Saturday, October 14, the residents of St. Helena Parish will head to the polls for a somewhat slim ballot. The polls open at 7 a.m. and close at 8 p.m.
HOMECOMING. This group excitedly awaits homecoming festivities. Kneeling, from left, Mr. Senior Jermil Myles, Mr. St. Helena College and Career Academy Damien Henry and Mr.
DAR MEETING- The Halimah Chapter NSDAR held its September meeting on Saturday, September 23, 2017, at Mike’s Catfish Inn.
2017 KENTWOOD KANGAROO HOMECOMING - The Kentwood High Magnet School homecoming court, back row from left are: Aaliyah Martin, Ja’Keria Bullock, Ly’Neisha Cooper, Mackenzie Hebert, Shelby Alexander,
The project to build a new library in Kentwood has been a long time in the making. The library system has $1.1 million dedicated to the project and needs another $1.1 million.
AMITE HIGH MAGNET SCHOOL 2017 HOMECOMING COURT- Front row from left: Senior Maids Ania Johnson, Victoria Muse, Mattie Dunham, Skyla Richardson.
SURPRISE- Amite native Baylee Smith reacted with shock and happy tears when 2017 Tangipahoa Parish Fair Queen Heidi Carrier placed the crown on her head during the annual pageant on Sunday, October
HAMMOND, LA - (October 3, 2017) - Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff Daniel Edwards reports the following:
The Tangipahoa Parish Fair officially starts today, with the opening ceremony scheduled for this evening at 5 p.m.
TEACHERS TOUCH LIVES - Recently, three local educators were honored to be a part of a celebration honoring the success of one of their former students.
The St. Helena Hawks (4-1, 4-0) made a strong statement against the St. Thomas Aquinas (2-4, 1-3) Falcons, shutting them out 34-0.
By MATTHEW ROY
Sumner Middle School 8th grade cheerleaders showed off their best “Pink Out” during their final game as middle school cheerleaders.
OUTSTANDING PLAYERS OF THE WEEK - Kentwood High Kangaroos #50 Bryce Cooper, #51 Justice Ulschak, and #1 Aldric Lott were presented with a football from Farm Bureau after being selected as the Playe
After starting their season 1-4, the Loranger Wolves bounced back with a 41-0 victory over the Port Allen Pelicans on Thursday, October 5.
By MATTHEW ROY
Oak Forest Academy football (5-2, 0-2) experienced their first home loss at the hands of Jackson Prep (8-0, 3-0) last Friday with a final score of 57-7.
By JESSE BROOKS
On September 9, in Springfield, Missouri, DWT Bayou Belle C8 won the National Female Grand Champion of the Red Devon breed of cattle.
By CAROL BROOKE
The Amite Kiwanis Club welcomed special guest Kiwanis Lieutenant Governor Tom Scheib to their regularly scheduled meeting on Thursday, October 5.
Sixty-three events and over 5,000 miles traveled later, I stand before an audience as the Tangipahoa Parish Fair Queen for the last time.
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