Samarick Paul

(The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Central Catholic’s Cade Minton had a goal to qualify for the state meet after missing the cut despite a great race at regionals a year ago. Samarick Paul just wanted to get back someway after an injury in August that wiped out much of his 2015-16 sports season.
Project Chimps, in partnership with the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, announced an agreement to relocate 220 retired research chimpanzees to its new sanctuary in northern Georgia.
Patty Ibert with the Franklin Emergency Aid Center for the United Way of Southern Louisiana said with hot summer weather just around the corner, the organization is in desperate need of fans for those in need in the region. Donations can be dropped off during business hours at the facility located at 106 Commercial St. in downtown Franklin.

Samarick Paul

(The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Morgan City Police seek identity of attempted theft suspects

Morgan City Police are seeking the identity of several subjects allegedly involved in an attempted theft from a business in the Front Street area. (Photos courtesy of Morgan City Police)

Morgan City Police detectives are asking the public's help identifying the subjects pictured, who were allegedly involved in the attempted theft at a business near the Front Street area of Morgan C

Sponsors for Hats & High Rollers

The Junior Auxiliary of East St. Mary Hats & High Rollers Casino Night will be Saturday. The sponsors include, from top to bottom, MC Electric Inc, with Tiffany Cardinale of the Junior Auxiliary and Cody Cardinale with MC Electric Inc.; NOV Grant Prideco, with Mary Kathryn Skiles of the Junior Auxiliary and Brandon Deshotel, plant manager at NOV Grant Prideco; G&J, with Jennifer Loupe of the Junior Auxiliary and Erik Lind with G&J; and the Law Office of Ramsey, Skiles, and Streva, with Mary Kathryn Skiles and Patrick Skiles of the law firm. To purchase tickets, email

Wear Pink Day!

Bayou Vista Elementary supported Morgan City High School efforts to raise funds for breast cancer by hosting a Wear Pink Day! Students wore pink shirts and jeans for $2. Pictured is fourth-grade teacher Heather Crappell with several students. (Submitted Photo)

Night Out Against Crime

Several people waited in line for the chance to dunk St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Corey Cudd. (The Daily Review/Crystal Thielepape)

The St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Office hosted a Night Out Against Crime Tuesday at the Bayou Vista Community Center. The event was open to the public with free food, music, and activities for kids.

J-turns will be interim fix for U.S. 90

The state will start installing J-turns along U.S. 90 in Patterson within the next year to improve safety on the highway. U.S. 90 will eventually be upgraded to become part of I-49. (The Daily Review/Crystal Thielepape)

Within the next year, Tri-City residents should begin to see J-turns installed in the Patterson area to cut down on the number of wrecks along U.S. 90.



Samarick Paul

(The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Central Catholic’s Cade Minton had a goal to qualify for the state meet after missing the cut despite a great race at regionals a year ago.


The Louisiana Shrimp and Petroleum Festival and Fair Association and the Past Queen’s Club are in search of that special young woman to carry on the tradition of representing the oldest state-chart


Bob Dale Andrews, 71, a native of Morgan City, Louisiana, and a resident of Robstown, Texas, died Wednesday, May 4, 2016.
Funeral arrangements are pending.

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