St Helena Parish - The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development announced that the Beaver Creek (LA 10) Bridge was re-opened on Friday, November 10.
Kentwood’s Mayor, Irma Gordon, recently visited Spring Creek Elementary School and met with representatives of their student council to discuss her role as the town’s highest elected official, and
The Camp Moore Historical Association announces its annual Civil War Living History Encampment and Reenactment, to be held on Saturday, November 18th and Sunday, November 19th, 2017.
A passion for working with youth has led Evelyn Showers to her most rewarding professional position yet, Principal of Spring Creek Elementary School.
After months of struggling to make progress on pressing issues, the Amite City Council was finally able to move forward during their meeting on Tuesday, November 7.
By now, most people in Amite have seen the signs in front of Cooper's Bakery. The signs inform drivers that they are only allowed to park in front of the business for two hours.
Handshakes, hugs, congratulations and a few tears marked Chief Michael Martin’s retirement from the St. Helena Parish Sheriff’s Office after 35 years.
All branches of the Tangipahoa Parish Library will be closed on Friday, November 10 in honor of Veterans Day.
AMITE -- A flag raising and official dedication of the newly named parish government complex on East Mulberry Street is scheduled for Memorial Day, May 28.
EVERYONE IS A BUD, Bud Glasgow that is! The employees of Thrift Town Pharmacy all dressed as a "Bud" to celebrate Halloween on Tuesday, October 31.
“Happy Birthday!” blessings to Gwen Griffin Durham of Independence, November 5; Ben O’Neal of Baton Rouge, November 7; and, Lacey Gregory Kraft of Flowery Branch, GA, November 12.
By Fran Snoddy
No. 17 Independence will get a chance to take on the top seeded team in LHSAA Class 2A at home this Friday after taking out No. 16 Lakeside 56-16 on the road in Sibley last week.
By JESSE BROOKS
The No. 3 Amite Warriors opened the LHSAA District 9-2A postseason with a dominant win over the No. 30 Bunkie Panthers on Friday, November 10, winning 47-3.
By MATTHEW ROY
Defense is what helped Loranger get on the board first in their 21-20 victory over Washington-Marion at home last Friday in Round One of the LHSAA Class 3A postseason.
The Kentwood Kangaroos were without junior running back Larry Carter for the second straight week, but found other ways to win in the 37-0 victory over Tensas last Friday at home.
Celeste Cade of Osyka, Mississippi and Tommy L. Hickman, Jr. of Franklinton will wed at First Baptist Church of Franklinton in a private ceremony at 3:00 p.m. on November 18, 2017.
The Kentwood Rotary Club scattered flags across the cemeteries of Kentwood for Veterans Day.
By MARGARET ANDREWS
Access to credit continues to be an urgent need for farmers across the state, especially for small and beginning farmers.
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