The Morgan City High School Tennis team concluded its season Monday at the Division II state tennis tournament
in Monroe. Team members competing included, from left, Niki Ring, Harleigh Price, Krystina Pitre and Bailee Hoggatt. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Kelly Jo Aucoin)

Morgan City High School had four members of its tennis team in action at the Division II state meet including a singles’ competitor who advanced to the quarterfinals.
BERWICK — East St. Mary Parish firefighters worked tirelessly Wednesday to extinguish a massive fire Wednesday at a three-story home on the 2800 block of Third Street in Berwick. Berwick, Morgan City, Amelia, Bayou Vista and Patterson firefighters fought a fire believed to be started by an act of Mother Nature — lightning.

Ms. CAA Ka’Lynn K. Hurst and Mr. CAA Mark Dixon

Friday was a night of celebration during the St. Mary-Vermilion Community Action Agency’s 49th Annual Committee Meeting, as the agency highlighted accomplishments and honored Head Start parents and volunteers.

The Morgan City High School Tennis team concluded its season Monday at the Division II state tennis tournament
in Monroe. Team members competing included, from left, Niki Ring, Harleigh Price, Krystina Pitre and Bailee Hoggatt. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Kelly Jo Aucoin)

Ms. CAA Ka’Lynn K. Hurst and Mr. CAA Mark Dixon

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Beacon is godsend for stranded fisherman

Mark Bernucho of Control Fire & Safety in Morgan City holds his Ocean Signal personal locator beacon in his right hand. Bernucho used the beacon Friday after his boat’s engine failed at Point au Fer Island near the Gulf. A Coast Guard helicopter responded and lowered the radio in Bernucho’s left hand to him on a weighted line.

They’re small, bright and fit into the palm.

Student mural

Talented Visual Art students at B.E. Boudreaux Middle School and West St. Mary High School in Baldwin painted a Louisiana swamp scene mural this school year.

Patterson trims budget; mayor wants to cut 5 percent across all departments

Patterson resident Connie Boudreaux speaks during Tuesday’s council meeting about residents’ efforts to get a 15 mph speed limit sign installed on Church Street between Main and First streets.
Daily Review/Zachary Fitzgerald

PATTERSON — So far, city officials have cut the projected 2015-16 budget by roughly 4 percent and hope to trim a little more from the budget to meet Mayor Rodney Grogan’s request for a 5 percent, a

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The Morgan City High School Tennis team concluded its season Monday at the Division II state tennis tournament
in Monroe. Team members competing included, from left, Niki Ring, Harleigh Price, Krystina Pitre and Bailee Hoggatt. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Kelly Jo Aucoin)

Morgan City High School had four members of its tennis team in action at the Division II state meet including a singles’ competitor who advanced to the quarterfinals.

Lifestyle

Karen T. Spinella, left, and Diane T. Martin are the featured Artists of the Month for May at the Artists Guild Unlimited Everett Street Gallery at 201 Everett St. in Morgan City. A reception honoring them will be held Tuesday. The show will open Wednesday and will run through May 28. Gallery hours are 1 to 4 p.m. Wednesdays through Fridays, and 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays.
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On Tuesday from 6 to 8 p.m., the Artists Guild Unlimited Everett Street Gallery in Morgan City will host an “Artists of the Month” reception, showcasing Diane T. Martin and Karen T.

Obituaries

Morris Lee Givens, 68, a resident and native of Gibson, Louisiana, and a former resident of Patterson, Louisiana, passed away at 10 a.m. Tuesday, April 26, 2016, at his Gibson residence

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