Sheriff Mark Hebert recently accepted a $1,500 donation given to the St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Office by SM Energy of Morgan City. The donation was presented by Shane Wiggins who, on the company’s behalf, expressed appreciation for the services the Sheriff’s Office provides.
America’s love for fairytales has been reignited over the years thanks in part to television interpretations and the acclaimed film adaptation of the Stephen Sondheim musical Into the Woods.

The Morgan City High School Tennis team concluded its season Monday at the Division II state tennis tournament
in Monroe. Team members competing included, from left, Niki Ring, Harleigh Price, Krystina Pitre and Bailee Hoggatt. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Kelly Jo Aucoin)

Morgan City High School had four members of its tennis team in action at the Division II state meet including a singles’ competitor who advanced to the quarterfinals.

The Morgan City High School Tennis team concluded its season Monday at the Division II state tennis tournament
in Monroe. Team members competing included, from left, Niki Ring, Harleigh Price, Krystina Pitre and Bailee Hoggatt. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Kelly Jo Aucoin)

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Great American Cleanup Day sponsored by Cabot

Cabot’s sponsored cleanup crew included Mayor Rodney Grogan of the City of Patterson; Paul Naquin, St. Mary Parish Council member; Ryan Aucoin; Betty Jo Champagne; Mark Suellentrop, Canal Plant Facility General Manager; Didi Battle; Cindy Pusateri, Canal Plant; Ruthie Heard; Mayor Raymond Harris; Vel Minor; Ruth Ortego, Canal Plant; Scott Longon, Canal Plant; Nicole Eddlemon, Canal Plant; Jay Cunningham, Canal Plant; and Jose’ Luna-Becerra, Canal Plant. Not pictured: James Wilson, Canal Plant; Matt Barrilleaux, Franklin Foundation Hospital and Marguerite Robinson.

Keep America Beautiful recently launched the Great American Cleanup, the nation’s largest community improvement program.

New rules for children: Centers will be graded based on instructional quality

Barney and Baby Bop day care center owners Michael and Georgia Ford, of Patterson, ask Louisiana Department of Education Policy Analyst Nasha Patel and program consultant Kaye Eichler questions about early childhood accountability changes for the 2016-17 school year. (The Daily Review/Shea Drake)

LAFAYETTE — The Louisiana Department of Education held its last series of roundtable discussions Tuesday in Lafayette informing early childhood professionals about preliminary performance results a

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Funeral services for Robert Isaac will be held Saturday, April 30, 2016, at 1 p.m., at MK Dixon Funeral Home in Baldwin. He will be buried in Pecot Street Cemetery in Franklin.

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