Monday, January 21
Madison Bankston of Albany gets a helping hand moving into her residence hall from Southeastern Louisiana University volunteer Josh St. Martin at the university’s Move-in Mane-ia event on Sunday, Aug. 13. Bankston is a new freshman who will be majoring in nursing.
Natchitoches, LA – A love for the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts and sharing it with prospective students is what led several current students to serve as ambassadors for the 2017-18 school year.
Students at the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts (LSMSA) in Natchitoches returned to campus on Aug. 12 for the start of the new school year. New and returning students were greeted in the gym by members of the student ambassadors. Pictured are Presley Simmons, left, a senior …
DENHAM SPRINGS -- Three years ago, 28-year-old Audrianna Atkinson endured a 20-day migraine that resulted in complete paralyzation of the right side of her body.
WALKER – There’s no steam locomotive or wizards involved, but North Corbin Junior High Principal Carolyn Vosburg is launching a program to help students adapt to — and learn in — the middle-school years.
DENHAM SPRINGS -- A resident of Liberty, Mississippi, Christopher Hollis’ home was spared from the wrath of the Great Flood of 2016.
Baton Rouge — As families prepare for the new school year and the array of activities from which to choose, they’ll find that joining and volunteering for the local Girl Scout organization a much easier and faster process, thanks to new technology which includes a digital platform for volunteers.
DENHAM SPRINGS -- After months of gathering in the midst of ongoing repairs, the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 7017 in Denham Springs has finally returned to its normal operations in its normal building.
DENHAM SPRINGS -- What started as a simple supply giveaway eventually turned into an all-out party at Hebron Baptist Church.
DENHAM SPRINGS -- This time a year ago, the Ladies Ministry at Abundant Life Church had everything set up for the church’s first-ever chocolate boutique.
DENHAM SPRINGS -- Adin Putnam remembers hearing a loud knock on his front door in the middle of the night on Saturday, Aug. 13 of 2016.
WATSON -- A crowd of fifth - and sixth-graders filled nearly all the bleachers inside of Live Oak Middle School’s gymnasium when a voice came through vice principal Rhonda Blount’s walkie-talkie.
BATON ROUGE – Lights. Camera. Smile! The annual Cover Kid Event, which will be held on Saturday, Aug. 12, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Pennington Biomedical Research Center in Baton Rouge, is seeking children ages 2 to 17 years old to be selected as one of 50 kids to appear on the covers, withi…
BATON ROUGE — As families prepare for the new school year and the array of activities from which to choose, they’ll find that joining and volunteering for the local Girl Scout organization a much easier and faster process, thanks to new technology which includes a digital platform for volunteers.
NEW YORK – Jeffery “Gauge” Travis of Livingston will appear in the bright lights of Broadway on Saturday, Sept. 16, as part of the National Down Syndrome Society's annual Times Square Video presentation.
DENHAM SPRINGS -- Fourteen-year-old Colin Dyson didn’t start learning how to play the drums until about three weeks before the summer gala for the Young Artists’ Academy of Denham Springs.
ALBANY -- All the lights in the meeting room of the Albany-Springfield Library were shut off, with the only light coming from the window on the right side of the room and a red exit sign on the left.
If you drove by Denham Springs High School on the afternoon of Friday, July 21, you might’ve caught a glimpse of Michelle Jester and others filming a book trailer for Jester’s second novel as you whizzed by.
LIVINGSTON -- The Edward Livingston Historical Association (ELHA) met July 20 at the Main Branch of the Livingston Parish Library System with one of the largest number of attendees in recent memory to enjoy the entertaining and illustrative Springfield attorney, Hobart Pardue.
The National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS) announced that student Grace Dugas of Denham Springs has been selected to become a member of the esteemed organization.
(Spoilers): It took me more than two weeks to squeeze in a free night to see the newest addition to the ever-growing list of superhero movies, “Spider-Man: Homecoming.”
The Can Do’s, one of four clubs of the Livingston Volunteers for Family & Community (LVFC), held their monthly meeting July 5.
DENHAM SPRINGS – An open house and special rededication service are scheduled to mark the completion of renovations to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints meetinghouse.
The Livingston Parish Christian Women’s Job Corps (CWJC) site is now recruiting volunteers and participants for fall classes set to begin in September.
Every month North Live Oak Elementary School holds a Conduct Champion event for all of the students that have maintained an A or B in conduct from the previous month.
Annette Black of Sicily Island submitted this picture of her lazy “dog” of summer - her goat Dixiebelle. Voting for our Lazy Dogs of Summer photo contest ends July 31! Visit http://buff.ly/2uBqT2i