WOSC 5, LSU Eunice 2 ENID, Oklahoma - Western Oklahoma State College scored three runs in the top of the tenth inning to break a 2-2 tie and grab the winner’s bracket victory over top-ranked LSU Eunice Thursday night. The Bengals will face UCONN-Avery Point in an elimination game at 3:30 p.m. Friday.

Caleb Cart of Eunice stands in a rice field with his wife Katie and children Owen, Sloane and Hallee. Cart began farming for a living in 2005. (Photo by Claudette Olivier)

Many of those who enter the state’s farming industry are born into the business, but several first generation farmers are also breaking into the profession in St. Landry Parish.
ENID, Oklahoma - The top-ranked LSU Eunice Bengals stayed in the winner’s bracket with a 8-1 win over Kellogg Community College Wednesday night. After two scoreless innings, the Bengals grabbed a 1-0 lead in the top of the third when Trenon Trosclair walked, stole second and scored when Nick Coomes drew a bases-loaded walk.

Caleb Cart of Eunice stands in a rice field with his wife Katie and children Owen, Sloane and Hallee. Cart began farming for a living in 2005. (Photo by Claudette Olivier)

Eunice arrests

June 26
Cody Landry, 20, 100 Benjamin, DWI 1st, careless operation.
Byron Mahon, 45, 100 Acadia, possession with intent to distribute Schedule II, possession of drug paraphernalia, violation drug-free zone.
Devin Sonnier, 21, 610 North 11th, felony theft.

Radio Logs

Thursday, June 26
0101 Man banished from premises is at AMC, want him removed.
0137 Suspicious activity, 400 block Acadia.
0200 Traffic stop, near Popeye’s, arrest made.
1021 Theft, 1800 block West Park.
1140 Criminal trespass, Walmart.

Radio Logs

Wednesday, June 25
0722 Suspicious person, Acadian Culture Center, obscenity arrest made.
0751 Banished person on premises, Shell Station.
1251 Break-in, 600 block North 2nd.
1723 Child locked in vehicle, 200 block Gum.
1726 18-wheeler in ditch, West Laurel.

Eunice arrests

June 25
Jean Marshall Arabie, 22, 201 Bernard, DWI 1st, improper lane usage, open container in vehicle, no seat belt.
Kenneth Cart, 54, 256 Acadia Lot 9, obscenity.
Iobie Levier,26, 430 Cotton, bench warrants misuse of temporary tag, no insurance, running a stop sign.

St. Landry arrests

June 24
Tony Ben, age 31, 108 Berkley Ave., Lafayette, LA, simple burglary. Arrested by Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Office.
June 25
Bryson Jacoby Williams, age 25, 884 Meche Rd., Arnaudville, La, felony theft.

Eunice arrests

June 24
Gerald Patton, 29, 821 South Beulah Apt. 1-B, possession with intent to distribute Schedule II crack cocaine, violation of drug-free zone, possession of drug paraphernalia.
James Williams, 31, 100 Crestview Loop Apt. 201, criminal mischief.

Radio Logs

Monday, June 23
0722 Black female dancing in street, flashing passing vehicles, East Laurel.
0910 Investigation, 200 block 8th Street, consent to search, narcotics located.
1112 Man says father is in nursing home and has been bilked of $70,000.

Eunice arrests

June 23
Devin Sonnier, 31, 610 North 11th, shoplifting.
Gerald Patton, 29, 821 South Beulah Apt. 1-B, shoplifting, illegal possession of stolen things.
Chelsey Ashworth, Hunter Street, shoplifting.
Thomas Allen, Jr., 22, 115 Tambour Lane, shoplifting.

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Lifestyle

St. Edmund seventh and eighth-graders were honored during an awards program Friday. Jack Ardoin, left, received The Eunice News Language, Arts Award; and Jacques Soileau received the W.O.W. American History Award. Both are eighth-graders. (Photos by Myra Miller)

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The Clare Francois Montz Memorial Awards went to Avery McGee, English, left, Dawson Ardoin, religion, and Anna-Claire Heinen, math. Not pictured is Caleb Fontenot, science. All are eighth-graders.

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St. Edmund Young Christians Awards went to Ethan McDavid, seventh-grader; and CiCi Trahan, eighth-grader.

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“A Generation” of Woodman of the World American HIstory awardees pictured. Left, Father Andre Soileau, Jacques Soileau, and grandfather Eddie Soileau are all recipients of the history award at St. Edmund.

St. Edmund School held its annual seventh-and eighth-grade awards program Friday recognizing and honoring students who excelled in all academics. On the program, awards were given to students who maintained all “A’s” Principal Honor Roll, A & B honor roll,

Obituaries

EUNICE ~ Visitation for Haaymen “Pumpkin’’ Doresseau, Jr., age 38, will be from 8:00 am to 11:00 am with funeral services following at 11:00 am, Saturday, May 23, 2015 at New Hope Fellowship, 865 S

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Eunice, LA 70535
Phone: 337-457-3061
Fax: 337-457-3122

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