The 2014 Berwick High School Panther football team. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Wade Gussman Photography)

An infusion of young talent has the Berwick football program looking forward to big things. The Panthers’ freshman and sophomore classes come in with a winning tradition. When Craig Brodie took over the Berwick program, he reached out to junior high and youth league coaches in the area.

First round of qualifiers

Candidate qualifying for the Nov. 4 election began this morning and continues through Friday. Local candidates who have signed up thus far include: —Baldwin mayor: Michael “Mike” Lancelin. —Baldwin police chief: David J. Robertson. —District judge, Div. G: Lucretia Pecantte and Curtis Sigur.
Progressive Waste Solutions, the City of Franklin’s garbage pickup handler, failed to show at Tuesday’s meeting of the City Council. Despite numerous requests since the July meeting to discuss continued and longtime problems with the company, the city council had no one to address their grievances to.

The 2014 Berwick High School Panther football team. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Wade Gussman Photography)

First round of qualifiers

School observes La. week

Berwick Elementary hosted Louisiana Week April 28 to May 2. Scott Green, back, one of the owners of D.a.T. Sauce, a family owned and operated company of Morgan City, explained to the students how the special Cajun sauce was created, cooked, bottled, marketed and distributed. Their marketing slogan is, “There is a little bit of HOT with a whole lot of Flavor!” Each student received a bottle of D.a.T Sauce. Front, from left, are Abigail Glynn, Emily Cradeur and Gabriella Driskill.
(Submitted Photo)

Berwick Elementary hosted Louisiana Week April 28 to May 2.

Arrest reports

Cole Fruge

A 30-year-old Bayou Vista man was arrested Saturday after St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Office narcotics detectives discovered items used in a meth lab, St.

Butterflies released

Heart of Hospice held a Celebration of Life Butterfly release Saturday at Kemper-Williams Park. Ninety-eight painted ladies were purchased for the event, Bryan Johnson, Heart of Hospice chaplain, said. The butterflies were released in memory of those who have gone through the end-of-life care.
(The Daily Review Photo by Harlan Kirgan)

Heart of Hospice held a Celebration of Life Butterfly release Saturday at Kemper Williams Park.

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New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram isn’t letting a humbling start to his pro career lower his opinion of what he can still accomplish in the NFL.

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Six young women from the Tri-City area will vie for the title of 79th Louisiana Shrimp and Petroleum Festival queen on Aug. 23.

Obituaries

Funeral Services will be held on Saturday, August 23, 2014, at an 11 a.m.

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