The head of a Belle Chasse company that capped a 15-year-old oil spill 12 miles off Plaquemines’ coast earlier this year may have convinced the Parish Council to seek legal recourse against the owners of the offending wells.
September 13, 2018 was Plaquemines Gazette Day in Plaquemines Parish! Many thanks to the Plaquemines Parish Council for recognizing the newspaper’s 90 years of service in Plaquemines Parish.
These boys hunted all day on Sunday, September 2, and came in with a great catch, the rain didn’t stop them. Pictured, from left: Carter Creppel, Cason Meaux and Landen Fruge’.
We are celebrating OLPH’s 50th Fair and promise to provide you with more activities and entertainment this year.
The Danos Foundation and Shell Exploration and Production Company are working together to donate 50 new generators to local non-profi t agencies who need them for their own mission-related use.
Belle Chasse High School teacher Jennifer Valotta was recognized as the No. 1 HOSA- Future Health Professionals advisor in the U.S.
On Sunday, September 30, the Rotary Clubs of Belle Chasse and Plaquemines South will host a dedication ceremony and marker unveiling in remembrance of October 1, 1893, the night a massive hurricane
During the August 2018 monthly meeting of the West Bank Art Guil
Tabitha Keller, a fourth grade student at Belle Chasse Elementar
“Coach” Chris Huff #71, more than just a candidate!
By Jason Browne
By Jason Browne
An ordinance before the Plaquemines Parish Council at its Sept. 6 meeting could pave the way for contempt charges against Parish President Amos Cormier III.