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St. Charles Parish remembering Katrina St. Charles Parish remembering Katrina
Yesterday at 3:17 pm
The thing I remember most about enduring the Katrina experience was the realization that this was probably the ‘Big One’ disaster planners had been predicting.

St. Charles Parish remembering Katrina St. Charles Parish remembering Katrina
Yesterday at 3:15 pm
I got a phone call from a friend who worked at a contractor that was doing clean up at the Murphy oil spill in St. Bernard Parish after Katrina.

St. Charles Parish remembering Katrina St. Charles Parish remembering Katrina
Yesterday at 3:12 pm
I had started my senior year at Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond just weeks prior to Aug. 29, 2005. I would spend my weekends at home in Hahnville.

St. Charles Parish remembering Katrina St. Charles Parish remembering Katrina
Yesterday at 3:03 pm
I was living in Metairie and starting my first full year teaching at Destrehan High School (DHS). I barely knew anyone and was in the process of trying to find a new apartment because I had to move out of my old one by the end of September.

St. Charles Borromeo Men’s Club will hold silent auction Aug. 30, also raffle on Chef Blaine Guillot meal for 10
Yesterday at 1:20 pm
The St. Charles Borromeo Men’s Club is inviting the community to their fundraiser Silent Auction on Sunday, Aug. 30 in the school gym.

From left are Lecy Cazalot, Butterfy Queen; Rachel Marino, Teen Queen; Savannah Loupe, Miss Queen; Monae Gordon, Junior Queen, and Renee Buchanon, Ms. Queen. Festival of Charities crowns 2015-16 royalty to help charitable causes
Yesterday at 11:14 am
Festival of Charities crowned new royalty on Aug. 9 in Destrehan at the American Legion Home.

St. Charles Parish receives Distinguished Budget Presentation award
August 21 at 2:56 pm
The Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) awarded its Distinguished Budget Presentation Award to St. Charles Parish government for its budget.

All-Stars win USSSA Memorial All-Stars win USSSA Memorial
August 21 at 2:44 pm
The St. Charles Parish All-Star 7-year-old boys baseball team finished their season with a tournament win at the USSSA Dennis Estay Memorial Tournament.

Paul Aucoin, executive director, Port of South Louisiana; Geoff Green, senior legislative aide for Congressman Steve Scalise; Chassity McComack, executive director, River Region Chamber of Commerce; Jordan Tremblay, public affairs manager, Dow Chemical Co.; and, Brant DeLaune, Dow Chemical Co. Chamber hosts congressional ‘drive-in’ visit in River Region
August 21 at 1:53 pm
The River Region Chamber of Commerce, with presenting sponsor Dow Chemical Co., hosted a congressional drive-in visit on Aug. 11 at the Port of South Louisiana Guest House.

The 10U LA Hurricanes brought home some championship hardware from Florida. ‘Canes take home trophy at USSSA World Series
August 21 at 12:42 pm
The 10U LA Hurricanes softball team, based out of St. Charles Parish, recently traveled to Orlando, Fla. to play in the 10U USSSA World Series at the ESPN Wide World of Sports.

Boutte cadet among Youth Challenge grads Boutte cadet among Youth Challenge grads
August 14 at 2:19 pm
Tyler Dufrene of Boutte was among the Louisiana National Guard Youth Challenge Program 219 cadets graduates at a ceremony held at the Shreveport Municipal Auditorium in Shreveport, La., July 25.

Dance students at the new River Region Ballet dance studio. River Region Ballet’s new dance studio open in parish
August 14 at 2:16 pm
The River Region Ballet, which has been the premiere producer of ballet and drama performances throughout the River Parishes, will now provide weekly dance classes for the St. Charles Parish area.

Ravenel Mixon named director of Sheriff’s 911 center Ravenel Mixon named director of Sheriff’s 911 center
August 07 at 1:09 pm
St. Charles Parish Sheriff Greg Champagne has appointed Ravenel Mixon as director of the St. Charles Parish 911 Communications Center.

Last Island’s last days
August 07 at 12:28 pm
Past Times by Terry Jones

August can be cruel. In modern times, it has spawned hurricanes Camille, Andrew, and Katrina that devastated Louisiana and killed hundreds of people. An equally destructive, but lesser known storm, was the 1856 hurricane that destroyed Last Island.

Pets of the Month: Cats Pets of the Month: Cats
August 07 at 12:04 am
The St. Charles Humane Society is offering a special discount through Aug. 24 where all cats can be adopted for $30.

Ready Set Robots at St. Charles Parish Library Ready Set Robots at St. Charles Parish Library
July 31 at 3:00 pm
The St. Charles Parish Library held a series of robotics mini camps as part of its summer reading program.

Pet of the Week Pet of the Week
July 31 at 11:58 am
The St. Charles Humane Society is offering a special discount through Aug. 24 where all cats can be adopted for $30.

Pets of the Week: Caleb and Will Pets of the Week: Caleb and Will
July 24 at 1:15 pm
This week’s St. Charles Humane Society’s showcase pets are Caleb and Will.

Kevel Byrd is Luling Elementary’s 2014 Regional Student of the Year, also a District Student winner in St. Charles Parish Kevel Byrd is Luling Elementary’s 2014 Regional Student of the Year, also a District Student winner in St. Charles Parish
July 24 at 12:11 pm
Kevell Byrd of Luling is Luling Elementary School’s 2014 Regional Student of the Year while she’s also still holding the title as a District Student in St. Charles Parish.

La.’s long relationship with the alligator
July 24 at 11:17 am
Louisiana has long captured America’s imagination with its beautiful bayous, delicious cuisine and abundant wildlife.

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Suspect in St. Charles Parish deputy shooting pleads not guilty by insanity
Suspect in St. Charles Parish deputy shooting pleads not guilty by insanity
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John Paul Devillier, who initially plead innocent, has changed his plea to not guilty by reason of insanity in the April 16 shooting of St. Charles Parish deputy Cpl. Burt Hazeltine.