Vigil commemorates a life cut short

Verdunville and Centerville residents stand united Friday at the Verdunville Strong Stop the Violence candlelight vigil to support the family of Nevis Sterling. The vigil was held on the parking lot of St. Mary Parish Alternative School.

The Daily Review/Shea Drake

VERDUNVILLE — The Verdunville and Centerville communities joined to support the family of Nevis Sterling and to celebrate his life with the Verdunville Strong Stop the Violence candlelight vigil.

Another football player sustains neck injury

Morgan City High School and Vandebilt Catholic football team members and cheerleaders kneel in prayer during an injury timeout at Friday’s game. Morgan City Coach Scott Tregle said player Scott Comeaux fractured his sixth vertebrae but is expected to make a full recovery.

The Tri-City area had its second scare in a varsity football game in less than a month Friday when Morgan City High School’s Scott Comeaux injured his neck during the game against Vandebilt Catholi

Local briefs

Pelican begins
Patterson pickups
Pelican Waste & Debris began picking up residential garbage today in Patterson, according to a news release.


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