Daily Review sports editor Geoff Stoute talks with Central Catholic Coach Timmy Minton about the upcoming game with Ascension Catholic.
oey Carbonell owner of C-Tech Machine and Fabrication and Teche Trucking has put out a call for donations to help flood victims of what is being called the Great Flood of 2016.
Helping him with his quest is company representatives from G&J Land and Marine, Oceaneering, Teche Towing, and many others.
Area citizens have been dropping off donations all day Sunday and Carbonell's 18-wheeler will being making a trip to one of the area's affected by the ongoing disaster. Donations are still being accepted at C-Tech located at 3446 La. 182 in Berwick. Anyone wishing to donate cleaning supplies, personal hygiene products, food, clothing, baby food and diapers may bring them to C-Tech.
From left are Artie Myers, of Oceaneering; Mike Carbonell, C-Tech manager; Raymond Foret, of Teche Towing; and Joey Carbonell, owner of C-Tech and Teche Towing. (The Daily Review/Diane Miller Fears)
The Tri-City area escaped the weekend storms without street or home flooding, and area residents are pitching in to help get supplies to people in the Baton Rouge and Lafayette areas who were hit h
Members of the Sumpter Williams High School Class of 1966 gathered recently for their 50-year reunion. In attendance were, front row from left, Sheena W. Coleman, Josie Jones, Ruby Hebert, Jennifer V. LeBlanc, Nettie P. Valentine, Mary Washington, Janet G. Price, Bessie S. Singleton, Joyce W. Matthews and Clarence Gray. Back row from left are James Cox, Robert Singleton, the Rev. Ezekiel Simmons, Emile Washington, Irvin Ruffin, Gwendolyn H. Johnson, Oneil Johnson, Robert Emerson, Floyd Bradford, Elmer Singleton and Kenneth Bradford. Not pictured are Micheal Jones and Ricky Bradford.
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The Sumpter Williams High School Class of 1966 celebrated its 50-year reunion July 1-3.