Stafford Jackson’s 22 years of service in the United States Army garnered him many medals and awards, the highest of which being The Silver Star for his actions in the Vietnam War. […]
She was born in the year women gained the right to vote and in the decade of the Great Depression. She has witnessed the terms of 18 U.S. Presidents, and in the first decade of her life the television was invented. […]
Faith was what guided Al Cutno through his darkest time.
The LaPlace man faced death while serving his country Vietnam as a member of the U.S. Army’s Green Beret Special Forces, spending a tour there each year spanning from 1963 to 1968. Thousands of American troops were killed in the conflict. […]
Arthur “Mutsy” Elmore Gassen, Jr. a 95-year-old native and resident of Luling, LA passed away on Monday, June 24, 2019 surrounded by his devoted family. Arthur, a true gentleman and family man, is survived by […]
Many in St. Charles Parish were hit hard by the news that John Collins of Luling had been seriously injured in an accident on Highway 90 last Friday, when his bicycle and a vehicle collided in front of Winn Dixie in Luling. […]
Luling’s William Canada, a U.S. Army veteran who fired 40 rounds into the parents’ house of his estranged wife, pleaded guilty to attempted manslaughter and attempted aggravated arson in return for a plea deal that took 10 years off his sentence. […]
As a 1986 graduate of Hahnville High School, Cedric “Ceasar” Thomas knew he was enlisting in the U.S. Army, married his high school sweetheart and then served in tours of duty that took him to the Middle East. […]