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 […]
Prosthetic, fin have given her new lease on life People ask Juanita Partain if she gets depressed after the amputation of her right leg two years ago, but the 57-year-old U.S. Army veteran and Des […]
Randy “Peg” Vernor (left) with Lawrence Olinde, holding a big catfish caught in Lake Cataouatche in appreciation of Veteran’s Day. Olinde, 80, is a former Korean War veteran.
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 […]
But is denied Purple Heart despite injuries, bravery Lester Trauth Sr. spent his 19th birthday overseas in England, fighting to save the world. A Des Allemands native who now resides in Texas, Trauth is one […]
Pelicans basketball: It’s a roller coaster of emotion. The news last week that both DeMarcus Cousins and Rajon Rondo had bolted in free agency for one year deals with the Golden State Warriors and Los […]
For St. Charles Parish, the Wall of Faces represents five Vietnam veterans who made the ultimate sacrifice for their country and the people who helped put a face to the conflict that claimed their lives. […]
By Jeremy Alford, Sarah Gamard & Mitch Rabalais LaPolitics.com With the 2019 election cycle approaching, special interests and party operatives that traditionally play in legislative contests are more confident than ever that bis changes are […]