|Politics or not, Gore film should be seen by all
June 28, 2006 at 2:22 pm
Going to see the Al Gore Film “An Inconvenient Truth” can bring two reactions from viewers.
One will say “It’s about time somebody had the guts to come out with the knowledge of our global-warming problems.” Another will respond “Gore must be running for President again.”
|New York publishers aghast at destruction here
June 22, 2006 at 10:57 am
As members of Louisiana Press Association, we took a helicopter and bus tour of devastated areas of New Orleans soon after Hurricane Katrina. On Friday, we took a bus tour of the same areas with the New York Publishers Association down here to report on progress since the storm. Unfortunately, there was little progress seen in those areas.
|Grand Isle is back to normal for the summer
June 14, 2006 at 11:24 am
Less than a year after Hurricane Katrina destroyed or damaged just about every structure there, Grand Isle is just like it used to be.
|Louisiana takes lead in making abortions illegal
June 07, 2006 at 3:00 pm
The anti-abortion bill just passed by the Louisiana Legislature successfully by-passes the pro-choice argument that a woman should be able to choose what to do with her own body.
|Patio homes is good idea
May 31, 2006 at 2:34 pm
St. Charles is mostly a rural parish but much of our rural areas are wetlands where residences cannot be built. To conserve space in subdivisions and allow residents to acquire homes at less price, the parish council is considering establishing zoning classifications to allow smaller lots.
|Just prepare to evacuate
May 24, 2006 at 12:11 pm
If we've learned anything in the past year, it should be how to react to hurricane season.
|Selection of New Orleans mayor important to us
May 17, 2006 at 1:45 pm
We can find reasons to vote for either of the candidates for mayor in our metropolitan big city Saturday.
Mayor Ray Nagin was a successful businessman four years ago before he was elected to public office for the first time. His opponent, Lt. Gov. Mitch Landrieu, is a born and bred politician.
|Jazzfest joins Carnival in renewing our spirit
May 10, 2006 at 1:53 pm
Jazzfest 2006 was the best ever. It even rained Sunday and the show went on unabated. That indicated that nothing can deter music lovers from actively appreciating the rhythms and sounds of some of the greatest bands and singers in the nation.
|At last we know how to evacuate
May 03, 2006 at 11:58 am
It may have been one year -- and one hurricane too late -- but Mayor Ray Nagin has come up with a firm plan for evacuation when a Category Two storm approaches. It may save lives and a lot of utter frustration when the inevitable happens again.
|Immigrants are necessary
April 19, 2006 at 11:51 am
Strange that we should be talking about keeping immigrants from Latin America out of the country at a time when they are helping to reconstruct our state after the nation’s biggest disaster in history.
|A spiritual and visual retreat
April 12, 2006 at 11:25 am
Our retreat master told us to go out and view the beauty that God has provided us. The birds, the mighty oaks, the flowers and, yes, even the insects which help us in their own way.
|Levees no match for restoration
April 05, 2006 at 2:50 pm
The state and federal government will get more bang for their bucks by paying for coastal restoration, rather than building levees.
|St. Charles’ Pokey is in the limelight
March 29, 2006 at 1:10 pm
The name of Pokey Chatman has meant basketball prowess in St. Charles Parish for years.
We watched the gal from Ama grow up, dribbling down the court in recreation basketball and on Hahnville Junior High and Hahnville High School teams.
|Outstanding citizens honored
March 22, 2006 at 2:58 pm
Every year, we honor people in the parish by selecting them as outstanding citizens, young people and deputies.
This year, a much larger number of such people in the parish were honored, mainly because of outstanding accomplishments in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
|Who’ll be the next governor?
March 15, 2006 at 2:51 pm
It’s not too hard to figure out who two of the candidates in the next governor’s race will be. The incumbent Democrat Kathleen Blanco has already thrown her bonnet into the ring. And everyone expects Republican Cong. Bobby Jindall to repeat his candidacy from the last race.
|Pro-lifers look forward to turnaround
March 08, 2006 at 12:05 pm
After appointment of two U. S. Supreme Court justices who are considered conservative, it didn’t take long for the path to be opened toward the possible overturning of Roe vs. Wade.
|People in South Louisiana are different
March 01, 2006 at 11:51 am
Our people and state were exposed to public opinion by people all over the world like never before after Hurricane Katrina opened our doors to universal inspection.
|Government services come at a high price
February 22, 2006 at 1:35 pm
The federal government’s work in restoring order after Hurricane Katrina shows that it is no match for the private enterprise system in efficiency of operation.
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Hahnville sophomore Austin Perrin is turning heads of Division 1 baseball coaches...
Destrehan receiver Alfred Smith will suit up for the University of Utah in the fall....
• Wildcats edge Tigers in district golf match
• Rabbits on late-season hunting menu
• Lady Cats claim district title, enter playoffs as No. 4 seed
• After stellar senior season, college offers piled up for HHS linebacker
• ‘Unselfish’ Destrehan receiver makes college dream become reality
Rabbits on late-season hunting menu - 737 views
With the conclusion of duck and deer season in Louisiana and Mississippi, and turkey season still several weeks away, rabbit season remains open and offers hunting opportunities until the end of February.
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