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Parents interested in finding out about enrolling their children in the Catholic-Pointe Coupee school system will have a chance at an upcom-ing open house.

With Mardi Gras a month away, parade organizers, governmental and law enforcement officials, support agencies and myriad other parties are coordinating efforts for the great show that is to be on Feb. 25.

Hosts for "An Evening with Santa," at Ox Bow Family Practice of New Roads were, from left: (top) Jackie Guerin, 2019 Harvest Festival queen Lexi LoBue, Santa Claus, nurse practitioner Janie St. Romain and medical assistant Nicole Strong. In the front are nurse practioner Storie Melancon and …

The Greater Pointe Coupee Chamber of Commerce recognized the D'Aquila law firm as the December Business of the Month. Established in 1966 by Jerome “Jerry” D’Aquila, the law firm has served Pointe Coupee Parish for more than 54 years. D’Aquila, and his son, Cy D’Aquila, specialize in family …

Les Creoles de Pointe Coupee brought smiles to the faces of the residents of Pointe Coupee Healthcare Nursing Home on False River Drive a few days before Christmas.

Livonia High School has been named a state finalist in the 10th Annual Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest, according to a news release.

Back in the day our elders were horrified the rock ’n’ roll culture meant doom, especially the dreadful music that crept into their lives. From Elvis to The Beatles, even to The Boogie Kings, and that beat went on and on and on.  

Artists and art appreciators from Pointe Coupee and West Feliciana parishes gathered in St. Francisville on a Saturday morning recently to visit the studios/workshops of West Feliciana artists Kelly and Kathryn Ward, Sammy Bougeus and Sam LeBlanc.  

Catholic High of Pointe Coupee crowned Jenna Elaine Guidry as its 2019 homecoming queen on Sept. 19. She is the daughter of Tommy and Paula Guidry of New Roads.

Livonia High students in the Jobs for American Graduates (JAG) program recently attended an inspirational and motivational seminar conducted by two Pointe Coupee Parish natives.  

Pointe Coupee General Hospital, which celebrated its 50th anniversary in November, was named ‘Business of the Month by the Pointe Coupee Chamber of Commerce. Attending the ceremony were, from left, Chamber board members Mark Wahl and Gerald Bordelon, Dr. Ashley Bordelon, Dr. Carl McLemore, P…

Dawn Marie Daigle and Michael David Chauffe Jr. were united in the sacrament of holy matrimony on Saturday, Oct. 26, 2019, at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Lakeland.

Max Major, 7, recently killed his first deer, a six-point, 155-pound buck, at Ole Miss Hunting Club. He is the son of Seth and Krista Major of Morganza.

Karen Hebert, of WoodmenLife Chapter 1154, presents Lynda Leonard the Regional Fraternalist of The Year Award for Louisiana at the recent WoodmenLife Annual Awards Banquet.

Nine students from Pointe Coupee Parish schools took part in the Louisiana Boy’s and Girl’s State programs from June 23-28 at Northwestern State University in Natchitoches.

St. Peters Baptist Church, 408 Texas St. Mid-day Bible Study, every Wednesday at noon. Rev. Elloitt Harton, Jr., pastor.

Cyrah Parker, a junior at Livonia High School, was elected state president of Jobs for America’s Graduates Louisiana (JAG-LA).

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Howard Gandy are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter, Anna Magee Gandy, to John Lane Ewing, Jr, son of Mrs. Jeanne Noelie Grezaffi and Mr. John Lane Ewing, Sr.  

The City of New Roads will once again present its three-day shopping extravaganza event, “Holiday Market at the Mill,” on Nov. 22-24 at the historic cotton mill at 311 Mill St.

The descendants of Marcelan Etienne Sr., Mary Noel Etienne and Alexcear Will Etienne, as well as John Ridgley Sr., and Annie Harris Ridgley gathered in West Palm Beach, Fla., to celebrate family unity from July 12-14.

The City of New Roads will once again present its three-day shopping extravaganza event, “Holiday Market at the Mill,” on Nov. 22-24 at the historic cotton mill at 311 Mill St.

Rougon Elementary announced its October Students of the Month. Front row from left are Jalayia Lee, French Immersion; Jax Roy, Pre-K; Larry Hebert, third grade; William Tunstall, second grade; Kelly Moreno, first grade; and Gabrielle Bush, kindergarten. Back row: Tyler Howard, fourth Grade; …

Taking part in The Spooky Poem Showcase hosted by the Drama Club of Catholic Elementary of Pointe Coupee, were bottom row from left, Sabrina Elliott, Isabella David, Elizabeth Armand, Trayson Smith, Olivia Pourciau and Rilee Chapman. Top row: Brooke Andre, Amelia Chauvin, Isabella Yates, Oli…

The lucky horseshoe charms were in their pockets when the residents of Lakeview Manor Nursing Home took a trip to the Paragon Casino in Marksville recently.

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