Max Cordova

Morgan City Police spokesman Capt. James Blair expressed his support of officers’ decisions to arrest two men Sunday during an incident involving a 16-year-old girl at Lake End Park, he said in a statement on a social media site and to the news media.

The Morgan City volleyball varsity and junior varsity volleyball team consists of, seated, from left, Emily Boudreaux, Hannah Gros, Katelyn Gautreaux, Kaitlyn Gros and Brandi Albarado. Kneeling, from left, are Kennedy Hebert, Paige Loftin, Faith Crappell, Abby Reynaud, Twanna LeBeau and Alllie Vincent. Standing, from left, are Cecily Feliciano, Karley Guidry, Brandi Ingram, Jaiveianna Jones, Alexandra Thompson and Dwanna LeBeau. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Wade Gussman Photography)

The Morgan City Lady Tigers will be going through a rebuilding phase this year as the squad must replace five of their six starters from a year ago.

Kara Klahn and Noah Johnson were enjoying the carnival rides on Sunday at the festival.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

The weather may have dampened the festival Saturday, but festival goers made up for the day they missed on Sunday, organizers say. “Saturday was a washout. Sunday was awesome. Last night, the park was packed and for most of the day,” Lee Delaune, Louisiana Shrimp & Petroleum Festival director, said.

Max Cordova

The Morgan City volleyball varsity and junior varsity volleyball team consists of, seated, from left, Emily Boudreaux, Hannah Gros, Katelyn Gautreaux, Kaitlyn Gros and Brandi Albarado. Kneeling, from left, are Kennedy Hebert, Paige Loftin, Faith Crappell, Abby Reynaud, Twanna LeBeau and Alllie Vincent. Standing, from left, are Cecily Feliciano, Karley Guidry, Brandi Ingram, Jaiveianna Jones, Alexandra Thompson and Dwanna LeBeau. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Wade Gussman Photography)

Kara Klahn and Noah Johnson were enjoying the carnival rides on Sunday at the festival.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

La. 182 bridge shut down

An 18-wheeler struck the La. 182 bridge causing the bridge to be shut down until the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development can inspect the bridge, Morgan City Police Chief Michael Banks said shortly before 2 p.m. today. (Preston Gill/The Daily Review)

An 18-wheeler struck the La.

Franklin branch library to host Orphan Train program

The Orphan Train era saw the largest mass movement of children in American history. During a 75-year period, 1854-1929, more than 250,000 children were transported by rail across America from New York City. “Riders on the Orphan Train,” will be presented Monday at the Franklin branch of the St. Mary Parish Library beginning at 6 p.m.

A program entitled, “Riders on the Orphan Train,” will be presented Monday at the Franklin branch of the St. Mary Parish Library.

USS Louisiana returns to home port

BANGOR, Wash. (April 22, 2014) -- USS Louisiana (SSBN 743) cycles its missile hatches as the boat's Blue Crew returns home to Naval Base Kitsap-Bangor following a strategic deter-rent patrol. The USS Louisiana is the 18th Ohio class nuclear-powered submarine. The boat carries Trident ballistic missiles and was commissioned in 1997. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Ahron Arendes/Released)

BANGOR, Wash. (April 22, 2014) -- USS Louisiana (SSBN 743) cycles its missile hatches as the boat's Blue Crew returns home to Naval Base Kitsap-Bangor following a strategic deter-rent patrol.

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Class A winners at the Sid Plot Memorial Horeshoe Tournament in Welsh Aug. 16 were, from left, Tim Gilmore of Bayou Vista, Angela Percle of Morgan City and Ron Latiolais of Gonzales. Gilmore was named tournament champion. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Bayou Horseshoe Pitchers Association)

Area horseshoe pitchers placed at the Sid Plott Memorial Horseshoe Tournament Aug. 16.

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Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jensen
--Catherine Guidry Photography

Katie Nicole Davis and Tyler Mathew Jensen were united in matrimony June 28 during a 7 p.m. double-ring ceremony at St. Louis Cathedral in New Orleans. The Rev. Jay Baker officiated.

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