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Fishing tournament lands scholarship money for college

Brothers Blake and Tyler Laiche, both from Lutcher, were the first to weigh in and remained in first place in the inaugural South Central Louisiana Technical College fishing tournament with five fish that weighed in at 12.6 pounds; the biggest at three pounds was caught by Blake Laiche, right. The tournament proceeds will support the new scholarship fund at the college.
(The Daily Review Photo by Preston Gill)

The inaugural South Central Louisiana Technical College fishing tournament held Saturday raised about $1,500 for the college scholarship fund as Tyler Laiche and Blake Laiche won the event with a 1

Frisky ‘gators posing risk

Guy Landry, right, killed an 11-foot alligator that may have weighed as much as 600 pounds Tuesday in Patterson. A woman called in a complaint of alligators after three of her four cats were thought to be eaten by an alligator, Landry said.
(Submitted Photo Courtesy of Billy Badeaux)

Alligator mating season is in full swing, prompting active bayou cruising by the leviathans and, in the process, pose a threat to humans and their pets, says a Patterson man who helped catch an 8-f

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