In a week that saw breaking news concerning the CPRA’s Mid-Barataria Sediment Diversion near Myrtle Grove and the public-private partnership for DOTD’s new Belle Chasse Bridge, State Rep. Chris Leopold had the leaders of both organizations in Plaquemines Parish to answer questions directly from the public at Belle Chasse Middle School.

“Plaquemines Parish is open for business.”

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People of Compassion

Belle Chasse Rotary Club hosted Kevin Gardere, Executive Director of Development for Bridge House / GraceHouse at its’ weekly meeting. Bridge House/ Grace House provides gender specific treatment to men

Keep it 1,000

South Plaquemines senior forward Truce Williams had a big January, scoring his 1,000th point—Williams is the Hurricanes’ all-time scoring leader—and receiving a nomination to play in the 2019 McDonalds All-American

BCMS Shows the Love

Normally, people show love to one another on Valentine’s Day. At Belle Chasse Middle School, we show our love to reptiles. As a fundraiser for the Positive Behavior Intervention Support

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Community

Congratulations to Milton and Margaret Dragon Treadway who celebrated 75 years of blessed marriage on March 16, 2019.

News

In a week that saw breaking news concerning the CPRA’s Mid-Barataria Sediment Diversion near Myrtle Grove and the public-private partnership for DOTD’s new Belle Chasse Bridge, State Rep.

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