Lane Family Practice is offering third doses of the COVID-19 vaccine to immunocompromised people, a news release said.
Lt. Gov. Billy Nungesser and the Division of Historic Preservation announced Louisiana Main Street has received $749,000 in Paul Bruhn Historic Revitalization Grants through the National Park Service.
Is finding a place for vegetables in the morning a challenge for you? A bowl of broccoli is not very appealing with a bowl of cornflakes for breakfast. Why not make a brunch out of your breakfast? Try some of these ideas for brunch as breakfast:
The decade leading to the 2020 census showed population declines across the Felicianas, but parish leaders see either no need for alarm or attribute the losses to natural demographic trends in the area.
4-H allows youth to explore their passions and discover new interests, a news release said. With over 36 different project areas, there is something for everyone.
The East Feliciana Parish Police Jury voted Monday to transfer $600,000 to its general fund account to pay for preliminary work on a road overlay project next year.
Walmart pharmacies are offering walk-up and community flu shot clinics. The pharmacies are also offering COVID-19 vaccines. Customers can receive a low-cost flu and free COVID-19 vaccine at the same time, if they choose.
The Better Business Bureau of South Central Louisiana is warning the public of a grant scam targeting local consumers and small businesses.
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries is warning hunters and anglers that danger lurks in the debris and hazards left in waterways and hunting areas in the southeast region of the state by Hurricane Ida.
The West Feliciana Parish Council voted Monday to notify the owners of six properties, including Councilman Melvin Young, that they are in violation of the parish’s nuisance ordinance.
After what can only be characterized as a disappointing start at Zachary on week one, the West Feliciana Saints bounced back in a massive way Friday with a dominant performance over Glen Oaks High School.
Superintendent Keisha L. Netterville and the East Feliciana Parish School Board recognized the district’s Students of the Month at the board’s meeting Sept. 7.
State Rep. Roy D. Adams asked the East Feliciana Parish Police Jury to coordinate with him during emergencies, and jurors asked him to do the same, according to a recording of the jury’s Sept. 7 meeting.
A graphic incorporating a Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries logo is circulating on social media erroneously stating that the agency will not issue new hunting licenses to anyone who can’t show proof of a COVID-19 vaccination.
The Louisiana Farm Bureau Federation is engaging the Louisiana Farm Bureau Foundation Disaster Relief Fund for the second time in as many years in response to damage caused by Hurricane Ida.
To help reduce hospitalization rates, Lane Regional Medical Center has expanded its Infusion Center to administer monoclonal antibodies to COVID-19 patients who meet treatment criteria, a news release said.
As many people are aware, situations are changing constantly in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida. Here are various notes about Zachary, Baker and the Felicianas as of lunchtime Sept. 3.
In the wake of damage caused by Hurricane Ida, the BBB offers the following tips to help people decide where to direct donations to assist storm victims and their families:
Rosedown Plantation State Historic Site Manager Trish Aleshire recently received a sign designating the garden a member of the American Camellia Society’s Camellia Trail from members of the American Camellia Society.
St. Francisville residents Mark and Stacey Foretich were attempting to remove a fallen pecan tree blocking their driveway Aug. 30 when they got a call that a tree had fallen on the Wilson home of Stacey Foretich’s father.
An estimated 2,200 Helping Hands volunteers from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints arrived in Louisiana last week to help Hurricane Ida victims.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Ida, the Home Builder Association of Greater Baton Rouge encourages all residents to research contractors to avoid paying for substandard home repairs.
Low-interest federal disaster loans are available to Louisiana businesses and residents as a result of President Joe Biden’s major disaster declaration, said Isabella Casillas Guzman, U.S. Small Business Administration administrator.
Residents needing help with fallen trees, drywall, flooring, appliance removal, tarping roofs and mold mitigation can call (844) 965-1386 for help from Crisis Cleanup.
In her address to Louisiana Tech University’s summer 2021 graduates, India Carroll shared lessons “only life and experience can bring, things as old and as basic as time itself, but lessons important to learn for your happiness and success.”
As jamborees begin and the regular season inches closer and closer, it is time to take a look at yet another local program setting up for an exciting campaign this fall. This week, it is Slaughter Community Charter, led by new coach William Myers.
Baton Rouge and surrounding communities should expect to see the worst of Hurricane Ida from around 10 p.m. Sunday to 1 a.m. Monday, the National Weather Service says.
U.S. Reps. Garret Graves and Julia Letlow recently met with public officials, residents and businesses leaders in East Feliciana Parish to address their limited access to reliable internet service.
LSU awarded 969 degrees during the university’s 305th commencement exercises Aug. 13. The 969 degrees awarded was an all-time record for any summer commencement at the university.
A third dose of COVID-19 vaccine is available for moderately to severely immunocompromised people at Lane Family Practice, a news release said.
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The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries and Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Foundation will hold the next Mini Becoming an Outdoor Woman workshop, Fowl Language, on Oct. 2 at the Waddill Wildlife Refuge.