Anthony Ruffin

A 22-year-old Franklin man wanted for armed robbery and a 35-year-old Morgan City man accused of aggravated burglary are the new suspects to the November edition of The Daily Review’s Most Wanted. St. Mary Parish Sheriff

The 15th annual Mac Russo Mixed Doubles Memorial Tournament was held Sunday at Charlie’s Lanes in Morgan City. Of the participating teams, five advanced to the step-ladder format finals. At left is the team of Lynette Dejean and Terry Dejean, one of the teams that advanced to the finals. (Submitted Photos/Courtesy of Jerry Pillaro )

Krystal Houghton and Steve Buckner won the 15th Annual Mac Russo Mixed Doubles Memorial Tournament Sunday at Charlie’s Lanes. The duo defeated Lynette Dejean and Terry Dejean, 475-423, in the finals to win the event, which was conducted by the Morgan City U.S. Bowling Congress Bowling Association, along with Charlie’s Lanes.
Franklin Foundation Hospital Chief Executive Officer Claudia Eisenmann has retained legal counsel with the threat of defamation, libel and slander suits against Drs. Brent Allain and Randall Horton.

Anthony Ruffin

The 15th annual Mac Russo Mixed Doubles Memorial Tournament was held Sunday at Charlie’s Lanes in Morgan City. Of the participating teams, five advanced to the step-ladder format finals. At left is the team of Lynette Dejean and Terry Dejean, one of the teams that advanced to the finals. (Submitted Photos/Courtesy of Jerry Pillaro )

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Morgan City High School library taking shape

Morgan City High School is in the midst of a $3.5 million construction project that includes a new library, media center, student commons and air conditioner renovations. Architect Carl Blum is overseeing the project with contractors Bonneval Construction and Bernhard Mechanical. From left, are Bernhard’s foreman Shannon Bertrand, Bonneval superintendents Randy Horn and Ken Jennings and Principal Mickey Fabre.
(The Daily Review Photo by Diane Miller Fears)

Morgan City High School is in the midst of a $3.5 million construction project that includes a new library, media center, student commons and air conditioner renovations.

Heart Healthy month

To kick off Heart Healthy month, employees at Teche Regional Medical Center wore red shirts to show their support and promote the importance of taking the necessary steps to ensure heart health. The photo was taken Friday when Teche Regional Medical Center celebrated National “Go Red for Women Day.” Eighty-five percent of heart damage occurs within the first two hours of a heart attack, a news release from Teche Regional stated. It is important to recognize the early symptoms such as chest pressure, pain that travels down one or both arms, shortness of breath, nausea, back pain and fatigue, the news release added. If recognized in time, the symptoms can lead to early treatment before the heart is damaged, the news release stated.
(Submitted Photo)

To kick off Heart Healthy month, employees at Teche Regional Medical Center wore red shirts to show their support and promote the importance of taking the necessary steps to ensure heart health.

Arrest reports

Sade Lemon

St. Mary Parish Sheriff Mark Hebert reported responding to 29 complaints in the parish and reported the following arrests in east St. Mary Parish:

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Sports

The Patterson Lumberjills finished third at Catholic High-New Iberia’s Gobble Gobble Shoot-Out with a 35-20 victory against Ascension Episcopal Wednesday.

Lifestyle

Christopher Olivier and Melanie Blanchard
--Jamie Heyl Photography

George and Anita Blanchard, of Morgan City, wish to announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Melanie Lorene Blanchard, to Christopher Scott Olivier, son of William and Kr

Obituaries

Glenn Michael Falgout

September 12, 1940 — November 25, 2014
Glenn Michael Falgout, a lifelong resident of Morgan City, passed away Nov. 25, 2014, at the age of 74.

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