After the Norco Civic Association publically raised safety concerns over a pile of crossties left on city railroad tracks — worries heightened after someone allegedly attempted to set fire to the pile earlier this year — the issue has been addressed and the track is now clear. […]
Della R. Guilliot, a resident of Larose, native of Des Allemands passed away at the age of 62 on May 23, 2020. Visitation will be held at Larose Baptist Church on Thursday, May 28th from […]
Terry Joseph Dufrene, Jr., 64, died Sunday, May 17th, 2020 at 6:05 AM. Born, January 25, 1956 he was a native and resident of Des Allemands, LA. Public service will be held at a later […]
Kerri Smith jumped on one of her student’s trampolines, Bridgette Oubre and one of her students participated in a water balloon fight, Kami Dufour visited Grand Isle with a student and Gina Burst baked lemon poppy seed muffins with one of her students. […]
Lou Valdin is no stranger to playing through pain.
And though the former longtime Hahnville head football coach channeled that experience into a different area this time around, in many ways he’s never been happier to do it. […]
At 44 years old and with no pre-existing medical conditions, Rosario “Boogie” Termine didn’t seem a likely candidate to catch coronavirus. Likely or not, he now says he feels lucky to be alive after spending over one month in the hospital – including 13 days on a ventilator. […]
Hahnville High School has chosen the successor to former head football coach Nick Saltaformaggio, as multiple sources confirm Tigers’ offensive coordinator Daniel Luquet will be the next man to lead the program. […]