Christina Cooper talked tourism in St Tammany. She shared some new stats that show the importance of our local tourism efforts. Hear her below.
6:40 Q: If you’re an average American, you’ll eat right at 150 of these this year. A: Sandwiches Winner: No Winner! 7:10 Kids Loot Q: One in three kids have asked a parent to stop doing this. What? A: Cursing Winner: Burke from Covington! 7:40 Q: A survey of men found this is the last…
Dr Mike Hill from St Tammany Health System spoke to us about infection prevention and COVID. He also spoke at length about the vaccines and what to expect when you get your shots. Hear him in the interview below.
Parish President Mike Cooper talked to us about the troubling numbers that came out of St Tammany this week and reminded everyone that the fight against COVID is not over yet. Hear him below.
Sara and Chloe came by from The Lakehouse to talk about all the things they have going on. They are having an Open House, and they’re ready to make your Valentine’s Day special. Hear them talk about it in the interview below.
Jennifer from Habitat for Humanity St Tammany West came in to talk to us this week. She talked about their ReStore, current houses underway, and an anniversary they are celebrating. Hear her talk about it all in the interview below.
Our friend Nick Richard from NAMI came by to talk about mental health and all the programs they are offering right now to help. Hear him below.
6:40 Q: Guys are supposed to do it but about 60% of women say they can do it too. What is it? A: Tie a necktie Winner: Sarah Kennedy from Folsom! 7:10 Kids Loot Q: What food is the most ordered in the United States? A: Fried chicken Winner: Brennan Higgins from Covington! 7:40 Q:…
6:40 Q: About half of all couples do this together BEFORE they get married. What is it? A: Get a pet together Winner: Bobbie from Abita! 7:10 Kids Loot Q: How many legs does a lobster have? A: 10 (8 walking legs and 2 larger claw legs) Winner: Hayden Grace from Covington! 7:40 Q: When…
Don Shea checked in to talk about job numbers. He spoke about what he sees happening nationally and also here in the state of Louisiana. Hear him below.