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Former St. James High School graduate of 2017 - Chante' Lea Keller has signed with Piedmont International University, a NCCAA Division II school for softball.Chante' has been at SJH since 2014, where... + continue reading
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5By David ReynaudThe Gramercy Mayor and Board of Aldermen met Monday and discussions began of possibly asking Gramercy voters to approve a half-cent sales tax to raise revenue to be used to repair... + continue reading
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By Pam FolseThe St. James Parish Council voted 5 to 2 last week to enter into a contract with Metairie attorney John Young at the law firm of Curry & Friend to provide legal services to the... + continue reading
Thursday, August 10, 2017
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Cub Scout Pack 59 had a great turnout at the District Day Camp at Lamar Dixon in June, and Council Resident Camp at Camp Avondale in July. Between both camps, 16 of our 26 Scouts attended and spent a... + continue reading
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By David Reynaud EditorWe have all heard the above idiom and it perfectly describes the situation unfolding between the Town of Gramercy and the owner of the building and property located at 239... + continue reading

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08/17/2017
By Jim HendersonWith the summer youth sports season coming to a close, millions of boys and girls across the country participated in sports camps, clinics and tournaments. These children and adolescents competed in a wide range of sports, from basketball and baseball to tennis, soccer, volleyball and gymnastics. But increasingly they will be... + continue reading
08/17/2017
By Jim HendersonThe Volleyball season begins August 23rd as the Lutcher Lady Bulldogs will host the 11th annual River Parish Jamboree games at the Lutcher High Gym.Two courts have been set up where eight teams will compete. Each team will play three (3) 25-point games.To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition https://www.... + continue reading

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Congratulations are extended to Nydia Cooper, honor student at Ascension Catholic and 15 year old daughter of Machiavelli and Nadine Nelson Cooper. Cooper participated and completed the Governor’s Program for Gifted Students at McNeese University being on staff of the Newsletter,“The Thinker” as photographer and Memory book, “Miles to Go” as photo... + continue reading
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By Pam Folse Contributing WriterA shopping trip to Krauss on Canal Street in New Orleans was a big event for teens in the 70s.For Patrick Landry of Convent, it was an opportunity that set the course for his life. Before the days of ROTC in St. James Parish, the young Landry noticed a West Point Cadet walking through the department store.... + continue reading
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By David Reynaud EditorWe have all heard the above idiom and it perfectly describes the situation unfolding between the Town of Gramercy and the owner of the building and property located at 239 North Airline Avenue in Gramercy.The Town of Gramercy, for over four years now, has been trying to get Tommy Ragas, the owner of the building and... + continue reading