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SEPT. 21

PONCHATOULA FARMERS MARKET
Ponchatoula
Country Market, 10 E Pine St.
Noon - 4 p.m.
Open every Friday
For more information, call 985-386-9580.

SEPT. 22

A NIGHT IN LITTLE ITALY
Independence Italian Cultura ... « more »

Happy Birthday!


Happy birthday today to my dad, Bobby Day! I love you the most! -- Jenny

Happy Birthday!


He's "Nick" to some, "Louis" to others, "Sir" to his troops, "Councilman" to his constituents and countless others know him by other monikers and titles. We say happy birthday today to Mr. Joseph. Have a great day. Thank you for all you do!

How barge was discovered in lake


Mrs. Helen

Schlosser Burg and her family.

By WAYNE NORWOOD "Louisiana Treasures"
Ruddock, Napton or Wagram, as some of the locals called it, and Frenier were located in St. John the Baptist Parish just south ofManchac.
Settled in 1850, they prospered until Sept. 29, 1915, when a hurricane with no name dest

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Warriors rout Tigers in district opener


Ryne Berthelot/Daily Star

DEEP BALL -- Amani Gilmore (3) looks downfield for an open receiver during Friday's 35-0 win against Independence.

From the moment Amite kicked off in its 35-0 win Friday, Independence coach Scott Shaffett put quarterback DeAngelo Gaines in game-manager mode.
Gaines, looking over his shoulder at a running play clock before each snap, methodically moved the Tigers' offense just . . . more »

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Sixty years


CLASS OF 1958 -- Attending the Hammond High School Class of 1958's reunion Sept. 15 at Oak Knoll Country Club are, from left, first row, Mary Lou Magro Guillot, Peggy Moore Richards, Raye Lee Osborn Simpson, Bonnie Daniels Howell, Ann Midland Simmons, Deanna Monteleone Sarow, Joe Pediscalzo; second row, JoAnn Santangelo O'Neill, Joe Locascio, Mary Ellen Penton Snell, Haydn Berry, Jenny Echols Bankston, Gayle Champaign Sprayberry, Sandra Hughes Simmons, George Gaudeau, Harold Rogers; and in the third row, Sidney Durbin, Lewis Lehman, John Poyner, Guy Jenkis, Sonny Yokum and Richard Perkins.