Atchafalaya River

Port chief heads to D.C. for funding, dredging

Port of Morgan City Executive Director Raymond “Mac” Wade
(The Daily Review File Photo)

Today’s trip to Washington, D.C., for Port of Morgan City Executive Director Raymond “Mac” Wade will be one to both thank federal officials for their help to get additional funding to dredge the At

Tour du Teche praised as a success

Zoo-Zoom “The Little Zoo on Wheels” was at the Tour de Teche on Sunday at the riverfront in Berwick. Rachel Wick, a volunteer at the zoo, holds an alligator for Breanna Williams and Kloey Cuvillier to touch.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

Young and old, paddlers representing nine states arrived in Berwick Bay Sunday as they completed the 135-mile Tour du Teche canoe, kayak and pirogue race through the heart of Louisiana’s Cajun Coun

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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