The Jeanerette Museum will host the film viewing of Louisiana Story and a special presentation by Tika Laudun, senior producer of Louisiana Public Broadcasting at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 7.
The history-making five-person team consisting of (from left) Bobby Smart of Anacoco (a “Louisiana ringer” on the team), Phil Bowden of San Marcos, Wendell Smith of Sequin, Chris Champion of San Marcos, and Heather Harrison of New Braunfels, exudes confidence at the start of the Tour de Rivière Rouge and 410 de Louisiane in Bossier City on Sept. 26. JPaddling a custom-made, 42-foot carbon fiber canoe, the team made their way down the Red River, motor-portaging around a bridge demolition in Alexandria, entering the Atchafalaya River at its source, and finishing with a motor portage at Krotz Springs into Bayou Courtableau for a painful sprint to Port Barre. (Photos by Ken Harris and Ray Pellerin)
BY KEN GRISSOM
This week, Daily Review sports editor Geoff Stoute talks with Central Catholic coach Tommy Minton.
LABADIEVILLE — Sixth-grader Macey Clement and her family of Labadieville had plans to watch the boat racing Saturday in Morgan City. But an alligator’s bite derailed them.
St. Mary Parish Sheriff Mark Hebert reported the following arrests:
Community members have the opportunity to meet and socialize with the first responders who serve them on a daily basis at the third annual Night Out Against Crime on Thursday at Lawrence Park in Mo