Lake Rewind: November 19, 2019

Ronnie from St Tammany Parish Government, Miranda and Cheryl from Hospice and Mike Brandner were all in the studio today. Ronnie wanted to remind everyone that the Household Hazardous Waste Day that had to be rescheduled due to weather coming up this weekend. You can find out more in the interview below. Miranda and Cheryl…

Vaping Related Death in Louisiana

The Louisiana Department of Health says a patient has died of vaping-related illness, the first such death in the state. Citing medical privacy laws, officials did not say where it happened. Officials say they urge people to recognize the dangers of vaping and to stop vaping until more is known about the specific causes of…

Southeastern Dedicates Science Building

Southeastern Louisiana University formally dedicated the Biology Building last week. The building façade will now bear the name “Thelma Ryan Biology Building.” In 2017, Southeastern received the largest single donation in its history, an endowment totaling $10 million, from Seth W. Ryan, a 1953 Southeastern business graduate who passed away in March that same year.…

Pair Indicted in Slidell Shooting

DA Warren Montgomery reports that a St. Tammany Parish grand jury has indicted 30 YO Jules Clinton Johnson of Slidell, and 31 YO Tony Smith, of Slidell, with second degree murder in the shooting death of a 43-year-old man earlier this year. Johnson also was indicted with possession of a firearm or carrying a concealed…

Olde Towne Community Christmas Parade

Mayor Greg Cromer is inviting the community to participate in the inaugural Olde Towne Slidell Community Christmas Parade on Saturday, December 7 at 6 p.m. beginning in front of City Hall at 2055 Second Street. People and groups are welcome to come out dressed in creative Christmas costumes, and walk or roll through the route…