Hahnville is headed to the big dance.
The Tigers officially qualified for the Top 28 boys basketball championship tournament after upsetting No. 2 seed Ouachita Parish on Saturday night to advance to the state semifinals, 70-67. […]
Though Arrianna Smith guided Hahnville to its best season in more than a decade, this week the Hahnville head coach was still shaking off the effects of her Lady Tigers’ season ending quarterfinal loss at Benton – it’s just the competitor in her, one that dates back to her playing days at Hahnville and Nicholls State. […]
In the midst of celebration, believing they’d felled a defending state champion and a recent nemesis, Hahnville’s joy turned to sorrow when a late, controversial penalty flag negated a game-winning field goal in the second round of the football playoffs at Zachary. It ultimately resulted in a missed re-kick and a sudden end to a Tigers season that inspired very high hopes. […]
DESTREHAN – Talented. Easy going. Open minded.
According to his family and friends, those are just some of the words that make Jace Martin special. The St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office has once again requested assistance from the public to change another word that can describe him – missing. […]
For the second consecutive year, the St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office announced a drop in the rate of crimes reported in the parish, setting a new low mark for the 24 years of Greg Champagne’s tenure as sheriff. […]
The Smoke and Oaks BBQ and Music Festival planned by Destrehan Plantation for May 29-30 has been canceled, with plantation Executive Director Tracy Smith noting that a lack of financial sponsorships, coupled with costs, made the event non-viable. […]