Thursday, May 24, 2018
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By Pam FolseThere is power in an invitation.Refusing an invitation can mean missing an opportunity, but on the other hand responding favorably can mean wonderful experiences and memories to last a... + continue reading
Thursday, May 24, 2018
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The Queen of the Mississippi river boat made a stop at the old Vacherie ferry landing this past Sunday morning. Folks who live or work in the area say they’ve never seen the boat land there... + continue reading
Thursday, May 24, 2018
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By Jim HendersonArea prep football teams concluded their spring drills last week.The Louisiana High School Athletic Association (LHSAA) gave teams the option of holding a 10-day spring practice... + continue reading
Thursday, May 17, 2018
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It’s official - Sonic is back and open for business!After being closed and vacant for nearly two-years, the kitchen has been overhauled and refurbished and the property has been spruced-up in an... + continue reading
Thursday, May 17, 2018
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By Pam FolseContributing WriterEditor’s Note: This story information is gathered from multiple on-line resources. The photos of the painter and the St. Aloysius art are used with permission from St.... + continue reading

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05/24/2018
Sterling James, Sr. is appealing the decision of 23rd Judicial District Judge Jason Verdigets, who ruled March 9, 2018 that all of Ash Street is a public road, extending from Hwy. 643, beyond the pavement and onto the gravel portion by virtue of a tacit dedication, thereby allowing the public to use the road.James was also denied a motion for a... + continue reading
05/17/2018
By Pam FolseStaff WriterJudge Alvin Turner, Jr. of the 23rd Judicial District last week ordered the Department of Natural Resources is to require Bayou Bridge Pipeline, LLC to “develop effective environmental protection and emergency or contingency plans relative to evacuation in the event of a spill or other disaster… PRIOR (his emphasis) to the... + continue reading

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By Jim HendersonSportswriterThe St. James Wildcat Football team concluded spring drills last week participating in a threeteam scrimmage at Tulane University's Yulman Stadium in New Orleans last weekend.St. James alternated playing against St. Augustine and Helen Cox schools. Each team was given a 15-play possession that started on its own 25-... + continue reading
05/10/2018 - 0 comment(s)
By Pam FolseA standing room only crowd filled the St. James Parish Council Chambers in Convent last Wednesday as residents of Districts 4 and 5 were there to support an ordinance amending the parish’s Land Use Plan changing an area of District 5 from “Residential/Future Industrial” to “Residential Growth”.District 5 Councilman... + continue reading
05/10/2018 - 0 comment(s)
Last Friday was a dream come true for one Gramercy couple.Vanessa and Bobby Crushfield officially broke ground at the site of Tender Touch Angels day care center, which they hope to open as early as June of this year, set to be constructed in Deroche Circle in Gramercy. To read more please log in or subscribe to... + continue reading