The Berwick Lady Panthers hosted a little girls volleyball camp Monday through Wednesday. Thirty campers participated in drills. Above, are campers and Berwick volleyball players. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Heather Templet)

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Franklin Police Chief Sabria McGuire reported the following arrests in an investigation into a business theft. McGuire said employees reportedly took money from a finance business on Weber Street.
For the second time in as many years, the Morgan City Recreation Department may be unable to host Pop Warner football this fall. Morgan City Recreation Director Seth Thomas said Tuesday that in 2014, for the first time in 40 years, the recreation department was not able to hold Pop Warner football due to a lack of interest.

The Berwick Lady Panthers hosted a little girls volleyball camp Monday through Wednesday. Thirty campers participated in drills. Above, are campers and Berwick volleyball players. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Heather Templet)

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Detectives seek ID of Amelia robbery suspect

A suspect in a March 17 robbery at the Circle K in Amelia is seen on video surveillance. (Submitted photo)

Authorities are seeking the identity of a suspect seen on video surveillance during a March 17 robbery at Circle K in Amelia, according to a St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Office news release.

Police: Woman seriously hurt in 'rolling meth' lab fire

Two women were injured, one of them seriously, when their car caught fire early today on the U.S. 90 bridge. Police say the car may have been a rolling meth lab.
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One woman was seriously injured and her twin sister had minor injuries after a car they were in caught fire this morning on the U.S. 90 bridge in Morgan City.

'Amazing kids': Local people turn out to support autistic children

The three children to whom this T-shirt refers are Cameron and Eva Aucoin and Royce Fryou. They were among the autistic children recognized Saturday at Morgan City's Autism Society 5K Run-Walk.
The Daily Review/Bill Decker

Ten local children were recognized on posters for the seventh annual Autism Society 5K Run/Walk, which brought hundreds of people to the Morgan City Junior High football field Saturday morning.

Getting Bayou Teche ready: Plenty of events this season

Volunteer Greg Guidroz with The TECHE Project clears a tree that fell into Bayou Teche, impeding navigability in the newly designated National Water Trail. The TECHE Project is preparing the bayou for the “Cajun Classique” wooden boat cruise from Arnaudville to Franklin on April 13-19. (Photo: The TECHE Project)

Work has begun behind the scenes to prep Bayou Teche for an unprecedented amount of recreational activity this spring, summer and fall.

New generation, new ideas: Rotary forum lets students propose projects

Taylor Stirling, accompanied by Tanner Guillotte, tell Thursday's Rotary New Generation forum about Hanson Memorial's plan for an educational program focusing on synthetic drugs.
The Daily Review/Bill Decker

Mayors, presidents, chiefs, councilmen and commissioners were there. But Thursday night belonged to the sophomores, juniors and seniors and their ideas for improving St.

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The Berwick Lady Panthers hosted a little girls volleyball camp Monday through Wednesday. Thirty campers participated in drills. Above, are campers and Berwick volleyball players. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Heather Templet)

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The Rumpled Quilts members gather from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the second Wednesday of each month at the United Methodist Church on Main Street in Patterson.

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