The City Council approved moving forward with renovating the city’s wharf on Berwick Bay.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

The City Council gave approval Tuesday for engineers to move forward with the design and bid process of a project to replace the city’s existing wharf on Berwick Bay and extend the wharf to the south by almost 150 feet.
The St. Mary Central 10-year-old All-Stars beat West Monroe North 2-1 Tuesday to advance to the championship game today of the AAA Minor South Regional at Wally Pontiff Jr. Playground in Metairie. St. Mary Central took a 1-0 lead in the bottom of the second inning. Owen Thorguson singled driving in Luke Zerangue, who had singled.
The St. Mary Central 10-year-old All-Stars beat West Monroe North 2-1 Tuesday to advance to the championship game today of the AAA Minor South Regional at Wally Pontiff Jr. Playground in Metairie. St. Mary Central took a 1-0 lead in the bottom of the second inning. Owen Thorguson singled driving in Luke Zerangue, who had singled.

The City Council approved moving forward with renovating the city’s wharf on Berwick Bay.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

Observatory receives ‘Astro Oscar’

Ken Stage, owner of the St. George Observatory in Schriever, is shown demonstrating what happens to an 8-ounce Styrofoam cup when it is submerged to a depth of nearly 7,000 feet in the Gulf of Mexico.
(Submitted Photo)

Ken Stage and his wife, Faye, both of the St. George Observatory, recently received the Astronomy Outreach Award as part of the “Astro Oscars,” Ken Stage, owner of the St.

Arrest reports

Ricky Roberts

Two men were caught in a drug bust Tuesday in Morgan City after they sold several Promethazine pills to undercover narcotics detectives, Morgan City Police Chief Michael Banks said in a news releas

Cypress Sawmill Festival begins Friday

Fair workers, from left, Tina Smith, Charles Payne and Gus Montanez prepare a ride today for the Patterson Cypress Sawmill Festival scheduled Friday through Sunday at Kemper Williams Park near Patterson. The family event features a professional lumberjack show, a cypress sawmill display, golf, fishing and softball tournaments, a passe-partout contest, arts and crafts, a classic car and truck show, a street fair, and food and drink booths. The fundraiser benefits the Cypress Sawmill Museum Foundation that supports the museum exhibits at Louisiana State Museum — Patterson.
(The Daily Review Photo by Diane Miller Fears)

The 24th annual Patterson Cypress Sawmill Festival begins Friday with the gates opening at 3 p.m. at Kemper Williams Park near Patterson and will run through Sunday.

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Mary and Michael Landry
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Mary and Michael Landry of Stephensville celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary July 4 with a renewal of vows at the Bayou Vista Community Center. The Rev. Nathan Rush officiated.

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