It was wasn’t the normal time of the season that teams honor their seniors, but there was nothing usual about the Lady Jays’ win Tuesday over False River Academy. St. Edmund honored seniors Jami LeBouef, Baylee Lafleur and Heather Bieber prior to the District 5-1A opener against the Lady Gators.

Some of these tails may be headed to Sunday's cook-off. (Photo by Claudette Olivier)

The annual World Championship Crawfish Etouffee Cook-off is Sunday, and big crawfish are available for those cooking in Sunday’s event. “In the last week or so, the size has gotten a lot better,” said Dexter Guillory, manager at Riceland Crawfish. “I expect size to be good for the rest of the season.” 

The crowd waits on the announcement of winners in the 2014 cook-off. (Photo by Myra Miller)

Mix at least 400 pounds of crawfish, sunshine and a few thousand people and its the starting ingredients to pass a good time at the 30th World Championship Crawfish Etouffee Cook-off Sunday.  The cook-off is scheduled from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday at the Northwest Pavilion on Samuel Drive. 

Some of these tails may be headed to Sunday's cook-off. (Photo by Claudette Olivier)

The crowd waits on the announcement of winners in the 2014 cook-off. (Photo by Myra Miller)

Radio Logs

Wednesday, March 12
0746 Simple burglary reported in the 400 block of West Laurel.
1113 Subject needs police officer in the 1700 block of West Laurel.
1320 Simple burglary reported in the 400 block of Corn Avenue.

St. Landry arrests

March 13
Chandler Gainey, age 18, 4349 Main Hwy., Breaux Bridge, LA, driving under the influence – underage, careless operation, arrested by Louisiana State Police.
Brenda Beaugh, age 45, 196 Salvador Rd., Opelousas, LA, simple battery involving domestic violence.

Radio Logs

Tuesday, March 11
0746 Fight reported in the 700 block of West Oak.
1128 Subject needs police officer at Coburns.
1232 Traffic crash reported at Taco Bell.
1739 Traffic crash reported at Tobacco Plus.

Arrests

March 11
Cody Woodruff, 17, 157 Allison Loop; Disturbing the peace by fighting.
Nelson Michael Thompson Daigle, 20, 650 West Park; Disturbing the peace by fighting.
Felicia Nell Hodge Cook, 29, 1640 Cajun Drive, Mamou; Shoplifting.

St. Landry arrests

March 12
Chandler Gainey, age 18, 4349 Main Hwy., Breaux Bridge, LA, driving under the influence – underage, careless operation.
Michael James Franklin, II, age 22, 270 Galino St., Opelousas, LA, operating a motor vehicle while under suspension, open container, expired M.V.I.

Arrests

March 10
James Williams, 31, 100 Crestview Loop; Domestic abuse battery.
Chekelia Ceaser, 35, 100 Crestview Loop; Domestic abuse battery.
Joseph Bihm, 52, 541 North 4th Street; DWI, impeding the flow of traffic, traffic control signals.

Radio Logs

Monday, March 10
0723 Disturbance reported in the 100 block of Crestview Loop.
1643 Subject needs police officer in the 800 block of South Beulah Street.
1836 Simple burglary reported in the 500 block of North 2nd Street.

Radio Logs

Friday, March 7
0730 Theft reported in the 500 block of Fuselier Street.
0840 Theft reported in the 400 block of South 10th Street.
0914 Shoplifting reported at Walmart; resulted in arrest.
1207 Theft reported in the 200 block of Eula Street.

Arrests

March 7
Adran Andrell Joubert, 24, 128 Lawrence Street, Elton; rake and combs prohibited, theft of goods -shoplifting.
Juvenile, 13, simple possession of marijuana, violation of uniform CDS Drug Free Zone.

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It was wasn’t the normal time of the season that teams honor their seniors, but there was nothing usual about the Lady Jays’ win Tuesday over False River Academy.

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Eunice High seniors, left Chris Johnson and Thomas Pousson place a bird house and squirrel feeder on limbs of a live oak on Park Avenue as part of their senior project as a beautification and nature attraction. At right are Kirkland May and Hunter Holford.

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