Three horses were found strolling through Bayou Vista Wednesday morning. The horses were apprehended and returned safely to their home.
(The Daily Review Photo by Diane Miller Fears)

A few horses decided to go for a stroll through Bayou Vista early this morning by themselves. The St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Office received a complaint at 5:03 a.m. today that several horses had crossed U.S. 90 near the Plantation Inn in Bayou Vista, Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Traci Landry said.

The St. Mary Pony 14-year-old All-Stars begins play Thursday in the Pony South Zone’s Tournament’s Elite Bracket in Burleson, Texas. The team finished runner-up at the 2014 South Zone Baseballl Pony Super Region Tournament. Kneeling, from left, are team members Caleb Bernard, Dylan Landry, Kyle Pitre, Reid Wiley, Kyle Boudreaux and Cade Thibodeaux. Standing, from left, are assistant coach Shawn Bernard, Patrick Robertson, Hayden Pinho, Lukas Carnley, John Pat Dupuy, Joel Singleton and head coach Patrick Wiley. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Patrice Singleton.)

When the St. Mary PONY 14-year-old All-Stars take the field Thursday, they will do so as at least the last east St. Mary Parish team still playing any kind of youth baseball this summer.
Brittany’s Special Friends Camp was held earlier this month at Franklin Senior High School.

Three horses were found strolling through Bayou Vista Wednesday morning. The horses were apprehended and returned safely to their home.
(The Daily Review Photo by Diane Miller Fears)

The St. Mary Pony 14-year-old All-Stars begins play Thursday in the Pony South Zone’s Tournament’s Elite Bracket in Burleson, Texas. The team finished runner-up at the 2014 South Zone Baseballl Pony Super Region Tournament. Kneeling, from left, are team members Caleb Bernard, Dylan Landry, Kyle Pitre, Reid Wiley, Kyle Boudreaux and Cade Thibodeaux. Standing, from left, are assistant coach Shawn Bernard, Patrick Robertson, Hayden Pinho, Lukas Carnley, John Pat Dupuy, Joel Singleton and head coach Patrick Wiley. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Patrice Singleton.)

Emergency center to be self-sustainable, Category 5 hurricane resistant

The Port of Morgan City’s government emergency and operations center will be located on La. 182 adjacent to the Morgan City Municipal Auditorium. The front is the top illustration and at bottom is a side view.
(Submitted courtesy of Carl Blum)

The Port of Morgan City’s new $9.3 million government operations and emergency center will be able to sustain itself for about a week without external power and withstand a Category 5 hurricane, Ar

School observes La. week

Berwick Elementary hosted Louisiana Week April 28 to May 2. Scott Green, back, one of the owners of D.a.T. Sauce, a family owned and operated company of Morgan City, explained to the students how the special Cajun sauce was created, cooked, bottled, marketed and distributed. Their marketing slogan is, “There is a little bit of HOT with a whole lot of Flavor!” Each student received a bottle of D.a.T Sauce. Front, from left, are Abigail Glynn, Emily Cradeur and Gabriella Driskill.
(Submitted Photo)

Berwick Elementary hosted Louisiana Week April 28 to May 2.

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Mr. and Mrs. Bob Radtke
--Submitted Photo

Bob and Connie Radtke of Morgan City will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Aug. 1. They were married at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Morgan City on Aug. 1, 1964.

Obituaries

Louise R. Madise, 89, a resident of Morgan City, died Tuesday, July 29, 2014, at Morgan City Healthcare.

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