|Humane Society showcase adoption pet “Linus”
Yesterday at 10:00 am
This week’s Humane Society showcase pet is Linus.
|Book review: “Inherit the Wind”
Yesterday at 9:59 am
Inherit the Wind is a play about a courtroom drama that takes place in 1925. The main characters include a science teacher, Cates, two attorneys, and a pastor.
|Orphaned as a teenager, WWII vet made his own way in life
Yesterday at 9:49 am
Wallace Johnston, 91, is truly a child of a different era. He was orphaned at only 13 years old, dropped out of high school, participated in a work camp and joined the Air Force during World War II – all before the age of 20.
|Book review: “The Pursuit of Mary Bennet”
July 07 at 12:02 pm
The Pursuit of Mary Bennet, written by Pamela Mingle, tells the story of Mary Bennet, the middle sister in Jane Austen’s famous Bennet family in Pride and Prejudice.
|Humane Society showcase adoption pet “Alice”
July 07 at 12:01 pm
This week’s Humane Society showcase pet is Alice.
|Science fair winner
July 07 at 12:01 pm
Alexis Froeba, an eighth grade student at R.K. Smith Middle School in Luling, won 4th place at the state Science Fair for her project, Jacob’s Ladder.
|Auxillary scholarship winner
July 07 at 12:00 pm
The River Parishes Hospital Auxiliary recently awarded a scholarship to Kenyetta Smith, a student at Hahnville High School, in the amount of $1,000.
|Catfish Festival Pageant winners
July 07 at 11:59 am
The Louisiana Catfish Festival recently held their annual Catfish Queen and Baby & Youth Beauty Pageant.
|Local man earns master’s degree from Harvard
July 07 at 11:58 am
Michael Dwight Sanders Jr., a 2004 graduate of Destrehan High School, earned his master’s degree in government from Harvard University on Thursday, May 29.
|HHS alum graduates from basic training
July 07 at 11:56 am
Air National Guard Airman 1st Class Jordan D. Hernandez graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.
|River Region Chamber celebrates 10 years
July 07 at 11:54 am
The River Region Chamber of Commerce (RRCC) celebrated 10 years of service to the St. John, St. James and St. Charles Parish businesses Friday, June 20 at the Cypress Lakes Country Club in Destrehan.
|Go nutty for seeds harvested in Des Allemands swamp
July 04 at 8:00 am
Those fields of lily pads are more than just fish magnets — they’re a source of some of great food. Here’s how one Des Allemands resident takes advantage of the bounty.
|Showcase adoption pet “Amelia”
June 27 at 9:40 am
This week’s Humane Society showcase pet is Amelia.
|St. Charles Parish Hospital hosts school-to-career internships
June 27 at 9:38 am
Three teacher interns recently went through the school-to-career program at St. Charles Parish Hospital.
|Knights of Columbus donate 1,052 pounds of food to local food pantries
June 27 at 9:35 am
In a mid-year food drive, the Knights of Columbus 9933 of Holy Family Catholic Church were able to solicit 590 pounds of donated non-perishable foods for the Social Concerns Food Pantry and donated an additional 462 pounds to the Second Harvest Food Bank.
|Looking Back...The George Prince ferry
June 27 at 9:31 am
I was looking through my father’s old 35mm slides and found this rare photo taken around 1965.
|United Way scholarships
June 20 at 5:38 pm
United Way of St. Charles recently awarded LIVE UNITED scholarships to eight St. Charles Parish graduating high school seniors.
|Student graduates from Latter-Day Saint seminary
June 20 at 5:36 pm
Destrehan High School graduate Isaiah Harding accepted his graduation certificate May 25 for completing four years of early-morning scripture study classes from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints seminary program.
Inherit the Wind is a play about a courtroom drama that takes place in 1925. The...
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St. Rose trapper has gained fame by clearing out parish’s hogs - 1113 views
Not too many animal trappers can boast the resume of St. Rose’s John Schmidt, who not only cleared out thousands of animals to improve the safety of the Louis Armstrong International Airport, but also helped clear out the hog population in St. Charles Parish.
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