JD3 dancer De'Iryah Green, right, practices her moves. Her troupe hopes to appear on 'Bring It!' (The Daily Review/Shea Drake)

Judah Dazzling Diamond Dancers – JD3 – of St. Mary Parish need the support of their community as they compete for the No. 1 spot as finalist to be on the hit television dance show “Bring It!”

Berwick High School senior Jordan Lipari held a signing ceremony Wednesday to celebrate her continuing her softball career at Millsaps College. Seated from left are Megan Lipari, sister; Matt Lipari, father; Lipari; Kristen Lipari, mother; and Landon Lipari, brother. Standing, from left, are Matt Judice, Lipari's hitting
coach; Shari Osburn, Berwick High School assistant softball coach; Lloyd Burchfield, former Berwick High School softball coach; Buffy Fegenbush, Berwick High School principal; Eric Holden, Berwick High School athletic director; and Heather Templet, Berwick High School softball coach. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Berwick High School softball standout Jordan Lipari’s signing of a softball scholarship to Millsaps College Wednesday at Berwick High School is “special” to her and her family.
The Franklin Rotary Club and the Franklin Garden Club were the sponsors for the Jan. 14 city cleanup. Target areas included Teche Drive, the rear of the courthouse, the Teche Theater and Franklin Supermarket area.

Tourism official: Flood shows La.’s resiliency

Doug Bourgeois, director of the Byways collection for the state Office of Culture, Recreation and Tourism, speaks Wednesday during the St. Mary Chamber of Commerce Business Luncheon. (The Daily Review/Zachary Fitzgerald)

Recent widespread flooding in parts of south Louisiana will once again show residents’ resiliency and the state’s great outdoor opportunities for visitors, a state tourism official said Wednesday.

Wheel House for Aug. 17

20th pastoral anniversary celebration at New Life Tabernacle, 811 Roderick St., Morgan City, Saturday, Aug. 27 at 6 p.m. and Sunday, Aug. 28 at 2 p.m. Guest speaker the Rev. Kevin Cox, district superintendent UPCI. For more info, 394-3261.

Ham radio will be part of Lighthouse event in Berwick

Town officials in Berwick on Tuesday made Aug. 20 into Ham Radio Day as part of Lighthouse Weekend. On hand were, seated from left: Police Chief James Richard; Mayor Louis Ratcliff; Council Member Jacki Ackel; Gwen Cain, Coral Marine, sponsor; and Homeland Security Director and Berwick Council Member Duval Arthur. Standing: Coast Guard Officer Michael Montanese; Shannon Hubbard, Berwick Town Market leader; and Coast Guard Officers Brandon Graham, Josh Riedel and Matt Callegari. Not pictured are Jackie, Frank and Deborah Price of the Bayouland Emergency Amateur Radio Club, and Whitney Rogers, owner of The Big Chill.

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The big red lighthouse in Berwick will be featured around the world Saturday, Aug. 20, at the Everett S. Berry Lighthouse Park in Berwick from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m..

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Berwick High School senior Jordan Lipari held a signing ceremony Wednesday to celebrate her continuing her softball career at Millsaps College. Seated from left are Megan Lipari, sister; Matt Lipari, father; Lipari; Kristen Lipari, mother; and Landon Lipari, brother. Standing, from left, are Matt Judice, Lipari's hitting
coach; Shari Osburn, Berwick High School assistant softball coach; Lloyd Burchfield, former Berwick High School softball coach; Buffy Fegenbush, Berwick High School principal; Eric Holden, Berwick High School athletic director; and Heather Templet, Berwick High School softball coach. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Berwick High School softball standout Jordan Lipari’s signing of a softball scholarship to Millsaps College Wednesday at Berwick High School is “special” to her and her family.

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¼ cup panko bread crumbs
2 Tbsp. grated Parmesan cheese
½ tsp. garlic powder
1/8 tsp. cayenne pepper
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Obituaries

Mark David Wheeler, 62, a resident of Morgan City, passed away in home on Saturday, Jan. 14, 2017.
He was born Sept. 17, 1954, in Verdun, France.
He is survived by

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