The focus was on youth as Kentwood police officers, community members, and elected officials came together to celebrate Kentwood's Second Annual National Night Out Against Crime.
OAK FOREST ACADEMY SENIORS roll into their first day as seniors. The seniors rolled in on four-wheelers, jacked up trucks, bicycles, anything with wheels.
Day’s United Methodist Church News by Sharon Hornsby On Sunday, August 5, 2018, Pastor Adam Campbell conducted a special ceremony to “Bless the Backpacks” of all the students present at our worship
The Halimah Chapter NSDAR held its annual Memorial Service on Saturday, July 21, 2018 at Day’s United Methodist Church to remember Mrs. Minnie Lou Travis Hutchinson and Mrs.
ST. HELENA PARISH HOSPITAL ATTENDS HEALTH FAIR. Turner Chapel sponsored a health fair on Saturday, August 11 for St. Helena Parish residents. Representatives from St.
Amite Chief Jerry Trabona wanted to make a final statement about the past month or so controversy about electricity being cut off, not being cut off, who's to blame, who's fault it is!
Today marks the last official day of summer vacation for students in Tangipahoa Parish public schools. The first day of classes for the new year begins tomorrow, Thursday, August 9.
St. Helena Parish Sheriff’s Department is asking for the public’s assistance in the recent burglary that occurred on Highway 37, Southwest of Greensburg.
Students at St. Helena Arts and Technology Academy were welcomed back to school this morning with cheers and well wishes by teachers and community members.
St. Helena Parish Hospital and Rural Health Clinic provides important services to Greensburg and the surrounding areas of St. Helena Parish.
In 1986, the famed Michael Jackson versus Michael Carr “Quarterback Showdown” took place Under the Tank in historic Kentwood.
By DEKE BELLAVIA
The August meeting of the Amite Chamber at Mike’s Catfish was “all about football”. Coach Drew Misita of Oak Forest and Coach Zephaniah Powell of Amite High were the key speakers.
By STEPHANIE MOREL
The lights are ready to be turned on Friday nights, the grass is as green as it has ever been, and the white stripes and end zones are ready to be trounced upon by several high school players.
By MARGARET ANDREWS
It has become a tradition at Oak Forest Academy in Amite. Each August, fans of the Black and Gold come out to get a sneak peak at their football team.
One of America’s most sought after high school football recruits made it official last week as Kentwood Star Trey Palmer let the world know what’s to come in his football career.
The sixth-grade Lady Shockaz AAU basketball team celebrates a decorated season.
The Sumner High School Cheer squad attended a Universal Cheerleaders Association (UCA) Camp at Louisiana State University June 26-29.
As organizers for the Amite High Homecoming Committee, myself and other members have planned a three-day weekend for this upcoming football season.
ROTARIAN GUESTS - Tangipahoa Parish Department of Public Works employees shown from left, Director Andy Currier, Inspector Wesley Danna, Parish President Robby Miller, and Road and Bridge Superinte
Over 50 children were treated to fresh haircuts by Miraj Hair Salon and received school supplies provided by Dr. Zenovia Crier. The salon opened at 6 a.m. and finished up at 6 p.m.
By CAROL BROOKE
First row, from left are Anna Claire McNeely, Gabbie Morris, Katie Matherne, Sarah Gordon, Alivia Hoyt, Eryn Cothern, Hailey Johnston, Emily Smith, Sydni Brown, Faith Liuzza, Chasity Cutrer, Savann
The Kentwood Rotary Club got a little lesson in fire safety last Thursday afternoon thanks to the club’s special guest speaker, Gerald Griffith, chief of the Kentwood Fire Department.
Classmates came from near and far as the St. Helena Class of 1968 celebrated its 50 year reunion on Saturday, July 7 at the Corkwell Center in St. Helena Parish.
From left, Silvia Bush, Alexis Sterling Community Outreach Manager, Heather Howell, Jonathan Damitio, Noah Burnett.