Monday Jul 28
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Hot Art in a Cool Space
The North Shore Unitarian Universalist Society holds Hot Art in a Cool Space, its 12th annual fine art show and sale, from noon to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 2-3, at 28662 Krentel Road, Lacombe.
St. Joseph's Mother's Day Out in Gretna gets new director
During its summer program, St. Joseph Mother's Day Out had a Science Week, during which the children created "clouds" made by heating Ivory soap bars in the microwave.
Kona Ice: New Orleans food truck guide
The fun 'Cajun Sisters' take you on a tour of what is believed to be the first food truck permanently headquartered on the north shore, Kona Ice.
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Doctors using genes to personalize health treatments
Having a bad reaction to a medication is one of the leading causes of hospitalizations and death.
Sudden infant death will be topic of seminar sponsored by St. Tammany coroner
Sudden Unexpected Infant Death and the most recent science regarding it will be the focus of a two-day seminar sponsored by the St. Tammany Parish Coroner's Office.
In latest budget talks, police take cut
The city council met to vote on a second budget proposal Monday evening but a vote won't take place for another two weeks since two amendments were made and accepted dealing with the spending plan.
"Hot Art In A Cool Space" fine arts show is coming soon: Lacombe Town Talk
Mark your calendars for the twelfth annual fine art show and sale of "Hot Art In A Cool Space" on Aug. 2 and Aug. 3 from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. both days.
Police: Driver booked with vehicular homicide
Louisiana State Police say a 28-year-old man has been booked with vehicular homicide after his pickup truck hit a tree, killing a 54-year-old woman and critically injuring another woman.
Village Church members start a community garden project: Lacombe Town Talk
Ruthanne Johnson, a member of the Village Church-Lutheran in Lacombe is spearheading a community garden project.
Former Lacombe-area fire chief pleads not guilty to felony theft charge
Charles Flynn III, the former St. Tammany Fire District No. 3 chief, has been indicted for theft over $1,500.