LIVINGSTON – Voters in French Settlement will decide on a new police chief, while tax proposals go on the ballot in two other precincts Saturday. Read more
BATON ROUGE – A Livingston Parish legislator’s second try at statewide ban on sanctuary cities narrowly drew favorable response Wednesday in a House Committee. Read more
- DOTD work to close I-12 lanes intermittently Friday
- Walker breaks ground for Challenger Field for special-needs players
- Denham Springs Police capture escaped drug offender after manhunt along Rushing Road
- Waste Management to host job fair in Walker Thursday, May 4
- DOTD schedules work to expand I-12 lanes near Satsuma
DENHAM SPRINGS -- Delaying the inevitable tends to be a part of any playoff season, because one way or another, a season is heading toward the finish line.
- BASEBALL | Led by Kyle Guidry, gritty Wildcats advance with a comeback win and 5-0 shutout
- SOFTBALL | Motivated Lady Rockets finish the job, climb to the Class B mountaintop for the first time
- SOFTBALL | Maurepas focused on the future after loss to Plainview in Class C title game
- BASEBALL | Eagles battle tooth-and-nail with Central before falling in 13 innings
- SOFTBALL | Live Oak's memorable postseason ride comes to a bittersweet end with semifinal loss
Spring started so early that I have had reports that some of the earliest tomatoes are turning color. Now that is early.
- 2017 Livingston Parish 4-H Achievement Day Overall Winners
- Southside Elementary gets unexpected gift from Virginia school as part of "Adopt a Gym" program
- 2017 Livingston Parish 4-H Achievement Day Contest Results
- Children's 2017 Drawing and Painting Art Classes near end of spring session
- Local author turns online story into published book
For the French establishment, Sunday’s presidential election came close to a near-death experience. As the Duke of Wellington said of Waterloo, it was a “damn near-run thing.”
Ioften think of the movie “Back to the Future” when I think of the 32 years I’ve spent in the newspaper business.
Just how much would you pay in hopes you can prevent a repeat of the 2016 flooding?
Karin Jones collected what she could, little by little.
Although the Denham Springs Fall Fest was canceled in 2016 due to the Great Flood, organizers have announced that Spring Fest will take place this Saturday.
Kerry Curtin walked to the front of Room 602 at South Live Oak Elementary and turned to face the room-full of students sitting at two tables in rows of eight.
Randy and Susie Bassett of Denham Springs are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Amber Elise Bassett, to Joseph Arthur Henderson, both of Denham Springs.
Emilee Forbes Tunnard and Gabe Tunnard of Denham Springs are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter, Parker Avery Tunnard. Parker joins big sister, Peyton Tunnard.
Dr. Cynthia Baker-Ragsdale and Mr. William Ragsdale of Baton Rouge are pleased to announce the engagement of her daughter Celeste Angelle Baker to Dr. Vincent Dominick DiCarlo II, son of Theresa and Vincent D. DiCarlo of Metairie, La.