|Humane Society Pet of the Week: Henry
June 12 at 9:15 am
This week’s St. Charles Humane Society’s showcase pet is Henry the dog.
|“The Alphabet House” reviewed by Lauren Beadle
June 12 at 9:13 am
The Alphabet House, a historical fiction novel written by Jussi Adler-Olsen, follows the adventures of two British pilots that were sent to capture photographs of Dresden, Germany.
|AFSP providing school uniforms to those in need
June 12 at 9:12 am
Assistance For Single Parents (AFSP) is conducting a uniform drive for its “Help A Child ... Assist A Single Parent Back to School Uniform Giveaway.”
|‘Once Upon A Mattress’ will be held at HHS June 11-14
June 12 at 9:06 am
When Sara Tweedy plays the loud, aggressive, conniving ruler Queen Aggravain in the play, “Once Upon A Mattress,” she’s okay because Carol Burnett played the role in the movie version – and she’s a huge Burnett fan.
|Mild-mannered grandmother teaches self-defense as 6th-degree black belt
June 12 at 9:00 am
Donna Bergeron is a mild-mannered, petite, 66-year-old grandmother and retiree from the phone company during day, but she is also a sixth-degree black belt who teaches taekwondo by night.
|Mimosa Dolphins dominate Bellemeade
June 12 at 8:58 am
The Mimosa Dolphins dominated Bellemeade in their first swim meet of the season, winning 588 to 241.
June 05 at 1:51 pm
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|HHS cheerleaders held Zumbathon to benefit St. Jude
June 05 at 1:42 pm
The Hahnville High School Cheerleaders recently held a Zumbathon with a portion of the proceeds benefiting St. Jude.
|Destrehan senior wins Academic Athlete Award
June 05 at 1:15 pm
Neel Reddy of Destrehan was among five seniors recognized with an Academic Athlete Award at the annual Athletics Banquet held May 15 in the gym at the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts.
|“Mockingjay” Reviewed by Carissa Lavin
June 05 at 12:50 pm
In Mockingjay, the final novel of the Hunger Games trilogy, the protagonist Katniss Everdeen continues to lead the thirteen districts in a rebellion against the overbearing, restrictive, and controlling Capitol. This book brings past conflicts to a conclusion that is delivered in an exciting, unexpected manner.
|Merrill Zeringue sees the beauty in art & people
June 05 at 12:34 pm
Art is almost like meditation to Merrill Zeringue.
|Speckled trout looking great
June 05 at 12:14 pm
The summer of 2015 will go down as the best speckled trout fishing in the past 20 years.
|Former Hahnville High pitcher is still throwing winners
June 05 at 11:56 am
Many successful high school athletes may still have no choice but to hang up their spikes when they graduate, but that is not Brooks Vial's story.
|The Otto Candies tune up for summer
June 05 at 11:23 am
The Hahnville- based Otto Candies opened up their first home game of the 2015 American Legion season with a 5-2 win over the Holy Cross – Ponsteins in Hahnville Monday evening.
|Ed Reed’s Camp Returns
June 05 at 11:15 am
The Ed Reed Football Camp is coming back to Destrehan on Wednesday, June 10, and Thursday ,June 11.
The camp will be supervised by Reed, along with Destrehan High School head football coach Stephen Robicheaux and staff.
|Auto burglaries remain on rise in SCP, Sheriff advises to ‘lock it up’
June 05 at 11:12 am
With auto burglaries on the rise in St. Charles Parish, Sheriff Greg Champagne is advising residents to be alert and lock the doors.
|St. Charles Parish Council approves agreement for Ed Reed playground in St. Rose
June 05 at 11:02 am
It took some negotiating, but the St. Charles Parish Council came to a much welcomed agreement with the Elkinsville Cemetery Association and Ed Reed Foundation that will create a long desired playground.
|Cost of consulting contracts questioned - again in Louisiana
June 05 at 10:23 am
A version of a bill to reduce the state’s consulting contracts that was unanimously passed by both chambers of the Legislature last year before being vetoed by Gov. Bobby Jindal appears to be heading back to his desk.
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• “Impasse” reviewed by Kirolos Abdelmalek
• Harry Hurst students receive Duke U’s Talent Identification Program Award
• FBC’s Bible school takes kids on ‘Journey Off the Map’
• St. John Theatre will perform ‘Annie Get Your Gun’
• Hahnville High School teacher retires after 42-1/2 years as an educator
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• Former DHS, LSU ace still chasing the dream
• Star Tulane quarterback takes reins of HHS offense
• HHS basketball camp gets underway June 23
• Destrehan finds success after leaving American Legion behind
• HHS student wins four gold medals in Special Olympics
Des Allemands mother wants answers to daughter’s murder - 3810 views
When friends reported that a burning vehicle found in New Orleans East looked like her daughter’s car, Jolene Dufrene said, “I knew in my heart that was it.”
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