Dusty Rineheart

A 31-year-old Plaquemine man was indicted Monday in 16th Judicial District Court for second degree battery stemming from an Aug. 31 incident at Lake End Park in Morgan City, according to Assistant District Attorney Anthony Saleme.

Central Catholic’s Emma Aucoin fields a volleyball during the Lady Eagles’ contest against Landry-Walker earlier this season. The Lady Eagles finished 1-3 at H.L. Bourgeois’ tournament last week. On Monday, the Lady Eagles fell to Vandebilt Catholic. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

The Central Catholic Lady Eagles fell to Vandebilt Catholic Monday in Houma. No score was available from the contest, which pitted the Lady Eagles, a Division V semifinalist a year ago, against Vandebilt Catholic, the Division II runner-up. No individual stats were available.
A decision to rezone a 50-acre parcel of land in Garden City from high density residential to agricultural will have to wait another month.

Dusty Rineheart

Central Catholic’s Emma Aucoin fields a volleyball during the Lady Eagles’ contest against Landry-Walker earlier this season. The Lady Eagles finished 1-3 at H.L. Bourgeois’ tournament last week. On Monday, the Lady Eagles fell to Vandebilt Catholic. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Hoodstock youth program

Hoodstock, a Morgan City community group, held a program “Transitioning to Manhood” on Sept. 6 at the St. Mary Parish Chamber of Commerce. The daylong activity was for junior high and high school students. About 20 students and 20 adults attended programs such as Dress for Success, Combating Peer Pressure, Respect, Education, and a Necktie How-to Tutorial. Volunteers traveled as far as Lafayette; New Orleans; Atlanta; and Orlando, Florida, while Orlando Magic player Elfrid Payton was one of the guest speakers at the event. The majority of presenters were from St. Mary Parish, including Morgan City Mayor Frank “Boo” Grizzaffi, long-time coach Herman Hartman, actor Isaac White and fitness trainer Kreig Triggs. Those attending the program in the photo included Kearias Austin, Donnell Ruffin, Chai Jones, Tyshawn Charlot, DeAndre Long, Kerwin Francois, Caleb Young, Gabriel McCurtis, Gilbert Johnson, Tavaris Howard, Zion Landry, Jared Singleton, Tylan J. Bennett, Kurvontay Webb, Migel Webb, Joshua Mote, Ronnell Williams, Jarmaine Hawkins, all students; and adults, Courtney “Schola” Long, Payton and Christian Dawkins.
(Submitted Photo)

Hoodstock, a Morgan City community group, held a program “Transitioning to Manhood” on Sept. 6 at the St. Mary Parish Chamber of Commerce.
(Submitted Photo)

Sinatra tribute to open concert season

“Simply Sinatra” featuring Steve Lippia is the first show of the Community Concert Association of Morgan City’s concert season.

NASHVILLE, Tennessee — “Simply Sinatra” featuring Steve Lippia is the first show of the Community Concert Association of Morgan City’s concert season.

Delcambre welcomes new boat launch, pavilion

Shrimp buyers with ice chests line up to make a dockside purchase from a shrimp boat at the Delcambre Seafood and Farmer’s Market on Sept. 6.
Photo by Tom Hymel/LSU AgCenter

DELCAMBRE (AP) — Delcambre now has a boat launch that can handle four boats at a time and a new pavilion for the seafood and farmer’s market.

Central Catholic deploys iPads for ‘student-friendly’ education

Lisa Nugent’s ninth-grade pre-algebra honors class is doing class work on their iPads on Tuesday at Central Catholic High School.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

iPads are integrated into everyday learning at Central Catholic High School where there is a tablet in the hands of every student.

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The St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Department Benevolent Association presents the second annual Run with the Fuzz 5K and Children’s 1-mile fun run.

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Michael Tamporello and Ashley Fears
--Brocato Photojournalism

Mr. and Mrs. Glynn Fears, of Morgan City, wish to announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Ashley Lyn Fears, to Michael Louis Tamporello, son of Mr. and Mrs.

Obituaries

Willa “Kay” Seibert

Willa “Kay” Seibert, 71, passed away Sept. 14, 2014, at Charlier Hospice in Evansville, Indiana.

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