provides baskets of goods to residents in need for the holidays each November. Each basket contains a turkey and other dishes that one would find at a traditional Thanksgiving dinner. Residents are asked to drop off either monetary donations or a frozen turkey at the Community Services’ Office at 14564 River Road in New Sarpy or by calling (985) 764-7944 to arrange a pickup. All clients are screened by the department staff. For more information, call (985) 764-7944.Read More...
November 21 at 9:58 am

Knights of Columbus 2409 fundraiser

Hahnville – The Knights of Columbus 2409 will hold its Fall Barbeque Chicken Dinner on 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Nov. 20 at the Holy Rosary Catholic Church Community Building in Hahnville. Tickets are $8 each. The meal includes a ½-chicken, coleslaw, baked beans and bread. Assorted Read More...
November 20 at 1:32 pm

Destrehan wins thriller, rallies late to beat Mandeville

Destrehan lives.
November 18 at 11:37 pm

Hahnville upended by Ehret, falls in second round

On a number of occasions during Friday night’s Class 5A second round game between host Hahnville and John Ehret, it appeared the Tigers were on the verge of swinging momentum in their favor for good. Read More...
November 18 at 11:31 pm

Humane Society fundraiser at Rye Canteen

Luling – The St. Charles Humane Society will receive 20 percent of all proceeds from Rye Canteen restaurant, 12287 Highway 90 in Luling, on Nov. 18 from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Humane Society President Jackie Boudreaux said proceeds will help the organization help homeless animals in the shelter. For more information, email Read More...
November 18 at 1:32 pm

Entergy gets approval to build $869M power station in Montz

The Louisiana Public Service Commission approved construction of Entergy's $869 million power station in Montz on Wednesday (Nov. 16).Read More...
November 18 at 11:08 am

HHS students honored by president for volunteer work

Hahnville High School student Gillian Hebert was thrilled to earn a Presidential Volunteer Service Award for her volunteer efforts with Wetlands Watchers — and was just as pleased, in fact, to do the work that earned her that honor. Read More...
November 18 at 10:59 am


Keysha Lynn Bourque, 34, passed away peacefully at her home on Nov. 9.Read More...
November 18 at 10:57 am

Sheriff's Report - Nov. 17, 2016


• Jess Coon, 20, of 324 Ormond Oaks Drive in Destrehan, was arrested Nov. 8 and charged with unauthorized entry into an inhabited dwelling, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of Schedule IV drugs. Read More...
November 18 at 10:54 am

Trump’s choices for key administrative officials will outline his political priorities

Financial Tidbits by Ryan LeBlanc

Donald Trump has completed his landmark quest and will become the nation’s 45th president after a contentious and often divisive campaign.Read More...
November 18 at 10:52 am

Thanks candidates for a peaceful ending

What a difference an election made.
November 18 at 10:51 am

Election season enters round two

The big challenge in the U.S. Senate runoff for Treasurer John Kennedy and Public Service Commissioner Foster Campbell will be grabbing the attention of the same voters who were already less than enthusiastic about this race during the primary. Read More...
November 18 at 10:48 am

Destrehan mentor says God keeps putting him in position to help kids

John Emery’s world took many directions in his younger years, but it seemed all the important roads in his life kept taking him to or back to situations where he helped children.Read More...
November 18 at 10:45 am

Luling man remembers loved ones at his own chapel

Amid the statues of Jesus, angels and disciples on Ray Kern's altar, which fills an entire room in his Luling residence, also rests his strong religious devotion.Read More...
November 18 at 10:43 am

Engineer hits jackpot with unique invention

In 1992, Pedal Valves Inc. founder Pete Gilbert could not have known where his little invention would take him. Read More...
November 18 at 10:41 am

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A mourning Bayou Gauche community reschedules parade
A mourning Bayou Gauche community reschedules parade
As the Bayou Gauche community mourns the death of resident Bart Dufrene Jr., who was killed Monday in an a boat crash on Bayou Des Allemands, its annual Christmas on the Bayou Boat Parade has been rescheduled to Dec. 10.