Seeking his second term as parish president, Larry Cochran says he’s the only candidate with the executive leadership experience to manage St. Charles Parish’s $160 million budget and nearly 500 employees. […]
When the Archbishop ordained me a priest in December 1963, I was still in the seminary. During the spring semester of 1964, six of us newly ordained went to six different Catholic churches in the Archdiocese of New Orleans on a rotating basic for weekend pastoral experience. […]
Arrests Michelle Dukes, 36, of 615 Paul Fredrick St. in Boutte, was arrested Sept. 5 and charged with leased movable, obtain by false representative and failure to return or surrender. Brian Cage, 51, 1230 Hudson […]
How did a spirited Democratic congressman from such a far-flung, uniquely Louisiana locale as Plain Dealing become a singular source of light for a broken Republican president who was anything but plain in the way he dealt with one of the most scandalous periods in American history? […]
It wasn’t the smoothest of rides for Destrehan Friday night, literally nor figuratively.
The Wildcats’ travel plans to head to Walker were detoured by a major fire that caused delay and re-routing on Interstate 12. And once Destrehan arrived, Walker emptied its bag of tricks and then some to give their top-10 ranked foe all it could handle for three quarters of play. […]
2-0. That sounds like sweet music to Nick Saltaformaggio’s ears. Friday night’s 34-13 win at Mandeville marks the first time in Saltaformaggio’s tenure with the Tigers that his team has started 2-0, his teams known […]