Stephensville Elementary School will be closed today due to extended power outages in Belle River, according to St. Martin Parish Schools Superintendent Lottie Beebe.

Patterson and Berwick high schools managed to complete a continuation game Friday in Patterson. The Lumberjacks were ahead 2-0 when the game was postponed due to lightning on April 16. Patterson added two more runs in Friday’s contest to win 4-0 securing second place in district. E.D. White stands in first place and Berwick is third. Above, Lumberjack Bryce Beaubouef slides safely into second during play on April 15.
--The Daily Review/Corwin Murray

Patterson blanked Berwick, 4-0, at home Friday in a continuation game from April 16. The game, which Patterson was leading 2-0, was called after the teams had already gone to the dugout for a lightning delay with Berwick batting with no outs in the top of the third inning and a runner on first.
The yell of “Go! Go! Go!” heard late Friday evening could be heard around the city as Hanson Memorial High School Coach Brittany Broussard yelled instructions to Lady Tiger Alyssa Young as the HMS Lady Tigers pulled off a dramatic 1-0 eight-inning victory over the Quachita Christian School Lady Eagles at the HMS Girls Softball Complex.

Patterson and Berwick high schools managed to complete a continuation game Friday in Patterson. The Lumberjacks were ahead 2-0 when the game was postponed due to lightning on April 16. Patterson added two more runs in Friday’s contest to win 4-0 securing second place in district. E.D. White stands in first place and Berwick is third. Above, Lumberjack Bryce Beaubouef slides safely into second during play on April 15.
--The Daily Review/Corwin Murray

ACLU: School prayer complaints rare

The news media and some residents gathered to make their case about a high school student who objected to prayer at an assembly at Morgan City High School. The residents gathered at Lawrence Park in Morgan City Thursday.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thieleipape)

The American Civil Liberties Union in Louisiana has received an average of one complaint a month in the last year concerning prayer in school, but has never received a complaint about a student not

Aguillard: school policy affords students opportunities to pray

Morgan City High School student Michael Mancuso, center in red shirt, speaks to the news media Thursday at Lawrence Park in Morgan City in response to another high school student who objected to prayer at an assembly at the school.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

School leaders said today that St. Mary Parish school system policy affords students the opportunity to pray.

Boy Scout Steak Dinner tickets

Morgan City Mayor Frank “Boo” Grizzaffi, left, buys a ticket to the annual Boys Scouts of America Dinner scheduled Dec. 11. The steak dinner begins with refreshments from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. with the dinner to follow. The dinner will be held at the AARP building, formerly the KC Home in Morgan City. Tickets are $75 each. The Morgan City Rotary Club is the sponsor and tickets are available by calling Lenny Dartez at 985-755-0515 or Bill Cefalu at 985-397-1445.
(Submitted Photo)

Morgan City Mayor Frank “Boo” Grizzaffi, left, buys a ticket to the annual Boys Scouts of America Dinner scheduled Dec. 11.

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Patterson and Berwick high schools managed to complete a continuation game Friday in Patterson. The Lumberjacks were ahead 2-0 when the game was postponed due to lightning on April 16. Patterson added two more runs in Friday’s contest to win 4-0 securing second place in district. E.D. White stands in first place and Berwick is third. Above, Lumberjack Bryce Beaubouef slides safely into second during play on April 15.
--The Daily Review/Corwin Murray

Patterson blanked Berwick, 4-0, at home Friday in a continuation game from April 16.

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Matthew Brouillette and Lacey Fontenot
--Melinda Gilmore Photography

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Lombas Jr. of Morgan City wish to announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Lacey Renee Fontenot, to Matthew Joseph Brouillette, son of Mr.

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