DENHAM SPRINGS — It was a safe day for students at Immaculate Conception’s Early Learning Center on Friday.
Ariane O’Pry Trammell, a children’s author/illustrator from Ponchatoula, will be the guest speaker for the Livingston Parish Retired Teachers meeting Monday, Oct. 8.
There are three remaining opportunities for the public to receive free flu shots courtesy of Livingston Parish Library (LPL) and Walgreens of Walker.
The Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation recently presented a rescue boat and trailer to the Denham Springs Fire Department.
Joni Smith, a seventh grade science teacher, STEM educator and the 2017 Louisiana State Teacher of the Year, has been named Southeastern Louisiana University’s 2018 Young Alumnus of the Year.
DENHAM SPRINGS -- A young Merlin Smith poked his head inside the tent, his eyes immediately drawn to the stacks of military uniforms that towered above.
World War II reenactors perform a simulation of Operation Dragoon, the Allies' August 1944 invasion of southern France. The reenactment was part of the Relive World War II Weekend in Denham Springs Sept. 14-15.
DENHAM SPRINGS -- A World War II-era truck was parked at the intersection of Mattie Street and Range Avenue, around the corner from a grenade launcher that was aimed at the sky.
The Hungarian Harvest Dance Celebration will be held from 6-10 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 29, at the American Legion Hall, located at 26200 La. Hwy. 43 in Springfield, Louisiana.
Livingston Parish Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD), a peer-to-peer education and prevention organization, will host its first “SADD Talk: Rock the Belt” on Tuesday, Sept. 25.
First grader Kylee Dickerson sat in her grandfather’s lap as she read aloud the names of her aunts and uncles printed on Ralph Dickerson’s black T-shirt.
LIVINGSTON -- Cry Out America, a national annual ceremony held to remember the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, was held on a local level inside the Livingston Parish Council Chambers on Tuesday.
U.S. Rep. Garret Graves discusses his memories of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks during the "Cry Out America!" event held at the Livingston Parish Council Chambers on Tuesday.
U.S. Rep. Garret Graves, Livingston Parish President Layton Ricks, Livingston Parish Sheriff Jason Ard and mayors Gerard Landry of Denham Springs and Jimmy Watson of Walker are on the list of scheduled speakers for the “Cry Out America!” prayer and remembrance service on Tuesday, Sept. 11.
More than 20 families gathered at the Main Branch of the Livingston Parish Library (LPL) on Thursday, Sept. 6, for the kickoff of the library’s Prime Time Family Reading Time event.
The members of the Ann Fairfax Chapter of the Children of the American Revolution (CAR) gathered at the home of Laura Dunlap in Denham Springs on July 29, 2018, where they enjoyed lunch.
Two representatives of Southeastern Louisiana University have been selected for the University of Louisiana System Management and Leadership Institute.
Faculty and staff of Springfield Elementary School pose for a picture wearing their Childhood Hunger Awareness Day T-shirts. Students were also allowed to wear SES spirit shirts and jeans for a monetary donation to be given to the Mighty Moms Full Tummy Project in Livingston Parish. This pro…
If you’re interested in backyard composting or growing fruit in a home garden, the LSU AgCenter has classes just for you.
Beth Clark, co-founder of Mighty Moms, reads to students “Maddi’s Fridge,” a children’s book by Lois Brandt that raises awareness about poverty and hunger. Clark’s visit to Seventh Ward Elementary was part of the parish-wide “Childhood Hunger Awareness Day” on Wednesday, Sept. 5.
DENHAM SPRINGS -- Before they started Mighty Moms, before they garnered a dedicated group of 40-plus volunteers, before they opened a monthly food pantry, before they handed out more than 75,000 Full Tummy bags for hungry children in Livingston Parish, before they operated on a $180,000 budg…
The Relive WWII Weekend is an immersive two-day living history event that gives the public the chance to see what life was like for U.S. troops during World War II.
Due to New Covenant Church’s 35th anniversary celebration, the Livingston Parish Farmers’ Market will be temporarily moved to the parking lot of Denham Patty on Saturday, Sept. 8.
The Livingston Parish Republican Women 2018 Clay Shoot Fundraiser will be held Friday, Sept. 14, at Riverside Sporting Clays in Denham Springs.
DENHAM SPRINGS -- Propped up by an old mattress, a broken oven and water-stained wood boards — just another heap in the long stretch of trash piles lining up the street — was a black sign that read, “Garage Sale,” in orange letters.
Two local authors stopped by South Live Oak Elementary on Wednesday, Aug. 29, to discuss their love for reading and how it led each of them to careers as writers.
HAMMOND -- Ernest Meyers walked into the office, only to be awestruck by what he saw.
Ernest Meyers, a U.S. Army veteran, receives his master's degree during a commencement ceremony held in his honor at QuadVets in Hammond on Thursday, Aug. 30.
Southeastern Louisiana University was included in Forbes’ list of the top higher education institutions in the nation, having recently been named to the list of America’s Top Colleges 2018.