The Livingston Parish Sheriff’s Office celebrated the official unveiling of its new, state-of-the-art training facility on Thursday, June 1.
Local high school students received cooking tips from members of the U.S. Army Culinary Team, based out of Fort Lee, Va., during multiple cooking demonstrations May 2-4.
Homemade boat races, scavenger hunts, goldfish races, and other activities hit the water on Saturday, April 29, for the annual Tickfaw River Regatta.
Talented theatre students took audiences on a trip to Neverland in their spring production of “Peter Pan,” bringing to life J.M. Barrie’s timeless story of the boy who refused to grow up.
Le Chien Brewing Company hosted its inaugural crawfish boil and concert on Friday, April 7.
Live Oak Middle students took part in an Easter egg hunt Wednesday, April 5.
Members of the Denham Springs High School Theater Department presented multiple showings of “The Totally Tubular Costume Conundrum” during a two-day run March 24-25.
Students in the Live Oak-area talented theatre program put on multiple productions of “Alice!!!”, a play by Dennis Maganza that is based on Lewis Carroll’s “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.”
Young students from Immaculate Conception Catholic Church’s Early Learning Center rode their bikes and tricycles for a cause on Friday, March 24.