Freezing northern weather has these pelicans seeking warmer weather at the diversion in Ama. By the hundreds, they flocked to the area.
In the warmer temperatures of Davis Pond in Ama, alligators are lining up taking advantage of an easy meal with fish flowing in the freshwater diversion. “When you have a water diversion and it’s in […]
There’s good news ahead for the future of the Louisiana coast from the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers that the federal agency is expediting federal permitting for work on an important restoration project in […]
There’s good news for southeast Louisiana residents today that President Trump’s administration is chopping off some three years of the permitting process for the planned Mid-Barataria Sediment Diversion Project. August 2019 has been set as […]
St. Charles Parish President Larry Cochran has officially entered a pre-trial diversion program to avoid criminal charges stemming from his Sept. 2 arrest. Jefferson Parish District Attorney Paul Connick announced Cochran had been offered the […]
The six-vehicle crash that claimed the life of Brent Petit of Luling ended a career where he represented the local United Steelworkers (USW) and headed the River Parishes Transit Authority (RPTA). Of the many tributes […]
Louisiana is still heading in the right direction in its efforts to restore and rebuild its coast, but unfortunately it is taking a while to get things moving. And by the time we get what our coast needs, it may be on its last leg of solidity. […]
St. Charles Parish officials hope Friday’s aerial tour of the area with Governor’s Executive Assistant for Coastal Activities/CPRA Chairman Johnny Bradberry will translate into needed dollars to complete hurricane protection. […]