The yell of “Go! Go! Go!” heard late Friday evening could be heard around the city as Hanson Memorial High School Coach Brittany Broussard yelled instructions to Lady Tiger Alyssa Young as the HMS Lady Tigers pulled off a dramatic 1-0 eight-inning victory over the Quachita Christian School Lady Eagles at the HMS Girls Softball Complex.
Dr. Gary Wiltz, CEO of Teche Action Clinic and the chairman of the National Association of Health Care Centers was greeted by President Barack Obama Tuesday in the Rose Garden of the White House. The gathering was held after Obama signed a bill that guarantees community health center funding for the next two years.
“Last Bayou Passage” opens Tuesday at the Teche Theatre for the Performing Arts in downtown Franklin. A No Hitchin’ Production by Techeland Arts Council, the show will be presented at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, and there will be a 2 p.m. matinee Sunday. Tickets are available at the door.

Wreck snarls traffic on U.S. 90 bridge

A two-vehicle wreck occurred at about 7:30 a.m. today on the U.S. 90 bridge in Morgan City. A refrigeration truck and a vehicle pulling a boat and trailer were involved in the crash, St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Office Spokesman Lt. Sennet Wiggins said. As of about 9 a.m. today, authorities cleared the bridge of the crash. No one had been transported to the hospital and neither driver had been cited in the crash, Wiggins said.
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A two-vehicle wreck occurred at about 7:30 a.m. today on the U.S. 90 bridge in Morgan City. A refrigeration truck and a vehicle pulling a boat and trailer were involved in the crash, St.

White weighs in on Common Core

St. Mary Parish Superintendent of Schools Donald Aguillard, left, and State Superintendent of Schools John White chat during a tour of Hattie Watts Elementary School in Patterson on Monday.
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While State Superintendent of Schools John White was in St. Mary Parish Monday, he answered a few questions about the current state of affairs in Louisiana education.

State Superintendent of Schools John White tours Hattie Watts Elementary in Patterson

McKenzie Percle, Lillian Breaux and Elijah Charlot, students at Hattie Watts Elementary were tour guides Monday during the visit of the State Superintendent of Schools John White, who is leaning forward. At right is state Sen. Bret Allain, R-Franklin.
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State Superintendent of Schools John White spent several hours visiting Hattie Watts Elementary on Monday.

Ribbon cutting held

Baldwin Mayor Donna Lanceslin along with other local officials, Chamber of Commerce members, friends and family joined owners Marquall and Kizzy Dixon for the ribbon cutting of MK Dixon Funeral Hom

Honors at Central Catholic High School

Central Catholic High School Student of the Month Award is designed to distinguish one outstanding junior high school student and one high school student. This award is an opportunity to recognize students who have demonstrated excellent leadership ability and motivation. This month, Central Catholic High School has awarded eighth-grader Bailee Lipari and junior Lindsee Case for the honor. Librarian and technology coordinator Anna Saleme was recognized as Inspirational Faculty Member of the month.
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Central Catholic High School Student of the Month Award is designed to distinguish one outstanding junior high school student and one high school student.

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NEW ORLEANS _ Holden’s Lady Rockets nipped Centerville’s Lady Bulldogs by five points to win the 2015 Girls District 8-B Championships here Thursday.

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