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In Memory of 'TJ'

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LHS Golf Tournament
Loranger High is hosting a golf tournament on Monday, August 5.
The tournament will be a four person scramble (18 holes) with a shotgun start at CAM2 Golf Club at Springview in Amite.
Prizes will be awarded to the top two teams and individual pr ... « more »

Andrea J. Pardo

On Wednesday, June 19, 2019, Andrea J. Pardo passed away at the. . .

Charles Johnson

Charles Johnson, 65, resident of Hammond, passed away on June. . .

Terrance Shelby Allen

Amite High School Sophomore #64, Terrance Shelby Allen passed. . .

Andrea J. Pardo

Andrea J. Pardo, 62, died Wednesday, June 19,. . .

Charles Johnson

Charles Johnson, 65, of Hammond, died Tuesday, June 18, 2019;. . .

Terrance Shelby Allen

Terrance Shelby Allen, 15, died Tuesday, June 18, 2019; service. . .

Gladys Wright

Gladys Wright, 75, resident of Inglewood, CA, passed away June. . .

Mr. George Andrew Malnar Sr.

Mr. George Andrew Malnar Sr., age 78 of Tickfaw, Louisiana,. . .

Leon Dunn, Sr.

Leon Dunn, Sr., age 89, a resident of Kentwood, LA , died on. . .

Jessie Davis

Jessie Davis 66, resident of Tickfaw, LA, passed away June 15,. . .

In Memory of 'TJ'

BALLOONS TO THE SKY -- Mourners release balloons in memory of Terrance Shelby Allen at Amite High School's football field Friday evening. Allen, age 15, was an Amite High School student and football player. He died Tuesday due to undetermined health problems.

Hammond's Alford gives team cleats

Caleb Lay/Daily Star

HOMETOWN HERO RETURNS -- Robert Alford speaks to the Hammond football team after giving the Tors cleats to wear in games this season.

Hammond-native Robert Alford returned to his alma mater to do something he's always wanted to do for the kids from his hometown -- give back. On Thursday, June 20, Alford returned to Hammond High to give the Tornados football team new cleats for the team to wear du. . . more »

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Fine Arts Showcase

GREEN LIGHT -- Art enthusiasts Farley Lobdell (left) and Fay Bright study artist Miro Hoffman's work titled "Green Light New Orleans Teaching Garden: Uptown New Orleans, La." at Southeastern Louisiana University's Fine Arts Showcase held Tuesday in the President's Residence. The annual event highlights painting, sculpture and photography from over 40 Louisiana artists.