Lorenzo Phillips

On the heels of claiming the school’s third NJCAA football championship in four years, four members of East Mississippi Community College’s national title team have received 2014 NJCAA All-American honors, the NJCAA national office announced Tuesday.
This sign on the fence at Nick Accardo’s Main Street residence is “creative art,” Accardo said, and is for sale misspelled name and all for the price quoted on the sign. Accardo is a board member of Hospital Service District 1, recently beleaguered by controversy.
BAYOU CORNE (AP) — State highway designers have settled on a preferred route for an emergency detour of La. 70 around the Bayou Corne-area sinkhole in Assumption Parish and will seek the public’s input on the proposal Wednesday evening.

Lorenzo Phillips


Faculty training at Hattie Watts Elementary

Hattie Watts Elementary faculty and staff just completed a four-day “7 Habits of Highly Effective People” training. Staff members were trained in the habits and will be using them to develop leadership skills in students by becoming an official “Leader in Me” school. Students will learn the habits and will use them throughout the day and at home. For more information on “Leader in Me” visit www.TheLeaderInMe.org.
(Submitted Photo)

Hattie Watts Elementary faculty and staff just completed a four-day “7 Habits of Highly Effective People” training.

Japanese restaurant coming to old American Legion site

Workers remove old gas tanks from the former American Legion site on La. 182 in Morgan City July 10 to get ready for the construction of Geaux Fish, a Japanese cuisine restaurant.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

Geaux Fish, a Japanese restaurant, is set to be built at the former American Legion Hall site on La. 182 next to Lirette Ford after the restaurant’s owner signed a lease agreement Tuesday.

Arrests reports

Michael Dines

A 43-year-old Morgan City man is accused of having fired a handgun Wednesday while attempting to break into a locked bedroom door at a Fourth Street residence, Morgan City Police Chief Michael Bank

Fire destroys 2 sheds, damages 2 homes

Morgan City firefighters responded to a fire call in which two sheds were destroyed and two houses damaged Wednesday on Wytchwood and Susan drives.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

Two sheds were destroyed in a fire, one on Wytchwood Drive and the other on Susan Drive, and the fires damaged two residences, Morgan City Fire Chief Morris Price said.



WASHINGTON — Electronic cigarettes have surpassed traditional smoking in popularity among teens, the government’s annual drug use survey finds.


Lynn Edward Bullard Sr.

Lynn Edward Bullard Sr., 73, a resident of Morgan City, passed away Saturday, Dec. 13, 2014, at Teche Regional Medical Center.

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