Parents of South Lafourche High School seniors are holding a parade for the school's Class of 2020 tomorrow, weather permitting.
This week, our Lafourche Parish high schools will hold their graduation ceremonies! And we're all about honoring these amazing young men and women for their hard work over the past several years and especially this year.
The South Lafourche High School Alumni Softball Tournament has set its new date.
Thibodaux High School had a small parade for its graduating seniors yesterday. Other schools are planning similar events in the coming days.
A local legend has been named to the Small College Basketball's 2020 National Hall of Fame Class.
It wasn’t the historic scenery of New Orleans, and the crowd was much smaller than it was originally supposed to be because of COVID-19.
Yesterday, a group of locals gathered together to remember the memory of local woman Dana Bourgeois, who was killed in 2019 by a drunk driver.
Our friends at Lady of the Sea General Hospital capped off a successful Nurses Week and Hospital Week today by honoring and recognizing the members of LOS's Nursing Staff.
Lafourche Parish Government is partnering with the Thibodaux Police Department to help families with pets during our current tough economic time.
Tomorrow, thousands of Louisiana residents will report back to work for the first time in months as the state’s closed economic umbrella opens back up and more and more businesses are re-opened.
The Golden Meadow Rotary Club is going a hot meal to local first responders and members of the public this Saturday, May 16.
Lafourche Parish Public Schools Superintendent Jarod Martin told The Lafourche Gazette this afternoon that he believes there will be some form of organized athletic activity for school teams this summer, though finalized plans for how that might look are not yet created.
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Houma-Thibodaux and Second Harvest are teaming up to host an emergency food distribution this week at South Lafourche High School.
We love to have fun with our readers and our readers love our galleries! So recently, we asked readers to send us the fifth photo in their cell phone libraries.
South Lafourche High School graduate and UNO sophomore guard Traya Bruce was given one of her school's biggest honors yesterday at an online award's banquet.
The South Lafourche High School family wants the community to know that it cares during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Lafourche Gazette is excited to announce this week the launch of a new cellular phone app, which will give readers around the world easier access to our news.
This Wednesday, a memorial procession will be held to honor the amazing life of late State Representative Reggie Bagala, who passed away from COVID-19 complications last week.