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Houma is located in the Terrebonne Parish in southeastern Louisiana. Houma was used as a filming location for the 1999 film Crazy in Alabama and was the fictional setting of The Skeleton Key (2005). The city is located in the Louisiana community that is steeped in Cajun culture and tradition. Many residents continue in the shrimp, oyster, crab, and fish industries, although ship building and occupations in the oil industry have become more popular over recent years.

Population: 32393
Local Newspapers: Bayou Business Business News The Courier
Local Sports Teams: New Orleans Saints New Orleans Pelicans
Local Colleges: Blue Cliff College

Zip Codes associated with houma, louisiana: 70359 70360 70363 70364
Towns/Cities near houma, louisiana : Bayou Cane Lockport Gray Schriever Thibodaux Raceland

Houma News
New projects along central, western coast added to master plan

The green line indicates where researchers would study the potential to build marsh creation projects, possibly using sediment dredged from the Mississippi or Atchafalaya rivers and moved by pipeline to create new wetlands. The revised 2017 coastal master plan includes $90.6 million for the study.

Legislators seek to shed Louisiana's distinction as 'sales tax capital of America'

Lawmakers are pushing bills aimed at helping Louisiana lower its sales tax rate, which the Tax Foundation has found to be the highest in America-9.98% when combining the average local and state rates. The USA Today Network of Louisiana reports House Bill 562, filed by Democratic state Rep. Katrina Jackson of Monroe and endorsed by Gov. John Bel Edwards, would broaden the base on the 4 cent state sales tax.

Pedestrian killed by drunk driver in Houma area, State Police say

A 43-year-old pedestrian was killed Monday night in Houma after authorities say a drunk driver hit the man on the side of a road. The driver has been charged with vehicular homicide and improper lane usage.

Cops: Drunk driver kills pedestrian in Terrebonne

State police say a drunk man faces charges today in Terrebonne parish, after he veered off the road and ran over a man. "62-year-old Albert Williams Jr. of Montegut was traveling south on LA 24 and drove onto the southbound shoulder, striking a pedestrian," Trooper Brooks David said in a news release.

Raise $500,000 cap on Louisiana medical malpractice damages? Not so fast, legislators say

A pair of bills to increase the $500,000 cap on economic damages in Louisiana medical malpractice cases prompted the House Civil Law and Procedure Committee on Thursday to seek an "all-encompassing look" at the state's laws governing malpractice. That puts both measures on hold for the Legislature's 2017 regular session .

Nungesser wants public-private partnerships for state parks

Lt. Gov. Billy Nungesser believes he can turn Louisiana's state parks from money losers to money makers if the Legislature passes a law permitting him to negotiate public-private partnerships to bring attractions or sell naming rights to parks, The USA Today Network of Louisiana reports. "Over the long term I believe we can make these parks make money," Nungesser told a House budget committee this week.

St. Tammany levee board could impose 5-mill tax without voter OK under pending bill

Members of the St. Tammany Parish Levee, Drainage and Conservation District board of commissioners meet for the first time Wednesday, Dec. 10, 2014. (Robert Rhoden, NOLA.com The new St. Tammany Parish Levee, Drainage and Conservation District, and other Louisiana levee districts created after 2006, would be allowed to charge a property tax of as much as 5 mills without seeking voter approval, under a bill pending in the Legislature.

Mixed Ensemble at LSMSA wins district sweepstakes trophy

The mixed ensemble at the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts in Natchitoches won the district sweepstakes trophy after competing in the Louisiana Music Educators Association District II large ensemble assessment in March. Ensemble director Al Benner, front left, joins members, front row from left, Shona McCullough, Kathy Barrios, Bethany Jenkins, Genesis Lambert, Emma Shupe, Sarah Green, Veronica Jimenez, Elyse Duplantier and Carrie Thomas; and second row, Ian Sager, Daniel Metzger, Garett Byrne, Jonas Truax, Julian Hunter, Marcos Cecchini, Juan Cecchini, Christian Hairr, Clara Kolterman and Abby Pace.

Seniors at LSMSA model new class shirts

Gathering at Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts in Natchitoches to model their new Class of 2017 T-shirts are, front row from left, Kori Williamson, of Reeves; Tyler Cenac, of Houma; Alexandra-Dawn Fuselier, of Walker; Zoe Matt, of Washington; Kat Frost, of Bossier City; Alaina Davis, of Denham Springs; Annie Noel, of Mandeville; Tierney Dardar, of Galiano; and Claire Leming, of St. Francisville; second row, Varun Amin, of Lake Charles; Heather Soileau, of Lafayette; Milan Arpino, of Monroe; Elizabeth Long, of Natchitoches; Lenora Davis, of Covington; Karly Brown, of Baton Rouge; Triniti Bulliard, of New Iberia; Lindsay Michelle, of Plaquemine; and Allison Walters, of Metairie; and third row, Charles Chapman, of Haughton; Madi Weakley, of Metairie; Jared Hulsey, of Dodson; Ryan Scott, of Shreveport; Maya Bochas, of Morgan City; Marissa Ramsey, of New Iberia; Mason Rutledge, ... (more)

Mixed Ensemble at LSMSA wins district sweepstakes trophy

The mixed ensemble at the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts in Natchitoches won the district sweepstakes trophy after competing in the Louisiana Music Educators Association District II large ensemble assessment in March. Ensemble director Al Benner, front left, joins members, front row from left, Shona McCullough, Kathy Barrios, Bethany Jenkins, Genesis Lambert, Emma Shupe, Sarah Green, Veronica Jimenez, Elyse Duplantier and Carrie Thomas; and second row, Ian Sager, Daniel Metzger, Garett Byrne, Jonas Truax, Julian Hunter, Marcos Cecchini, Juan Cecchini, Christian Hairr, Clara Kolterman and Abby Pace.

Investor sells Bluebonnet strip center and store for $1.5M

Less than a year and half after a Houma-based investor purchased a small retail center and neighboring store on Bluebonnet Boulevard for roughly $1.4 million , the properties have been sold for nearly $1.5 million In a deal that closed Wednesday, DCM Investments LLC, represented by Frank McNabb, sold the properties at 8645 and 8655 Bluebonnet Blvd.-located between Perkins and Highland roads-to Elom Investments LLC, represented by members Michael Marist Bourg and Angele D. Bourg. Ransom Pipes of Maestri-Murrell Commercial Real Estate represented the buyer, and Scot Guidry of Mike Falgoust & Associates LLC represented the seller.

Are Louisiana jobs beginning a comeback?

The job arrow in Louisiana has actually been pointing up in recent months. According to the Louisiana Workforce Commission, it's the first considerable gains they've seen in over a year.

Louisiana House members begin budget talks with eye on cuts

Rep. Tony Bacala, R-Prairieville, asks questions as the House Appropriations Committee opened its budget hearings at the state Capitol on Tuesday, March 28, 2017, in Baton Rouge. Representatives Jerome "Zee" Zeringue, R-Houma, left, and Tony Bacala, R-Prairieville, listen to testimony as the House Appropriations Committee opened its budget hearings on Tuesday, March 28, 2017, at the state Capitol in Baton Rouge.

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