By Amber Prattini
The fourth grade students from Jamila Hopkins’ class at Belle Chasse Elementary School received a special delivery and visit last Tuesday.
By Jason Browne
By Jason Browne
Empire native and artist Keith Duncan has a series of 12 original works titled “Black Plight” (the years from the Slavery Era to the Black Establishment Era) on exhibition from January 1 through Fe
Historical St. John Missionary Baptist Church in the middle of downtown Phoenix celebrated their church 144th year anniversary on Sunday, January 28, 2018.
Belle Chasse Rotary Club President Bill Bubrig gladly accepts check from Orange Festival President and Rotarian Kim Turlich-Vaughan for the Rotary’s share of the joint venture Orange Festival Golf
Resting in the hands of our local community members is the future of our valuable natural resources and the decisions that are made to conserve, enhance and sustain the integrity of soil, water and
Concrete for half of the first floor of the new Plaquemines Parish Courthouse in Pointe a la Hache was poured last week.
Retired Chief River Pilot Captain Mark Delesdenier Jr., who was born and raised in Pilottown, will be the speaker at the Plaquemines Historical Association on Tuesday, February 6 at 6:30 p.m.
The Preceptor Alpha Beta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi International Sorority’s Christmas Dinner, was held at “Woodland Plantation” on Sunday, December 10.
Marsha Chism Riviere is a Graduate from Port Sulphur High School. While going to school, she was a part time worker at the Port Sulphur Post Office and the La. State Drivers License Office.
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