St. Mary Parish High School Teacher of the Year Nannette Millet facilitates a classroom discussion with students plotting the novel "Anthem." (Submitted photo)

St. Mary Parish High School Teacher of the Year Nannette Millet is evidence that dreams do come true, if only you believe. Millet, a Crowley native, did not attend college until she was 30 years old. She was married with kids.
Central Catholic defeated Centerville, 49-13, in District 7-1A high school football action Thursday at Tiger Stadium in Morgan City. With the win, Central Catholic snapped a three-game losing streak.

16th Judicial Assistant District Attorney and St. Mary Parish Council legal counsel Eric Duplantis administers the oath of office to Pam Washington to fill the interim seat of Dist. 10 councilman Steve Bierhorst, shown with Washington below.

The St. Mary Parish Council meeting on Wednesday was a showcase of new faces as a candidate for an interim appointment to the council was sworn in and a candidate for a place on the Franklin Foundation Hospital Board of Commissioners introduced herself to the council and made her case for her candidacy.

St. Mary Parish High School Teacher of the Year Nannette Millet facilitates a classroom discussion with students plotting the novel "Anthem." (Submitted photo)

16th Judicial Assistant District Attorney and St. Mary Parish Council legal counsel Eric Duplantis administers the oath of office to Pam Washington to fill the interim seat of Dist. 10 councilman Steve Bierhorst, shown with Washington below.

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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Sports

Central Catholic defeated Centerville, 49-13, in District 7-1A high school football action Thursday at Tiger Stadium in Morgan City.

Obituaries

Minster Bennie Earl Hunter, 61, a resident of Morgan City and native of Texarkana, Texas, passed away at 6:05 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 24, 2016, at his residence surrounded by family.

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