Boudreaux and Thibodaux were fishing at the end of a bayou. They had put up a sign that read, “The end is near. Turn yourself around.” After a while, a car came speeding along. The people in the car read the sign and shouted at Boudreaux and Thibodaux, “You bunch of religious nuts, go somewhere else with your stupid religion.” […]
Greg Williams was ready to help the victims of Hurricane Michael, but he didn’t expect to be overwhelmed by the devastation still in Panama City Beach nearly a month after the storm slammed into the Florida Panhandle. […]
A St. Rose engineering group has won a $17 million contract to remove the same temporary structures it installed to help provide 100-year flood protection until permanent ones could be built after Hurricane Katrina deluged Louisiana. […]
Arrests Tanya Stevens, 47, of 242 Mockingbird Lane in St. Rose, was arrested Nov. 19 and charged with aggravated assault- child endangerment. Todd Hales, 50, of 103 Timbermill Loop in Garyville, was arrested Nov. 19 […]
Paying off a major debt produces a sense of relief. You can celebrate a financial milestone; you can “pay yourself first” to greater degree and direct more money toward your dreams and your financial future rather than your creditors. […]
Made at Edible Enterprises food incubator.
Natasha Raymond Jones vividly remembers Southern Fixings Pralines’ first $50 order, a memory she fondly recalls as her business is expected to exceed $50,000 this year. […]
Santa’s coming and in Norco it’s really exciting because it’s on a helicopter.
Bedazzled in bright red and a flowing white beard, he knows the ride because he’s made this special trip to the levee at least since 2001. […]