Jack Autrey, left, stands in front of the Spirit of Morgan City with his father, Brennan Autrey.
Submitted Photos Courtesy of Brennan Autrey

The Spirit of Morgan City shrimp boat on Brashear Avenue has a fresh coat of paint just in a time for the Shrimp & Petroleum Festival, thanks to Boy Scout Jack Autrey, his fellow scouts and family.

The 2014 Patterson High School Football team (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Wade Gussman)

The Patterson Lumberjacks have to get solid performances from several young players in order to make a run to the Dome in 2014.
A ribbon cutting was held Saturday for Chic & Shabby Collections of Franklin. Owners Betty and Jody Veeder were joined by friends, family, vendors, local officials and Chamber of Commerce members for the occasion. The business, located at 716 Main St., is a flea market-style shop with 13 different vendors set up inside.

Jack Autrey, left, stands in front of the Spirit of Morgan City with his father, Brennan Autrey.
Submitted Photos Courtesy of Brennan Autrey

The 2014 Patterson High School Football team (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Wade Gussman)

10th annual Multiplication Learning Wrap-ups contest

Seventeen third-, fourth- and fifth-grade contestants from seven parish schools competed March 31 in the 10th annual Multiplication Learning Wrap-ups contest. The contest consists of wrapping a string around a math multiplication key. The students who quickly complete the facts correctly win. From left are first place winner Damori Austin, third grade at J.A. Hernandez, with her paraprofessional Colleen Bynum; Paola Sanchez, fourth grade at J.S. Aucoin, with her paraprofessional Liz Whitney; contest sponsors Steve and Josie Bierhorst; paraprofessional Sherald Butler, with Jaysean Mack, fifth-grader at Hernandez.
(The Daily Review Photo by Jean L. McCorkle)

Seven parish schools competed March 31 in the 10th annual Multiplication Learning Wrap-ups contest.

Arrest reports

Kirk Anslum

A Lafayette man was arrested this morning for possession of multiple illegal drugs after attempting to flee from officers on foot, Morgan City Police Chief Michael Banks said in a news release.

Grant helps pay for 400-ton mobile boat hoist at Seacraft Shipyard

The Mr. Evan, a 150-foot long crew boat owned by Iberia Marine Service, is the first boat to be lifted with the new Marine Travelift mobile boat hoist, Monty Cornes, Seacraft Shipyard project manager, said.
(Submitted Photo Courtesy of Seacraft Shipyard)

Seacraft Shipyard workers are putting the finishing touches on constructing a 400-ton mobile boat hoist partly paid for with a more than $1 million federal grant, said Monty Cornes, project manager

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Unless LSU coach Les Miles is being coy, he’s having a hard time settling on a No. 1 quarterback.

Lifestyle

DEAR ABBY: Five years ago, my husband got drunk and physically attacked me in front of his family. It was horrible. I was in shock, and our relationship never recovered.

Obituaries

Funeral arrangements are pending for Patrick Cognevich, 72, a native of Buras and a resident of Amelia, who died Aug. 2, 2014, at Teche Regional Medical Center in Morgan City.

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