Asphalt work on Florida Boulevard between Denham Springs and Walker will require intermittent lane closures next week, according to the state …
Asphalt work on Florida Boulevard between Denham Springs and Walker will require intermittent lane closures next week, according to the state Department of Transportation and Development. Read more
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DENHAM SPRINGS -- Holden turned in a solid weekend, going 3-0 in the Robbie Spangler Tournament with a 3-2 win over Dutchtown in which Olivia Lackie struck out 15 on Friday, followed by a 2-1 victory over Walker and a 2-0 win over Live Oak on Saturday.
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- BASEBALL | Albin shines on mound, offense breaks out as Denham crunches Byrd 16-3
- BASEBALL | Eagles' offense erupts for a 13-10 triumph over Dutchtown in tournament play
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Kristen D'Layne Chambers and Garreth Brent Ardoin were married in a ceremony on Saturday, December 30, 2017, at St. Philip Neri Catholic Church in Kinder, Louisiana. Father Keith Pellerin officiated.