Staff Report Berwick’s boys and Morgan City’s girls bowling team both fell in Bi Region bowling action at Holiday Lanes in Bossier City. The Morgan City girls, who last year finished on the cusp of a trip to the state semifinals, again finished in the same spot as they fell to top-seed Ellender, 17.5-9.5
Ribbon cutting ceremonies were held Friday for the Lamp Station, a new local business dedicated to providing local artisans with retail space for their arts and crafts. Owners Gary and Diane Wiltz hosted St. Mary Parish Chamber of Commerce representatives, local officials and well-wishers to mark the outlet’s official opening.

Central Catholic High School fell to Hanson Memorial Saturday, 3-1 as costly errors and a lack of hitting doomed the squad. Above, Central Catholic pitcher Greg Leger Jr. fires a pitch. Leger pitched 6.1 innings and allowed just three hits, walked five, hit one batter and fanned 10. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

AMELIA — Hanson’s John Guienze limited Central Catholic’s offense, and the Eagles’ defense committed costly errors late in a 3-1 loss Saturday in a top 5 Class 1A matchup.

Central Catholic High School fell to Hanson Memorial Saturday, 3-1 as costly errors and a lack of hitting doomed the squad. Above, Central Catholic pitcher Greg Leger Jr. fires a pitch. Leger pitched 6.1 innings and allowed just three hits, walked five, hit one batter and fanned 10. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Fiery violin and guitar duo to perform in Morgan City

Alex DePue and Miguel DeHoyos will perform their classical and popular repertoire at Morgan City Municipal Auditorium in Morgan City at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 17.
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International duo Alex DePue and Miguel DeHoyos will transport concert-goers on a wildly eclectic and virtuosic tour of classical and popular repertoire at Morgan City Municipal Auditorium in Morg

Doctor speaks to Kiwanians

Dr. Nick Sells of Atchafalaya Internal Medicine was the guest speaker for the Kiwanis Club of East St. Mary’s Oct. 31 meeting. Sells is an infectious disease specialist as well as an internal medicine physician. He spoke about the different types of diseases he treats at his clinic. From left are Kiwanis Club member Emily Berry, club President Sadie Aucoin, and Sells.
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Dr. Nick Sells of Atchafalaya Internal Medicine was the guest speaker for the Kiwanis Club of East St. Mary’s Oct. 31 meeting.

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Berwick’s boys and Morgan City’s girls bowling team both fell in Bi Region bowling action at Holiday Lanes in Bossier City.

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