Central Catholic’s Hallie Autin slides safely into home plate while Berwick pitcher Sydney Jambois prepares to cover home during Wednesday’s softball action. Central Catholic defeated Berwick 13-5. Both teams, along with Patterson and Morgan City, will learn their playoff opponents today. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Central Catholic capped its regular season with a 13-5 victory against Berwick in softball action Wednesday. Central Catholic never trailed taking a 6-0 lead after two innings.
A mock car crash as the result of impaired driving was enacted recently as part of the Safe and Sober Prom Campaign for students of Franklin, Hanson and Centerville high schools.

Superintendent of Schools Dr. Donald Aguillard

Superintendent of Schools Dr. Donald Aguillard chronicled the rise of achievement ratings in St. Mary Parish Schools at a luncheon held Wednesday at the Forest Restaurant in Franklin by the St. Mary Chamber of Commerce.

Central Catholic’s Hallie Autin slides safely into home plate while Berwick pitcher Sydney Jambois prepares to cover home during Wednesday’s softball action. Central Catholic defeated Berwick 13-5. Both teams, along with Patterson and Morgan City, will learn their playoff opponents today. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Superintendent of Schools Dr. Donald Aguillard

Bank robbery suspect captured

Robbery suspect Barry Paul Gilmore, 53, of Patterson, was captured at the Waffle House on La. 182 in Morgan City this morning, police said.
(St. Mary Parish Sheriff's office photo)

Robbery suspect Barry Paul Gilmore, 53, of Patterson, was captured at the Waffle House on La. 182 in Morgan City this morning, police said.

Dr. Scott Domingue has been Chosen Teche Regional Medical Center’s ‘Doctor of the Year’

Dr. Scott Domingue has been Chosen Teche Regional Medical Center’s 2013-2014 Doctor of the Year. From left, are Paul Lousteau, emergency department director; Butch Frazier, CEO; Quint Studer, founder of the Studer Group; Dr. Scott Domingue; Doctor of the Year; Jay King, R.N., emergency department; and Sabrina Roy, director of marketing and public relations.
(Submitted Photo)

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Law enforcement officers honored

Law enforcement officers were recognized Tuesday night by the St. Mary Detachment Marine Corps League at American Legion Post 242 in Patterson. Honored and seated with their plaques are, from left, St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Office Capt. Joe Clements, Berwick police officer Jonathan Henry, Morgan City police officer Dustin Fromenthal, Chitimacha tribal police officer Det. Sgt. Jada Breaux, U.S. Coast Guard ME3 Allan Roy and Baldwin police officer Alfred Evans. Standing from left are Morgan City Mayor Frank “Boo” Grizzaffi, St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Office Capt. Scott Anslum, Berwick Police Assistant Chief David Leonard, Patterson Police Chief Patrick LaSalle, Morgan City Police Chief Michael Banks, Chitimacha Tribal Police Chief Blaise Smith, U.S. Coast Guard ME2 Dale Bullock, Baldwin Police Chief Gerald Minor and St. Mary Detachment Marine Corps League Commandant David Martin.
(The Daily Review Photo by Preston Gill)

Seven St. Mary Parish law enforcement officers were recognized for dedication to their jobs and community Tuesday by the St.

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Central Catholic’s Hallie Autin slides safely into home plate while Berwick pitcher Sydney Jambois prepares to cover home during Wednesday’s softball action. Central Catholic defeated Berwick 13-5. Both teams, along with Patterson and Morgan City, will learn their playoff opponents today. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Central Catholic capped its regular season with a 13-5 victory against Berwick in softball action Wednesday.
Central Catholic never trailed taking a 6-0 lead after two innings.

Lifestyle

Several Delta Kappa Gamma Society members served as judges for the 10th annual Multiplication Learning Wrap-up Contest sponsored by St. Mary Parish School Board’s Title I Department. St.

Obituaries

Samuel McGuire, 84, a native of Amelia and a resident of Patterson, died Monday, April 7, 2014, at his residence in Patterson.

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