Congratulations to today's Birthday Cake Winner from Rouses Markets!🎉You can pick up your certificate @ 6282 W. Main St. Houma. Don't forget to call in or message your Birthday wishes by 9:00 am at (985) 387-4967 for the Birthday Club with Larry Hyatt! 🥳 ... See more
UPDATE*** DOTD opens Houma Navigation Canal bridge Wednesday, June 24, 2020 at 9:24:28 AM ***UPDATE*** DOTD has opened the Houma Navigation Canal Bridge. The project has been completed.
EDIT: 1:55PM Buses are resuming service now, we will still have detours on the South Bayou and Grand Caillou routes at this time. 🚨ATTENTION🚨 All Houma bus routes are shut down due to the weather until it is safe to resume. ... See more
🚨🚧 IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT 🚧🚨 We are asking residents to please stay off the road. There are many roads with standing water, Houma Firefighters have already made a few rescues from stranded vehicles. Received calls of trees, power lines, and utility poles down all around the area. Stay home, stay at work, stay where you are, don't venture out unless absolutely necessary. For your safety and ours,"turn around don't drown!" More heavy rain producing weather is on the way. We are pleading with everyone to STAY OFF OF THE ROADS! Follow our page for more updates like these! Houma Police Department Terrebonne Parish Communications District E-911 Terrebonne Parish Consolidated Government Terrebonne Parish Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness ... See more
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 22, 2020 Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org As COVID-19 Cases Increase, Louisiana Will Stay in Phase Two BATON ROUGE — Today, Gov. John Bel Edwards announced that Louisiana will stay in Phase Two of reopening, as the number of COVID-19 cases and related hospitalizations have started to rise in several regions across the state. The Governor will extend his Phase Two order for another 28 days, keeping in place occupancy limits and other restrictions. As of today, Louisiana ranks seventh out of 23 states across the country experiencing an increase in COVID-19 positive cases. Those include the neighboring states of Texas, Arkansas, Alabama, Florida and Georgia. “Louisiana reached two sad milestones today as we surpassed 3,000 deaths and 50,000 positive tests in our state. Each of these Louisianans is someone’s child, sibling, parent or friend, and we mourn every one of these losses,” Gov. Edwards said. “It is clear that COVID is alive and well in Louisiana, and as we see more people testing positive and admitted to hospitals, we simply are not ready to move to the next phase, and ease restrictions further as businesses open widely. Many of you are doing the right thing and I thank you for it. It’s incredibly disappointing to hear that there are still some people who refuse to wear masks in public, which puts all of us at greater risk of becoming sick. I implore Louisianans to be good neighbors, to stay at home when they are experiencing symptoms, to avoid crowds, physically distance, and to wear a mask when not around their immediate household whether inside or outside. These are simple things we can do to protect ourselves and each other.” “While we know that increasing testing means that we will see more positive cases, we are still troubled by the rising case counts across the state, especially since around 90 percent of these new cases are coming from the community and not from congregate settings like nursing homes,” Gov. Edwards said. “It is up to all of us to check our own behaviors and to take responsibility for slowing the spread of COVID. We do not want to have to go back to a time of increased restrictions where fewer businesses could operate. It is my hope that all of us – from government officials to business owners to students – will do the right thing.” Louisianans should wear face masks whenever they are in public, practice social distancing, wash their hands frequently and avoid going out in public when they are experiencing any symptoms. Click here to complete a self-assessment from the Louisiana Department of Health to determine your level of risk for becoming very ill from COVID-19. Click here to view the presentation from the Governor’s June 22 media briefing. FOR MORE INFORMATION: Business and faith leaders can visit OpenSafely.la.gov to receive guidance and updates from the State Fire Marshal’s Office and the Louisiana Department of Health. Businesses that require approval of reopening plans will be notified by the State Fire Marshal’s Office or the Louisiana Department of Health. For a guide listing businesses that can be open at any given time, visit gov.louisiana.gov/page/can-this-business-open. Members of the public can continue to get information from the Governor’s Office by visiting Coronavirus.la.gov and by texting LACOVID to 67283. Members of the public can continue to get information from the Department of Health by visiting ldh.la.gov/coronavirus. People with general questions about COVID-19 in Louisiana can call 211. ### ... See more
Monday, June 22 (On TPL FB) Hampstead Stage Company's production of 'Alice in Wonderland.'
Join us Monday, June 22 (here on FB) for Hampstead Stage Company's production of 'Alice in Wonderland.' Follow this link on Monday at 10 AM for access - https://vimeo.com/hampsteadstagecompany/terrebonneparishlibrary (password is TERREBONNE19) #terrebonnelibrary #imagineyourstory ... See more
We are at it again! Please help us spread the word as we do our part to relieve hunger in our area. No residency restrictions. Please stay in your vehicle and keep your windows up when going through the line! We look forward to serving you on Tuesday! ... See more
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