Winter weather

No snow? An ice sculpture will do

A half-dozen North Third Street children were not deterred from creating fun when snow failed to arrive during their two-day weather-related reprieve from school this week. Siblings Grace Landry and Harvey “Jay Jay” Morgan explained how their father constructed a frame and left a water hose running to form an ice sculpture. From left, are Madison Williams, 11, Ryan-Katherine Caldwell, 10, Lindsey Landry, 10, Grace Landry, 9, Gavin Morgan, 7, and Harvey Morgan, 11.
(The Daily Review Photo by Zachary Fitzgerald)

With a little Cajun ingenuity and some help from Daddy, a group of siblings and their friends managed to find something to mitigate their disappointment in not having snow to play in Wednesday.

Shoppers were ready for storm

Trisha Grogan of Morgan City buys ingredients to make gumbo Tuesday at Cannata’s Market in Morgan City.
(The Daily Review Photo by Zachary Fitzgerald)

Some people around Morgan City made last-minute trips to the store to get essential supplies in anticipation of the projected winter storm while others made their preparations over the weekend.

Wintry mix bypasses us

Clarence “CB” Brown of Morgan City didn’t let the frigid weather stop him from taking his 6-year-old dog Maggie for her daily constitutional this morning. “Maggie likes this kind of weather,” he said as they made their trek through Lake End Park in Morgan City.
(The Daily Review Photo by Diane Miller Fears)

The freezing rain and ice expected in the parish Tuesday was a no-show, but the cold weather remained with the forecast calling for freezing temperatures until noon when a warm up to about 40 at th


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