The Morgan City Tigers fell to the E.D. White Cardinals in a battle of top 10 teams in Morgan City Tuesday. The Cardinals edged the Tigers, 1-0, scoring the match’s only points in the second half. Above, is Morgan City’s Michael Mejai in action during the second half of Tuesday’s contest. Morgan City will close its regular season Friday at Vandebilt Catholic. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

In a Division II top 10 matchup, E.D. White edged Morgan City High School, 1-0, in District 7-II boys’ soccer action Tuesday.
Tuesday’s Scores BOYS’ BASKETBALL Airline 87, Haughton 62 Albany 61, Amite 57 Anacoco 98, Hornbeck 40 Archbishop Hannan 52, Varnado 44 Ascension Episcopal 58, Vermilion Catholic 44 Atlanta 89, Jonesville Central 19 Barbe 45, Acadiana 43 Baton Rouge Catholic 50, McKinley 48

Aimee Monnin talks about Morgan City’s vicious dog ordinance at Tuesday’s City Council meeting.
(The Daily Review Photo by Zachary Fitzgerald)

Several members of the public asked for a repeal of the city’s ban on pit bulls and a lessening of restrictions on Rottweilers in the city during Tuesday’s City Council meeting.

The Morgan City Tigers fell to the E.D. White Cardinals in a battle of top 10 teams in Morgan City Tuesday. The Cardinals edged the Tigers, 1-0, scoring the match’s only points in the second half. Above, is Morgan City’s Michael Mejai in action during the second half of Tuesday’s contest. Morgan City will close its regular season Friday at Vandebilt Catholic. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Aimee Monnin talks about Morgan City’s vicious dog ordinance at Tuesday’s City Council meeting.
(The Daily Review Photo by Zachary Fitzgerald)

Saturday power outage

Morgan City police received a call that a vehicle struck a utility pole at the corner of Sixth and General Hodges streets at 2:28 p.m. Saturday, police spokesman Capt. James Blair said. The driver of the vehicle, Asia Piggott, 19, of Morgan City, was cited for careless operation. The crash caused a power outage affecting about 10 to 15 residences on General Hodges Street, City Utilities Director Bill Cefalu said. While repairing the pole, workers kept the Sixth Street feeder on until about 7:10 p.m. Saturday, when they turned off the feeder so workers could put lines onto the pole, Cefalu said. Workers left the circuit off for about 30 minutes. The circuit includes from Sixth to Second streets to Onstead Street to Brashear Avenue, he said. By 10:30 p.m. Saturday, power was restored to General Hodges Street, Cefalu said.
(Submitted Photo courtesy of Bill Cefalu, city utilities director )

Morgan City police received a call that a vehicle struck a utility pole at the corner of Sixth and General Hodges streets at 2:28 p.m. Saturday, police spokesman Capt. James Blair said.

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The Morgan City Tigers fell to the E.D. White Cardinals in a battle of top 10 teams in Morgan City Tuesday. The Cardinals edged the Tigers, 1-0, scoring the match’s only points in the second half. Above, is Morgan City’s Michael Mejai in action during the second half of Tuesday’s contest. Morgan City will close its regular season Friday at Vandebilt Catholic. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

In a Division II top 10 matchup, E.D. White edged Morgan City High School, 1-0, in District 7-II boys’ soccer action Tuesday.

Lifestyle

Catherine Siracusa, St. Mary Parish Black Bear Conflict officer, gave a presentation on “Black Bear Safety in St. Mary Parish” at the Patterson Garden Club January meeting.
--Submitted Photo

Patterson Garden Club held its monthly meeting Jan. 20 at the home of Iris Roy.

Obituaries

Victor Stewart, a former resident of Amelia who was born Nov. 30, 1951, in Baton Rouge, died Jan. 23, 2015.
Stewart was a resident of Amelia for two years.

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