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Robo boat

Swiftships of Morgan City and researchers with the University of Louisiana at Lafayette were thrilled with the 60-mph remote-controlled performance Tuesday of the Anaconda, a 35-foot prototype vess

Black History month program

Central Catholic High School celebrated Black History month with a presentation titled, “Diversity — A Celebration of King’s Dream.” During the program, speakers shared their stories of diversity and the role Central Catholic High School has played as a change agent in the east St. Mary Parish area. Featured speakers were Joe Jones and Seth Thomas. The keynote speaker was Luria Shaw Young, 1987 alumni of Central Catholic High School and dean of the College of Education of Southern University. Pictured are members of the school’s diversity committee: Principal Vic Bonnaffee, David Irwin, Patricia Hawkins, Jones, Young, Clarence Robinson and Thomas.
(Submitted Photo)

Central Catholic High School celebrated Black History month with a presentation titled, “Diversity — A Celebration of King’s Dream.” During the program, speakers shared their stories of diversity a

Basin Program announces 30 new primitive camp sites, photo contest

New primitive campsite locations in the Atchafalaya Basin.

BATON ROUGE — Thirty primitive camping sites in the Atchafalaya Basin on state-owned property for use by the public and nature enthusiasts alike have recently been located and marked, the State Dep

Seminars, tours, live raptor presentations return with Eagle Expo

The WINGS to SOAR program will be presented to the public at 6 p.m. Thursday at the Patterson Area Civic Center.
Private, parochial and home-schooled students will have the opportunity to attend a presentation at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the Patterson Area Civic Center. WINGS to SOAR also will visit Franklin Junior High, Morgan City Junior High, Berwick Junior High and Patterson Junior High. Here, in the 2012 edition of the program at Berwick Junior High, Dale Kernahan presents a bald eagle to students.
(The Daily Review File Photo)

The ninth annual Eagle Expo and More, scheduled Thursday through Saturday in Morgan City, will feature seminars from wildlife and nature experts, a live raptor presentation, boat tours to view eagl

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