Mayor Cromer stressed being prepared in our conversation this morning. He also talked about the steps his city has taken to get ready for weather related events. Hear him below.
Brandi and Joey Najolia from Cafe Lynn came in with Christina Cooper from the St Tammany Tourist and Convention Commission. They talked about an event going on right now that helps our local attractions. Learn more about it here or in the interview below. As a husband and wife team, Joey and Brandi opened Cafe…
6:40 Q: When it comes to wedding proposals, 11% of people have done this…? A: Proposed without a ring Winner: Kelly Gauthier from Covington! 7:10 Kids Loot Q: The perfect one of these is about 6 inches in diameter. What is it? A: The perfect pancake Winner: Rachel Turner from Hammond! 7:40 Q: When it…
Rich Kramer from Florida Parishes Human Services Authority spoke to us about options for people locally if they are suffering from substance abuse or mental health issues. Hear her explain it in the interview below.
Kathy LeBlanc from Cedarwood School spoke to us about things are going so far this year and elaborated on some of the changes parents can expect no matter where their kids go to school.
We had a crew in from STHS to talk about Monster Mash. Hear Tim, Lori, Melanie and Brad talk about how great Monster Mash will be this year. It will be drive-thru and tickets must be purchased in advance. Hear them below.
Parish President Mike Cooper spoke to us about Covid and Governor Edwards. He spoke about the letter he sent to Baton Rouge and other details about moving the economy forward. Hear him below.
6:40 Q: This is the first thing most people think about everyday. What is it? A: Sleep Winner: Jackie Dumas from Ponchy! 7:10 Kids Loot Q: Almost 3 out of 4 moms say this is the most effective way to discipline their kids. What? A: Take away their video games Winner: Anna Kate McDavid from…
David is the President Elect of the St Tammany Chamber of Commerce. He talked about events they are rolling out in the next few months and also how they are working now to help local businesses survive COVID.
Alexandra came by from Northshore Humane Society and brought along Blue. Blue is a weeks old puppy who was abandoned with four other siblings and is now in the care of the NS Humane Society. Hear her talk about it in the interview below.