The 2014 Central Catholic volleyball team includes, seated from left, Katie Hoffpauir, Madelyn Gros, Elise Hidalgo, Alyssa Landry, Bailey Scully, Macy Johnson and Sarah Thomas. Kneeling, from left, are Brooke Lipari, Hallie Autin, Kathryn Craddock, Samantha Willoughby, Kaitlyn Gros, Kaleigh Navarro, Taylor Picou, Emma Aucoin, Bailee Lipari and Wrenn Patterson. Standing, from left, are head coach Latashia Wise, Quincee Wiggins, Brittany Longman, Sydney Williams, Caroline Green, Rebecca David, Sara Price, Lindsee Case, Ava Nicar, Hanna McCue, Tyrus Anderson and assistant coach Mary Thomas.
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Someone asked Central Catholic coach Latashia Wise last week about the holes she has to fill on her squad. Wise, who lost five starters from a year ago, prefers to refer to it as “big shoes to fill.”

Kevin James

Two Franklin men wanted on battery charges, a 29-year-old Franklin man wanted on charges ranging from possession of cocaine with intent to distribute to flight from an officer, and a 25-year-old Morgan City man wanted on drug charges and for aggravated flight from an officer are the new additions to the August edition of The Daily Review’s Most
Franklin’s Art Walk is Saturday from 3-6 p.m. in the downtown business district. Artists and authors will be at various businesses along Main Street with their works, and there will be musical entertainment at the lot next to Floors Etc. St.

The 2014 Central Catholic volleyball team includes, seated from left, Katie Hoffpauir, Madelyn Gros, Elise Hidalgo, Alyssa Landry, Bailey Scully, Macy Johnson and Sarah Thomas. Kneeling, from left, are Brooke Lipari, Hallie Autin, Kathryn Craddock, Samantha Willoughby, Kaitlyn Gros, Kaleigh Navarro, Taylor Picou, Emma Aucoin, Bailee Lipari and Wrenn Patterson. Standing, from left, are head coach Latashia Wise, Quincee Wiggins, Brittany Longman, Sydney Williams, Caroline Green, Rebecca David, Sara Price, Lindsee Case, Ava Nicar, Hanna McCue, Tyrus Anderson and assistant coach Mary Thomas.
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Morgan City Oilfield Fishing Rodeo donation helps Nicholls petroleum program upgrade computers

From left, Michael Gautreaux, executive director of Nicholls petroleum engineering technology and safety management, and David Zerangue, assistant dean of University College, accept a $10,000 check from Joey Cannata, representing the Morgan City Oilfield Fishing Rodeo.
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Thanks to a $10,000 donation from the Morgan City Oilfield Fishing Rodeo, Nicholls State University’s petroleum engineering technology and safety management program will receive much-needed upgrade

Chamber: Two businesses, retiring doctor honored

Dr. Walter Daniels, a family doctor who is retiring next week after 53 years of service, was honored at the St. Mary Parish Chamber of Commerce Business Luncheon Wednesday. From left are Chamber Vice Chairman Bob Harrison and Daniels.
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Two businesses, who have been in the parish for 80 years and 50 years each, and a doctor, who is retiring after 53 years, were honored Wednesday at the St.

City levee work OK’d

At Thursday’s St. Mary Levee District meeting, engineer Kevin O’Gorman of T. Baker Smith presents an option to change the alignment of Morgan City levees in order to try to certify the levees for flood protection. At right, St. Mary Levee District Executive Director Tim Matte watches.
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Levee district and drainage district boards have offered their support for an option to change the alignment of the Morgan City levees and eventually move the city’s newest pump station to near Lak

Arrests reports

Heaven Daigle

A 21-year-old Morgan City woman, who worked as a caregiver, has been charged with cruelty to the infirmed stemming from an investigation during which detectives discovered suspects refused proper c

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Sports

Berwick High recorded an impressive 30 aces in a 3-1 victory in scrimmage action against Ellender Thursday.

Lifestyle

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Miss Louisiana USA Brittany Guidry, right, and Miss Louisiana Teen USA Mary Risener will be special guests at the 79th Louisiana Shrimp and Petroleum Festival Coronation and Ball at 7:30 p.m.

Obituaries

Edwin Jones

Edwin Jones passed away at 4:45 a.m. Monday, Aug. 18, 2014.
He will be sorely missed.

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