Isaac White, a 2015 Patterson High School graduate, appears in several episodes of the drama "Queen Sugar" on the Oprah Winfrey Network. White will appear in episode six Oct. 5, episode 11 Nov. 9, episode 12 Nov. 16, and episode 13 Nov. 23. He also appeared in episode three Sept. 14 and episode four Sept. 21. (The Daily Review/file photo)

A 2015 Patterson High School graduate appears in several episodes of the new drama “Queen Sugar” on the Oprah Winfrey Network. “Queen Sugar” premiered Sept. 6-7 on OWN. The series airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m.
A so-called sentinel chicken in Patterson has tested positive for the West Nile virus, according to Cajun Mosquito Control. The company quotes the Louisiana Animal Disease Diagnostic Lab.

Berwick High School quarterback Collin Louviere runs the ball, while being pursued by a Franklin defender during Friday's District 9-3A opener for both teams. Trailing on the play in Berwick's Cruiz Crawford. Louviere tossed a touchdown pass to Toby Everage with less than a minute to lift Berwick to a 20-14 win. Berwick, 4-0, will return to action Friday when it hits the road for the first time during the regular season to face Erath. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Greg Roussel)

Berwick fought through mistakes against Franklin Friday to remain undefeated with a 20-14 homecoming win. Berwick coach Eric Holden said Franklin came prepared “to battle” in Friday’s District 8-3A opener for both teams.

Isaac White, a 2015 Patterson High School graduate, appears in several episodes of the drama "Queen Sugar" on the Oprah Winfrey Network. White will appear in episode six Oct. 5, episode 11 Nov. 9, episode 12 Nov. 16, and episode 13 Nov. 23. He also appeared in episode three Sept. 14 and episode four Sept. 21. (The Daily Review/file photo)

Berwick High School quarterback Collin Louviere runs the ball, while being pursued by a Franklin defender during Friday's District 9-3A opener for both teams. Trailing on the play in Berwick's Cruiz Crawford. Louviere tossed a touchdown pass to Toby Everage with less than a minute to lift Berwick to a 20-14 win. Berwick, 4-0, will return to action Friday when it hits the road for the first time during the regular season to face Erath. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Greg Roussel)

Time to beat the heat: Don't skimp on precautions in this weather

BNSF employees Eric McNamara, signal maintainer, left, and David Ventress, signal inspector, perform routine maintenance at the railroad crossing on Veterans Boulevard in Patterson. They were out early this morning, before the mercury began its climb into the 90s. (The Daily Review/Shea Drake)

High temperatures and even higher indices are expected for another week in the Tri-City area. And no one is exempt from the need for preventative measures to beat the heat.

The heat of competition: Lots of cooks in this year's BBQ Bash

Craig Smith of St. Amant prepares meat for barbecuing before the 2015 Bayou BBQ Bash in Morgan City. Second from top, members of the Xtreme Sports team prepare hamburgers and onions, also in 2015. At the bottom, Shelley Aucoin, a member of the Gulf Land team of Morgan City, checks food on the pit during the 2015 Bayou BBQ Bash under the U.S. 90 bridge in Morgan City. (File photos)

Let the fight for bragging rights begin.

Fifty-five teams are confirmed participants in the fifth annual Bayou BBQ Bash set to kick off Friday in Morgan City under the U.S. 90 bridge .

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Morgan City High School dominated Cohen Prepatory College Friday for homecoming en route to a 29-0 victory. The game utilized a running clock throughout, and the Morgan City defense limited Cohen to minus-10 yards of offense. Above, Morgan City's Kalen Hillen tries to make a shoestring tackle on Cohen's quarterback. (The Daily Review/Bill Decker)

Morgan City had little trouble in its homecoming contest with Cohen College Prep Friday, cruising to a 29-0 victory.

Obituaries

Mary Margaret Robicheaux LaCoste
February 1, 1950 — September 25, 2016
Mary Margaret Robicheaux LaCoste, 66, a resident of Amelia, passed away Sunday, Sept. 25, 2016, at her home.

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