Berwick High School's Kenny Rhodes pursues Franklin's Davondre Holland during last week's game in Berwick. The Panthers willl hit the road the road this week when they travel Friday to face Erath High School for the Bobcats' homecoming game. The Panthers defense, which has performed will this year, also will get its biggest test of the season when it will face Erath's Elijah Mitchell, who is second in the state in rushing. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Greg Roussel)

The unbeaten Berwick Panthers are bracing for a rugged District 8-3A matchup at Erath Friday. Berwick (4-0, 1-0) used a last-minute drive to beat Franklin, 20-14, last week. With 2:04 left, Berwick got the ball back, and quarterback Collin Louviere completed passes to Kenan Jones and Josh Carver.

St. Mary Parish Elementary Teacher of the Year Brooke Quick discusses multiplication word problems with third-graders Danny Landry and Brianna Castrejor at Bayou Vista Elementary. (The Daily Review/Shea Drake)

Empathy is the driving force that propels St. Mary Parish Elementary Teacher of the Year Brooke Quick to succeed. Quick spent her childhood years in the Gibson area but attended schools in Berwick. Her family later decided to move to Berwick when she was 12 to shorten the commute. She is a graduate of Berwick High.

Sassafras, the canine guest of honor

St. Mary’s Episcopal Church will hold its Blessing of the Animals Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Trowbridge House, 808 First St. The Blessing is an out-door worship service celebrating the animals with whom people share their lives. All pets must be on leash. Persons who do not have pets are invited to attend, too.

Berwick High School's Kenny Rhodes pursues Franklin's Davondre Holland during last week's game in Berwick. The Panthers willl hit the road the road this week when they travel Friday to face Erath High School for the Bobcats' homecoming game. The Panthers defense, which has performed will this year, also will get its biggest test of the season when it will face Erath's Elijah Mitchell, who is second in the state in rushing. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Greg Roussel)

St. Mary Parish Elementary Teacher of the Year Brooke Quick discusses multiplication word problems with third-graders Danny Landry and Brianna Castrejor at Bayou Vista Elementary. (The Daily Review/Shea Drake)

Sassafras, the canine guest of honor

WMD training for SMPSO

Lt Alexander Barnes, above, suits up for a Weapons of Mass Destruction Radiological/Nuclear Responder Operations course recently held at the Bayou Cane Fire Department in July. The class, led by Department of Homeland Security certified instructors, trains emergency personnel to respond to radiological weapon of mass destruction incidents while mitigating the health risks to themselves and the public. Participants learned the fundamentals of radiation, its health effects, and terrorist use of radiological material. The group also received training on the characteristics and operation of radiological instrumentation and dosimeters, survey techniques, and operational considerations for the response to such an emergency incident.

$9,000 Oilfield Fishing Rodeo gift supports Well Control Simulation Lab

The Morgan City Oilfield Fishing Rodeo recently donated $9,000 to the Nicholls State Department of Petroleum Engineering Technology and Safety Management for the Well Control Simulation Lab. Shown from left are Neal Weaver, Nicholls vice president of university advancement; Loreta Dupre, events coordinator for the fishing rodeo; Joey Cannata, operations manager at Tanks-A-Lot; Bruce Murphy, Nicholls president; Mike Gautreaux, executive director of the department; and John Doucet, Nicholls dean of the College of Arts and Sciences.

The Morgan City Oilfield Fishing Rodeo has donated $9,000 to Nicholls State University’s Department of Petroleum Engineering Technology and Safety Management, which will use the contribution to pur

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Berwick High School's Kenny Rhodes pursues Franklin's Davondre Holland during last week's game in Berwick. The Panthers willl hit the road the road this week when they travel Friday to face Erath High School for the Bobcats' homecoming game. The Panthers defense, which has performed will this year, also will get its biggest test of the season when it will face Erath's Elijah Mitchell, who is second in the state in rushing. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Greg Roussel)

The unbeaten Berwick Panthers are bracing for a rugged District 8-3A matchup at Erath Friday.
Berwick (4-0, 1-0) used a last-minute drive to beat Franklin, 20-14, last week.

Lifestyle

Kortney Hillen and Ethan Scioneaux
--Wade Gussman Photography

Ethan Scioneaux was crowned Morgan City High School homecoming king during the Morgan City dance held Saturday at the school. Homecoming Queen Kortney Hillen was crowned during the MCHS vs.

Obituaries

Wayne John Guillotte, 73, a native and resident of Morgan City, passed away Sunday, Sept. 25, 2016, at Patterson Healthcare Center in Patterson due to congestive lung disorder.

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