Patterson High School’s Nehemiah Augustus shoots while De La Salle’s David
Williams defends during Tuesday’s Class 3A Regional round playoff contest at Patterson. De La Salle knocked off Patterson 67-64 in overtime. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

De La Salle and Patterson went toe-to-toe in Class 3A regional round playoff action Tuesday, but De La Salle, the No. 10 seed defeated Patterson, the No. 7 seed, 67-64 in overtime in front of a nearly packed house. It’s the third consecutive year Patterson has lost in the second round of the playoffs.

Connie Castille, executive director of the Teche Project, speaks about the new Bayou Teche Paddle Trail during Tuesday's Patterson city council meeting.
Zach Fitzgerald/Daily Review

PATTERSON — The city received recognition Tuesday as part of the Bayou Teche Paddle Trail, a designation that allows communities along the trail to develop a “recreational economy” along the waterway, said Connie Castille, executive director of Teche Project.
Carlie Sauce, above, was recipient of the La. Bred Reserve Champion Hampshire swine award at the St. Mary Parish Junior Fair and Livestock Show in January. Below, Maegan LeBlanc received honors in Reserve Champion Yorkshire and La. Bred Champion Yorkshire. Both are pictured with Franklin Mayor Raymond Harris, St.

Patterson High School’s Nehemiah Augustus shoots while De La Salle’s David
Williams defends during Tuesday’s Class 3A Regional round playoff contest at Patterson. De La Salle knocked off Patterson 67-64 in overtime. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Connie Castille, executive director of the Teche Project, speaks about the new Bayou Teche Paddle Trail during Tuesday's Patterson city council meeting.
Zach Fitzgerald/Daily Review

Patterson gets 'paddle trail' designation

Connie Castille, executive director of the Teche Project, speaks about the new Bayou Teche Paddle Trail during Tuesday's Patterson city council meeting.
Zach Fitzgerald/Daily Review

PATTERSON — The city received recognition Tuesday as part of the Bayou Teche Paddle Trail, a designation that allows communities along the trail to develop a “recreational economy” along the waterw

DOTD prepares for another round of winter weather

Morning fog has been the rule this week in the Tri-City area. Beginning Wednesday night, the temperature will turn sharply lower and may be as low as 31 degrees by Friday morning.
Daily Review/Bill Decker

BATON ROUGE -- As forecasts indicate wintry weather conditions could impact northern and central Louisiana, the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development urges motorists to use cautio

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The Franklin Senior High School Hornets posted a pair of wins over the Jeanerette Tigers in the season-opening double-header Saturday at the FSHS Baseball Diamond.

Obituaries

Carrie Mae Sophus Carson, 67, a resident and native of Franklin, died Saturday, February 28, 2015, at 5:18 a.m., at her residence following a long illness.

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