Leighanne and Lira wanted to let our listeners know that the Re-Store is back open. They are also looking for volunteers to get back on building sites. And they thanked everyone who donated to them during Give Nola Day.
Parish President Mike Cooper joined us to talk about Gov Edwards decision to move the state forward to Phase 2 and the implications of that for St Tammany. Hear him talk about it in the interview below.
Don Shea told us what he sees in the latest jobs numbers and how his organization can help people who are looking for a new career. Hear him in the interview below.
Vieta told us that Delta is looking forward to possibly getting students back in classrooms by next Monday. Hear what else she said and what Delta is offering right now in the interview below.
Alex Coogan spoke to us about what is happening at the Northshore Humane Society. They have cancelled all of their upcoming events and like lots of non-profits on the Northshore, they are counting on Give NOLA Day to help them fill the gaps. Hear her in the interview today.
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.