A house fire this morning on Franklin Street in Morgan City resulted in significant property damage, Fire Chief Morris Price said. Morgan City Fire Department firefighters and Morgan City police responded to scene. The house was not occupied at the time of the fire, Price said. (The Daily Review Photo by Courtney Darce)
A fire at a Franklin Street residence this morning left one firefighter with a minor concussion and heavy fire damage to the garage and rear of the house, Morgan City Fire Chief Morris Price said.
St. Mary Parish Sheriff Mark Hebert reported the following arrests:
Five St. Mary Parish youth graduated from the Louisiana National Guard Youth Challenge Program in Alexandria last weekend. The program is designed to assist at-risk youth and offers them an alternative to dropping out of school with an educational and goal-oriented program. Attending the five-and-a-half month long first phase of the program and graduating were, from left, top of the class graduate Tommie Poirrier, Jeanerette; Drizzt Morales, Franklin; Callen Richard, Morgan City; Tony Caro, Jeanerette; and Kyle Ardeneaux, Franklin. (Submitted Photo)
Five St. Mary Parish youths were among 252 cadets graduating the Louisiana National Guard Youth Challenge Program at the Alexandria Riverfront Center Saturday.