Mrs. Kelli Schwebel and Mrs. Mary Lynn Thompson’s classes celebrated the 100th day of school by wearing shirts with 100 items and a balloon release.
Students were chosen from St. Helena College and Career Academy to represent the school at the Regional Social Studies Fair held at Southeastern Louisiana University on January 31.
The Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff’s Office has arrested an 18-year-old student in connection with a school threat the law enforcement agency deemed “credible.”
LIGHTING UP KENTWOOD - The Town of Kentwood, along with Louisiana State DOTD is proud to announce that the Kentwood Interstate-55 Lighting project has been completed.
AMITE ELEMENTARY MAGNET STUDENTS LEARN TO COOK.
From A Hawk To A Tiger. St.
St. Helena 6th Ward Fire Department receives new Engine.
AR-15's (assault rifles) topped the agenda at the Tuesday, February 6 meeting of the Amite Town Council.
Hood Memorial Hospital opened its doors in 1971 with a purpose-built facility and a mission to provide quality healthcare to its community.
CARNIVAL SEASON COMES TO AN END IN KENTWOOD - No party is complete without the famous second line.
SYDNEY RIVERS AND PAST LORANGER LADY WOLVES HONORED. Loranger Senior Sydney Rivers was honored for scoring her 1,000 career point on February 6 at Senior Night.
Kentwood Cheerleader Jhailyn Pillows was escorted by Jeremy Robinson during 8th grade night at Kentwood High School on Monday, February 5.
DOWN THE COURT - Kentwood Lady Roo #2 Raven Diamond takes the ball down the court against a Loranger Middle defender on Monday, February 5.
Amite High players Sylvester Carroll and John Rodgers sign commitment letters to continue their football careers playing for the Jaguars of Southern University.
I enjoy music. My taste in music runs from country to rock to soft rock to southern gospel to contemporary Christian to classical.
By Greg Potts
St. Helena College and Career Academy Receives $500 Grant. SHCCA recently received $500 for participating in the Adolescent Pre-Diabetes Prevention Program.
Libby Covington, Charlen Kent, Anagene Mobley, Ramona Cutrer, E. J. Forgotten, Gwenette Dixon, Marilyn Dees and Carroll Glasgow.
WE ARE JEWEL SUMNER - The Sumner Middle School Cheerleaders ended their season with a banquet held at Sumner Middle School on Saturday, February 3.
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