|R. J. Vial shows respect
November 22 at 9:53 am
R. J. Vial Elementary School in Paradis has character.
|Satellite Center students celebrate Dot Day
November 22 at 9:51 am
The Satellite Center STAR (Students Teaching and Reaching – Introduction to Education) team members recently celebrated Dot Day.
|You’ve got to read this! (Nov. 21)
November 22 at 9:48 am
New books are waiting for you in your St. Charles Parish libraries.
|St. Rose Elementary students examine Soil
November 22 at 9:46 am
St. Rose Elementary students Deseray Gemisis, Alondra Cruz, Mylah’ Johnson and Ta’Kyran Evans examined local Louisiana soil and its components and compare it to other types of soil during an inquiry-based lesson, as their fourth grade science teacher Christi Fraychineaud assisted and questioned them.
|Lakewood Elementary students solve math problems
November 22 at 9:45 am
Alavan Sam and Christian Bourgeois work together in Michelle Adkins third Grade math class to solve division problems using manipulatives.
|This week’s Humane Society showcase adoption pet “Lea”
November 22 at 9:44 am
This week’s Humane Society showcase is Lea.
|Special election rattles state’s political landscape
November 22 at 9:42 am
By John Maginnis and Jeremy Alford
Political newcomer Vance McAllister of Swartz pulled off his second big election surprise in a row by easily defeating the early favorite in the Nov. 16 runoff in the 5th Congressional District.
|Book review: “The Explorer”
November 22 at 9:41 am
The Explorer’s narrator, Cormac Easton, is a journalist accompanying the deep- space flight of a spaceship called the Ishaguro.
|Parishes take action to restore the coast
November 22 at 9:41 am
Jefferson and Plaquemines parishes have taken the lead in filing lawsuits charging that energy companies and contractors have not followed the law in restoring coastal lands to the healthy conditions that existed before their explorations and production efforts. Louisiana laws clearly say that the land must be maintained and restored to their original condition when work is completed.
|Arrests (Nov. 21)
November 22 at 9:39 am
•Terron Ingram, 42, of 153 Boutte Estates Drive in Boutte, was arrested on Nov. 12 and charged with theft of goods less than $500, resisting an officer and entry/remain after forbidden.
|Council decides to lift sunken boat that drew 80 complaints
November 22 at 9:38 am
The St. Charles Parish Council has included funding in the 2014 budget to raise a sunken vessel in lac Des Allemands.
The vessel “Pretty Boy” has been partially submerged near the Highway 90 bridge in Des Allemands since it sank four years ago.
|‘Deadbeat dads’ sought with Most Wanted poster
November 22 at 9:36 am
The Department of Children and Family Services is using a “Most Wanted” poster to help track down men across the state who each owe at least $20,000 in child support.
|Former DHS football player shot to death in St. Rose
November 22 at 9:35 am
A 23-year-old Destrehan High School graduate, who was a member of the school’s 2007 state championship football team, was found shot to death in St. Rose on Sunday.
|Accidents highlight dangers of walking on Old Spanish Trail
November 22 at 9:33 am
A makeshift memorial of stuffed animals, balloons and a sign reading “R.I.P.” sit on the side of Old Spanish Trail in Boutte.
|Historic St. Rose Tavern will be forced to shut doors
November 22 at 9:30 am
After operating in the same spot for the past 91 years, it looks like the lights may be going out on a historic local eatery.
|After dropping 65 pounds, Luling woman gets award from American Heart Society
November 22 at 9:01 am
Last New Year’s Day, Luling native Leslie Cooper made a resolution that she was going to make a change in her life.
|Wildcats will have to stop physical Ruston rushing attack to advance
November 21 at 11:48 am
After dominating Terrebonne 44-0 in the first round of the Class 5A playoffs, the Destrehan Wildcats will host a Ruston squad that prides itself on its physical rushing attack.
|Tiger offense firing on all cylinders as they enter showdown with Barbe
November 21 at 11:37 am
Hahnville’s offense is firing on all cylinders as they make their way into the second round of the playoffs this week.
In their second 300 plus yard rushing game in a row, the No. 24 Tigers (6-5) ran over the No. 9 Ouachita Lions 42-25 in an upset victory.
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• Hahnville head football coach resigns
• Destrehan knocks off Dutchtown, advances to state semifinals
• Hahnville, Destrehan soccer teams will face off in Steve Gleason fundraiser
• Playoffs week two players of the week
• 7 Tiger wrestlers place in top 3 at Rebel Open
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Playoffs week two players of the week of the 2013 high school football season.
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