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T. Baker Smith has announced its 2018 Scholarship recipients. Since the inception of the T. Baker Smith Scholarship program in the fall of 2012, the business has awarded more than $45,000 to 39 local students. This year’s winners are the

The Terrebonne Foundation for Academic Excellence (TFAE) has awarded more than $50,000 in grants to Terrebonne Parish public school teachers for the 2018-19 school year. A total of 23 teachers received the New Teacher Grant, which awards $500 to teachers who

Terrebonne General Medical Center (TGMC) is honoring longtime employee Lucetta Sweet as its Leader of the Quarter. TGMC names its Leader of the Quarter recipients as a way to show appreciation to the hospital’s great leaders. Sweet works as the Nurse

Nicholls State University is excited to announce the public launch of Nicholls Forward, a new fundraising initiative aimed at ensuring the stability and success of Nicholls and its students, now and in the future. “This is a pivotal moment for our

Terrebonne General Medical Center has honored Logan LeBlanc, RN, with its DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses. LeBlanc works in the TGMC Women’s Health Center department and assists with admitting patients, preparing them for surgery and educating both they and their families

The Greater Lafourche Port Commission (GLPC) took a major step forward earlier this fall in its plans to develop the next generation of Deepwater port facilities at Port Fourchon, thanks to an agreement signed recently by the Edward Wisner Donation

T. Baker Smith welcomes Jules Toups Jr. and Robert Escher to their growing team of experts. T. Baker Smith has hired Jules Toups Jr. as its Lead Professional-Survey for the business’s Covington and Metairie offices. Toups is a graduate of Nicholls

Nicholls State University Police Chief Craig Jaccuzzo was named the new Councilman for Lafourche Parish’s 5th District after a unanimous vote at a council meeting. Jaccuzzo will replace James Bourgeois, who was convicted of a felony charge of filing a false

The Louisiana Commissioner of Higher Education, Dr. Kim Hunter Reed, attended the Bayou Region Stakeholder’s Engagement Luncheon on Nicholls campus in October. After a welcome by Nicholls president, Dr. Jay Clune, Grant Henry, the Nicholls Student Government Association (SGA) President, introduced

Lafourche Parish’s newly appointed Superintendent of Schools said he is ready and anxious to take over the system’s leadership, and that while he is well aware of the district’s financial woes and other issues, he is confident that he can

Terrebonne General Medical Center (TGMC) honors Lucetta Sweet as the Leader of the Quarter. Sweet works as the Nurse Director of the 30-bed Critical Care Unit and the 7-bed Clinical Decision Unit. She is responsible for the operational, fiscal and

Nicholls State University is proud to announce that the Morgan City Oilfield Fishing Rodeo has donated $10,500 to the Department of Petroleum Engineering Technology and Safety Management. “This program is very important to our industry and our area,” said Joey Cannata,

Houma’s first African American Catholic Bishop is an official member of the Finding Our Roots African American Museum. And so are the names of 3,000 slaves who were baptized in the Terrebonne-Lafourche Parish Region. The museum inducted Bishop Sheldon Fabre of

Bollinger Shipyards, LLC, announces the promotion of Matthew Kuehne to General Manager of Bollinger Quick Repair. Kuehne’s promotion was announced by Bollinger’s CEO and President, Ben Bordelon.“We are extremely happy to promote Matthew from within our organization.He will assume the role

A fully refurbished barge donated by Benny Cenac and his firm, Cenac Marine Services, has gone to the head of the class at a major maritime program. South Louisiana Community College’s maritime training program is making extensive use of the barge,

Danos announces the hiring of Rafe Blades as sales manager. Based out of the company’s Gray, Louisiana headquarters, Blades is responsible for overseeing sales strategies to maintain and expand the company’s customer base, as well as management of the sales team.

As fossil fuels face extinction, developing alternatives has become a big topic in the scientific world. The work of Nicholls State University’s own Dr. Raj Boopathy was recently in the spotlight at the 13th Asian Biohydrogen and Biorefinery Symposium in

Terrebonne General Medical Center has awarded oncologist Dr. Robert Gamble as the recipient of its Golden Stethoscope Award. The Golden Stethoscope Award publicly recognizes a TGMC physician for his/her exceptional level of professionalism, integrity and teamwork in caring for patients and

Terrebonne General Medical Center (TGMC) announced that Beckie LeBouef as the hospital’s October Employee of the Month. LeBouef is a 16-year TGMC employee. She works as a cardiovascular technologist in the TGMC CATH Lab. TGMC hands out an employee of the month

Danos announces the hiring of two new employees to oversee scaffolding operations within the organization: Clay Daugherty and John Moberly. Collectively, the two have 47 years of industry experience and will share management responsibilities of the company’s growing scaffolding business. “The

Many future Nicholls State University Honors Program students looking to study abroad are set to benefit from a new endowment created by the donations of Nicholls alum R.E. “Bob” Miller. The University Honors Program was created in 1998 and the program

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