WALKER - Motorists will have to use an alternate route until at least the end of the month as road closures continue at the Interstate 12\La. 447 interchange. Read more
- Condemnation proceedings on Walker City Council agenda
- Walker High construction, class offerings not slowing down
- Cabins opening to complete Tickfaw State Park return from flood
- PASSING THE TORCH | Transition phase moves into gear for incoming Livingston Parish Clerk of Court
- MUDDY MEMORY | Two years after the great flood, attempts at prevention continue
Walker High senior Tiara Young has officially pushed her recruiting process from idle into overdrive.
- COLLEGE FOOTBALL | Southeastern looks to mix of veterans, newcomers to continue rushing success
- Cancer benefit dinner set for McChristian family
- COLLEGE FOOTBALL | Big plays from offense, defense highlight Southeastern's Saturday practice
- SOFTBALL | DSHS outfielder Minor has impressive resume', looks forward to Mississippi College
- SOFTBALL | 'I always pictured myself playing in college': DSHS pitcher Parker commits to Hinds
- Kenny Sharpe: Tips for taking the sting out of pesky yellow jackets, bumblebees
- Families, self-advocates, and caregivers come together for Friends & Family Luau
- List of upcoming events for Smithsonian’s Water/Ways Exhibit
- Southeastern Louisiana University faculty, staff receive top awards at convocation
- Participants graduate from Southern University's sustainable gardening training series
- OPINION | Steve Chapman: Rename Austin over slavery? How about Washington?
- OPINION | Patrick Buchanan: Would Iran war doom Trump?
- OPINION | John Dupont: Race for interim secretary looks intriguing
- OPINION | Editorial: Post-flood life: The good, bad, ugly
- OPINON | Call & Comment published Thursday, Aug. 9, 2018
Southeastern Louisiana University student Amanda Triay with the Southeastern Channel earned a second-place international film award for her short documentary on Hammond resident Benny Latino’s remarkable recovery of his speech after suffering a stroke.
- Arts Council of Livingston Parish seeks artwork for upcoming book
- Acorn Theatre delights audiences in Shakespeare’s ‘The Tempest’
- Acorn Theatre presents ‘The Tempest’ | Photo Gallery
- Arts Council of Livingston Parish on the rise since Great Flood of 2016
- Arts Council to host classes for high schoolers, adults
Mr. and Mrs. Barry Boothe are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter, Amanda Kathryn Boothe, to Dakota Kade Sparks, son of Kylie Sparks of Denham Springs and Alicia Sparks of Baton Rouge.