Central Catholic High School's Class 1A regional round baseball contest set for today has been rained out and will be made up when a location is determined, Central Catholic coach Tyler Jensen said in a Facebook post.
Sheriff Mark Hebert recently accepted a $1,500 donation given to the St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Office by SM Energy of Morgan City. The donation was presented by Shane Wiggins who, on the company’s behalf, expressed appreciation for the services the Sheriff’s Office provides.
America’s love for fairytales has been reignited over the years thanks in part to television interpretations and the acclaimed film adaptation of the Stephen Sondheim musical Into the Woods.

Central Catholic High School honors

Central Catholic High School Student of the Month Award is designed to distinguish one outstanding junior high school student and one high school student. The award is an opportunity to recognize students who have demonstrated excellent leadership ability and motivation. This month, Central Catholic High School has awarded seventh-grader Madeline Nini and senior Chelsea Andras for the honor. Physics and Chemistry II teacher Burt Adams, was also recognized as Inspirational Faculty Member of the month.
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Central Catholic High School Student of the Month Award is designed to distinguish one outstanding junior high school student and one high school student.

School Board faces potential $1.7M sales tax revenue shortfall

St. Mary Parish School Board members took their oaths of office Thursday during the regular January meeting of the board. Seated, from left, are Ginger Griffin, District 5; Pearl Rack, District 4; Marilyn LaSalle, District 6; and Mary Lockley, District 2. Standing, from left, are Superintendent Donald Aguillard; Anthony Streva, District 10; Bill McCarty, District 9; Roland Verret, District 11; Kenny Alfred, District 3; Mike Taylor, District 8; Wayne Deslatte, District 7; and Joseph Foulcard, District 1.
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Six months into its fiscal year, the St. Mary School Board faces a potential $1.7 million budget shortfall if sales tax collections don’t turn around.

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Central Catholic High School's Class 1A regional round baseball contest set for today has been rained out and will be made up when a location is determined, Central Catholic coach Tyler Jensen

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Bayou Vista Garden Club President Donna Bucci, left, recently attended the 55th annual Convention of the Deep South Region of the National Garden Clubs in Tunica, Mississippi.

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May 20, 1950-April 26, 2016
John William Melancon, 65, a resident of Geismar, passed away Tuesday, April 26, 2016, at St. Elizabeth Hospital.

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