Strength training is one of the most effective ways to improve your overall health and fitness, and it is especially beneficial for people with diabetes.
Get those decorations up-- whether it is one string of lights, or full Griswold-style decor-- to be entered to win a Rouses gift card! Don't miss the fun as #LockportGoesHallmark!
The Field Day is recommended for those ages 14 or older, and participants must have completed the home study course.
Runneth Over Coffee is open locally 4-5 days a week, moving locations everyday-- the coffee truck can be found set up outside of different local businesses, boutiques, schools, churches, farmers/craft/holiday markets, local community events, sporting events, and more!
This program will give the opportunity for expectant mothers delivering at Ochsner St. Anne to donate their birth tissue in an effort to provide life saving wound grafts made from the birth tissue.
If a person has a restricted license and has successfully completed a hunter education course in the past, the first step to correct his or her account is to contact ENVOC Helpdesk.
Eliana Allemand of Houma was recently crowned Little Miss Miracle Beauty 2023 at the Miracle Beauty Pageant in New Orleans, a pageant for young girls and women across Louisiana with disabilities.
The fourth and final Leadership Terrebonne group set out on a mission to beautify Houma, with plans to install 20 self-watering, hanging planters on the light posts beginning at Courthouse Square. The planters, coming soon, will add vibrant pops of color to downtown Houma and help encourage economic development, events, tourism, and more!
Drop off your new or gently used coats and blankets at any South Louisiana Bank location in Terrebonne Parish from now through December 8, 2023.
66-year-old George Robichaux's journey began in San Diego, California this September with 3,107 miles and 86,594 feet of biking ahead of him. His trip took him across 8 states in 58 days, finishing in Florida just this past week.
One Leadership Terrebonne group decided to bring Christmas cheer to downtown Houma this holiday season, working to local businesses to install decorations downtown— including giant gingerbread men, a Christmas tree, and a snow machine.
Celebrate the magic of Christmas in Louisiana’s Cajun Bayou this holiday season. You won’t be disappointed … and will certainly find yourself on Papa Noel’s Nice List this year!
Whether you're a seasoned actor or a first-time performer, the Nicholls Players welcome all who are enthusiastic about bringing Julius Caesar to life on stage!
If your'e feeling a tad guilty about all of those calories from yesterday, Thibodaux Regional has four exercises that you can incorporate into your daily routine, no equipment required!
As Santa finalizes his naughty and nice lists, LSU Associate Professor in Marketing and the Director of the E. J. Ourso College of Business Behavioral Research Lab, Dan Rice, shares his expertise to help you shop this holiday season.
Local restaurant Cajun Critters will be hosting a visit from America’s Best Restaurants (ABR) in late November 2023.
Petanque players from across the country will flock to Thibodaux this February for a weekend of competition and camaraderie, ending in a potluck picnic while two Thibodaux krewes take the parade route. Read more here about the unique sport that is taking Lafourche parish by storm.
Thanksgiving in Houma offers a unique blend of Southern charm, Cajun flavors and a sense of community that makes the holidays extra special!
Adams has always had a passion for marine engineering and credits his childhood on the bayou for for choosing this path, and hopes to one day return to the area to work in the maritime industry.
One Leadership Terrebonne group created the project "Light Up Downtown Houma," with the mission of flooding the heart of downtown with with light to help make community members feel safer and encourage them to come out for events-- with 12 foot tall inflatable LED lights! Read more here.
Food brings family and friends together, especially around the holidays or during celebrations. As you prepare for all your fun family festivities, it is important to keep kitchen fire safety in mind to keep you and your loved ones safe.
One Leadership Terrebonne group created the project "Rock Da Boot," with a mission to beautify the parish and educate young kids about coastal erosion in south Louisiana. The group visited several local schools, where each student was able to paint a rock, which were then brought to the new levee system in Cocodrie. Read more here.
The Haven is still accepting donations for their "Give Thanks For Your Safe Home" Drive, to help provide basic necessities for families living in their care! Read more about what is needed, and how to help, here.
With the release of these new juvenile cranes from the protected portion of the release pen located at WLWCA, the Louisiana population is now 85 cranes.
Chilling hours are necessary for bulbs that are native to colder climates. Not all bulbs need chilling hours.
As the holiday season approaches, the spirit of giving comes alive, and what better way to express your appreciation than by supporting local businesses? Check out these shopping deals:
Having a Black Friday/Small Biz Saturday sale? Let us know in the comments!
Lindsay Ellender, Pediatric Speech Therapist at the Center for Pediatric Therapy in Thibodaux, is bringing a new support group to local children: "Bayou Buddies Sibshop," a place where siblings of individuals with disabilities can come talk, relate, and find a supportive space.
The Bayou Terrebonne Waterlife Museum is excited to announce the opening of the Bayouside Gallery, a rotating art exhibit featuring local artists at the museum! Meet the first artist they will host below.
The local small business, run for 42 years by this married couple, will host a bromeliad pop-up this weekend for the second time in their nursery's history. Read more about the couple's story, and their upcoming sale, here.
Congratulations to Mr. Tyler Wiggins of H.L. Bourgeois High School for being selected as one of the recipients of the 2023 Outstanding Jazz Educators from across the state by the Louisiana Association for Jazz Education!
Congratulations to the winners of Thibodaux's 2023 Big Boy's Main Street Cook-Off! See all the teams who took home bronze, silver, and gold below.
In observance of Diabetes Awareness Month, Thibodaux Regional emphasizes the critical role of exercise in diabetes management, highlighting its ability to lower blood sugar levels, enhance insulin sensitivity, and mitigate the risk of associated complications like heart disease, stroke, and nerve damage.
Excessive drought conditions in Louisiana are quickly becoming a natural disaster that will have effects on gardens, landscape plants and natural areas all across the state. The U.S. Drought Mitigation Center has categorized a substantial portion of Louisiana’s parishes as being in an “exceptional drought” state for an extended period.
LA Creel, LDWF's near real-time landings data collection program, indicates that 836,182 pounds, or 89.5% percent, of Louisiana’s 2023 annual private recreational allocation of 934,587 pounds have been harvested during the 2023 red snapper season.
In an effort to foster unity and celebrate the community spirit of Houma, Explore Houma declared November 10 as National Civic Pride Day. This annual occasion is set to highlight the cultural richness, civic achievements and enduring resilience of our beloved city through community service projects aimed at beautifying Terrebonne Parish.
Sign up today to bring Christmas cheer and donate gifts to children and families living in emergency shelters, second stage housing projects, or receiving services through the Haven's programs!
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) would like to remind oyster harvesters that the following areas will open for sacking only (larger than 3 inches) on Monday, November 13, 2023:
The new speckled trout size and daily creel limits go into effect and will be enforced beginning November 20. See the new regulations here:
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Bayou STEM is returning to Lafourche Parish Public Library this November for some exciting, Thanksgiving-themed activities! Sign up to trick your taste buds, explore owl diets, or create a Turkeybot today.
The Lafourche Parish School District recently recognized several high school choir students who were selected to different Louisiana Music Educator's Association All-State Choirs. See photos of each recognized student here.
Clocks will fall back by 1 hour on Sunday, November 5, 2023.
The Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission (LWFC) adopted a Notice of Intent to hold a Louisiana black bear hunting season in December of 2024 in northeast Louisiana.