Officials with St. Mary Parish Schools avoided trouble when they decided not to rely on a type of state aid that was subsequently cut. But question marks remain about how much school aid St. Mary can expect from the cash-strapped state government.

FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: In Class A Pat Pertuit placed first, Al Dodson took second place and Dudley Michel placed third.

Patterson horseshoe tournament winners

Sen. Bret Allain

Area legislators were the guests at a St. Mary Chamber of Commerce luncheon Wednesday in Franklin. Representative Beryl A. Amedee, (Dist. 51) was elected to the Louisiana House of Representatives in November, 2015 and an “unprecedented” series of legislative sessions awaited.

FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: In Class A Pat Pertuit placed first, Al Dodson took second place and Dudley Michel placed third.

Sen. Bret Allain

Christmas in October? Banner slip-up gives Morgan City holiday head start

‘Merry Christmas’ banners are flying early this year on key Morgan City streets.
The Daily Review/Crystal Thielepape

Notice how Christmas seems to come earlier every year?
That was especially true this year in Morgan City, where Merry Christmas banners went up on major streets weeks before Halloween.

Pelican Waste to start garbage pickup Nov. 2

Pelican Waste & Debris workers began delivering new garbage cans Tuesday, preparing to start collecting trash for residents of Berwick, Patterson and unincorporated St. Mary Parish beginning Nov. 2. Progressive Waste Solutions will begin removing its old garbage cans Nov. 2.

The Daily Review/Crystal Thielepape

BERWICK — New garbage cans have begun to arrive in Berwick, Patterson and the unincorporated areas of St.

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Sports

The National Horseshoe Pitchers Foundation fundraiser was held June 25 at Kemper Williams Park near Patterson. Class A winners included, from left, Pat Pertuit (tournament champion) of Marrero, first; Al Dodson of Morgan City, second; and Dudley Michel of Bayou Vista, third. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Bayou Horseshoe Pitchers Association)

Lifestyle

Day Like This has been invited to participate in The Extreme Tour encompassing the Northwest and Southwest tours. The band is comprised of area natives. Members of the band include Mandee Pisani Guillory, formerly of Patterson; Jean’ Guillory, formerly of Berwick; Roland Bennett, formerly of Morgan City; and Joel Fussell and Chanse Benoit, of Thibodaux.
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Three area natives, Jean’ Guillory, his wife, Mandee Pisani Guillory, and Roland Bennett, are part of the Day Like This band that has been invited to perform for The Extreme Tour.

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