Our own Sarah Cottrell joined us to talk about the new EDGE of the Lake magazine. We salute a lot of our graduating seniors in the magazine. Plus stories on art in the Southern Hotel and more. Hear her below.
Amy Bouton talked about the limited damage from the storm. She also spoke about adding COVID elements to your hurricane prep and Alert St Tammany. Hear her below.
Christina Cooper told us about efforts they are making to support the tourism industry on the Northshore right now. She told us that tourism generates more than $700 million dollars on the NS. And she wants people who are reopening to let them know. Hear her below.
Hospice House is still closed but they are making plans to reopen. We also talked about some of the efforts they are making to raise money to replace funds lost due to cancelled events.
Parish President Cooper talked about the storm that came through over the weekend. He also spoke about the ongoing effort to reopen businesses under Phase 2 and being proactive about protecting ourselves. Hear him below.
CEO Chris Masingill from St Tammany Corp talked about the recent joint effort he is undertaking with our Edge of the Lake magazine. Hear about that and job numbers and more in the interview below.
Mike stopped by the studio to talk about his office and how they are going through the reopening process. He talked about tax implications with federal money given to businesses. Hear him in the interview below.
Parish President Cooper talked about the first day of Phase 2 and what that means for local businesses. He talked about maintaining social distancing and keeping COVID down. And he talked about the storm that may have some local impacts this weekend. Hear him in the interview below.
We started talking with Parish President Cooper each morning for a local update on what was happening with the virus. Obviously this morning we also talked about the potential for weather over the weekend and at the start of next week.
We talked about getting back to normal at the hospital and its outpatient facilities. We also talked about how people who put off procedures during the COVID-19 outbreak need to get those tended to. Hear them in the interview below.