Parish President Mike Cooper talked about the upcoming press conference with Gov. Edwards and what that might mean for St Tammany Parish. Hear him in the interview below.
We talked food and events with Brad Dahl. They have great breakfast and lunch items and now they are opening up their evenings for special events like movie nights for the kids. Learn more in the interview below.
Parish President Cooper talked about testing sites open today and this weekend. He also talked about Governor Edwards expected announcement on Monday and what that could mean for St Tammany. Hear him below.
Megan Helwick joined us from the Professional Women of St Tammany to talk about their upcoming June meeting which will be held in person. This is the meeting every year where they award scholarship money to local applicants. Hear her explain it in the interview below.
Tim brought Dionne Williams on the air to talk about her job managing the Physician’s Network for STHS. Dionne talked about non-essential procedures, safety and more. Hear her in the interview below.
Parish President Mike Cooper spoke about the event the parish held yesterday as they prepare for hurricane season while keeping COVID-19 in mind. Hear what he had to say in the interview below.
Don Shea had some job numbers for us today. While they are not good, at least they are starting to trend in the right direction. He also spoke about the importance of not allowing the virus to make a comeback.
Nick Richard had some actual numbers he wanted to share with our listeners that he said will be a good indication of how widespread the mental health impact of COVID-19 will be. Hear him below.
David Horchar spoke about an event they have coming up in June that will hopefully raise awareness for the work they do. He also told us some of the things Family Promise is doing right now to get through the Pandemic. Hear him below.
Parish President Cooper spoke to us about the DA’s awards event he went to, and he talked about the places offering free testing around the parish. Hear him below.