Morgan City Housing Authority Interim Director Clarence Robinson listens during Thursday’s board meeting.
(The Daily Review Photo by Zachary Fitzgerald)

Two of the Morgan City Housing Authority employees who are accused of receiving improper pay and bonuses will continue to be employed with the authority at least until officials finish investigating the authority’s right to action against state Civil Service classified employees, the housing authority board decided Thursday.

Charlie Barron

Central Catholic’s Charlie Barron was selected to the Louisiana Sportswriters Association Class 1A All-State Football First Team, and three other Eagles made honorable mention all-state, according to an article published Thursday in The Advocate.
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.

Morgan City Housing Authority Interim Director Clarence Robinson listens during Thursday’s board meeting.
(The Daily Review Photo by Zachary Fitzgerald)

Charlie Barron

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TOP TEACHER

Rogena Hartley, a science teacher at J.S. Aucoin Elementary in Amelia was named Wednesday as Louisiana Science Teachers Association’s Outstanding Elementary Science Teacher of the Year for 2014.
(The Daily Review Photo by Crystal Thielepape)

Rogena Hartley doesn’t feel like she’s doing anything special when she’s teaching science to fifth graders at J.S. Aucoin Elementary, but the Louisiana Science Teachers Association disagrees.

Peacemaker Award

Chez Hope Family Violence Crisis Center Director Sami Riley, left, presents the organization’s Peacemaker Award to Garden City resident Gary Blum at this morning’s annual Unity Day Breakfast.

Arson suspected in camp fire

St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Office Marine Division detectives responded to a complaint on Sept. 22 of a burned camp situated on the bank of Bayou Choupique, St. Mary Parish Sheriff Mark Hebert said in a news release. The preliminary investigation conducted with the assistance of the Franklin Fire Department indicates that the camp was purposefully set on fire, Hebert said. The camp was last seen secured and intact on Sept. 14. Investigators are seeking information on the person or people involved in the crime. The St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Office may be reached at 337-828-1960 or 985-384-1622. Anonymous tips may also be submitted by going to the Contact Us link at www.stmaryso.com.
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St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Office Marine Division detectives responded to a complaint on Sept. 22 of a burned camp situated on the bank of Bayou Choupique, St.

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Obituaries

Todd Prestenbach

Todd Prestenbach, a lifelong resident of Morgan City, who was born Oct. 21, 1953, the son of Alton and the late Mayola Prestenbach, suddenly passed away at his residence Wednesday, Dec.

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