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Don't Be a Stage Mom!

Category is Entertainment Thibodaux
After eight hours of auditions staged over three days and 70 people trying out, I am happy to say that the casting of the Thibodaux Playhouse production of Annie is just about over (we still need a few more guys for some supporting roles). There was a lot of good talent that showed up, as well as some "what we're...

The Role of Local Government

You're at home enjoying the evening. Suddenly you start feeling the pangs of a heart attack. Do you call 911 or check your bank account first? If you answered bank account, it's not because you're worried about a hospital bill, it's because you're worried about a 911 bill. There are certain things that each level of government is suppose to...

Daily Comet NOT Looking Out for Local Residents

On December 19, the Daily Comet ran a story about the Lafourche Parish government announcing it was going to give businesses and residents the opportunity to receive local news and information from parish government through an email service. The need was sparked because of comments made following Hurricanes Gustav and Ike about residents who evacuated turning to email to receive...

City of Thibodaux PSA#10

The curfew within the City of Thibodaux and Lafourche Parish has been changed effective immediately from 8:00 p.m. until 6:00 a.m. until further notice. Residents returning to the area are encouraged to bring supplies with them and to be as self-sufficient as possible upon return. There are limited resources available for residents expecting to stay in the city. The Lafourche...

Willie Ray Joseph Orgeron (1934 - 2008)

Many in Southeast Louisiana are mourning the passing of Deacon Willie Orgeron, who died in his Thibodaux home on Saturday, March 29th, 2008. Deacon Willie, a well-regarded church and civic figure, is survived by his wife of 51 years, Margaret Ann Boudreaux Orgeron and four sons: Ray Joseph Orgeron & his wife Malese, of Woodstock, Georgia; Ricky James Orgeron...

Postal Meter Maids?

Category is Thibodaux
Many residents of Thibodaux, LA recently found out their curb side mailboxes were not at the proper height, including yours truly. According to the slip of paper I received in my mailbox, in early February the Postal Meter Maid took a yard stick to our mailboxes and found many of them lacking. My paper told me that my mailbox had...

Just a Little Common Sense

Just a Little Common Sense Here in South Louisiana, we are used to seeing rain. Lots of rain, in a very short period of time. It may not happen every week or even every month, but I'm sure you can count on a heavy down pour at least once every quarter. Since we do get these heavy down pours on...

Thibodaux and Lafourche Spring Elections

Category is Thibodaux
Saturday, May 31, 2007 is election day in Louisiana and there are a few items for voters to vote on. Most residents will only have one choice to make, although some will have two. What is most surprising to me is that I am only learning three days before the election that there is something on the ballot for me...

What, indeed, do we stand for?

Category is Thibodaux
Is the City of Thibodaux to become a small-scale version of the City of New Orleans in which someone thinks they see a case of racism in a historical figure, such as President George Washington, therefore any schools named after them must be renamed? In the recent letter by Laura Millet, published Oct. 19, 2006, in the Daily Comet, Miss...
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