Members of the Morgan City High School Junior ROTC program pick up litter Saturday under the bridge at Federal Avenue and Greenwood. The Great American Clean-Up event targeted bridge entrance and exit ramps in Morgan City.
The Daily Review/Bill Decker

Morgan City should be feeling a little cleaner than it was when Saturday started. Maybe about a ton cleaner.

Central Catholic High School Coach Joe Russo watches his Lady Eagles team celebrate its 2-0 win over False River Thursday. This is the third year in a row that the girls are headed to the Louisiana High School Athletic Association State Farm Fast Pitch 56 Tournament in Sulphur. The tournament will be held May 2-3.
--The Daily Review/Corwin Murray

BAYOU VISTA — Central Catholic outlasted False River, 2-0, in the second-round of the Class 1A playoffs Thursday behind Megan Landry’s 12-strikeout gem to advance to the quarterfinals in Sulphur.
Employees of the Month were recognized during the April meeting of the St. Mary Parish School Board. They are from left, Mary Ann Matthews, a cafeteria worker from West St. Mary High School, and Loraine Sinitiere, a teacher a Patterson Junior High.

Members of the Morgan City High School Junior ROTC program pick up litter Saturday under the bridge at Federal Avenue and Greenwood. The Great American Clean-Up event targeted bridge entrance and exit ramps in Morgan City.
The Daily Review/Bill Decker

Central Catholic High School Coach Joe Russo watches his Lady Eagles team celebrate its 2-0 win over False River Thursday. This is the third year in a row that the girls are headed to the Louisiana High School Athletic Association State Farm Fast Pitch 56 Tournament in Sulphur. The tournament will be held May 2-3.
--The Daily Review/Corwin Murray

Community Concert Association board meets

The Community Concert Association of Morgan City booked artists for the 2015-16 season Sept. 30. Area representative Cherie Lawson of Live on Stage assisted the group with information and video clips. The CCA board selected from the full roster of 39 available artists in voting on next season’s series. Five quality concerts, plus the possibility of a sixth for young people, are planned for next season. A variety of genres, Pop and Country, Classical, World Fest, Roots, R&B, Jazz and Main Street, an eclectic group of artists, provide options for all types of audiences. Previously, several board members attended the Live on Stage conference in Nashville this summer, in order to preview the offerings. Members voiced great satisfaction with the first concert of the current season, Steve Lippia and his 10-piece orchestra, Simply Sinatra. The many new sign-ups at the door are being tallied, and numbers will be given at the next meeting. Board members attending included, not in order, Cherie Lawson, area representative from Live on Stage; Suzanne Wiltz; John Beck; Linda Cooke, secretary; Linda Grant-Dupuy; Floyd Cloutier, president; Terri DiMatteo, treasurer; Doylene Porter, first vice-president; Geri Bourgeois; Harry Porter, second vice-president; Susan Tregle; George Ramirez; and Juanita LaGard.
(Submitted Photo)

The Community Concert Association of Morgan City booked artists for the 2015-16 season Sept. 30.

Arrests reports

Bryant Francois

A 32-year-old Morgan City man was charged this morning in connection of an armed robbery at a Morgan City lounge during which the man was accused of threatening to shoot a witness who attempted to

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Central Catholic High School Coach Joe Russo watches his Lady Eagles team celebrate its 2-0 win over False River Thursday. This is the third year in a row that the girls are headed to the Louisiana High School Athletic Association State Farm Fast Pitch 56 Tournament in Sulphur. The tournament will be held May 2-3.
--The Daily Review/Corwin Murray

BAYOU VISTA — Central Catholic outlasted False River, 2-0, in the second-round of the Class 1A playoffs Thursday behind Megan Landry’s 12-strikeout gem to advance to the quarterfinals in Sulphur.

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THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL: Brooke tried to discourage Rick when he talked about marrying Maya in the near future. Wyatt wined and dined Nicole to help Liam and Ivy find out what she’s hiding.

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