Seacraft Shipyard workers are putting the finishing touches on constructing a 400-ton mobile boat hoist partly paid for with a more than $1 million federal grant, said Monty Cornes, project manager
St. Mary Parish Sheriff Mark Hebert reported the following arrest:
Prevention Plus Clinic held a ribbon-cutting ceremony April 23 at its office located at 912 Marguerite St. in Morgan City. Owner Dr. Peter Abel, a cardiologist and 25-year resident of Morgan City, said, “I wanted to give back to Morgan City and to provide exceptional care.” On hand with Abel for the ceremony were Scott Price, Nelson Cortez, Mata Tellman and Eugina Price, St. Mary Chamber of Commerce ambassadors; Donna Meyer, Chamber president; Stephanie Dehart, Mandy Miller, Trisha Aucoin, Leah Wells, Layne Reynaud and Tricia McAllister, Prevention Plus staff; Charles Ray Johnson; Frank “Boo” Grizzaffi, Morgan City mayor; Jarrod Longman, St. Mary Parish assessor; Tommy Longman, District Attorney’s office liaison; Bob Harrison, Chamber vice chairman; and Lisa Patterson, Chamber marketing director. Prevention Plus is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays and specializes in reducing the risk of heart attacks and strokes.
(The Daily Review Photo by Diane Miller Fears)
Prevention Plus Clinic held a ribbon-cutting ceremony April 23 at its office located at 912 Marguerite St. in Morgan City.
Brothers Blake and Tyler Laiche, both from Lutcher, were the first to weigh in and remained in first place in the inaugural South Central Louisiana Technical College fishing tournament with five fish that weighed in at 12.6 pounds; the biggest at three pounds was caught by Blake Laiche, right. The tournament proceeds will support the new scholarship fund at the college.
(The Daily Review Photo by Preston Gill)
The inaugural South Central Louisiana Technical College fishing tournament held Saturday raised about $1,500 for the college scholarship fund as Tyler Laiche and Blake Laiche won the event with a 1