2018 AHMS HOMECOMING QUEEN Synterrica Doughty stands with Amite High Magnet School Principal Torrence Joseph and after being crowned the 2018 AHMS Homecoming Queen last Friday, September 28
Amite native Baylor Blanchard has placed himself on the forefront of medical technology with his development of Nausea NO More and Bug Get Gone patches.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 2018 SHATA HOMECOMING KING AND QUEEN.
The St. Helena Hawks continued their winning ways with a 48-0 rout of the Pope John Paul II Jaguars last Friday night in Slidell.
The ladies of the Halimah Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution held their September meeting at Mike’s Catfish. A great meal and fellowship was held by all.
Amite’s native son, Samuel “Brother” Hyde, was the featured speaker at the September meeting of the Amite chamber.
The St. Helena Hawks extended their winning streak to four games with a 36-14 win over the Pine Raiders to kick off district play Friday night.
LORANGER MIDDLE SCHOOL HOMECOMING QUEEN.
IMPROVEMENTS AT NORTH PARK. Amite Mayor Buddy Bel and members of the council show off the newly resurfaced track at North Park.
For the parishes of Tangipahoa and St. Helena, September 11 is a day that will never be forgotten.
The Sumner Cowboys were able to hold off the East Feliciana Tigers en route to a 27-24 win Friday at home.
Sumner (3-2) looked to rebound after a 52-20 loss to the South Pike Eagles.
By JORDAN ARCENEAUX
A Son-shine and roses Happy Birthday to Tommy Furr of Baton Rouge - October 1; Bryan Anthony of Loranger and Kim Hebert of Greenwell Springs - October 2; Harrell Griffin of Amite - October 3; Ruth
By Fran Snoddy
Jake Messina’s touchdown pass on fourth down followed by a successful extra point gave the Loranger Wolves a thrilling 20-19 win over the Salmen Spartans Friday night.
Loranger’s tough schedule has not done the team any favors so far.
The #1 ranked Kentwood Kangaroos looked as if they were on their way to another blowout win. But a late rally by Franklin Parish put the Roos in an unfamiliar place.
By DEKE BELLAVIA
The Loranger Wolves drew first blood Friday, but from that point, the Wolves were outscored 54-13 on the way to a 54-20 loss to the Ponchatoula Green Wave at home.
The Sumner Cowboys are 2-1 after three games of the 2018 high school football season. Now that is not that big of a deal in most circles, but it is a sign of significant progress in Tangipahoa.
It was a game that featured longtime rivals in a historic venue last Friday night as a pair of unbeaten teams squared off.
The class of 2020 at Jewel Sumner High School recently received their class rings during the annual ring ceremony held Tuesday, September 25.
By MARGARET ANDREWS
2018 Independence High Magnet School Homecoming Court. Seated from left: Taylor Cardaronella, Senior; Nivea Briggs, Senior; Krista Thibodeaux, Senior; Bailey Singleton, Senior.
Oak Forest Academy’s undefeated streak to start the season ended Friday with a 26-20 loss in overtime to the Adams County Christian Rebels in Natchez, Ms.
By Jordan Arceneaux
CLASS REUNION- The 1964 class of Amite High School celebrated their class reunion on August 11. Classmates joined for a time of reminiscing and catching up on the last years.
The Alumni Association is hosting its first Kentwood Magnet High School Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony on October 20, at the Kentwood High School Gym.
Kathy Duke, Humana Representative discusses insurance options with local resident Willie May Lee at the Third Thursday Luncheon hosted by the St. Helena Council on Aging.