Tuesday, Sept. 24
Southeastern Louisiana University was named one of the top national performers for the social mobility of its students and among the top 125 regional universities in the South by U.S. News and World Report.
For four days in June, a group of students, teachers and parents took a trip to Washington, D.C., to learn more about the history of the United States.
Chad Dupuy, a school resource officer (SRO) from the Livingston Parish Sheriff’s Office, was recognized for his military service and service to the community during Live Oak High’s season-opener against Ponchatoula on Friday, Sept. 6.
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Baton Rouge, which has been in existence for three decades, is now accepting applications for its homeownership program.
WALKER -- At the end of every workout, clients of the Livingston Activity Center are given a choice.
WATSON -- Shortly after Daniel Desselle was named the principal of the new Live Oak Junior High, contractors remodeling the school asked him if he wanted to tear down the run-down greenhouse in the back.
Natchitoches – The Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts (LSMSA) recognized 150 new students, representing 70 percent of the state’s parishes, during its annual Matriculation Ceremony held Friday, Aug. 30, in the Natchitoches Events Center.
DENHAM SPRINGS -- The Merchants Association is giving people a chance to win tickets to the hottest concert in town.
DENHAM SPRINGS -- In 1894, Grover Cleveland was a year into his second term as U.S. President, New England Telephone and Telegraph installed the first battery-operated telephone switchboard, and bottles of Coca Cola were sold for the first time.
Capt. Patrick Friedman, a native of Albany, relieved Capt. Chris Cavanaugh as commodore of one of the Navy’s most decorated submarine squadrons during a change-of-command ceremony on Aug. 16 at Naval Base Point Loma.
LIVINGSTON -- Nearly 18 years ago, clouds of smoke floated above New York City as people, many of them shrouded in dust, ran in terror from the collapsing buildings.
DENHAM SPRINGS -- Every night before he goes to sleep, Levi Russell says a prayer for his heroes in blue.
Ken McFeeters still remembers the first time he saw the Cajun Navy in action.
DENHAM SPRINGS -- Wendy Rodrigue, an author/art historian and widow of “Blue Dog” artist George Rodrigue, will be the headline speaker for the Livingston Parish Chamber of Commerce’s Third Annual Women’s Leadership Event.
DENHAM SPRINGS -- Participants of the PARDS Kids Camp this summer stirred up something good when Layne Langley, area nutrition agent with the LSU AgCenter, visited campers for another fun-filled nutrition series.