The Franklin Fire Department responded with three units and seven personnel to a school bus and car accident on Weber Street at 4:46 p.m., Monday. Fire personnel evaluated everyone involved and there were no injuries. There were 19 students on the bus and three persons in the vehicle.

Patterson’s D.J. Jones dribbles the ball down court against the Jennings Bulldogs during Friday’s Class 3A first-round playoff game. Patterson, the No. 7 seed, rolled past the No. 26 seed Bulldogs 100-61. The Lumberjacks will return to action Tuesday when they host No. 10 De La Salle in Class 3A regional round action set for a 7 p.m. start. (The Daily Review/Michelle Blanc)

Jennings made a fatal error in Friday’s Class 3A bi-district playoff game at Patterson. The No. 26 seed Bulldogs played up tempo and were routed by the No. 7 seed Lumberjacks, 100-61.
“Eagle-eyed” turns out to have two meanings. Not only do eagles have legendary vision, but you have to look sharp to find them, too.

Patterson’s D.J. Jones dribbles the ball down court against the Jennings Bulldogs during Friday’s Class 3A first-round playoff game. Patterson, the No. 7 seed, rolled past the No. 26 seed Bulldogs 100-61. The Lumberjacks will return to action Tuesday when they host No. 10 De La Salle in Class 3A regional round action set for a 7 p.m. start. (The Daily Review/Michelle Blanc)

Tour du Teche launched today

Kayakers slug it out in Tour du Teche IV. Paddlers come from all over the state and both ends of the country to vie for cash prize, trophies and bragging rights in Louisiana’s premier paddling marathon. Tour du Teche V started today at Port Barre, starts in St. Martinville in St. Martin Parish and New Iberia on Saturday, and at Franklin on Sunday. The event ends Sunday in Berwick. The three segments add up to 135 miles.
Ron J. Berard/Tour du Teche

Paddlers, their coureurs de bois, and traveling cheering squads are coming to the Teche Country this weekend from Texas, Kansas, Florida, Illinois, California, Wisconsin and Maryland as well as all

TOP TEACHER

Rogena Hartley, a science teacher at J.S. Aucoin Elementary in Amelia was named Wednesday as Louisiana Science Teachers Association’s Outstanding Elementary Science Teacher of the Year for 2014.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

Rogena Hartley doesn’t feel like she’s doing anything special when she’s teaching science to fifth graders at J.S. Aucoin Elementary, but the Louisiana Science Teachers Association disagrees.

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Conference tournaments begin this week and there will be some important games for ranked teams in a few of the smaller leagues.

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