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Police chief answers questions about beggars

Police chief answers questions about beggars

Editor August 8, 2014 Comments Off

By KEVIN CHIRI Slidell news bureau SLIDELL – There are differing opinions about whether Slidell has seen an increase of “beggars” on the sides of the interstate exit roads of late. Calls and e-mails

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Hyundai of Slidell gives ‘Hope’ to cancer patients

Hyundai of Slidell gives ‘Hope’ to cancer patients

Editor August 8, 2014 Comments Off

By CHRISSY SMITH Slidell news bureau SLIDELL – Hyundai of Slidell joined forces with Hyundai Hope on Wheels by letting young cancer patients make handprints on the dealership’s pelican in Slidell. Hyundai Hope on

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Being a city official is a tough job

Being a city official is a tough job

Editor August 8, 2014 Comments Off

There are a lot of familiar faces at the Slidell City Council meetings these days, but there are also a few new ones. Warren Crockett, Val Vanney and Glynn Pichon are the three newcomers,

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Organization seeking nominations for awards

Organization seeking nominations for awards

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By KEVIN CHIRI Slidell news bureau SLIDELL – Sue Cheveallier is looking forward to celebrating her 50th wedding anniversary next year, but don’t think the St. Tammany resident is looking for her retirement chair.

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Blood drive for 2-year-old Saturday

Blood drive for 2-year-old Saturday

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By KEVIN CHIRI Slidell news bureau SLIDELL – Chris Miller said that his little girl has reminded him many times to “not sweat the small things.” That’s because Miller looks at his baby, 2-year-old

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Residents appeal The Bluffs rezoning

Residents appeal The Bluffs rezoning

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By JOHN BINDER Slidell news bureau SLIDELL – Over 100 residents of The Bluffs subdivision and Herwig Bluff Road are appealing a decision to rezone property which would allow large scale animal related functions

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Brister seeks review

Brister seeks review

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By KEVIN CHIRI Slidell news bureau SLIDELL – St. Tammany Parish President Pat Brister is asking Louisiana Legislative Auditor Daryl Pupera to assign “emergency auditors” to review the finances of the 22nd Judicial Court

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‘Sunrise’ in flames

‘Sunrise’ in flames

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By KEVIN CHIRI Slidell news bureau SLIDELL – One of Slidell’s popular restaurants was completely destroyed by fire in the early morning hours on Monday, when the Sunrise on Second restaurant was consumed by

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Fracking permit denied

Fracking permit denied

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LACOMBE – For now, fracking will not happen in St. Tammany Parish. The Louisiana Geological Survey and Army Corps of Engineers’ invalidated Helis Oil & Gas Co.’s application for a permit for a proposed

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Portfolio Asset Class Update by Charles Marsala

Portfolio Asset Class Update by Charles Marsala

Editor August 1, 2014 Comments Off

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Portfolio Asset Class Update by Charles Marsala

Portfolio Asset Class Update by Charles Marsala

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Portfolio Asset Class Update by Charles Marsala

Portfolio Asset Class Update by Charles Marsala

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Portfolio Asset Class Update by Charles Marsala

Portfolio Asset Class Update by Charles Marsala

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Obituaries from July 31, 2014

Obituaries from July 31, 2014

Editor August 1, 2014 Comments Off

Henry G. Gillaspy, a native of Monticello, MS, and a resident of Slidell, passed away on Thursday, July 24, 2014, in Slidell. He was 81 years old. He was the husband of Elizabeth Farrow

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This year’s birthday reminds me that I am actually aging

This year’s birthday reminds me that I am actually aging

Editor August 1, 2014 Comments Off

Today I am 37 years old. This happens every single year, my birthday. And it never fails to surprise me. In my head, I haven’t aged much. I mean, I have changed, in good

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Mom and pop pharmacy now open in Slidell

Mom and pop pharmacy now open in Slidell

Editor July 30, 2014 Comments Off

By KEVIN CHIRI Slidell news bureau SLIDELL – There is so much about John Finnan that makes him fit in a “mom and pop pharmacy.” Finnan recently opened Finnan’s Family Pharmacy in the Cross

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Wine Market owner begins profitable second business

Wine Market owner begins profitable second business

Editor July 30, 2014 Comments Off

By CHRISSY SMITH Slidell news bureau SLIDELL — Pyramid schemes are something everyone has heard about. From Mary Kay to Plexus Slim, thousands of people are finding ways to sell different products and some

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Great cancer benefit coming up this Friday

Great cancer benefit coming up this Friday

Editor July 30, 2014 Comments Off

I recently did an interview with Dr. Gus Suarez, now the chairman of the board for the Thomas-McMahon Foundation, an organization on the North Shore that is dedicated to helping cancer patients with a

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Slidell library set to re-open in September

Slidell library set to re-open in September

Editor July 30, 2014 Comments Off

By KEVIN CHIRI Slidell news bureau SLIDELL – Brighter lights, automatic doors, new ceiling tiles and good air conditioning. Those are all great new features that will be found by patrons of the Slidell

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City Council seeks funding for bike path

City Council seeks funding for bike path

Editor July 30, 2014 Comments Off

By DAVID FOLSE II Slidell news bureau SLIDELL—The Slidell City Council passed a resolution to try and capture federal funding to improve bicycle and pedestrian accessibility at the intersection of Front Street and Fremaux

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