Check out photos from the fun classroom celebrations here!
Each workshop will teach the participants new sewing skills, while completing a fun project!
LSU Ag explains how to grow the sweet, tart and juicy fruit at home!
LDWF will conduct alligator lottery harvests on several properties this fall.
Local experts met with the Hache Grant Association and Houma Main Street to share ideas, practices, and funding opportunities for the future Bayou Terrebonne Paddle Trail.
"Salute our fallen and give thanks to our nation's heroes with these reads in honor of Memorial Day," reads a statement from LPPL.
So far, in 2023 Louisiana has reported four boating fatalities. In 2022, Louisiana reported 29 fatalities. As we approach the beginning of the spring and summer boating season, LDWF Enforcement Division urges boaters to take safety seriously while on the water.
These comforting toys will help countless young victims feel more at ease during interviews with the Terrebonne Parish Sheriff's Office SVU.
Congratulations to Dr. Markita Grant for being named Ellender's next principal!
Last night, the Terrebonne Parish Council recognized the members of the Vandebilt Indoor Percussion Band for their outstanding recent successes.
Girl Scout Service Unit 263 honored their local members last night at a special ceremony! Check out photos from the event below.
Congratulations to the youngest graduates in Lafourche Parish!
The United Houma Nations has announced that they are requesting volunteers to help at their upcoming drive thru food and supplies event on Saturday, June 10, […]
The nonprofit organization raised funds for breast cancer awareness at their Brans N Brunch event on May 7, 2023.
Check out the photos below from the local Keller Williams' Red Day, 1950's themed sock hop for Lafourche Arc!
Thanks to all the teams and community members who came out in support of this great event!
This exceptional educator served at the local high school for four decades!
LDWF agents will be out in full force as always during the week to perform boating safety checks that includes making sure all personal flotation device (PFD) regulations are being followed and that each vessel has a sober operator.
It's been a memorable year for three VCHS faculty members, who also happen to be family. Mother, daughter and grandson were all teachers together for the 2022-23 school year.
The National Association of Junior Auxiliaries recently presented the local chapter with four prestigious awards.
If you prize plants that don’t require a lot of care but pack a beautiful punch, you can’t do better than chaste trees!
As of the 2023-2024 school year, there will be no open and active schools in the Chauvin community.
After successful completion of their written test, the students will become Nationally Registered Emergency Medical Technicians, and can enter the workforce immediately!
"I would like for people to know that the community is rallying behind Taylor, and encourage anyone who can donate to do so," said Daniel Babin. "Luminate Houma was started so we could connect people to downtown using music and art. I don't want people to associate what happened to Taylor with Downtown Houma, because we are so much better than that."
Louisiana’s Cajun Bayou invites everyone to “wander off the eatin’ path” and immerse their palate in authentic Cajun cuisine.
Check out the musicians who will be performing this year at Thibodaux's largest outdoor music festival!
"This year’s commemoration comes with the crime epidemic on the minds of so many of our neighbors, especially in light of U.S News and World Report recently ranking Louisiana as the worst state in the country for violent crime," said Attorney General Jeff Landry.
It's time to vote on the top four names for the famous gator!
“We encourage you to have fun with it. Play some music and dance your way to a cleaner Louisiana,” said Susan Russell, KLB Executive Director.
Congratulations to Nicholls State University student Caleb Compeaux!
These two kids are already making a difference in their community!
While Stroke is the fifth leading cause of death in the U.S., it is also the principal cause of disability in adults.
Congratulations to the winners of the 5th Annual Mud Bug Boil-Off, hosted by the Thibodaux Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #52!
“Litter is hurting our quality of life in Thibodaux,” says Kevin Clement, Mayor for the City of Thibodaux. “With these new receptacles installed, we will be able to reduce litter and keep our community clean and beautiful.”
"Fashion as an industry has a huge impact on the environment. It is important to find ways to reduce waste and to utilize materials in an ethical and sustainable manner,” Stannard said. “This research project is just one step in that direction, and I'm excited to see what else we can achieve in the future."
The goal of the program is to provide an excellent opportunity for anglers of all ages to catch and take home nice catfish. Congratulations to the winners!
Explore Houma is seeking models to help them showcase what Terrebonne Parish has to offer.
Still looking for something special to do for Mother's Day? Look no further!
The staple of Bayou Terrebonne is new and improved-- but needs a name!
“Good weather conditions throughout the season combined with relatively good reproduction in some management regions of the state the last two years are likely contributing factors to the harvest increase,” said Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Small Game Program Manager Cody Cedotal.
The Terrebonne Parish Council recognized local hospitals in their important work caring for the community.
The Lafourche Parish Council unanimously approved the project that aims to provide a fun and affordable way for residents to enjoy local waterways, enhance cultural appreciation, and bring people together while engaging in healthy activities!
What’s better than delicious lemonade on a hot day– for a good cause! Lots of local young entrepreneurs participated in Synergy Bank’s Lemonade Day on Saturday, […]
The Terrebonne Parish Council honored practicing and retired nurses in the community at their meeting last night.
Enter to get your work recognized and for the chance to win $1,000!
The senior will be running track and field and cross country for the Colonels this fall.
The two girls wrote winning essays answering the question, "What is your American Dream?"
The Head of the Department of Biological Sciences was able to share the important work being done at Nicholls State University with the world!