Winners in the golf cart decorating contest during the City of Franklin’s Christmas Lighting ceremony downtown were, from left, first place award to Tracy Ackman, third place winner Mindi Baxter and second place winner Catherine Siracusa. Their awards were presented at the Franklin City Council meeting Tuesday evening.
New officers were elected during a routine meeting of the Hospital Service District 1 Board of Commissioners Thursday. After two months of controversy the regular session was brief and uneventful.

George Beaugh signs the wing panel while Mike Jerrell, left, and Keith Ellefson, right, take photos. Jerrell and Ellefson traveled to Morgan City to get Beaugh’s signature on the wing panel. The pair went to Baton Rouge Wednesday to get another veteran to sign the panel.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

World War II veteran George Beaugh became the 104th person to sign a piece of history that will eventually be displayed at Hill Aerospace Museum at Hill Air Force Base in Utah.

George Beaugh signs the wing panel while Mike Jerrell, left, and Keith Ellefson, right, take photos. Jerrell and Ellefson traveled to Morgan City to get Beaugh’s signature on the wing panel. The pair went to Baton Rouge Wednesday to get another veteran to sign the panel.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

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Arrest reports

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St. Mary Parish Sheriff Mark Hebert reported responding to 45 complaints in the parish and reported the following arrests in east St. Mary Parish:

PMI Energy Services expanding here

A crane is shown at PMI Energy Services’ dock on the Atchafalaya River in Morgan City where offshore supplies are loaded and unloaded. PMI is in the midst of a $3 million construction project that may create more than 30 jobs.
(The Daily Review Photo by Zachary Fitzgerald)

PMI Energy Services is working on a roughly $3 million construction project creating a base for various oil field companies to operate from in an effort to bring those companies to the Morgan City

Heart Month observed

M C Bank tellers participated in February Heart Month. From left, Joyce Harrelson, Tammy Johnson, Cindy Lacy, Maria Sheehan and Edna Landry are just a few of the tellers at M C Bank who took on the challenge to sell paper hearts and “Red Dress Pins,” the signature symbol for the American Heart Association’s “Go Red For Women” program. Proceeds of the heart and pin sales went toward the American Heart Association’s mission to educate the community. According to Frances Dupre, M C Bank’s human resources/marketing director and American Heart Association committee member, “Cardiovascular disease including heart disease and stroke is the No. 1 killer in St. Mary Parish. Statistics show 25 percent of all deaths in Louisiana are from cardiovascular disease.”
(Submitted Photo)

M C Bank tellers participated in February Heart Month.

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Obituaries

Funeral services for Lula Mae B. Hock, who passed away on Wednesday, December 17, 2014, at the Franklin Health Care Center, was held at a 1 p.m. Mass of Christian burial on Friday, Dec.

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