Linn Tompkins (born in Boothville) and Lois Freeman Tompkins (born in Franklin County, MS) met and married in Triumph. They were married on November 15, 1948. Linn was 21 and Lois was 18. Linn worked for Tidewater Oil and Gas for six years, and then worked 40 years for Shell Oil Company.
The Plaquemines Seafood Festival held its annual event recently at the Plaquemines Governmental Complex Pavillion on F. Edward Hebert Blvd.
Caroline Benoit, a 17-year old junior attending Louise S.
During the May 2018 monthly meeting of the West Bank Art Guild (WBAG), held at the German American Culture Center located on Huey P Long Ave. in Gretna, LA.
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Treadway Jr. were married 50 years ago on May 26, 1968. They have two children, six grandchildren, and eight great-grandchildren with another on the way.
When Carol Roberts, Sandy Brechtel, Marty Pellessier, Denise Prados, Cindy and Jimmy Hoyle gathered to celebrate Melvina Sias’s seventy- fifth birthday last July, little did they know that in less
A group of Belle Chasse High School students participating in a series of field trips organized by the nonprofit Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana (CRCL), and sponsored locally by Chevron, too
Chevron Oronite Makes Monetary Donation Dedicated to the PPSO Seniors and Law-Enforcement Together Program
On Friday, April 6, 2018, Chevron Oronite made a monetary donation to support the Plaquemines Parish Sheriff ’s Office (PPSO) Seniors And Law-Enforcement Together (SALT) Program.
Student original works won best in the parish in art contest sponsored by Plaquemines Parish Fair and Orange Festival, for which they received a ribbon and monetary prize.
I have always been proud to say that I am from Plaquemines Parish. Who wouldn’t?
Sheldon Dematteo never let being in a wheelchair diminish his desire to play ball. That’s all the Plaquemines Recreation Department needed to know.