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Bayou Vista donation

Teresa Rappmundt, left, senior vice president and secretary of Patterson State Bank, presents a donation to Bayou Vista Elementary School Principal Claire Guarisco on behalf of the bank. The funds will be used to provide prizes for raffles that are held at the end of every nine-week period at school. Students with honor roll, principal’s list, perfect attendance, and good behavior are entered into the drawing for a chance to receive the grand prize.
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Teresa Rappmundt, left, senior vice president and secretary of Patterson State Bank, presents a donation to Bayou Vista Elementary School Principal Claire Guarisco on behalf of the bank.

Drug take-back

Austin Blair of Morgan City was one of the participants in Saturday’s National Take-Back Initiative coordinated locally by Morgan City Police Department, St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s office and Walgreens. Blair hands a bag of expired pharmaceuticals to Jill Ward, Walgreens manager. The St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Office collected 24.9 pounds of drugs between its two drop-off locations in Berwick and Jeanerette, Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Traci Landry said.
(The Daily Review Photo by Diane Miller Fears)

Austin Blair of Morgan City was one of the participants in Saturday’s National Take-Back Initiative coordinated locally by Morgan City Police Department, St.

Atchafalaya River dredging

Routine maintenance dredging has been going on for about the past month in the Atchafalaya River surrounding the Port of Morgan City, Port Executive Director Raymond “Mac” Wade said. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers dredges the harbor once a year between Morgan City and Berwick, Wade said. The contract also includes dredging a spot on the Calumet Cut on the Intracoastal Waterway, he said. “They probably won’t be there for about a month,” Wade said. Dredging will continue in the Morgan City area for about another month, Wade said.
(The Daily Review Photo by Harlan Kirgan)

Routine maintenance dredging has been going on for about the past month in the Atchafalaya River surrounding the Port of Morgan City, Port Executive Director Raymond “Mac” Wade said. The U.S.

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