Ribbon cutting ceremonies were held Friday for the Lamp Station, a new local business dedicated to providing local artisans with retail space for their arts and crafts. Owners Gary and Diane Wiltz hosted St. Mary Parish Chamber of Commerce representatives, local officials and well-wishers to mark the outlet’s official opening.

Central Catholic High School fell to Hanson Memorial Saturday, 3-1 as costly errors and a lack of hitting doomed the squad. Above, Central Catholic pitcher Greg Leger Jr. fires a pitch. Leger pitched 6.1 innings and allowed just three hits, walked five, hit one batter and fanned 10. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

AMELIA — Hanson’s John Guienze limited Central Catholic’s offense, and the Eagles’ defense committed costly errors late in a 3-1 loss Saturday in a top 5 Class 1A matchup.

Brenna Eaker, at left in the photo at left, along with Kim Bouldin, Rebecca Hudson and Gracie Cole, skate up the La. 182 bridge from Morgan City to Berwick on Sunday. They are pushing strollers with about 100 pounds of gear in each one.
The Daily Review/Zachary Fitzgerald

A Colorado women’s roller derby team, on a mission to raise funds to stop domestic violence and sexual assault, skated their way into the Tri-City area Sunday as part of a 2,800-mile trip across the country.

Central Catholic High School fell to Hanson Memorial Saturday, 3-1 as costly errors and a lack of hitting doomed the squad. Above, Central Catholic pitcher Greg Leger Jr. fires a pitch. Leger pitched 6.1 innings and allowed just three hits, walked five, hit one batter and fanned 10. (The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute)

Brenna Eaker, at left in the photo at left, along with Kim Bouldin, Rebecca Hudson and Gracie Cole, skate up the La. 182 bridge from Morgan City to Berwick on Sunday. They are pushing strollers with about 100 pounds of gear in each one.
The Daily Review/Zachary Fitzgerald

Krewe of Amani Parade postponed to Saturday

King and Queen Adonis XL Keith Leonard and JoAnne Radtke held a toast during Friday night’s Krewe of Adonis parade in Morgan City.
he Daily Review/Crystal Thieleipape

Because of the predicted 60 percent chance of rain today, the Krewe of Amani rescheduled its parade for 4 p.m. Saturday, Mayor Rodney Grogan said in a news release.

Police: Two seriously injured in head-on crash in Morgan City

A two-vehicle crash Saturday night on Greenwood Overpass in Morgan City left the drivers of the pickup truck and car involved with serious injuries, according to Morgan City police. (Photo courtesy of Morgan City Police Department)

The drivers of two vehicles sustained serious injuries Saturday night in a wreck on Greenwood Overpass after the driver of a pickup truck traveling westbound crossed into the eastbound lanes hittin

Central Catholic students visit Rotary Club

Morgan City Rotary Club members hosted Central Catholic High School students Tanner Wiggins and Jordan Morvant at a recent luncheon where the students spoke about their school activities and education plans. From left are Rotary student visit director Edgar Barousse, Wiggins and Morvant.
(Submitted Photo)

Morgan City Rotary Club members hosted Central Catholic High School students Tanner Wiggins and Jordan Morvant at a recent luncheon where the students spoke about their school activities and educat

Carnival balls, parades highlight weekend

A man is handing boxes to Rob Radtke, Krewe of Adonis vice president, for the preparation of the Tri-City area’s only nighttime parade at 7 p.m. today.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

The krewes of Hephaestus and Amani will each hold a Carnival ball Saturday. Balls for the krewes of Adonis, Nike, Galatea, Dionysus and Hannibal have already been held.

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Sports

NEW ORLEANS _ Ashton Landry tossed a no-hitter and Marlee Darden cracked a solo home run as the Centerville Lady Bulldogs pinned a 14-4 District 8-B loss on Patrick Taylor here Monday.

Lifestyle

Born to Jaclyn Nicole Fields and Edwin Arnoldo Fonseca of Morgan City, a boy, Edwin Joshua Fonseca, on Jan. 8 at Teche Regional Medical Center in Morgan City.

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