The annual Blue Mass for police, firefighters, emergency responders and members of the military, will be celebrated on Tuesday, September 29, at 11:00 a.m. at St. Joseph Co-Cathedral, Thibodaux.
LOCKPORT, La. (AP) — A Louisiana-based shipyard has won a contract to build a floating dry dock that will be used to construct and maintain Navy submarines.
HOUMA/THIBODAUX – Ochsner Health has announced community COVID-19 testing in the Bayou region on Friday, September 11. Testing is available to those age 2 and older who wish to know their COVID-19 status.
Gulf Coast Baptist Church has set up a fund to receive donations in order to help with immediate disaster relief in the Lake Charles and surrounding areas. Church volunteers will be cooking hot meals and delivering hygiene packs.
Ochsner Health has announced community COVID-19 testing in the Bayou region on Wednesday, September 2. Testing is available to those age 2 and older who wish to know their COVID-19 status.
Thibodaux, Louisiana- August 26, 2020 - Thibodaux Regional Health System is pleased to announce the addition of Dr. Tashfin Huq, Neurologist, to the active medical staff. Dr. Huq is available to care for patients at Thibodaux Regional Neurology Clinic located 726 North Acadia Road, Suite 230…
CUT OFF, La. – Newly elected Port Commissioner Johnny Ordonne was sworn into office by Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry at a formal ceremony last Wednesday, officially taking his place at Seat B during the Greater Lafourche Port Commission’s monthly board meeting.
Thibodaux, LA – August 14, 2020 – Thibodaux Regional Health System has teamed up with Nicholls State University Athletics to provide on-going COVID-19 testing for its student-athletes, coaches and staff. Thibodaux Regional performed over 250 initial tests in an effort to help the football, v…
HOUMA/THIBODAUX – Ochsner Health has announced community COVID-19 testing in the Bayou region on Tuesday, August 18. Testing is available to those age 2 and older who wish to know their COVID-19 status.
GRAY, La. – The Danos Foundation is calling for non-profit organizations to apply for funding through GIVES, the grant giving portion of the non-profit organization started by Danos in 2017. The program awards funding to organizations that benefit education, healthcare, environment or welfar…
Matt and Shellie Lasseigne, of Cut Off, are pleased to announce the upcoming wedding of their daughter, Shelbie Lynn Lasseigne to Jacob Julius Cenac, son of Charles Cenac and the late Karen Cenac of Houma.
HOUMA, La. - The Bayou Community Foundation (BCF) has awarded grants totaling $207,335 for 28 non-profit organizations working in Lafourche, Terrebonne and Grand Isle as part of the foundation’s eighth annual competitive grants program.
Pictured are members of the Fifth-Generation Richmond Family: baby, Greyson Saucillo; mother, Bailey Richmond; grandmother, Erin Richmond; great-grandfather, Jerry Richmond; and great-great grandfather, L.D. Richmond.
Celebrating a five-generation family is, left to right, baby Hayden John Plaisance; father, Blaine Plaisance; grandmother, Melanie Cunningham; great-grandmother, Shirley Chouest and great grandfather, Menton A. Chouest III.
Celebrating a 5th generation family is, from left to right: grandmother, Erin Richmond; mother, Bailey Richmond; great-grandmother Rhonda Williams; great-great-grandfather, Whitney Chiasson and baby Grayson Saucillo.
The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development announced it will make temporary changes to operations at the LA 1 toll bridge in Leeville in order to follow statewide mandates of social distancing due to the risk of spreading the COVID-19 virus. The changes will be in place until…
Parish President Archie Chaisson and Council Chairman Armand Autin have made the joint decision to live stream Council meetings moving forward.
All branches of the Lafourche Parish Public Library, and Its Headquarters, will close at the end of business on Monday, March 16, 2020, until at least Friday, March 27, out of an abundance of caution due to COVID-19 and after discussions with Lafourche Parish President Archie Chaisson III.
Representative Reggie Bagala is now accepting applications from students for the 2020-2021 Tulane Legislative Scholarship. He is able to help one hardworking student realize the value of a quality education by nominating him/her for the scholarship. This valuable scholarship will be awarded …
The Office of Community Action is accepting applications for the Low Income Home Energy Program (LIHEAP). Applicants must provide: proof of income for everyone in the household (2020 award letter and/or last 4 check stubs), driver’s license or ID card, and social security cards.
Applications for a summer vacation full of fun for special needs youth in the South Lafourche/ Grand Isle area are now being accepted by the Golden Meadow Lions Club. There is no cost to the parents for the camper’s one week stay. The camp is in its 64th year of operation and is located six …
THE CENTER, Special Education District No. 1, is once again collecting any used Mardi Gras beads and trinkets. This project provides our most challenged individuals to feel important and productive. Please contact The Center at 985-632-5671 for any additional information.
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher and Kimberly Tolar announce the upcoming marriage of their daughter, Kristin Alexis Tolar, to Tyler Joseph Robichaux, son of Mr. Jace and Mrs. Danielle Callais.
Bayou Industrial Group (BIG) is currently accepting applications for its 2020 Scholarship Program. Graduating high school seniors in Lafourche, Terrebonne, St. Mary and Assumption Parishes who will be enrolled at Nicholls State University or Fletcher Technical Community College in Fall 2020 …