A man was rescued from the Atchafalaya River Monday after another person called 911 upon seeing someone fall from the La. 182 bridge over Berwick Bay.
Officials held a ribbon cutting Friday for the Hugh and Byrnes Young Marine and Petroleum Safety Training Center in Morgan City. The facility is part of South Central Louisiana Technical College’s Young Memorial Campus. The building was made possible by state funding and donations from H&B Young Foundation. (The Daily Review/Zachary Fitzgerald)
Officials formally opened a new multi-million dollar training facility Friday in Morgan City that will serve the local marine and petroleum industries and also train workers around the country.
Morgan City will showcase over 100 songwriters this week in an inaugural festival that organizers hope will help turn the area into a destination for songwriters across the country.
Patterson Knights of Columbus meeting 7 p.m. Thursday, April 6, instead of April 13. Meal at 6:30 p.m.
Bryce Merrill, curator of a new museum coming to Morgan City, conducted a contest to select a name for the new museum, which will be located at Mr. Charlie’s Rig Museum. The winner of the contest, Byron Vournazos of Morgan City, was awarded a gift certificate for submitting the name “Diving and ROV Historical Preservation Museum South Louisiana." Vournazos received a $50 voucher from Commercial Diving Supply of Broussard, provided by Scott Croft, owner. Shown from left Vournazos and Merrill.
Bryce Merrill, curator of a new museum coming to Morgan City, conducted a contest to select a name for the new museum, which will be located at Mr. Charlie’s Rig Museum.