The Livingston Parish News
P.O. Box 1529
Denham Springs, LA. 70726
Telephone: (225) 665-5176
Eastern parish residents: (225) 567-9721
Fax: (225) 667-0167
Call & Comment: (225) 665-7401
Contact our departments via email by visiting the Staff Box
The Livingston Parish News, founded in 1898, has a long and distinguished record of service to the people and communities of Livingston Parish, Louisiana. Published twice weekly in its traditional print form, The News serves as Official Journal for the Livingston Parish President, the Livingston Parish Council, The Livingston Parish School Board, the City of Denham Springs, the City of Walker, the Town of Livingston, the Village of Albany, the Town of Springfield, the Village of French Settlement, the Village of Port Vincent, the Village of Killian, and other special government districts in Livingston Parish. The News is also available online at livingstonparishnews.com.
A locally owned and operated full-service, paid-circulation newspaper, The News features articles on local events, including sports, and serves as the publication of record for Livingston Parish births, deaths, weddings, engagements, social events, court news, entertainment and other items of special interest to Livingston Parish.
During its more than 100 years of publication, The News has received over 500 awards for journalistic excellence at both the state and national level.
The News is an active member of the National Newspaper Association and the Louisiana Press Association.
Kelsie Marie Watson and Landon Scott Hazel will join in matrimony on May 19, 2017, at Walker Baptist Church in Walker. See the full story in the Family section.
- Photo by Tommy Comeaux | The News
With this ring.... Cajun Navy volunteers Jake Donaldson and Jennifer Bailey reconnect and exchange vows. See the full story in the Family section.
The Friendship Force members from Livingston Parish pictured here at 40th Anniversary Celebration of Friendship Force International were forced to cancel their travel plans to Australia in August of 2016 due to historic flooding, which destroyed their homes and belongings, but they found mor…
- Submitted by Christy Sorenson
Two local 4-H members represented Livingston Parish at the Superintendent’s Breakfast held recently during the Annual State Superintendent’s Convention in New Orleans. Louisiana 4-H Executive Board Member Westin Cobb and State Shooting Sports Ambassador Luke Seguin, both of Walker High Schoo…