Monday, January 21
Two Livingston Parish elementary schools recently earned spots on the state’s “Honor Roll” as a result of high performance during the 2017-2018 school year in their early childhood programs, according to a report released by the Louisiana Department of Education.
Every month students at Seventh Ward Elementary School learn about a character trait and then they practice demonstrating it daily. For the month of October, homeroom teachers selected the students who showed exceptional self-control. Pictured are (seated, from left) Caitlyn Cheek, Tyson Sil…
Pictured in the Ward 2 Water District Office Halloween picture are (kneeling, from left) Michelle Bond, Tee Graham, Shannon Allen, Devyn Eddards, (standing) Kelli Curtis, Dianne Lazarus, Janet Williams, Dana Varnado, Cookie Killcrease, Mae Wascom, Betty Hull and Cassie Mire.
Every month, students at Seventh Ward Elementary School learn about a different character trait through lessons in PE, with the counselor, and in their classrooms, and teachers choose a student from their homeroom that exemplifies that character trait. This month, students learned about resp…
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.
DENHAM SPRINGS -- One day before the two-year anniversary of the Great Flood of 2016, organizers of an upcoming Smithsonian exhibit at Old City Hall are giving people a chance to say “thank you.”
Students at the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts in Natchitoches are in the final stretch of the spring semester and will begin finals on Friday, May 11. Using monies from its annual fund, the LSMSA Foundation provides snacks and study prep items for students in advance of fi…
The Denham Springs City Council recognized Peyton Cloy of Boy Scout Troop 97 for achieving the Eagle Scout rank. Cloy asked for the full council to pose with him. Front row, from left, are council members Rene' Delahoussaye and Laura Schmitt Smith, Cloy, Mayor Gerard Landry and council membe…
The Class of 2018 at the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts in Natchitoches observed National College Decision Day on Tuesday, May 1, with a senior celebration in the College Counseling Center. Students wore their college or university shirt, completed a pennant and enjoyed a s…
With more than 30 rides on site, there will be plenty of spins, flips, dips, and thrills for everyone at this weekend’s Third Annual Denham Springs Fair.
Each homeroom teacher at Seventh Ward Elementary School selected a student who shows excellent cooperation among his or her peers to receive the character education award for cooperation. Students selected are (seated, from left) Caleb Dew, Graham Rogers, Kane Vanderfod, Cole Harrell, Gia Me…
Reily Mitchell of Denham Springs attends Denham Springs Freshman High and is a member of 4-H and FFA. Mitchell participated in the 2018 4-H Parish, District, and State livestock shows. He represented his parish well. At Parish, he won Supreme Doe. At District, he won Supreme Showmanship and …
Livingston Parish 4-H'ers show off their animals while Tucker Wagner judges from the middle during the opening day of the 2018 Livingston Parish 4-H/Future Farmers of America Livestock Show on Friday, Jan. 19.
LIVINGSTON -- Despite uncertainty from this week’s record cold spell in south Louisiana, the 2018 Livingston Parish 4-H/Future Farmers of America Livestock Show was up and running in its familiar spot on Friday, Jan. 19.
The Livingston Parish Public Schools' Special Education Department will host its Winter Wonderland Parent Outreach Event from 5:30-7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 11 at the Livingston Parish Literacy and Technology Center in Walker.
The Krewe of Denham Springs is inviting anyone interested in the krewe or participating in this year’s Mardi Gras festivities to attend a general meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 9, at Big Mike’s Sports Bar and Grill in Denham Springs.
DENHAM SPRINGS -- The videos started like most do nowadays.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Clardy of Holden, Louisiana, are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Lauren Ashley Clardy, to Shawn Daniel Jones, the son of Rev. and Mrs. Danny Jones of Jonesboro, Illinois.
The Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7017 in Denham Springs visited the Louisiana War Veterans Home in Jackson, Louisiana, on Friday, Dec. 1 for the home’s annual Christmas party.
Approximately 125 band students from nine Livingston Parish schools were selected to the District IV middle school and high school honor bands.
Responsibility matters at South Walker Elementary. These students were chosen by their third, fourth and fifth grade classroom teachers for being very responsible. Front row, from left, Jayce Evans, Kamryn Gill, Sydney Hunter, Ethan Brooks, Kenneth Ballard, Emma Dalton, Samuel Bertolini and …
Members of the Denham Springs Pilot Club recently decorated Christmas trees at the North Oaks locations in Satsuma and Walker. From left, Sybil Wallendal, Terri Borde, Kathy deGeneres, Kathy Long, and Cheri Dawson.
Santa Claus will be plenty busy this holiday season, but he’s still making time for Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World in Denham Springs
LIVINGSTON -- On a cold night, with patches of snow still dotting the area, the Town of Livingston put on its Annual Christmas Parade on Saturday, Dec. 9.
Suburban Reviewers Book Club celebrated the Christmas season at Maison Lacour in Baton Rouge on Wednesday, Dec. 6.
WALKER -- For the first time, South Walker Elementary was the site of the TWINKLES fall event, which 84 Livingston Parish elementary students with significant disabilities and autism attended on Thursday, Dec. 7.
The Kiwanis Club’s Lighting of the Christmas Tree at Train Station Park has been postponed until 6 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 14, according to Main Street manager Donna Jennings.
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