St. Mary Parish Junior Fair and Livestock Show winner of the Champion Standard Pullet award went to Nehemiah Yoder, pictured at top with Franklin Mayor Raymond Harris, St. Mary Parish President Paul Naquin and St. Mary Superintendent of Schools Dr. Donald Aguillard.
New leadership and the existing staff at Franklin Foundation Hospital strive to provide the best possible health care available. That was the message delivered to the St. Mary Parish Council Wednesday by Dawn Kaiser, the hospital’s new development marketing coordinator.

The Morgan City Tigers fell to the E.D. White Cardinals in a battle of top 10 teams in Morgan City Tuesday. The Cardinals edged the Tigers, 1-0, scoring the match’s only points in the second half. Above, is Morgan City’s Michael Mejai in action during the second half of Tuesday’s contest. Morgan City will close its regular season Friday at Vandebilt Catholic. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

In a Division II top 10 matchup, E.D. White edged Morgan City High School, 1-0, in District 7-II boys’ soccer action Tuesday.

The Morgan City Tigers fell to the E.D. White Cardinals in a battle of top 10 teams in Morgan City Tuesday. The Cardinals edged the Tigers, 1-0, scoring the match’s only points in the second half. Above, is Morgan City’s Michael Mejai in action during the second half of Tuesday’s contest. Morgan City will close its regular season Friday at Vandebilt Catholic. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Morgan City restaurant teams up with Culinary Institute for Saturday event

Rachel Mundell stirred a fire for the camera at the Latin Corner in Morgan City on Tuesday. Mundell, a student chef at Nicholls State University’s Chef John Folse Culinary Institute, will serve up her culinary talents Saturday.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

Rachel Mundell is a student chef who has experienced amazing opportunities in her young career and will be featured at Morgan City’s Latin Corner Saturday.

Tour du Teche announces changes, new race in May, more youth events

Paddlers en route to last year’s Shake Your Trail Feather event in Breaux Bridge, benefiting The TECHE Project, embark at Poche’s Market & Restaurant. The kayak-friendly landing just below Poche Bridge is a popular site for excursions by Breaux Bridge outfitter Cory Werk’s Bayou Teche Experience. (TDT file photo)

Tour du Teche, Inc., begins its sixth season of races with some significant changes including a new race in May, more opportunities for youths, and an exciting new finish line for the Ecrevisse (Cr

Parish NAACP president: Take advantage of rights King gained

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day was observed in Morgan City Monday with a parade and program.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

The African-American community needs to take advantage of the rights that Martin Luther King Jr. fought so hard to gain, St. Mary NAACP President Reginald Weary said Monday.

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CENTERVILLE’S RODRICK HARRIS goes after this offensive rebound during action Tuesday. The Centerville boys and girls will travel to play Holden on Friday.

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The Cervus-Hephaestus Queens’ Club annual social will be held Feb. 14 at Café Jo Jo’s in Morgan City. Queens attending last year’s gathering were, seated from left, Adelaide Wise, Queen Hephaestus LIII Abigail Conrad and Margaret Melancon Bergeron. Middle row from left is Regina Hymel Clement, Patricia Boudreaux Bergeron, Mallory Johnson Fuhrer, Anne Brown Rhodes, Mary Ellen Ruiz Stegall, Morgan Manfre Murdock and Colleen Whitley Hunter. Back row from left is Tracie Hamer Hover, Valerie Hamer LeBlanc, Michelle Giordano Aucoin, Diana Bostic Vining, Peggy Dilsaver Clark, Helena Cefalu Montgomery, Grace Siracusa Guarisco, Jaclyn Price Landry and Courtney Price Matherne. Katherine Ruiz was also in attendance.
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Plans have been finalized for the 2015 Cervus-Hephaestus Queens’ Club Social and Luncheon. The event will be held Feb. 14 at Café Jo Jo’s in Morgan City.

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