The St. Bernard Parish Council recognized retiring Deputy Chief Joseph Dullary for 30 years of service to the St. Bernard Fire Department at the council’s March 6 meeting. Fire Chief Thomas Stone told the council that Dullary’s “can-do attitude” and attention to detail will be missed most. Stone was late to the meeting and joked that Dullary should come back to work for another year and that everyone will be on time for Dullary’s council recognition next year.
Kory Mattox, 26, will spend 10 years in prison for the 2014 shooting death of Ricky Moser in Violet.
Chalmette High School senior Allison Deffes was recognized by President Guy McInnis’ administration and the St. Bernard Parish Council March 6 for earning a full-ride bowling scholarship to the
University of Pikeville in Kentucky. Deffes is believed to be the first CHS student to accomplish the feat. The UPIKE Women’s Bowling team won its third NAIA Bowling National Invitational Championship since 2012 last March and will compete in the 2019 National Invitational later this month in Kansas.
St. Bernard Parish Government is pleased to announce that two major coastal restoration projects in St. Bernard Parish have been selected for further consideration under the Coastal Wetlands Planning, Protection and Restoration Act (CWPPRA) program.
St. Bernard Parish says hello to spring and the Louisiana Crawfish Festival next week.