Pateleigh Brown, daughter of Lady Rebel’s assistant coach, has endured many challenges in her short life. The two-year-old was diagnosed with a congenital heart defect and had her first open heart surgery at 11 days old. In this edition of “What’s Your Story”, award-winning feature writer Aaron Dietrich shares her story and how her West Monroe High School softball family rallies behind her.
JP Ditta recently survived a scary situation on the Ouachita River. In this edition of “What’s Your Story”, award-winning feature writer Aaron Dietrich tells the story of how a pair of crocs and quick-thinking saved a local teen’s life.
Feature writer Aaron Dietrich profiles the most popular student at Ruston Junior High in this edition of “What’s your story?”Johnavaughn Slaton continues to make an incredible impression on his teachers and classmates while overcoming countless setbacks.
In Andrew Whitworth's legendary football career, he has played with hundreds of teammates, but one clearly stands out. In a special edition of "What's Your Story?", Aaron Dietrich introduces us to a former junior high football player who got the best of the NFL Man of the Year.
From the cotton fields to Beverly Hills, Winnsboro resident Robert Finley has a remarkable tale to tell. In this special edition of “What’s your story?”, he takes Aaron Dietrich on a walk down memory lane. Finley’s third album is scheduled to be released later this month.
Former Saints punter Thomas Morstead assisted in raising over $700,000 with the St. Francis Foundation. Sports Director Aaron Dietrich shares the story of Thomas’ ‘What You Give Will Grow’ foundation’s effect on Rhett Richard and his family.
A Monroe man is an ace on and off the tennis court. Andy Trahan is know for his upbeat attitude even though he is fighting for his life. Aaron Dietrich tells us how his team is serving up some much needed support. Here is the newest edition of "What's your Story?"
In this week's edition of "What's Your Story?" Aaron Dietrich introduces us to a single mother of six. Monroe's Natasha Nelson-Sullivan is raising five honor students and child with special needs. How does this remarkable family juggle academics, athletics and finances?
A Carrol student has inspired a new fundraiser to help area bands. Isaiah Jones could not afford his own instrument, so he borrowed a school instrument. Due to lack of repairs, he had to take three pieces of three separate flutes and engineer them together to create one flute. His story has inspired The Arts Council of Northeast Louisiana is to host a musical instrument drive, “Let’s Band Together".