Boys Scouts Sean Dennis and Hunter Bella of Troop 49 in Morgan City hold an American flag during Saturday’s flag retirement ceremony at Lake End Parkway. (The Daily Review/Zachary Fitzgerald)

Local Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts retired more than 3,000 American flags that were past their prime Saturday, respectfully disposing of the nation’s symbol of freedom and sacrifice.

Morgan City High School's Sh'Diamond Holly shoots, while Patterson High's Erykah Singleton looks on during the teams' contest at Centerville's Tournament of the Teche Saturday. Morgan City won the contest, 52-38.
--The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute

Morgan City finished 2-0 this weekend at Centerville’s Tournament of the Teche, knocking off Teurlings Friday and Patterson Saturday. Friday, Morgan City defeated Teurlings, 47-33.

Morgan City High School's Taaj Daniels defends during Thursday's contest against Franklin. Daniels led the Tigers with 26 points in their 77-51 victory. Morgan City will return to action Friday when it faces E.D. White. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Morgan City cruised past Franklin, 77-51, in first-day action at Centerville’s Tournament of the Teche Thursday.

Boys Scouts Sean Dennis and Hunter Bella of Troop 49 in Morgan City hold an American flag during Saturday’s flag retirement ceremony at Lake End Parkway. (The Daily Review/Zachary Fitzgerald)

Morgan City High School's Sh'Diamond Holly shoots, while Patterson High's Erykah Singleton looks on during the teams' contest at Centerville's Tournament of the Teche Saturday. Morgan City won the contest, 52-38.
--The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute

Morgan City High School's Taaj Daniels defends during Thursday's contest against Franklin. Daniels led the Tigers with 26 points in their 77-51 victory. Morgan City will return to action Friday when it faces E.D. White. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

South Louisiana crop dusters gather in Jennings for clinic

Brent Broussard, above left, a pesticide inspector with the Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry, monitors the speed of a helicopter during an agriculture aviation fly-in clinic Wednesday at the Jennings Airport. Mike Satterfield of Cane Helicopter Services in Franklin was piloting the helicopter. For wet testing, above right, small pieces of paper were mounted on rods in a pattern on the ground. Pilots then flew over the spread, spraying water with red dye over the arrangement.

When most people think crop dusting, yellow airplanes buzzing low over rice fields come to mind, but those aren’t the only craft used for taking care of agriculture crops.

Council on Aging addresses Berwick town council meeting

St. Mary Council on Aging Executive Director Beverly Domengeaux addresses Berwick's mayor and council members about the organization's budget cuts for 2017 and senior care issues at the monthly town meeting.
(The Daily Review/Shea Drake)

In spite of the financial crisis the state is undergoing, for 47 years the St. Mary Council on Aging continues to figure out ways to take care of the seniors in this parish, St.

Armato: School district’s projected deficit requires tough cuts

St. Mary Parish Schools Superintendent Leonard Armato speaks during Tuesday's Atchafalaya Chapter of the American Petroleum Institute meeting at the Petroleum Club of Morgan City. He discussed the school district's projected budget deficit and the possible cuts school officials are considering. (The Daily Review/Zachary Fitzgerald)

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DELCAMBRE _ The Franklin Lady Hornets defeated the Comeaux Ldy Spartans 43-33 in the final game of the Lynette Viator Memorial Tournament here at the Delcambre High School Gym on Saturday.

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Townsend Hardee of Morgan City and Stephanie Robicheaux of Lafayette wish to announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Leilani Naniloa Hardee, to Christopher Lee Adams, so

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