Megan Landry

Central Catholic placed four members of its softball team on the All-District 7-1A team and shared the Most Valuable Player and Coach of the Year award.

Customers line up for fresh shrimp after the shrimp boat Mama D ties up along the Morgan City wharf Wednesday.
The Daily Review/Crystal Thielepape

The portion of the Morgan City wharf where the Mama D tied up Wednesday was a happy, noisy place. Someone was getting paid. And lots of people were going to eat well.

Ethan Scioneaux

The Morgan City Tigers had three representatives on the All-District 7-4A first-team. Pitcher Ethan Scioneaux, second baseman Abram Hartley and outfielder Matt Lorenzo made the top squad.

Megan Landry

Customers line up for fresh shrimp after the shrimp boat Mama D ties up along the Morgan City wharf Wednesday.
The Daily Review/Crystal Thielepape

Ethan Scioneaux

Achievement awards

The Broussard-Harris Committee hosted its 11th Annual Black Achievement Award Banquet Saturday, March 14 at Broussard-Harris Recreation Center. Among the 18 honorees were Clara B.

Clergymen reflect on Good Friday, Easter

John and Adrienne Bigler, members of Pharr Chapel United Methodist Church in Morgan City, place flowers on the cross outside the church for Easter 2014. Each year the cross is transformed as a way of celebrating the resurrection.

Today is a somber one for Christians as they remember Jesus’ death on the cross for humanity, but that sadness will turn to rejoicing on Easter Sunday, when they celebrate Christ’s resurrection.

Campaign will raise money to restore Morgan City's second-oldest hosue

Deborah Price stands in front of the Gathright House on Myrtle Street in October 2014. Price helped organize efforts to save and restore the building.
The house’s origins have been traced to at least 1855. (The Daily Review/Crystal Thielepape)

A Morgan City nonprofit organization is kicking off a fundraising campaign to restore the city’s second-oldest house and to turn it into a museum, which organizers hope to start renovations on this

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Megan Landry

Central Catholic placed four members of its softball team on the All-District 7-1A team and shared the Most Valuable Player and Coach of the Year award.

Lifestyle

As food goes, it’s hard to imagine anything more American — and that more perfectly captures summer — than a great grilled hamburger.

Obituaries

May 30, 1931 -May 19, 2015
Cecil Ugas, 83, a resident of Patterson and a native of Pascagoula, Mississippi, passed away on Tuesday, May 19, 2015 at his residence.

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