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Business name:
Rouse's Fresh Creations
Address:
5818 W Main St
City:
Houma
State:
Louisiana
Zip Code:
70360
Phone number:
(985) 868-5033
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Flowers and Gifts News

Mar 2, 2017

Krystal Huggins Flowers, Valencia Wilson implore McKinley, Lee High to make the most of LHSAA tourney berths

Northlake Christian (22-4) at 6:15 p.m. Tuesday. Fourth-seeded Southern Lab (25-5) opens Tuesday’s action at 11:30 a.m. against top-seeded Houma Christian (25-7).#ndn-video-player-3.ndn_embedded .ndn_floatContainer { margin-top: 10px; margin-bottom: 20px; }... (The Advocate)

Feb 23, 2017

Crape myrtle bark scale, a pest native to Asia, has been spotted in Louisiana, could diminish blooms

Texas in 2004 and has since spread to at least 11 other states including Louisiana. It's been found recently in New Orleans, Mandeville, Covington, Houma, Hammond, Baton Rouge, Alexandria and the Shreveport areas. The sap-sucking insects can stunt the trees' growth, reduce the number of flowers, cause branch die back and create an unsightly appearance with sooty mold on trunks and branches.So far, the insects have been found only on crape myrtles here, but they've been reported on fig, quince, pomegranate, persimmon and brambles in other parts of the world. Locally, four species of predatory ladybeetles feed upon crape myrtle bark scale, but the spread of the scale into new locations indicates the ladybeetles aren't containing this new pest.Scale insects get their moniker from the waxy shell-like covering that conceals and protects their soft bodies.  The insects have a simple life cycle. Eggs are laid underneath the scale covering of the adult female. When the eggs hatch, tiny immature insects, known as nymphs, emerge. Nymphs have legs and antennae and are called "crawlers" because they walk away from the maternal scale to settle at new feeding sites. This is the only stage in which the insects crawl, and it's the time when efforts to control the insects are most effective. When the crawlers arrive at a suitable location, they insert their mouthparts into the plant and begin to feed on the plant's sap. The legs and antennae of most species are lost as the nymphs grow. The nymphs and adult fema... (NOLA.com)

Feb 2, 2016

15-foot-tall Rudolph decoration stolen in Houma

For three years, a 15-foot-tall red-nosed reindeer stood in the front yard of the Franz home on Tulip Drive in Houma.</p><p>Now, Rudolph has gone missing, leaving the family hoping for his swift return.</p><p>Caroline Franz said the theft happened sometime late Thursday night. Her neighbor across the street saw the decoration about 9:30 p.m., but it was gone by the time her husband returned home from a flight about midnight.</p><p>"He didn't tell me, so I didn't notice it until 6 in the morning when I got up," Franz said. "I went into the kitchen and didn't see it, so I thought it must have fallen. But I checked outside, and it was missing. I went to bed a little early. It was right outside my bedroom, so I should have heard it, but I guess they were quiet."</p><p>Franz said her family takes photos with Rudolph every year, and her 5-year-old son, Harry, loved the decoration.</p><p>"When I told him, he said, 'When we find out who did that, we're going to bring them to the police and they're going to go to jail,'" she said with a laugh.&... (Houma Courier)

Feb 2, 2016

Houma man surrenders, charged with Ashland North fatal shooting

Ashland North resident turned himself into authorities the morning after Thanksgiving. </p><p>Terrence Moore, 30, of Houma, is charged with the first-degree murder of 38-year-old Ernest Sims, the Terrebonne sheriff's office said. Police believe that Moore was one of the men who shot Sims as he was getting out of his car in the driveway of his home on Mozart Drive. The identity of the other shooter remains under investigation. </p><p>"I'm here to advocate for my innocence and give clarity to my name," Moore said before he was taken into custody. Lifelong friend James Price added that Moore was willing to turn himself in as soon as he learned a warrant had been issued for his arrest. </p><p>"I believe that everybody's innocent until proven guilty," Price said, who accompanied Moore to the station along with Terrebonne NAACP President Jerome Boykin. "It's easy to convict a person with your mouth first." </p><p>Boykin said he personally reached out to Price to facilitate Moore's surrender. </p><p>"It's a sad story for me, because there's a lot of black-on-black crime in the community right now,... (Houma Courier)

Feb 2, 2016

Police seeking Houma shooting suspect

Houma Police officers are seeking a 30-year-old man accused of shooting a 36-year-old man near Truman Street. </p><p>Brandon Mitchell, of Authement Street, is wanted for attempted second-degree murder after police said he shot the victim shortly after midnight Friday. The victim has since been released from a local hospital. </p><p>Further investigation revealed that the man was walking with a woman through an empty field when they were confronted by a man later identified to be Mitchell. Mitchell pulled out a gun and fired at them, striking the victim's upper torso, police said. </p><p>Anyone with information concerning this incident is encouraged to contact the Houma Police Department at 873-6371 or Bayou Region Crime Stoppers at 800-743-7433.</p>... (Houma Courier)

Jan 8, 2016

Houma angler catches record-breaking tarpon

Some people find their perfect birthday present at the mall, while others shop for it online.</p><p>For David Prevost of Houma, he found the perfect gift for his 61st birthday in an unlikely spot -- the Gulf of Mexico.</p><p>On Oct. 15 -- three days before his birthday -- Prevost caught a fish of a lifetime when he reeled in 246-pound, 10-ounce tarpon in the Grand Bayou area located about 7 miles off the Grand Isle coast. Pending certification, Prevost's prized silver king will set a new Louisiana and United States record.</p><p>"It was a great birthday present," he said. "I couldn't have asked for anything more. It was a fish of a lifetime."</p><p>Prevost submitted the paperwork with the Louisiana Outdoors Writers Association to make the records official, which should take about 30 days.</p><p>Thomas Gibson of Texas set the Louisiana record in 1993 with a 230-0 catch in the West Delta Block area. The United States record was set in 1975 by Gus Bell with a 243-0 catch in Key West, Fla.</p><p>Prevost's record-breaking catch capped off a memorable... (Houma Courier)

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