Kimbla’s Cakes owner Kim Carinhas adds gum paste flowers as the finishing touch to a buttercream wedding cake. (Submitted)

Local people who recently opened new businesses in Morgan City are hopeful and counting on the region's economy to improve in 2017. The St. Mary Chamber of Commerce held ribbon cuttings for two Morgan City businesses last week, Labco Batteries and Kimbla's Cakes.

Morgan City resident Jason Dinger explains the rules of his invention Captains of the Gulf board game at The Daily Review office. (The Daily Review/Shea Drake)

Morgan City resident Jason Dinger’s dream turned into reality has the attention of board game connoisseurs worldwide. A prototype even sits on the desk of a potential publisher in Europe.

Photos by Colin Murphey

Baldwin and Franklin both held Martin Luther King Jr. Day events Monday in honor of the slain civil rights leader. In Franklin, the event was a motorcade which began on Wall Street and proceeded up the boulevard named in honor of Dr. King, then to St. Joseph's Baptist Church. More than 60 vehicles participated in the motorcade.

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Bennie Charles, 31, of 1405 North Third St., Morgan City, was arrested Friday at 11:11 a.m. and charged on a warrant for failure to comply with the conditions of probation. Charles was transferred to another facility for housing.

Morgan City levee improvements to start soon

St. Mary Parish Levee District Executive Director Tim Matte speaks during Thursday's levee district meeting. Levee officials discussed the Morgan City Levee Improvements Project, which will start construction this summer. Officials say the project will keep flood insurance rates from skyrocketing in Morgan City.

Work is set to begin in about a month on the first phase of construction for the $18 million Morgan City Levee Improvements Project aimed at preventing some residents' flood insurance rates from sk

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DEAR ABBY: I am a 23-year-old woman, and I know I should have a lot more patience than I do right now. I’m happily married with two beautiful children.

Obituaries

Shirley Price Giroir, 95, a resident of Morgan City, passed away Monday, Jan. 16, 2017, at Patterson Health Care Center surrounded by her loving family.

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