Bradley Gray
(Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Bradley Gray)

Berwick and Patterson High schools combined for five first-team All-District 8-3A baseball selections. Berwick’s top choices included pitcher Bradley Gray, first baseman D.J. Robichaux and outfielder Cameron Wiley. Patterson’s first-team picks were utility selections, Bryce Beaubouef and Jamey Fabre.
David J. McCoy, City Marshal for the Third Ward in Franklin has a message for those in the community that might have some outstanding business with the city of Franklin.

Marijuana plants and other cultivation paraphernalia seized by SMPSO

Deputies with the St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Office made a sizeable drug bust last weekend, seizing over 50 marijuana plants among other items from a growing operation in Verdunville.

Bradley Gray
(Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Bradley Gray)

Marijuana plants and other cultivation paraphernalia seized by SMPSO

Bethel dedicates Adullam home

Angie Spackman, who runs a similar home in Alabama, speaks Saturday at the dedication service for Bethel Pentecostal Fellowship's Adullam House.

PATTERSON — Louisiana, which jails a larger percentage of its citizens than any other state, has little more to offer the children of inmates than its foster care system.

(Updated) Sheriff: One injured, area evacuated after chlorine leak at Verdunville plant

Acadian Ambulance transported a Verdunville water plant employee to a hospital after the employee was directly exposed to chlorine. The area was evacuated temporarily while authorities worked to contain a chlorine leak. As of 12:43 p.m. Monday, residents had been allowed to go back to their homes. (The Daily Review/Crystal Thielepape)

Residents were evacuated and a worker was injured in Verdunville after a small chlorine occurred at a parish water plant Monday morning, according to a St.

St. Mary’s Feltermans among CFA honorees

CFA awardees were, from back left, Mark Suellentrop, Cabot Corporation Corporate Award; Johnny Indest, Iberia Parish award recipient; Kermit Miller, Evangeline Parish award recipient; Joe Freeland, Acadia Parish award recipient; Pat Morrow, St. Landry Parish award recipient; David Buck, St. Martin Parish award recipient; Fulton C. “Butch” Felterman, Jr., St. Mary Parish award recipient; Paul Hilliard, Lafayette Parish award recipient; William “Bill” Bacqué, Van Eaton & Romero LLC, a Latter & Blum Company Corporate Award; Paul Patout, Vermilion Parish award recipient; Patrick Patout, Vermilion Parish award recipient. From front row left, Cathy Indest, Iberia Parish award recipient; Sheila Miller, Evangeline Parish award recipient; Charlotte Freeland, Acadia Parish award recipient; Alice Morrow, St. Landry Parish award recipient; Sylvia Felterman, St. Mary Parish award recipient; Gail Romero, Van Eaton & Romero LLC, a Latter & Blum Company Corporate Award; Nancy Van Eaton Prince, Van Eaton & Romero LLC, a Latter & Blum Company Corporate Award.

Community Foundation of Acadiana’s fifth annual Leaders in Philanthropy Awards Luncheon was held on Nov. 3 at the Cajundome Convention Center.

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