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Twin sisters Jo and Joy Banner invite you to stop by Fee-Fo-Lay Café, located on the River Road in Wallace (about 1/4 of a mile from the Veterans Memorial Bridge) for a delicious cup of coffee, a plate of fresh beignets and a look into their family’s h
Wildcat defensive back Tyrin Bastian (#29) picks off a pass during last Friday’s first round playoff win over the Mansfield Wolverines. The Wildcats won 28-0 and will now travel to Shreveport this Friday to face Green Oaks. Photo by Oliver Hooker
D’Wanye Winfield carries the ball during last Saturday’s opening round of the 3A playoffs. The Bulldogs fell 47-21 to the Booker T. Washington Lions Photo by David Dufresne
Long-time Gramercy Alderwoman Betty Cooper-Coleman Passes On
St. James Parish Thanks And Honors All Who Served To Protect Our Freedoms

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GovernorJohn Bel Edwards

When Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards made a campaign stop in St. James Parish on November 1st, he vehemently stressed to the standing room only crowd that packed the St.

Newly appointed Gramercy Alderwoman Barbara Woods.

The Gramercy Mayor and Board of Aldermen met in special session on Monday evening to appoint a person to fill the void left on the Board of Aldermen due to the recent passing of longtime Alderwoman

Sports

Wildcat defensive back Tyrin Bastian (#29) picks off a pass during last Friday’s first round playoff win over the Mansfield Wolverines. The Wildcats won 28-0 and will now travel to Shreveport this Friday to face Green Oaks. Photo by Oliver Hooker

The St. James Wildcat football team began the Class 3A state playoffs with yet another shutout victory, this time over the visiting Mansfield Wolverines.

D’Wanye Winfield carries the ball during last Saturday’s opening round of the 3A playoffs. The Bulldogs fell 47-21 to the Booker T. Washington Lions Photo by David Dufresne

The 2019 Lutcher Bulldog football season came to an end last Saturday at City Park’s Pan American Stadium as the Booker T.

The Lutcher Lady Bulldog Volleyball team saw its season come to an end when the Westlake Rams came away with a 25-17, 25-18, 25-20, 25-15 victory in a Division III quarterfinal playoff played at th

Opinion

 Harold Keller

Veterans Day - Albert Ludwig

I realize we celebrated Veteran’s Day two weeks ago, but I think any time is a good time to remember our veterans.

Ronny Michel

I shouldn’t have done it. I shouldn’t have bought a Christmas wreath this early. Now all I want to do is decorate. But I refuse. I will not neglect Thanksgiving.

Liz Wahl André

“No Gag Order on the Church”

Lifestyle

Israelite Baptist Church Pastor Kevin Fredericks Honored For 29-Years Of Service

The Lutcher Mayor and Board of Aldermen, during their October meeting, unanimously voted to pass a proclamation in honor of Pastor Kevin Fredericks, who has served 29 years as Pastor of Israelite B

Ladies’ Night Out Education Celebrates The “New” At St. James Parish Hospital

St. James Parish Hospital recently hosted its annual Pink Ribbon Ladies’ Night Out at the St. Peter Chanel Gym.

Happy Birthday

Happy Birthday to Rechell Hall of Edgard on November 6th. May God bless you on this special day. Love, from your family and friends.

Obituaries

DUHE

Barry James Duhe, age 64 passed away on November 14, 2019 surrounded by his loving family. He was a native of Lutcher, LA and a resident of Paulina, LA.

ST. JUDE NOVENA

BOURGEOIS

Nolan “Jimmy” Bourgeois, age 88, passed away on Monday, November 11, 2019 at the Southeast Louisiana Veterans Home in Reserve, LA. Nolan was a native and resident of Garyville, LA.

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