Central Catholic High School Coach Joe Russo watches his Lady Eagles team celebrate its 2-0 win over False River Thursday. This is the third year in a row that the girls are headed to the Louisiana High School Athletic Association State Farm Fast Pitch 56 Tournament in Sulphur. The tournament will be held May 2-3.
--The Daily Review/Corwin Murray

BAYOU VISTA — Central Catholic outlasted False River, 2-0, in the second-round of the Class 1A playoffs Thursday behind Megan Landry’s 12-strikeout gem to advance to the quarterfinals in Sulphur.
Employees of the Month were recognized during the April meeting of the St. Mary Parish School Board. They are from left, Mary Ann Matthews, a cafeteria worker from West St. Mary High School, and Loraine Sinitiere, a teacher a Patterson Junior High.
St. Mary Chamber of Commerce representatives, local officials and well-wishers participated in a ribbon cutting and grand opening ceremony Wednesday at Salon Chez Jolie, the former Head To Toe, at 1502 Main St., Suite 3, in Franklin.

Central Catholic High School Coach Joe Russo watches his Lady Eagles team celebrate its 2-0 win over False River Thursday. This is the third year in a row that the girls are headed to the Louisiana High School Athletic Association State Farm Fast Pitch 56 Tournament in Sulphur. The tournament will be held May 2-3.
--The Daily Review/Corwin Murray

Wreck snarls traffic on U.S. 90 bridge

A two-vehicle wreck occurred at about 7:30 a.m. today on the U.S. 90 bridge in Morgan City. A refrigeration truck and a vehicle pulling a boat and trailer were involved in the crash, St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Office Spokesman Lt. Sennet Wiggins said. As of about 9 a.m. today, authorities cleared the bridge of the crash. No one had been transported to the hospital and neither driver had been cited in the crash, Wiggins said.
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A two-vehicle wreck occurred at about 7:30 a.m. today on the U.S. 90 bridge in Morgan City. A refrigeration truck and a vehicle pulling a boat and trailer were involved in the crash, St.

White weighs in on Common Core

St. Mary Parish Superintendent of Schools Donald Aguillard, left, and State Superintendent of Schools John White chat during a tour of Hattie Watts Elementary School in Patterson on Monday.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

While State Superintendent of Schools John White was in St. Mary Parish Monday, he answered a few questions about the current state of affairs in Louisiana education.

State Superintendent of Schools John White tours Hattie Watts Elementary in Patterson

McKenzie Percle, Lillian Breaux and Elijah Charlot, students at Hattie Watts Elementary were tour guides Monday during the visit of the State Superintendent of Schools John White, who is leaning forward. At right is state Sen. Bret Allain, R-Franklin.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

State Superintendent of Schools John White spent several hours visiting Hattie Watts Elementary on Monday.

Ribbon cutting held

Baldwin Mayor Donna Lanceslin along with other local officials, Chamber of Commerce members, friends and family joined owners Marquall and Kizzy Dixon for the ribbon cutting of MK Dixon Funeral Hom

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Central Catholic High School Coach Joe Russo watches his Lady Eagles team celebrate its 2-0 win over False River Thursday. This is the third year in a row that the girls are headed to the Louisiana High School Athletic Association State Farm Fast Pitch 56 Tournament in Sulphur. The tournament will be held May 2-3.
--The Daily Review/Corwin Murray

BAYOU VISTA — Central Catholic outlasted False River, 2-0, in the second-round of the Class 1A playoffs Thursday behind Megan Landry’s 12-strikeout gem to advance to the quarterfinals in Sulphur.

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Bayou Vista Garden Club presented Patterson Healthcare Center Activity Coordinator Margaret Paul with a cash donation to sponsor the April birthday party for the residents.

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