Franklin’s Art Walk is Saturday from 3-6 p.m. in the downtown business district. Artists and authors will be at various businesses along Main Street with their works, and there will be musical entertainment at the lot next to Floors Etc. St.
Progressive Waste Solutions was a scheduled guest on Tuesday’s agenda for the Franklin City Council meeting. No representative was present, but Mayor Raymond Harris said that does not mean the company deliberately avoided appearing.

About 100 people attended the grand opening of the $4 million Cajun Coast Visitors and Convention Bureau Welcome and Interpretative Center Wednesday.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

More than two years after it sank 4.5 feet into the swamp, the $4 million Cajun Coast Visitors and Convention Bureau Welcome and Interpretative Center held its grand opening Wednesday.

About 100 people attended the grand opening of the $4 million Cajun Coast Visitors and Convention Bureau Welcome and Interpretative Center Wednesday.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

Famous Chef Supper celebrates 25 years

From left, are Patrick Poupart, pastry chef at Pouparts Bakery in Lafayette, and his son, Aaron Poupart, talk with Susan Aucoin of Morgan City as Poupart serves herb, pumpernickel and sourdough breads during the 25th annual Famous Chef Supper held Sunday night in Morgan City.
(The Daily Review Photo by Zachary Fitzgerald)

Sunday’s Famous Chef Supper fundraiser for Central Catholic High School held at the Morgan City Municipal Auditorium marked the 25th anniversary of the event that featured the dishes of six differe

Donation helping Marine Training Center

The H&B Young Foundation donated about five acres of land for the construction of a $3.7 million Marine Training Center facility at Young Memorial Campus. The donation, worth about $475,000, will satisfy the 12 percent matching funds requirement to get state funding. From left are foundation directors Emile Wagner, Gwen Ross and Brenda Ayo with college director Earl Meador.
(The Daily Review Photo by Preston Gill)

The Young Memorial campus received a donation of about five acres of land to build a new 42,000-square-foot facility housing 16 classrooms for the Marine Training Center to replace temporary buildi

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Sports

The Morgan City High School volleyball team hosted Central Catholic and E.D. White in both varsity and junior varsity round robin play Wednesday, while Morgan City and E.D. White also squared off in freshmen action. Above is action from Central Catholic and Morgan City’s varsity contest. At left, Morgan City’s Jaiveianna Jones hits a ball. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Lifestyle

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Miss Louisiana USA Brittany Guidry, right, and Miss Louisiana Teen USA Mary Risener will be special guests at the 79th Louisiana Shrimp and Petroleum Festival Coronation and Ball at 7:30 p.m.

Obituaries

Thomas “Rooks” Clark, 40, a native of Morgan City and resident of Winnfield, La., died Sunday, August 17, 2014 in Winnfield at 9:30 at a.m.

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