Work on resurfacing of Iberia Street from the railroad track to Chatsworth Road should begin this week. Rain delays kept the contrator tied up on other projects, Mayor Raymond Harris said Tuesday. “The project should begin tomorrow (Wednesday),” Harris said. The project was supposed to begin about a month ago.

Dusty Rineheart

A 31-year-old Plaquemine man was indicted Monday in 16th Judicial District Court for second degree battery stemming from an Aug. 31 incident at Lake End Park in Morgan City, according to Assistant District Attorney Anthony Saleme.

Central Catholic’s Emma Aucoin fields a volleyball during the Lady Eagles’ contest against Landry-Walker earlier this season. The Lady Eagles finished 1-3 at H.L. Bourgeois’ tournament last week. On Monday, the Lady Eagles fell to Vandebilt Catholic. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

The Central Catholic Lady Eagles fell to Vandebilt Catholic Monday in Houma. No score was available from the contest, which pitted the Lady Eagles, a Division V semifinalist a year ago, against Vandebilt Catholic, the Division II runner-up. No individual stats were available.

Dusty Rineheart

Central Catholic’s Emma Aucoin fields a volleyball during the Lady Eagles’ contest against Landry-Walker earlier this season. The Lady Eagles finished 1-3 at H.L. Bourgeois’ tournament last week. On Monday, the Lady Eagles fell to Vandebilt Catholic. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Donation for uniforms

Jeanetta Williams, left, with New Salem Baptist Church, accepts a donation from Pamela Manuel, assistant vice president, Patterson State Bank, for use in this year’s “Uniforms for School Kids” program. The uniform drive is used to collect new and gently used school uniforms to be distributed among those in need. Drop off locations and distribution dates will be announced at a later date.
(Submitted Photo)

Jeanetta Williams, left, with New Salem Baptist Church, accepts a donation from Pamela Manuel, assistant vice president, Patterson State Bank, for use in this year’s “Uniforms for School Kids” prog

Church awards scholarship

Higher Ground Family Church provides an Inspirational Award Scholarship each year to at least one student from area schools. This year Pastor Ronnie Cuvillier presented the 2014 award to Patterson High School student Natajah Verdun.
(Submitted Photo)

Higher Ground Family Church provides an Inspirational Award Scholarship each year to at least one student from area schools.

Lodge award at Patterson

Mount Pisgah Lodge 40 F&M Prince Hall affiliation awarded $100 to Patterson High School graduates Nia Madise, left, and Jamiri Brown, right. In the center is Tyler Olivier, a lodge member.
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Mount Pisgah Lodge 40 F&M Prince Hall affiliation awarded $100 to Patterson High School graduates Nia Madise, left, and Jamiri Brown, right. In the center is Tyler Olivier, a lodge member.

HONORING THE FALLEN

Terry Mayon has researched hundreds of documents, including old copies of The Daily Review, to verify with reasonable certainty the names and information of those U.S. service men and women who died from wounds in combat since World War I for the Fallen Warriors Memorial scheduled for dedication Veterans Day, Nov. 11 in Morgan City’s Cypress Park.
(The Daily Review Photo by Preston Gill)

More than 20 years after beginning research, Terry Mayon has documented scores of Tri-City area servicemen whose names will be inscribed on the Fallen Warriors Memorial — and the research continues

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Sports

NEW IBERIA _ The Franklin Lady Hornets defeated the Westgate Lady Tigers 3-2 in volleyball action here Tuesday at the Westgate High School Gymnasium.

Lifestyle

DEAR ABBY: I’m a 15-year-old girl. When I’m with the high school group of kids at my church, I try to extend myself and talk, but they never reciprocate much.

Obituaries

Mrs. Maggie L. Tillman, 94, a resident of St. Martinville and native of Baldwin, died Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2014, at 10:20 p.m., at her residence.

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