The St. James Parish Council voted unanimously last week to cancel a special flood protection and drainage tax election.
By Pam Folse
Town of Gramercy resident Charles Hymel once again appealed to the Gramercy Board of Aldermen and the Mayor for their intervention in traffic along East 10th Street near Taylor’s Truck Stop.
By Pam Folse
The Parkview Baptist Eagles beat the Lutcher Bulldogs 36-27 last Friday to open up District 6-4A play, but one could strongly argue that the Bulldogs beat themselves.
By David Reynaud
Calling all golfers who are from or currently live in St. James Parish.
Kaleb Brown & Cam Amato Named
The Lutcher Lady Bulldog Volleyball team suffered a pair of District 6-III losses to Madison Prep and to league leader St. Michael last week.
By Jim Henderson Sportswriter
I met my friend Molly for dinner at her home in New Orleans. From there we were to join friends to celebrate the one-year anniversary of their ice cream shop in the French Quarter.
By Ronny Michel
A Political War in America
By Harold Keller
At St. Joan of Arc Catholic School, the theme of this school year is “Be Kind to One Another”.
The River Region Arts & Humanities Council or “RRAHC”, representing St. Charles Parish, St. John the Baptist Parish and St.
National Night Out Against Crime Kick-Off Party is October 14, 2018.
Conrad J. Ourso passed away on Tuesday, October 2, 2018 at the age of 84. Beloved husband of Carolyn Millet Ourso. Father of Carey, fiancé Suzette Slocum, and Craig, wife Missie Monica.
We are sending a dove to Heaven, marked special delivery on its wings. Be careful when you open it, It’s full of lovely things. Inside are a million kisses, Wrapped up in bundles of hugs.
Loving and Missing You! Children, Grandchildren & Great-Grandchildren
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