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Knights of Columbus annual Lenten Fish Fry

Luling – The Knights of Columbus will hold its annual Lenten Fish Fry 5 – 7 p.m. every Friday March 10 through April 7 through Lent at St. Anthony church in Luling and continuing every Friday of Lent. The meal will include fried catfish served with French fries, hush puppies, vegetables and French bread for $8 or seafood Gumbo served with potato salad and French bread for $10 each meal. Meals are available for eat in or take out. Proceeds benefit the Knights of Columbus youth programs.Read More...
March 10 at 2:09 pm

Teacher praises United Way program for saving her life

As one of the first people who has participated in the United Way of St. Charles' Get Fit United program, Mary Popp is convinced it saved her life.Read More...
March 10 at 9:00 am

March 2017: The Flood of ‘73

Past Times by Terry Jones
March 10 at 8:00 am

January Golden Gators named at Lakewood

Lakewood Elementary School named its Golden Gators for January. Students are pictured from left top row: Aaron Zhang, Alivia Downs, Jillian Michel, Adeline Bertrand, Noah Tardiff, Aidan Ritter, Reagan Miller and Ethan Whipple. Read More...
March 10 at 8:00 am

Luling Elementary’s Loving Angels

Volunteers from New Life Community Church are sharing love through service at Luling Elementary School. Each Wednesday, kindergarten classes at LES welcome two volunteers to assist with extra practice on skills in reading and writing.Read More...
March 10 at 8:00 am

Humane Society Pet of the Week: Thomas

This week’s St. Charles Humane Society’s showcase pet is Thomas.Read More...
March 10 at 8:00 am

Fisher-Perrier named Police Jury board member

St. Charles Parish Councilwoman Julia Fisher-Perrier has been elected as an at-large executive board member of the Policy Jury Association of Louisiana.Read More...
March 10 at 8:00 am

St. Anthony priest finds spiritual home

Coming to Luling’s St. Anthony of Padua was a comfortable fit for Father Anthony Odiong, who found the deeply Catholic faith of a people like his own in Calabar, Nigeria.Read More...
March 10 at 8:00 am

Destrehan coach leaves a legacy

When Destrehan head coach Angi Butler walked off the court of Southeastern's University Center Saturday, she did so riding a 35-game winning streak as a head coach and at least for the time-being, it looks like it could be a while before somebody has a chance to snap it. Read More...
March 10 at 8:00 am

Wildcats' seniors find a perfect ending

Members of the Destrehan Lady Cats’ senior class sat, almost starry-eyed, reflecting on what they’d just accomplished. Read More...
March 10 at 8:00 am

Destrehan's Ursin proves to be rare kind of prep superstar

As her team was tied with Barbe in the fourth quarter of the Class 5A state championship game, Destrehan coach Angi Butler turned to an assistant coach and asked if she should be more worried than she was. Read More...
March 10 at 8:00 am

The Basketry donating bracelets to battered women

With the goal of donating more than 200 Pandora bracelets to battered women in St. Charles Parish, Kristi Brocato, owner of The Basketry, said her effort is all about “Sisters Helping Sisters” Read More...
March 10 at 7:00 am

New committee aimed at cutting flood rates in parish

A Flood Aware committee has been named that St. Charles Parish officials expect to help lower residents’ flood insurance rates.Read More...
March 10 at 7:00 am

Public input sought for bike-pedestrian plan

St. Charles Parish residents will have the opportunity to help identify areas for safe pedestrian and bicycle access to highways in the parish.Read More...
March 10 at 7:00 am

Luling musical prodigy hits the stage

Kevin Gullage sat at his piano, putting his considerable musical talents on full display. Read More...
March 10 at 6:00 am

Stolen batteries held up school bus routes

When drivers returned to their buses last Thursday (March 2) after a three-day Mardi Gras holiday, they discovered the vehicles wouldn’t start.Read More...
March 10 at 5:00 am

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Hahnville native fights to win cancer battle
Hahnville native fights to win cancer battle
Calling herself “a bald-headed fighting ninja,” Hahnville native Meghan Schexnayder is far from kidding when she’s fighting her third round of cancer.