Judge James R. McClelland, of the 16th Judicial District Court, was presented with a plaque Tuesday by court staff in recognition of having presided over St. Mary Parish Drug Court for the past four years.
Winners of Baldwin Beautification Club’s Christmas Lighting Contest in zones 1, 2 and 4, in order of first to third place are Randy Guillot, 504 Martin Luther King St.; Tony and Monica Gibson, 128 Martin Luther King St.; and Austin Connor, 104 Lancelin St.
A mediator will step in to help resolve recent issues involving Franklin Foundation Hospital and Hospital Service District 1. The St. Mary Parish Council approved hiring attorney Gary McGoffin of the Durio, McGoffin, Stagg & Ackermann law firm Wednesday at a rate of $300 per hour.

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Speaker: Low oil prices to affect drilling companies

Bruce Jordan, president of Stokes & Spiehler and managing member of Drilling Partners LLC, spoke Tuesday at the Petroleum Club of Morgan City.
(The Daily Review Photo by Zachary Fitzgerald)

A drilling consultant and contractor for independent oil and gas companies says the drop in oil prices has not yet hit the industry, but is going to have a big impact.

Top Cops

“Top Cops” of St. Mary were recognized in a special ceremony Monday by the local Mothers Against Drunk Driving chapter.

Morgan City High drill team

Morgan City High Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps competed in a drill meet Saturday at South Lafourche High School. Four schools competed and the Morgan City cadets won three second-place trophies in Color Guard, Inspection and Drill. Cadets, from left, are Caleb Trahan, Michel Granger, Maria Aguilera and Brayden Pacheco.
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Morgan City High Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps competed in a drill meet Saturday at South Lafourche High School.

Top students 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. The award is an opportunity to recognize those students who have demonstrated leadership ability and motivation. This month, Central Catholic High School has awarded eighth-grader Dustin Hebert and senior Matthew David for the honor. Chemistry teacher Tracy Crappell, was also 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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Sports

Three players scored in double figures as the Hanson Memorial Tigers defeated the Delcambre Panthers 73-41 in Wednesday’s opener in the 74th Annual Hanson Holiday Classic Tournament here at the Bil

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