Drs. Steven McPherson and Donna Tesi’s contracts with Franklin Foundation Hospital were terminated Wednesday by the board that regulates the hospital. The physicians were each given a 90-day notice without cause in which time the board instructed hospital chief Executive Officer Claudia Eisenmann to renegotiate their contracts.

The state Department of Transportation and Development announced plans to repair and preserve the La. 182 bridge over the Berwick Bay. The announcement was made during a visit by legislators and state highway officials to Morgan City on Tuesday.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

The La. 182 bridge over Berwick Bay appears to be safe from being demolished after an announcement Tuesday that the state Department of Transportation and Development has plans to preserve and repair the bridge.

A reception was held Monday afternoon for retiring City Prosecutor Sostenes Ruiz III in the Morgan City Court Building. From left are Mayor Frank “Boo” Grizzaffi, Ruiz, R.J. Percle, and City Court Judge Kim Stansbury.
The Daily Review/Crystal Thielepape

The volume of people coming to City Court has continually increased and laws have become more complicated throughout the 33 years Sostenes Ruiz III has been city prosecutor, he said Friday.

The state Department of Transportation and Development announced plans to repair and preserve the La. 182 bridge over the Berwick Bay. The announcement was made during a visit by legislators and state highway officials to Morgan City on Tuesday.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

A reception was held Monday afternoon for retiring City Prosecutor Sostenes Ruiz III in the Morgan City Court Building. From left are Mayor Frank “Boo” Grizzaffi, Ruiz, R.J. Percle, and City Court Judge Kim Stansbury.
The Daily Review/Crystal Thielepape

Marriage licenses

The following people applied for marriage licenses at the St. Mary Parish Clerk of Court office in Franklin.
Monday, July 21
Philip James Austin and Stacy Marie Fernandez.

Rebuilt Seafood Museum is ‘story of a place’

The new Biloxi Maritime & Seafood Industry Museum will reopen Saturday, nine years after it was destroyed when Hurricane Katrina swept ashore at Point Cadet. It will again tell the 300-year story of South Mississippi’s connection with the sea.

BILOXI, Miss. (AP) — The new Biloxi Maritime & Seafood Industry Museum will reopen Saturday, nine years after it was destroyed when Hurricane Katrina swept ashore at Point Cadet.

Industrial Road to provide oilfield trucks alternate route

A groundbreaking ceremony was held on the Industrial Road Project at the south end of Federal Avenue and the floodwall in Morgan City. From left are Kevin Voisin, St. Mary Parish councilman; Paul Naquin, St. Mary Parish president; Tim Matte, St. Mary Levee District executive director; Gary Duhon, port commissioner; Ron Bias, Morgan City District 3 councilman; Frank “Boo” Grizzaffi, Morgan City mayor; Sterling Fryou, St. Mary Parish councilman; Albert Foulcard, parish councilman; Tim Tregle, St. Mary Parish councilman; Henry “Bo” LaGrange, parish chief administrative officer; and Michael Brocato Jr., St. Mary Levee District operations manager.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

Officials broke ground Wednesday on a project to build a road that will give oilfield non-hazardous waste trucks an alternate route so they do not have travel through residential areas.

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Sports

The Central Catholic Lady Eagles finished their District 6-V season with a perfect mark after defeating West St. John 3-0 (25-11, 25-17, 25-12) Tuesday in Morgan City. The game also served as Senior Night for the Lady Eagles. Above, Central Catholic’s Brittany Longman hits the ball. (The Daily Review/Crystal Thielepape)

The Central Catholic Lady Eagles capped a perfect District 6-V season Tuesday with a 3-0 (25-11, 25-17, 25-12) victory against West St. John on Senior Night.

Lifestyle

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lewis Meyer (nee: Nicole Ora Aucoin) of Morgan City, a boy, Braden Robert Meyer, on Oct. 3 at Thibodaux Regional Medical Center.

Obituaries

Lynn Carol Rosson, 67, a resident of Morgan City, passed away on Monday, Oct. 27, 2014, at Ochsner Medical Center.

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