The Louisiana Sheriffs’ Scholarship Program will award scholarships providing assistance to worthy Louisiana students in furthering their education and training with resources made available throug
The staff of Restoration House is glad to serve the women of Tangipahoa and surrounding areas. From left: Kattie Bennett, Kristi Behrens, Kim Gatlin, Angela Whalin and Director Beth Davis.
Tangipahoa Parish voters will go to the polls on Saturday, March 24 to make an important decision for the Tangipahoa Parish Library.
Self-defense training is an important element of crime prevention, particularly for women and adolescent girls.
The cases of Devion Hookfin and Anthony Holden were continued for pretrial motion hearings, with the next date set for April 23, at 1 p.m., according to a 21st Judicial District Attorney’s Office s
March is finally here and with it comes the annual Amite Oyster Festival. There will be plenty of opportunities for residents to go out and enjoy rides, food, music and games.
Kentwood High Magnet School teacher Aaron Sutton began with a vision: using public debate as a tool to help his English II class develop communication, research and critical thinking skills that we
The Loranger Lady Wolves and the Madison Prep Lady Chargers opened the 2017-2018 basketball season together with the Lady Chargers taking the win 50-49.
MEETING ON THE MOUND.
Kentwood High Basketball player Ty’Keria Brumfield was recognized for her achievements during senior night, held at Kentwood High Magnet School on Friday, February 9.
WELCOME TO THE CLUB - Oceans Behavioral Hospital Director Fritz Nelson recently became the newest member of the Kentwood Rotary Club.
Loranger High School Wolves Football players Tanner Armstrong and Luke Colona sign their letters of intent to continue their education and play college football.
SYDNEY RIVERS AND PAST LORANGER LADY WOLVES HONORED. Loranger Senior Sydney Rivers was honored for scoring her 1,000 career point on February 6 at Senior Night.
In the wake of the rash of school shootings this year, Ponchatoula Police Chief Bry Layrisson wants parents to know police are proactively working to protect students.
By MARGARET ANDREWS
“Eye exams are so important.” states Dr. Catherine Colemon. Colemon was the guest speaker at a recent meeting of the Amite Rotary Club. She works for Dr.
By CAROL BROOKE
The 10th Annual Independence Sicilian Heritage Festival will be held in downtown Independence on March 9 through March 11.
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