Scene from last year’s Franklin Art Walk

The Sixth Annual Art Walk will be Wednesday, March 4 from 5-8 p.m.

Morgan City Housing Authority Attorney Robert Duffy

The Morgan City Housing Authority board began Thursday the process of finding a new executive director by forming a sub-committee for the sole purpose of filling that position and also approved keeping its interim director for at least six more months.

The Morgan City High School Lady Tigers’ bowling team began its season with a 21-6 victory against Vandebilt Catholic. Above, are Morgan City’s Hannah Pipes,
left, and Ali Tregle in action Wednesday. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

The Morgan City girls’ bowling team started off their season with a 21-6 victory against Vandebilt Catholic, the 2014 girls’ state runner-up. Hannah Pipes led Morgan City with a 610 series (204, 210, 196).

Scene from last year’s Franklin Art Walk

Morgan City Housing Authority Attorney Robert Duffy

The Morgan City High School Lady Tigers’ bowling team began its season with a 21-6 victory against Vandebilt Catholic. Above, are Morgan City’s Hannah Pipes,
left, and Ali Tregle in action Wednesday. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Just in time for fall: Some Basin campers may win a cap

The Louisiana Department of Natural Resources is offering “I Went Wild” caps to campers who send in a photo of their visit to primitive campsites in the Atchafalaya Basin.
(Submitted Photo courtesy La. Department of Natural Resources)

Thirty primitive camping sites await visitors to the Atchafalaya Basin and for some campers who tell about their experience, the trip may literally have a cap on it.

Swiftships awarded $18M Navy contract

Two 35-meter patrol vessels are pictured in dry dock about a month ago in Iraq for repairs by Swiftships.
(Submitted Photo courtesy of Swiftships)

The Pentagon says two Louisiana companies have Navy contracts worth a total of $26.8 million, including an $18 million contract for Swiftships to maintain and support Iraqi vessels, according to an

Tolls possible to complete I-49 South

Tolls are considered to complete Interstate 49 from Lafayette to New Orleans. The photo was taken this morning on U.S. 90 in Berwick on the westbound lane.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

A state-funded feasibility study finds tolls starting at 18 cents a mile could pay from one-quarter to one-half of the more than $3 billion price tag to complete I-49 South from Lafayette to New Or

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Sports

THIBODAUX _ The No. 7-ranked E. D. White Lady Cardinals posted a narrow 45-41 District 9-3A win over the Franklin Lady Hornets here Friday at the EDW High School Gym.

Lifestyle

Born to Nicole Jamie Aucoin and Corey Joseph Compton of Patterson, a girl, Annastasia Lynn Compton, on Dec. 13 at Teche Regional Medical Center in Morgan City.

Obituaries

Catherine Seeley Charles 83, a resident of Jeanerette and native of Jennings, died Saturday, January 17, 2015, at 4:41 a.m., at Maison Teche Nursing Home in Jeanerette following a short illness.

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