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Mardi Gras, Lent and then politics
February 05 at 5:44 pm
One of the highlights of the year is now upon us in southeastern Louisiana, a time to put down our cares and join in the revelry of Mardi Gras.

St. Charles Parish to be a travel center
January 29 at 2:41 pm
St. Charles Parish is on its way to a big increase in its part in offering increased and improved air service to the South Central United States of America ,which is somewhat in the center point of air travel in the Western Hemisphere.

Coastal expansion needed in Louisiana
January 22 at 2:35 pm
Disagreements between commercial fishermen and restorers of the Gulf of Mexico coast along the Louisiana shoreline continue to exist.

The Bonnet Carre’ is a needed valve
January 15 at 3:57 pm
St. Charles Parish has a distinction that no other parish or county or section of land in the country has - it contains the valve that can be opened to let the major waterway of our country empty some of its water to help save this land of ours from flooding.

Hello Edwards . . . goodbye Jindal
January 08 at 1:11 pm
As we approach the inauguration of a new governor, John Bel Edwards, for Louisiana on Jan. 11, we also near the end of Gov. Bobby Jindal’s eight year service in that position.

Tomorrow is Christmas Day ... as if you didn’t know
December 24, 2015 at 8:00 am
There is a reason why everyone knows when Christmas comes.
It is when many of the people around the world join our focus to one of loving care and benevolence in which we can all aspire to improve ourselves and others as a uniting force in making the earth a better place in which to live.

St. Charles Parish to get new government
December 11, 2015 at 10:43 am
As St. Charles Parish is getting ready to welcome its new parish president, Larry Cochran, we pause to say thanks to our outgoing president, V. J. St. Pierre, who carried the parish forward in good style during his two terms in office.

Politics should be as calm as this year’s hurricane season
December 04, 2015 at 6:21 pm
Hooray! The 2015 hurricane season is over for Louisiana this week.

We need to build a peaceful world
November 20, 2015 at 3:53 pm
One of the world’s most lovable cities, Paris, France, the city of life, took a beating last week when terrorists killed as many as 150 people in several locations including a soccer stadium and concert hall.

Is Louisiana jailing too many people?
November 06, 2015 at 11:34 am
Unfortunately, Louisiana is the leader in one unfavorable statistic concerning criminal justice.

How about Jindal for vice president?
October 16, 2015 at 7:35 am
With all of the unabated political activity going on at the present time locally and nationally, here is a suggestion that just about everybody in Louisiana would favor - let’s spread the word that our governor, Bobby Jindal, should be put on a ticket as vice presidential candidate next year.

Pope brings spirit of love to the world
October 02, 2015 at 5:36 pm
After weeks of news about how the ISIS idiots destroying people’s well-being and lives and other illiterates in the Mideast are shoving people out of their homes, it has been a pleasure this past week to read about the satisfying visit of Pope Francis to Cuba and the U. S., as well as what he had to say about the future of the world.

Gators still love St. Charles Parish
September 25, 2015 at 11:16 am
One of the most entertaining special events in St. Charles Parish throughout the years has been the annual Alligator Festival held on the last weekend of every September.
And this year’s spectacle will be this weekend (Sept. 24 - 27).

Let’s start football season over again
September 11, 2015 at 12:48 pm
Pre-season is over and everything counts now in football. And it has been a crazy beginning for one of our favorite college football sports.

Pope appeals to protect Christians
September 04, 2015 at 7:29 am
The situation has become pathetic in the mid-East at the present time with hundreds of thousands of people leaving troubled Iraq where Islamic State militants are forcing Christians out of their homes in the middle of the night.

Get ready for elections and lots of choices
August 21, 2015 at 1:42 pm
Ahead of Louisianans lie a lot of politics in selecting holders of many local and state offices during the current year and next year when the thundering herd of at least 17 Republican candidates and one or two on the Democratic side intensify the race for our next president of the United States.

Seafood production still thriving here
August 14, 2015 at 12:10 pm
Despite interference from hurricanes and oil spills in the past, Louisiana’s fisheries have produced a great deliverance of product during recent years.

Gun use is not for everybody
July 31, 2015 at 11:34 am
It’s a creepy world out there when one can’t go to a theater to see a movie without getting shot to death. And that is what happened in Lafayette last week.

Gun use is not for everybody
July 31, 2015 at 11:29 am
It’s a creepy world out there when one can’t go to a theater to see a movie without getting shot to death. And that is what happened in Lafayette last week.

Gun use is not for everybody
July 31, 2015 at 11:29 am
It’s a creepy world out there when one can’t go to a theater to see a movie without getting shot to death. And that is what happened in Lafayette last week.

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Rare genetic disorder gives Luling child chronic hunger
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Luling’s Kelly Robbins was often told her daughter, Kylar, wouldn’t be able to experience the kind of happy life any mother dreams of for her child.