NATCHITOCHES – In a game where the two offenses totaled nearly 950 yards of total offense, No. 2 St. Mary’s rolled to a 55-34 quarterfinal win over No. 7 St. Edmund at Turpin Stadium. “The beat us up front pretty good,” St. Edmund head coach Thomas David said. “They won the battle of the trenches early and got a big lead.

Cheddar and jalapeno Cajun spice make up one of the three boxed selections of cheese sold for the holidays by the LSU AgCenter Dairy Store in Baton Rouge. Orders are now being taken in-store or online.

With the recent seasonal temperatures, it’s truly beginning to feel like the holiday season. And the LSU AgCenter Dairy Store has the items to make it feel that much more special.
The Abbeville City Council is taking a step to review a nearly 30-year-old ordinance that makes it illegal to openly carry a gun in the city limits.

Cheddar and jalapeno Cajun spice make up one of the three boxed selections of cheese sold for the holidays by the LSU AgCenter Dairy Store in Baton Rouge. Orders are now being taken in-store or online.

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Arrests

November 11
Scotty Obrian Soileau, 24, 1101 First Street, Mamou; Shoplifting, criminal trespass.
Gary Contrell Dominique Freeman, 22, 405 Oak Street, Mamou; Principal to Theft.
Jeremy Jeremiah Gallow, 21, 1001 East Street, Mamou; Principal to theft.

Brrrrr! Blast of winter air blowing into area

Winter will arrive in the Eunice area tonight, as temperatures dip to near freezing, accompanied by a wind that will make it feel several degrees colder.

The National Weather Services expects lows tonight and Wednesday night at or near 32 degrees.

Honoring veterans

Dozens of veterans and family members attended Monday's VFW Veterans Day ceremony at Post 8971 in Eunice on Monday morning.

On hand were veterans of every branch of the U.S. armed forces, including many who served in at least one of the wars the nation has been involved in since 1941.

Radio Logs

Friday, November 8
0709 Hit and run reported in the 1000 block of East Laurel.
1207 Theft reported in the 200 block of South 2nd Street.
1428 Damage to property reported in the 1800 block of West Laurel.
1714 Shoplifting reported at Walmart; resulted in arrest.

Arrests

November 8
Billy Ray Kennedy, 46, 601 Bernice Street; Disturbing the peace.
Candace Renee Vidrine, 19, 920 North CC Duson; Domestic abuse battery.
Drake Mallet, 27, 1422 West College Street, Opelousas; Possession of marijuana.

From the Files ... November 1942

From files of the Eunice News
November 1942

Eunice Red Cross ladies are making an average of 2,000 bandages monthly , according to Mrs. Clint Mornhinveg, chairman of the unit.

From the sands of Iwo Jima

Charles Willoughby says Jesus got him through some of the toughest island fighting of World War II and the aging vet stays busy paying him back.
Iwo Jima was “rough” said Willoughby as he picked one word to describe his experience in the Pacific theater.

Radio Logs

Thursday, November 7
0933 ungovernable child reported in the 2000 block of West Magnolia.
1129 Simple assault reported in the area of Corn and Aymond Street.

Arrests

November 7
Gary Paul Wilson, 53, 300 South MLK; Warrant for theft of goods-shoplifting.
Jeremiah Jerome Allison, 17, 704 Court Street, Ville Platte; Three counts of principal to felony theft.

St. Landry arrests

Nov. 6
Travis Jude Bergeron, age 23, 1061 N. Portage Hwy., Arnaudville, LA,  simple battery involving domestic violence, unauthorized entry of inhabited dwelling, arrested by St. Martin Parish Sheriff’s Dept.

Nov. 7

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Sports

NATCHITOCHES – In a game where the two offenses totaled nearly 950 yards of total offense, No. 2 St. Mary’s rolled to a 55-34 quarterfinal win over No. 7 St. Edmund at Turpin Stadium.

Lifestyle

Catherine Brooke David and Michael Charles Hundley, Jr.

Catherine Brooke David of Lake Charles and Michael Charles Hundley, Jr. of Mowata have announced their engagement and commitment to be wed on the evening of Saturday, Dec. 6.

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