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.

Central Catholic High School shut out Sacred Heart of Ville Platte, 14-0, at the Kiwanis Club of Lafayette’s jamboree Friday. Above, Central Catholic’s Stefano Guarisco stops Sacred Heart’s Caleb Soileau. Guarisco was named Central Catholic’s Most Valuable Player by the jamboree after scoring two touchdowns on offense, while rushing for 66 yards and recording 48 yards receiving. On defense, he also recorded two interceptions. (The Daily Review/Courtney Long)

Central Catholic cashed in on Sacred Heart of Ville Platte turnovers en route to a 14-0 win in the finale of three games at the Kiwanis Club of Lafayette’s jamboree at Teurlings Catholic Friday.

De’JOHN PARKER (23) and LaDarrius Davis (33) take a breather after leading the Franklin Hornets to a 24-7 win over the West St. Mary Wolfpack in the First Annual St. Mary West Jamboree Friday at J. C. Dry Stadium.

De’John Parker and LaDarrius Davis took turns churning up huge chunks of real estate, leading the Franklin High School Hornets to a 24-7 win over the West St. Mary Wolfpack at Friday’s First Annual St. Mary West Football Jamboree at J. C. Dry Stadium.

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

Central Catholic High School shut out Sacred Heart of Ville Platte, 14-0, at the Kiwanis Club of Lafayette’s jamboree Friday. Above, Central Catholic’s Stefano Guarisco stops Sacred Heart’s Caleb Soileau. Guarisco was named Central Catholic’s Most Valuable Player by the jamboree after scoring two touchdowns on offense, while rushing for 66 yards and recording 48 yards receiving. On defense, he also recorded two interceptions. (The Daily Review/Courtney Long)

De’JOHN PARKER (23) and LaDarrius Davis (33) take a breather after leading the Franklin Hornets to a 24-7 win over the West St. Mary Wolfpack in the First Annual St. Mary West Jamboree Friday at J. C. Dry Stadium.

Marriage licenses

The following people applied for marriage licenses at the St. Mary Parish Clerk of Court office in Franklin.
Monday, July 21
Philip James Austin and Stacy Marie Fernandez.

Rebuilt Seafood Museum is ‘story of a place’

The new Biloxi Maritime & Seafood Industry Museum will reopen Saturday, nine years after it was destroyed when Hurricane Katrina swept ashore at Point Cadet. It will again tell the 300-year story of South Mississippi’s connection with the sea.

BILOXI, Miss. (AP) — The new Biloxi Maritime & Seafood Industry Museum will reopen Saturday, nine years after it was destroyed when Hurricane Katrina swept ashore at Point Cadet.

Industrial Road to provide oilfield trucks alternate route

A groundbreaking ceremony was held on the Industrial Road Project at the south end of Federal Avenue and the floodwall in Morgan City. From left are Kevin Voisin, St. Mary Parish councilman; Paul Naquin, St. Mary Parish president; Tim Matte, St. Mary Levee District executive director; Gary Duhon, port commissioner; Ron Bias, Morgan City District 3 councilman; Frank “Boo” Grizzaffi, Morgan City mayor; Sterling Fryou, St. Mary Parish councilman; Albert Foulcard, parish councilman; Tim Tregle, St. Mary Parish councilman; Henry “Bo” LaGrange, parish chief administrative officer; and Michael Brocato Jr., St. Mary Levee District operations manager.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

Officials broke ground Wednesday on a project to build a road that will give oilfield non-hazardous waste trucks an alternate route so they do not have travel through residential areas.

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The Louisiana Shrimp and Petroleum Festival Kings Club gathered Aug. 27 to welcome new Shrimp and Petroleum Festival King Michael Patterson.

Obituaries

Gerald “Jeppy” Romero

November 18, 1933 — August 29, 2014
Gerald “Jeppy” Romero, a resident of Bayou Vista, earned his heavenly reward on Aug. 29, 2014, at the age of 80.

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