|Hahnville High School teacher retires after 42-1/2 years as an educator
July 02 at 4:29 pm
Not that long ago a teacher could retire not knowing if he or she had made a difference, but social media changed that for Janet Lorio and it has helped her ease into retirement knowing she’d done just that after 42-1/2 years as an educator.
|Luling Girl Scout Cadettes win Silver Award for nature trail
July 02 at 3:53 pm
Six Girl Scout Cadettes in Luling Troop 21346 created a nature trail and area for Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, church groups and anyone that wants to experience the outdoors.
|UW sends 98 kids to summer camp, awards $30K in scholarships
July 02 at 3:48 pm
United Way of St. Charles (UW) awarded $30,000 in scholarships to families participating in the St. Charles Parish Parks and Recreation Department Inclusive Summer Day Camp.
|FBC’s Bible school takes kids on ‘Journey Off the Map’
June 26 at 9:20 am
First Baptist Church in Luling recently held its annual Vacation Bible School under the direction of Rachel Mire with 180 students age K – 6th grade. Assisting Mire were about 90 workers with church youths and from area churches.
|St. John Theatre will perform ‘Annie Get Your Gun’
June 26 at 9:19 am
The St. John Theatre will celebrate its 35th summer season in the historic theater with the production of Irving Berlin’s “Annie Get Your Gun.”
|“Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” Reviewed by Michael Duvoisin
June 26 at 9:17 am
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, a fiction book, was written by J.K. Rowling. This is the final book in a seven part series, which is set in the present and takes place in the United Kingdom. However, most scenes take place at the school of Hogwarts.
|St. Charles Women's Club makes difference, donates thousands
June 26 at 9:11 am
By Kristen Higdon
Many nonprofit organizations in the community are feeling the impact of extra funds generously donated to them from the St. Charles Women’s Club.
|Harry Hurst students receive Duke U’s Talent Identification Program Award
June 19 at 10:33 am
Harry Hurst seventh-grade students Vionnye Alexander, Shelby Easley and Kaitlyn Thompson were chosen by Duke University’s Talent Identification Program and received recognition at Northwestern State University in Natchitoches.
|Humane Society Pets of the Week: Tily and Toby
June 19 at 10:32 am
This week’s St. Charles Humane Society’s showcase pets are Tiley and Toby.
|3 SCP cadets are among Youth Challenge program grads
June 19 at 10:31 am
Jared Bon of St. Rose, Kylie David of Boutte and Joseph Fowler of Des Allemands were among this year’s 250 graduates of the Louisiana National Guard Youth Challenge Program.
|“Impasse” reviewed by Kirolos Abdelmalek
June 19 at 10:30 am
Impasse is a well-written novel by Royce Scott Buckingham. This legal thriller follows Stu, a lawyer who manages to end up in modern-day Alaska on a little “trip” and overcomes the threats he finds in the wild, learns to adapt, and even manages to start something bigger of his own.
|How St. Charles Parish’s ‘Biggest Losers’ became its biggest winners
June 19 at 10:28 am
Murray Dufrene gave up Blue Bell ice cream and bread.
It was hard, but Dufrene did it.
|Destrehan student among La. School for Math, Science, and the Arts grads
June 12 at 9:16 am
Some 100 seniors comprised the 31st graduating class of the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts May 23 at Prather Coliseum on the Northwestern State University campus.
|Humane Society Pet of the Week: Henry
June 12 at 9:15 am
This week’s St. Charles Humane Society’s showcase pet is Henry the dog.
|“The Alphabet House” reviewed by Lauren Beadle
June 12 at 9:13 am
The Alphabet House, a historical fiction novel written by Jussi Adler-Olsen, follows the adventures of two British pilots that were sent to capture photographs of Dresden, Germany.
|AFSP providing school uniforms to those in need
June 12 at 9:12 am
Assistance For Single Parents (AFSP) is conducting a uniform drive for its “Help A Child ... Assist A Single Parent Back to School Uniform Giveaway.”
|‘Once Upon A Mattress’ will be held at HHS June 11-14
June 12 at 9:06 am
When Sara Tweedy plays the loud, aggressive, conniving ruler Queen Aggravain in the play, “Once Upon A Mattress,” she’s okay because Carol Burnett played the role in the movie version – and she’s a huge Burnett fan.
|HHS cheerleaders held Zumbathon to benefit St. Jude
June 05 at 1:42 pm
The Hahnville High School Cheerleaders recently held a Zumbathon with a portion of the proceeds benefiting St. Jude.
By Kristen Higdon
Many nonprofit organizations in the community are...
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, a fiction book, was written by J.K. Rowling....
• St. John Theatre will perform ‘Annie Get Your Gun’
• Luling Girl Scout Cadettes win Silver Award for nature trail
• Humane Society Pets of the Week: Tily and Toby
• UW sends 98 kids to summer camp, awards $30K in scholarships
• “Impasse” reviewed by Kirolos Abdelmalek
The Hahnville High School cheerleaders made an impressive showing when they...
By Lori Lyons
In his first season as Hahnville’s head softball...
• Former DHS, LSU ace still chasing the dream
• Star Tulane quarterback takes reins of HHS offense
• HHS basketball camp gets underway June 23
• Destrehan finds success after leaving American Legion behind
• HHS student wins four gold medals in Special Olympics
Heliport going back to court - 1189 views
Although 29th District Court Judge Timothy Marcel ruled against Tim Mayeaux’s proposed heliport on Judge Edward Dufresne Parkway, the Luling resident said he is appealing the decision.
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