Features

Dr. Robin Dale opens family practice in his hometown

Dr. Robin Dale opens family practice in his hometo...

After spending time working for both Oschner and Our Lady of the Lake Healthcare Providers, Dr. Robin Dale...

Pennington recruiting for TIGER Kids research study

Pennington recruiting for TIGER Kids research stud...

Three quarters of children in the United States are not meeting physical activity recommendations, according...

Clifton Brown and the Rusty Bucket Band: as country as it gets

Clifton Brown and the Rusty Bucket Band: as countr...

As a child growing up in Denham Springs, whenever Clifton Brown would pick up his guitar and sing it was...

Business & Community News

Majestic 200-year-old Watson Live Oak taken down

Limb by limb the live oak was removed. After receiving an email from licensed arborist Jason Badon, among many other concerned Livingston Parish officials, the Watson community had no choice but to...

Old South Jamboree steeped in history

If you are a country music fan, these local shows are for you! One of Louisiana’s longest-running family country and gospel shows. Visit the Old South Jamboree in Walker on the first Saturday of...

Have You Heard

Main Street group seeks flood memorabilia for permanent exhibit The members of the Denham Springs Main Street group is planning an exhibit for Old City Hall (OCH) to commemorate the one-year...

Around Town

LIVINGSTON PARISH Old South Jamboree in Walker Visit the Old South Jamboree in Walker on the first Saturday of every month for a show that includes many local singers. Admission for adults is $10,...

Around the Library

Here is a sampling of the many varied activities for all ages at the Livingston Parish libraries. For a complete listing and details, see the calendar at mylpl.info or visit or call any branch. Note...

Dr. Robin Dale opens family practice in his hometown

After spending time working for both Oschner and Our Lady of the Lake Healthcare Providers, Dr. Robin Dale has branched out on his own. Dr. Dale opened his family practice in the Dixon Medical and...

Troubling Times Are Upon Us

As I sit here in my office on a beautiful, early Sunday morning, I am amazed at what I continue to hear regarding the unrest throughout the world. Everywhere you go or turn to it’s evident through...

Chamber Dateline

Livingston Parish Chamber Chamber Expo served up information and a cook-off The 2017 Livingston Parish Chamber of Commerce Expo May 2 feature booths where visitors could pick up information about...

A call to participate in rebuilding your city

Denham Springs has started to work on a new flood recovery plan which they hope will chart the course for thoughtful and viable projects that will get the city not only “back” but better. This...

Denham Springs working on long-term recovery plan

Before Easter, the Louisiana Office of Community Development Disaster Recovery Unit met with Mayor Gerard Landry and extended an offer of assistance in the city’s long-term community recovery...

In the Know

Livingston Parish has a strong real estate market

A little over 6 months have passed since the flood of 2016 and one of the main questions asked immediately following the disastrous event is still asked daily: “What will happen to the Real Estate...

Best benefit: outpatient therapy vs home health

When you have pain, there is ALWAYS an emotion with it. If you are experiencing acute pain (recent pain) you typically have fear and frustration around it. Fear of, “What does the pain mean”? What...

Financial gifts – and tips – for new graduates

It’s graduation season again. If your child is graduating from high school or college, you have reason to celebrate. But what should you give to your newly minted diploma holder? You might want to...

Edward Livingston Historical Association Genealogy

It is with sadness that I make the following announcement of the death of one of our oldest members of ELHA–Edward Livingston Historical Assn. He descends from a number of the pioneer families...

The time to save is now

The Bank of Zachary was proud to add our voice to the thousands of organizations that encouraged Americans to save money, reduce debt and build wealth as part of “America Saves Week,” held February...

Your lawn needs help to recover from 2016 weather

It was a rough year for lawns; our average rainfall was in excess of 80 inches last year. We had a spring flood for some and an August flood for many. In addition, there was the tropical sod webworm...

Cuba beckons – but is not yet a sanctioned destination

“Travel makes you modest. You see what a tiny place you occupy in the world.” – Gustave Flaubert I’ve always been fascinated by Cuba. Cuban friends that grew up on the island, pre-Castro, described...

How to fix most common Wi-Fi problems

Over the last several years, internet speeds and Wi-Fi have improved significantly. Across the board, data speeds are faster and wireless connections are more reliable than ever. Unfortunately, this...

Seller’s obligation to disclose: flooded house info

Seller’s obligation to disclose and what that means for your flooded house As a real estate attorney, I’ve seen my share of the bizarre. Just recently, I received this exact email from a fellow...

Statin drugs can benefit almost everyone

“What should I do about my cholesterol? I’m so confused. One doctor says I don’t need it, another says I do. I see stuff on TV and the internet about bad side effects. I even heard Lipitor causes...