Sugar cane is being loaded Wednesday into trucks in the Patterson area at a loading location.
The Daily Review/Crystal Thielepape

Sugar cane producers expect an average crop this year due to adverse weather conditions, but say the sugar content in the cane is higher than normal.
A child was killed early Wednesday in a vehicular accident on La. 83. The 5-year-old and his dog reportedly ran into the highway and was struck by an oncoming vehicle. The driver, James Hopkins III, 38, of Baldwin, was unable to avoid the crash, according to Louisiana State Police information officers.
Dr. Alice Pecoraro, above, received the Keep Louisiana Beautiful Alice Foster Award and Franklin Foundation Hospital was the recipient of the Corporate Leadership Award, accepted by Elmo Vinas, Human Resource Director, below.

Sugar cane is being loaded Wednesday into trucks in the Patterson area at a loading location.
The Daily Review/Crystal Thielepape

Visitors flock to Lighthouse festival

V.J. Bella, a former Berwick fire chief, state fire marshal and state representative, rides in on the “Betty G” fire truck during Saturday’s History of Berwick Program under the U.S. 90 bridge. Driving the truck is Berwick volunteer firefighter Glen Rebardi.

The Daily Review/Zachary Fitzgerald

BERWICK — Crowds flocked to the first two-day Lighthouse Festival held in conjunction with the Tour du Teche race finish in an event that consisted of a program on Berwick’s history, lots of food a

Eleven finish 410-mile kayak race

Members of the first team to finish the Tour du Teche and 410 de Louisiane congratulate one another Sunday at the finish in Berwick. The team of Wendell Smith, Bobby Smart, Chris Champion, Phil Bowman and Heather Harrison set a course record for the Tour du Teche finishing the 135-mile race in 19 hours, seven minutes.
and 34 seconds.
(The Daily Review/Zachary Fitzgerald)

BERWICK — Four individuals and two teams completed a grueling addition to the annual Tour du Teche kayak and canoe race that finished Sunday in Berwick.

'Night Out': Morgan City people get to mingle with first responders

Louisiana Office of Alcohol and Tobacco Control Special Agent Landen Miller holds narcotics dog Lacy, while Kingston Hayward, 5, pets her Thursday during the Night Out Against C
rime at Lawrence Park in Morgan City.
The Daily Review/Zachary Fitzgerald

Hundreds of people turned out Thursday for the third annual Night Out Against Crime at Lawrence Park in Morgan City, where visitors got to see the equipment first responders use in the field, play



Houston Astros manager A.J. Hinch has a “soft rule” when it comes to a rain delay during a game: If it lasts about an hour, he’ll usually remove his starting pitcher.


September 2, 1952- October 7, 2015
Raymond Claude “Ray” Marcel Jr., 63, a resident of Berwick, passed away Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2015, at his home surrounded by his loving family.

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