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Randy Blanchard’s 1953 Pontiac Chieftan was the big winner at the Knights of Columbus’ Third Annual Car Show. Blanchard’s car took home first place for best exterior and top overall car.

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Shoppers take part in a Girls Night Out in the Denham Springs Antiques Village on Friday. (photo by Crystal LoGiudice | The News)

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A Denham Springs High School class of 2017 graduate celebrates after receiving her diploma during the commencement ceremony held at Southeastern's University Center in Hammond on May 14. (photo by Crystal LoGiudice | The News)

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Denham Springs High School Director of Bands Andrew Hunter leads an after school rehearsal as the band prepares to play at the Denham Springs High Commencement ceremony. The Denham Springs High Wind Ensemble was invited to perform in the Inaugural Cleveland Orchestra/Baldwin Wallace Conserva…

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Jayley Clouatre captures a memory of cheering Lewis Vincent Elementary students on Thursday, May 11, as she led a group of 24 former Lewis Vincent students who will graduate from high school this month. It is a tradition that former students of the elementary return when they graduate from h…

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One student from each homeroom class at Seventh Ward Elementary was selected to represent the school for showing outstanding honesty throughout the year. Pictured are (seated, from left) Grady Smith, Eric Nguyen, Mckenzi Roddy, Catie McCarroll, Mason Breaux, Mackenzie Wingert, Tory Szucs, (s…

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The Livingston Parish School Board held a reception on Thursday, May 4, for the students of the year selected by the system’s schools. High school students of the year were, front row, from left, are Cameron Crochet, Denham Springs; Shelby Chandler, Springfield; Eric Forbes, Holden; Deanna L…

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The Livingston Parish School Board held a reception on Thursday, May 4, for the students of the year selected by the system’s schools. Middle school students of the year are, front row, from left, are Saber Bankson, French Settlement; Olivia Barnes, Holden; Victoria Germany, Juban Parc; Russ…

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The Beta Lambda Chapter of Kappa Kappa Iota, a professional teacher’s organization, held its monthly meeting at the home of Karen Schmitt on Thursday, April 27.

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LIVINGSTON -- The Livingston Parish School Board and Superintendent Rick Wentzel recognized students named by their respective schools as Student of the Year. A reception was held Thursday, May 4, for the students honored in grades five, eight and 12, as well as the school system’s overall t…

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The Livingston Parish School Board held a reception on Thursday, May 4, for the students of the year selected by the system’s schools. Elementary students of the year were, front row, from left, are Addison Reeves, Lewis Vincent; Caszandra Dante, South Walker; Aidon Brumfield, North Corbin; …

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Receiving the second annual Lloyd F. “Big D” deGeneres Memorial Scholarship is Gabi Stafford, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rusty Stafford. Gabi will be a 2017 Denham Springs High School graduate. She plans to attend Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond, where she will major in elemen…

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Members of the Class of 2017 at the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts in Natchitoches were gifted with a class T-shirt immediately following a community meeting held Thursday, March 9. The shirts were provided by the Parents Council, a part of the LSMSA Foundation. Several sen…

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Five students from the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts in Natchitoches participated in the Louisiana Regional Science Bowl held Saturday, March 18, at the University of New Orleans. The event was sponsored by the Department of Energy/Strategic Petroleum Reserve and drew 15 h…

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Anna Johnson (left) and Blaire Johnson (right) create their entries for the LEGO challenge at the Watson Branch of the Livingston Parish Library’s LEGO Club meeting on Thursday, April 27. Each month, club members are challenged to put their building and creative skills to the test by making …


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