I am incredibly blessed that the fine folks at TSM allow me to do what I enjoy every day. I am married to my high school sweetheart, and he still makes me feel like the prettiest girl in the room (even though I wake up looking like a troll!). I adore him, our three children, and our grand-daughter who calls me "Gigi." I love the beach and spending quiet weekends with my husband at home listening to great country music! I cut my teeth back in the day on Randy Travis, George Strait, The Judds, Reba, and Garth Brooks. However, I am a fan of today's stars like Luke Bryan, Carrie Underwood, Keith Urban, Drake White, and all the other talented musicians paving their own paths.
The Pumpkin Patch Is Open At Holy Trinity Episcopal Church!
Just in time for decorating, the Pumpkin Patch is open now through October 31 at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Sulphur.
Deadline To Apply For Flood Assistance Is October 13th And What To Do If You’ve Been Denie…
October 13 is the deadline to apply for FEMA assistance if your home or business was affected by the August flooding. Also, officials with FEMA say your claim may still be viable if you've been denied.
October- The Month To Celebrate Just About Everything!
October brings to mind thoughts of Halloween, Breast Cancer Awareness, and the colors of fall. But did you know there are at least 113 other causes and celebrations commemorated during the month of October?
Baton Rouge Teen “Lucky To Be Alive” After Rear-Ending Bus, Getting Trapped In Car [VIDEO]
Authorities in Baton Rouge told WBRZ reporter Michael Vinsanau a teenage girl is "lucky to be alive" after she rear-ended a school bus Thursday morning and got trapped in her car.
Sulphur High Students Set A Great Example For Homecoming
On Friday, September 24, Miss Claire Conrad was crowned the 2016 Homecoming queen during ceremonies at the Sulphur High School football game. What a fantastic example she and her fellow students set for everyone!
Five Odd Scholarships For Your Senior To Apply For And Others You May Not Know About!
My son is a high school senior, and my stomach lurched when the Louisiana legislature essentially laid waste to the TOPS program. Like many parents, I am searching for alternate ways to pay for college. His guidance counselor gave us the link to a nifty website featuring several odd scholarships I d…
St. Theresa Bon Ton Festival This Weekend
If family fun and good food are what you're looking for this weekend, head down highway 27 to Carlyss for the St. Theresa Bon Ton Festival.
One of My Favorite Places: The Grand Opera House of the South
One of my favorite places, The Grand Opera House of the South in Crowley, opens its 2016-17 season Friday night with performances by Sonny Landreth and Roddie Romero.
Classic Cars And Boudin Wars In Sulphur Saturday
Heritage Square in Sulphur will be looking and smelling fantastic on Saturday when the Stars and Stripes Car Show revs up, and the Boudin Wars begin.
Rockefeller Refuge Hours Limited While Hunters Harvest Nuisance Alligators
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries announced that Rockefeller Wildlife Refuge will delay opening each day for at least a week while hunters harvest nuisance alligators.
Save These If You’re a Tropical Weather Geek Like Me
I don't want any hurricanes coming near Louisiana's precious coast, but those tropical systems fascinate me. I found ways through my years of being in the public information business to get the information the experts look at, even if I can't interpret or understand it. If you are a m…
West Nile Virus Risk Expected To Rise As Flood Water Recedes
State health officials say the risk of contracting West Nile virus is expected to rise as water from recent flooding across south Louisiana recedes. The year started off relatively slowly in terms of the number of cases. However, that's where the good news stops.