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“Honor your parents all the days of your life. Children, respect your bloodline, keep a vision; you cannot have medicine without God. Read your bible, Christian music and God in your house. Pray when you take your medicine. Thank God everyday you open your eyes and see yourself healed.”

Visitors from all over the parish and beyond race to get a taste of the new historical sugarcane exhibit held in the Pointe Coupee Museum. But the thrill of the adventure won’t last long. This sweet exhibit will commence at the end of this year in December. During this excursion visitors wil…

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

Residents of Maison Pointe Coupee Apartments attending a lecture on Stroke Prevention given by Stacy Allen of PCGH Physical Therapy

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Variety will mark the theme of the 2019 False River Harvest Festival, which rolls into gear Friday through Sunday in downtown New Roads, according to New Roads Mayor Cornell Dukes.

Have you found your recipe(s) for the 4-H Sugar & Pecan Cookery Contest yet?  Well, if you haven’t, you still have time to find the perfect sugar and/or pecan recipe! On Saturday, October 19, the 4-H Sugar & Pecan Cookery Contest will be held at The Julien Poydras Museum in New Roads…

On Friday, September 27th Ms. Kim Neal, art instructor at the STEM Magnet Academy, received a check for $2,500 from the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival Foundation. Ms. Neal wrote an arts grant for her classes at the STEM Magnet Academy. Schools from throughout Louisiana were eligibl…

Livonia High School is pleased to announce the members of this year’s Homecoming Court.  These eleven seniors were elected to the court by fellow classmates of the Class of 2020.  The young ladies will be presented during the Homecoming Pep Rally held on the Stem Magnet Academy campus on Fri…

Pictured is the 2019 Catholic High School-Pointe Coupee homecoming court, which was presented Sept. 18. Members of the court are, from left: Makenzi Vielee, Kamryn Newchurch, Ryley Hopkins, Lauren Lemoine, Sa’Mya Harlaux, Ashlyn Pinsonat, Jenna Guidry, Kaitlyn Dugas, Maecie Vince, Morgan LeB…

BRCC New Roads has partnered with the BRCC Libraries to bring a Free Little Library to the New Roads site at 605 Hospital Road.  The Little Free Library is an organization that works with individuals, schools, libraries, and others to help inspire reading, build a sense of community, and enc…

232 years ago today the constitution was signed. In recognition of that mark in our country’s history two representatives from the Alexander Stirling Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution out of St. Franscisville, Mary Ellen Duhon and Patsy Langlois, set out on a mission to cel…

On Thursday, September 19, 2019, Lakeview Manor Nursing Home celebrated Safari Day. Our day began with the residents and staff all dressed in Safari attire and ready for the show. Most of the staff participated as well. We had a special visit from the Baton Rouge Wildlife on Wheels with litt…

Miss Caroline Grace-Margaret Canezaro and Mr. Rene’ Michael Thibodeaux II were united in the Sacrament of Holy Matrimony on the evening of Friday, September 06, 2019 at Saint Mary Catholic Church of False River in New Roads.  The Reverend Mike Schatzle officiated the Nuptial Mass.

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Howard Gandy are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Anna Magee, to Mr. John Lane Ewing, Jr, son of Mrs. Jeanne Noelie Grezaffi and Mr. John Lane Ewing, Sr., both of New Roads, Louisiana. The wedding will be held November 15, 2019 in New Orleans.  

On Wednesday, August 28, 2019, Lakeview Manor Nursing Home celebrated a day of great food, great music & lots of fun with our “2019” Hawaiian Luau. Everyone was dressed out in the Luau spirit, some wearing beautiful colored flowered leis. We were all entertained with great DJ music playi…

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