A mock car crash as the result of impaired driving was enacted recently as part of the Safe and Sober Prom Campaign for students of Franklin, Hanson and Centerville high schools.

Superintendent of Schools Dr. Donald Aguillard

Superintendent of Schools Dr. Donald Aguillard chronicled the rise of achievement ratings in St. Mary Parish Schools at a luncheon held Wednesday at the Forest Restaurant in Franklin by the St. Mary Chamber of Commerce.

Teammates gather around Patterson’s Tyrik Singleton, center, after he reached base safely in the bottom of the 10th inning on an error to plate the game-winning run in a 8-7 win against Berwick in District 9-3A action Wednesday. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Patterson High School’s Tyrik Singleton finished 0-for-5 during Wednesday’s win against Berwick High School, but his final swing of the game was the biggest of the day. Singleton hit a two-out, bases-loaded bloop shot in the bottom of the 10th that landed near second base that was fielded by Berwick second baseman Brooks Richard.

Superintendent of Schools Dr. Donald Aguillard

Teammates gather around Patterson’s Tyrik Singleton, center, after he reached base safely in the bottom of the 10th inning on an error to plate the game-winning run in a 8-7 win against Berwick in District 9-3A action Wednesday. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Artificial reefs aimed at creating ‘living shoreline’

The individual OysterBreak units are like big round Legos typically stacked two layers high, Tyler Ortego said. Each unit on the top layer is 3 feet and locks it into the underlying layer. The OysterBreak units can be configured into any geometry to fit project objectives, he said.
(Submitted Photo)

An innovatively designed artificial oyster reef system manufactured in St.

Port moving forward with emergency operations center plans

The St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Office mobile command center parked Monday at the Port of Morgan City. St. Mary Parish Sheriff Mark Hebert is standing by the center.
(The Daily Review Photo by Zachary Fitzgerald)

Port officials took another step Monday towards bringing the $9.3 million government operations and emergency center to a site on La. 182 next to the Morgan City Municipal Auditorium.

Car show fundraiser for Fallen Warriors Memorial

Ronnie Ratcliff of Morgan City looks at a 1923 Ford T-Bucket owned by Paul Soper of Thibodaux at Saturday’s Morgan City Fallen Warriors Memorial Open Car, Truck, and Bike Show at Lirette Ford Lincoln in Morgan City. The show, which was organized by the Southeast Louisiana Bayou Mustang Club, raised about $10,000 for the Fallen Warriors Memorial to be built at Cypress Park in Morgan City. Organizers need to raise about $150,000 to construct the memorial, he said. A groundbreaking ceremony in Cypress Park will take place Memorial Day. A dinner fundraiser will be held May 22 at the Petroleum Club of Morgan City. Tickets will go on sale after April 29, Marc Distefano, a project organizer, said. The guest speaker will be retired Maj. Gen. Larry Harrington, who Distefano met while stationed in Iraq.
(The Daily Review Photo by Zachary Fitzgerald)

Ronnie Ratcliff of Morgan City looks at a 1923 Ford T-Bucket owned by Paul Soper of Thibodaux at Saturday’s Morgan City Fallen Warriors Memorial Open Car, Truck, and Bike Show at Lirette Ford Linco

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Sports

NEW IBERIA _ Hanson Memorial Lady Tigers defeated Highland Baptist 15-0 here in an abbreviated contest of four-innings Tuesday in the District 7-A finale to move to 17-7 overall and 10-2 in league

Lifestyle

Marcus Lawrence St. Upery and Ashton Nicole Rodriguez

Kevin and Cindy Rodriguez of Jeanerette wish to announce the engagement of their daughter, Ashton Nicole Rodriguez to Marcus Lawrence St. Upery.

Obituaries

Samuel McGuire, 84, a native of Amelia and a resident of Patterson, died Monday, April 7, 2014, at his residence in Patterson.

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