When Pointe Coupee Central was closed over the summer by the Pointe Coupee School Board, St. Edmund was forced to find another opponent. That did not happen, so the Blue Jays have an open date Friday before taking on False River Academy on Oct. 31.
With a 48-0 win to open District 4-4A play, the Bobcats are sitting atop the standings while this week’s opponent is still searching for their first win. But Eunice High (3-1, 1-0) head coach Paul Trosclair pointed out that Washington Marion’s record doesn’t tell the whole story.

Benefit Gumbo tickets available now. Benefit, with proceeds for Coach Trosclair, is scheduled for Nov. 11 at 6 p.m. at Northwest Community Center.

Eunice High’s “Pay IT Forward” Club is gearing up for its different fundraisers and activities. One is to help the school’s head football coach Paul Trosclair. Trosclair, recently diagnosed with Multi-Myeloma, a rare blood-plasma cancer, travels from time to time for treatments at MD Anderson in Houston, Texas.

Benefit Gumbo tickets available now. Benefit, with proceeds for Coach Trosclair, is scheduled for Nov. 11 at 6 p.m. at Northwest Community Center.

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Alleged shooter at Lawtell disturbance booked

Washington

St. Landry Parish Patrol Deputies have arrested a man for firing 8 rounds into the air during a gathering at Frank’s Ranch on Hwy. 190 in Lawtell.

St. Landry arrests

Oct. 21
Roy Louis Wyble, III, age 30, 993 Hwy. 347, Arnaudville, LA, DWI 5th, reckless operation of a vehicle. Arrested by Louisiana State Police.

Eunice arrests

Oct. 20
Jeffery Barnwell, 21, 601 Bernice, disturbing the peace.
Robert Barnwell, 18, 601 Bernice, disturbing the peace.
Jeffery Barnwell, Sr., 42, 1008 North Second Lot 10, disturbing the peace.
Samantha Barnwell, 20, 601 Bernice, criminal mischief.

Radio Logs

October 20
0651 Traffic stop, warrant outstanding on a passenger, six violations, two citations, no location.
0744 Break-in, 400 block Acadia.
0827 Break-in, 200 block South 5th.

Mamou resumes extra patrol program

The Mamou Police Department has resumed its participation in the state’s L.A.C.E. (Local Agency Compensated Enforcement) program.

Mamou arrests

The Mamou Police Department reported five recent bookings into the town jail. Arrested were the following persons:
•Edward Charlie, 707 Henshaw St., New Iberia, was charged October 6, with remaining after being forbidden. Charlie was released with a citation.

City Court minutes, August 2014

The City Court of the City of Eunice met pursuant to adjournment on Monday, August 4, 2014 at 6:00 o’clock P.M. at the City Hall, Honorable Judge Lynette Y. Feucht presiding.
Warren Harmon, 151 Botley Cemet, Kinder, running red lights, failed to appear, bond of $256.00 forfeited;

St. Landry arrests

Oct. 20
Lacie Nicole Knott, age 25, 290 Thelma Dr., Sunset, LA, burglary of an inhabited dwelling.
Oran Joseph Washington, III, age 21, 201 Jeffrey Dr., #101 A, Lafayette, LA, illegal use of weapons or dangerous instruments.

Radio Logs

October 17
0807 Purse stolen from vehicle, 1700 block West Magnolia.
0842 Traffic stop, C.C. Duson & Laurel, synthetic dope seized.
1229 Forgery, Sattler Supply.
1322 Accident, 200 block West Park.
1354 Theft, 400 block South 2nd.

Eunice arrests

Oct. 17
David Mayne, 17, 320 Corn, disturbing the peace, simple criminal damage to property.
Shane Porche, 33, Mamou, probation warrant aggravated assault.

Early voting under way

Registrar of Voters Cheryl Milburn

St. Landry Registrar of Voters Cheryl Milburn reminds residents that the early voting period for the Nov. 4 primary election opened Tuesday and will continue through Oct. 28,
Early voting can be done at the registrar’s office in the parish courthouse in Opelousas.

From the Files ... October 1955

From files of The Eunice News:
October 1955

Property owners have signed petitions asking the city to pave more than 8 miles of streets, according to engineer L.J. “Red” Aucoin.

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Sports

When Pointe Coupee Central was closed over the summer by the Pointe Coupee School Board, St. Edmund was forced to find another opponent.

Lifestyle

EHS Homecoming Tea

The traditional tea for Eunice High Homecoming Court maids was held at the home of Troy and Vanessa Cormier Thursday afternoon. Seated in front from left are Olivia Aguillard, Lynzi Trosclair, Hali Jack, Kathryn Arnaud and Heidi Pitre.

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