By Jason Browne

Coastal wetlands in Plaquemines Parish are already under attack from rising sea levels, subsidence and foreign bugs that appear to be killing the plants whose roots tether what remains of the precariously unstable land. Now the list of threats has expanded to include rodents.

By Jason Browne

The Plaquemines Parish Sheriff’s Office wrapped up its first annual Junior Deputy Summer Camp last week.

Justice John Weimer installs Bill Bubrig as the 42nd President of the Belle Chasse Rotary Club. Completing his year as President is Anthony Sciaaca. Congratulations to all installed Officers and Directors!

LSU Report

Before their matchup with the Florida Gators, former LSU defense end and current SEC Network analyst Marcus Spears warned LSU’s offense against getting complacent after walking over the Arkansas Ra

PPSS keeps A rating

By Kari Dequine Harden

 

Plaquemines Parish Schools maintained their A rating for the 2015-2016 school year, and increased their School Performance Score from 102.3 to a 108.6.

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Plaquemines Gazette

7962 Hwy 23
P.O. Box 700
Belle Chasse, LA 70037
Phone: 504-392-1619
Fax: 504-392-7526