APL: Using YouTube to Grow Your Business (5/20)

Learn the best practices for creating a YouTube Channel and compelling video content that promotes your products and services and drives engagement with your brand in this Grow with Google virtual workshop on Thursday, May 20 at 1:00 pm led by a Google-supported trainer. Other topics of discussion will include different video formats and how […]

Preserving Ascension Parish History event on Tuesday at APL’s Gonzales branch

Ascension Parish Library is launching a new ongoing project entitled A Photographic History of Ascension Parish.  With funding from the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities, the library is asking for your help in preserving the unique history of our parish.  Join us at the library to learn more about this special project and for a sneak peek […]

Readers are Winners at the Library

Beginning Monday, May 24, readers of all ages are welcome to register online for Tails and Tales, Ascension Parish Library’s 2021 Summer Reading Program. Participants can earn prizes based on the number of books, magazines, or audiobooks that you read or listen to. Sign up and log your reading and activities on Beanstack at myAPL.beanstack.org. […]

House Education Committee likened to clowns at the circus

May 12, 2021 by Tom Aswell (Louisiana Voice) An editorial cartoon on Wednesday said that the Ringling Circus was boycotting Arizona, citing the “unfair competition from the vote audit circus” because it had “the best clowns.” You can now add Louisiana to that list of boycotts by Ringling because there’s just no way their clowns can […]

Summer Reading Kicks Off at Ascension Parish Library

Readers of all ages can register for Ascension Parish Library’s summer reading program, Tails and Tales, beginning Monday, May 24. Participants log their readings and activities using Beanstack online. Visit myAPL.beanstack.org to sign up and for more information. Printed book logs are also available at all library locations. This summer, readers will earn prizes for […]

St. Theresa students place in KC Catholic Citizenship Essay Contest

Every year, all Catholic students in public, private and parochial schools grades 8- 12, are invited to participate in the Knights of Columbus Catholic Citizenship Essay Contest.  Students are asked to reflect upon and write a 500 to 750 word essay on an assigned topic.  This year’s topic: “Finding Strength and Hope by Trusting in […]

Sheriff Bobby Webre awards scholarships to local high school grads

The Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Office is proud to announce three high-school seniors were awarded scholarships that can be used toward the cost of college tuition, fees, or books for the upcoming school year. Kinslei Scroggs, an Ascension Christian High School graduate, is the recipient of the Dawn Shivers Memorial Scholarship program, in the amount of […]