Pictured is four generations of the Acy Cooper Family. Froom left: Acy Joseph Cooper III, Acy Joseph Cooper Sr., Acy Joseph Cooper IV and Acy Joseph Cooper Jr.
Kate Wendel, Mid-South Women in Tourism (MSWIT) Treasurer extended an invitation to Desiree Dubroc Miller, Lambda Theta’s Recording Secretary for her chapter and other Beta Sigma Phi chapters, to attend
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Every October, the color "pink" brings together thousands of people, all with the same goal – to wear pink, raise money and help make
Plaquemines Medical Center hosted its Healthier Community Series event on Oct. 10. This month's event was on Breast Cancer Awareness sponsored by Chevron Oronite. Thanks to the speakers and community
The residents of Myrtle Grove are seeking the Plaquemines Parish Council’s assistance with some comparison shopping. District 7 council member Carlton LaFrance introduced a resolution at the Oct. 10 meeting
While the ecological and economic effects of the Mid-Barataria and Mid-Breton Sediment Diversions on local fisheries remains a hotly debated question, a new report claims that the economic effect of
Plaquemines Medical Center expressed its thanks to Chevron Oronite last week for the plant’s generous donation of $6,000 to PMC’s Healthier Community Series Breast Cancer Awareness event on Oct. 10.
On Monday, October 14, the 4-H Club of South Plaquemines Elementary School traveled to Myrtle Grove for their annual fishing trip. With the help of adult volunteers, students learned proper
South Plaquemines Elementary School hosted its Junior Beta Induction ceremony on Monday, September 30th. The sponsors, Mrs. Rita Frelich, Miss. Randi Buck, and Ms. Jamie Tayamen chose the theme, “HARVEST”
Last week the Plaquemines Parish School Board unanimously approved Superintendent Denis Rousselle’s plan for reopening parish schools come Aug. 6.
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