Vernon Norwood
Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Bryan Wayne, LSU Sports Information

The LSU Track & Field teams will open NCAA East Preliminary Round action in Jacksonville, Florida, today at Hodges Stadium at the University of North Florida. The No. 3-ranked Tigers and No. 8-ranked Lady Tigers will compete with their goal of earning their spot in the national semifinals.
The Red Ribbon Committee recently held its traditional “Passing the Ribbon” presentation. In keeping with tradition previous chair Blaise Smith, left, “passed the ribbon” to the incoming chair Scott Berry. In center is Gidget Everitt, Safe and Drug-Free Schools at-risk interventionist.

Megan Landry
(Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Rhonda Garber)

The Central Catholic Lady Eagles finished their 2015 softball season on top of the Class 1A playing field with a state title.

Vernon Norwood
Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Bryan Wayne, LSU Sports Information

Megan Landry
(Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Rhonda Garber)

Miles Liner Scholarship

The Miles Liner Foundation Patterson High School scholarship winner was Luke Larive, center. With the winner are Lynn Liner, left, and Mike Liner. The foundation’s main purpose is to keep the name of Miles Liner alive in the Tri-City area and the LSU community. Scholarships are awarded to graduates of Berwick High, Morgan City High, Patterson High and Central Catholic High schools. Larive received the $750 scholarship at the school’s May 19 awards ceremony.
(Submitted Photo)

The Miles Liner Foundation scholarship's purpose is to keep the name of Miles Liner alive in the Tri-City area and the LSU community.

3 businesses honored for 50-year, 90-year anniversaries

L-H Printing & Office Supplies was recognized for its 90-year anniversary by the St. Mary Chamber of Commerce Wednesday at the Petroleum Club of Morgan City. From left are Tim Gray of L-H Printing, Chamber of Commerce Chairman Bob Harrison, Damon Robison of L-H Printing, and Chamber of Commerce President Donna Meyer.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

Three businesses that have held a presence in the parish for a combined nearly 200 years were recognized Wednesday at the Petroleum Club of Morgan City.

Briggs: Energy sector to see growth if challenges overcome

Louisiana Oil & Gas Association Vice President Gifford Briggs speaks Wednesday during the St. Mary Chamber of Commerce Business Luncheon at the Petroleum Club of Morgan City.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thelepape)

The state is poised to be part of an American energy resurgence if the oil and gas industry can overcome challenges from regulations and lawsuits, Gifford Briggs, vice president of the Louisiana Oi

Arrests reports

James Skinner

A 61-year-old Morgan City man was charged Wednesday for failing to notify an address change as a sex offender, St. Mary Parish Sheriff Mark Hebert said in a news release.

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Vernon Norwood
Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Bryan Wayne, LSU Sports Information

The LSU Track & Field teams will open NCAA East Preliminary Round action in Jacksonville, Florida, today at Hodges Stadium at the University of North Florida.

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EMILY GUILLOTTE, daughter of Dwayne and Tammy Guillotte and 2011 Hanson Memorial High School valedictorian, graduated from Nicholls State University on Sat., May 16 with a bachelor of science degre

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