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A Morgan City couple, who has been charged with multiple counts of theft from an investment holdings company, filed a lawsuit Tuesday saying the company and company’s spokesman made “false accusations” against them in a lawsuit and to the media.

When it comes to freshwater fishing, 44.4 percent of the time, women fished catfish at least once in 2014. The Daily Review Outdoor Writer John K. Flores’ wife, Christine Flores, falls into that category. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of John K. Flores)

Call me weird but when those after-dinner-hour phone solicitors call wanting someone over 18 in the household to participate in a survey, I’m always game. Maybe it’s because of my college days when I studied statistics, where I really understand the concept and importance of real probabilities.
The staff of Franklin Health Care Center recently presented plaques of appreciation to Sy. Mary Parish President Paul Naquin and Heart of Hospice Chaplain Brian Johnson. The plaques were given in recognition of the dedication and services provided to the staff and residents of the health care center.

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When it comes to freshwater fishing, 44.4 percent of the time, women fished catfish at least once in 2014. The Daily Review Outdoor Writer John K. Flores’ wife, Christine Flores, falls into that category. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of John K. Flores)

Lawmakers: St. Mary projects will move ahead

Local legislators spoke Wednesday at the St. Mary Chamber of Commerce’s 2015 Legislative Session End Report at the Petroleum Club of Morgan City. At right, state Rep. Sam Jones, D-Franklin, speaks during the luncheon. From left are Sen. Bret Allain, R-Franklin; Rep. Joe Harrison, R-Gray; and Chamber Chairman Bob Harrison.

Despite the state budget issues the Legislature had to tackle during the session, local legislators say they’ve ensured that funding for key St.

Berwick joins Independence Day bash

Rock the Fifth, Berwick’s patriotic celebration, will be held July 5 along the banks of the Atchafalaya River near the Everett S. Berry Memorial Lighthouse Park. Announcing the event were, from left, Louis Ratcliff, Berwick mayor; Jackie Ackel, Berwick mayor pro-tem; Misty Pillaro, event coordinator; Bubba Slaughter, town chief administrative officer; and James Richard, Berwick Police chief.

Berwick is playing a bigger part in Rock the Fifth, the patriotic celebration, this year.
The July 5 celebration will include music from the ‘70s and ‘80s by the band Gone Pecan.

Levee chief: Red River flooding won't have much impact here

Berwick Mayor Louis Ratcliff and Chief Administrative Officer Newell “Bubba” Slaughter check the integrity of the town’s water level gauge in the Atchafalaya River on Tuesday. As of this morning, the Atchafalaya River in Morgan City was at 5.56 feet, according to the National Weather Service.

Though the Atchafalaya River is slightly higher than it usually is this time of year due in part to the Red River’s high levels, the Atchafalaya’s levels would have to rise at least another foot to

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When it comes to freshwater fishing, 44.4 percent of the time, women fished catfish at least once in 2014. The Daily Review Outdoor Writer John K. Flores’ wife, Christine Flores, falls into that category. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of John K. Flores)

Call me weird but when those after-dinner-hour phone solicitors call wanting someone over 18 in the household to participate in a survey, I’m always game.

Lifestyle

Braxton Head and Torri Sepulvado
--Wade Gussman Photographer

Joseph Sepulvado and Lisa Wilkerson of Shreveport wish to announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Torri Nicole Sepulvado, to Braxton Lee Head, son of Mr. and Mrs.

Obituaries

Margaret “Peachy” Adams, 72, a lifelong resident of Morgan City, passed away today, Thursday, July 2, 2015, at Morgan City Health Care.

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