Community People Public Notices

$200,000 IN HEALTH GRANTS FOR RURAL COMMUNITIES NOW AVAILABLE

Addressing Systemic Inequities to Reduce Tobacco (ASIRT), a program of Louisiana Public Health Institute (LPHI) is seeking to engage local community leaders, organizations, and residents in Black, rural communities (Ferriday, Jonesville, Lake Providence, Tallulah, Bastrop, Delhi, Opelousas, Kentwood, St. Joseph, and Newellton) to work towards addressing systemic inequities that drive high rates of tobacco use.

Community Events & Activities Seasonal Information

FORMER NEW ORLEANS SAINTS PLAYER AND RECENT SAINTS HALL OF INDUCTEE DEVERY HENDERSON TO LEAD OPELOUSAS CHILDREN’S CHRISTMAS PARADE ON DEC 8TH

The City of Opelousas is pleased to announce that former New Orleans Saints player and recent Saints Hall of Fame inductee, Devery Henderson, will serve as this year’s Parade Marshal for the Opelousas Children’s Christmas Parade. 

Community Events & Activities Local News Parish Council

New Parish Registrar Will Be Sworn In Friday

You are cordially invited to attend the Inauguration of Byron Stelly as the St. Landry Parish Registrar of Voters to be held on Friday, November 18, 2022, at 5:00 p.m. at the Delta Grand Theater. A St. Landry Parish Council meeting was held on Wednesday, September 21, 2022, where a motion was made by Councilman Wayne Ardoin, seconded Read More…