Fifth-graders at Lakewood Elementary are learning about aquifers and how they produce freshwater for people. In Lydia Savoie’s class, her students are pretending to be pioneers. They are planning to relocate a town and are using what they know about plants, soil and resources to locate an aquifer that their new town will need to sustain life.
This community’s love for you is absolutely earned. It should be so for the science guy at Harry Hurst Middle School who has brought so much joy to children and adults alike in teaching us […]
Findings say it poses health risks Although a recent U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) report identifies Dow and Union Carbide as major producers of the carcinogen ethylene oxide in St. Charles Parish, the company disputes […]
A Destrehan woman was charged in federal court with wire fraud after allegedly devising a scheme to defraud her Old Jefferson-based employer out of more than $500,000. Nicole Seruntine, 35, was arrested this month after […]