The St. Edmund Blue Jays advanced to the Division IV football state quarterfinals and earned a District 5-1A title. For their accomplishments, The Blue Jays (7-4, 4-0) placed 21 players on the 5-1A All-District team.

LSU Eunice graduates prepare for Friday commencement. From left are Blade Armentor of Sunset, Gia Young of Opelousas, Trisha Lopez of New Orleans and Cade Abshire of Crowley.

LSU Supervisor Scott Ballard spoke at LSU Eunice’s fall commencement Friday.. 120 students issued degrees were:
PRAIRIE BASSE – The Eunice High Lady Bobcats (4-7) won one and lost one this past week in the St. Landry Parish Basketball Tournament held here at Beau Chene High School.

LSU Eunice graduates prepare for Friday commencement. From left are Blade Armentor of Sunset, Gia Young of Opelousas, Trisha Lopez of New Orleans and Cade Abshire of Crowley.

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Auditor says city in good financial standing

Reviewing his firm’s annual audit of the City of Eunice, CPA Frank Tujague said Tuesday night that the city is overall good financial shape.
He hit audit highlights at the monthly City Council meeting.

Evangeline arrests

The Evangeline Parish Sheriff’s Office reported recent bookings into the parish jail.
Arrested were the following persons:

Eunice Arrests

Dec. 10
Juvenile male, 13, principal to simple burglary, resisting an officer, ungovernable juvenile, curfew violation, illegal possession of tobacco by person under age 18.

Radio Log

December 10
0229 Mother advised when children (suspects) return home bring them to headquarters.
0236 All three juveniles arrested.
0925 Shoplifting, Walmart, evidence recovered
0942 Harassment, Childs
1029 Ungovernable juvenile, Alternative School

City Court Minutes

The City Court of the City of Eunice met pursuant to adjournment on Monday, November 10, 2014 at 6:00 o’clock P.M. at the City Hall, Honorable Judge Lynette Y. Feucht presiding.
Anora Guillory, 2146 Heritage Rd., Ville Platte, running stop sign, guilty, $175.00 fine;

St. Landry arrests

Dec. 10
Jared A Burleigh, age 26, 151 Nicole Lane, #597, Opelousas, LA, attempted 2nd degree murder, armed robbery, aggravated kidnapping.

Eunice arrests

Dec. 9
Dustin Johnson, 28, 110 East Ardoin, theft of goods shoplifting.
Terrance Jones, 25, 531 Fuselier, theft of goods shoplifting.
Tonya Lavergne, 700B 7th or 630 Bernice, contempt of court

Radio Logs

December 8
0016 Dogs corralled, contained in owner’s yard, 300 block Magnolia.
0020 Dogs’ owner notified.
0802 Items stolen from AT&T returned, West Laurel.
0822 Vehicle in ditch, South East & Oak.

Eunice arrests

Dec. 8
David Frank, 52, 751 East Vine No. 9, theft (of city property), disturbing the peace, simple assault.

St. Landry arrests

Dec. 8
Chad E. Sam, age 34, 165 Nicole Lane, #604, Opelousas, LA, principal to attempted second degree murder, principal to armed robbery, aggravated kidnapping.
Donavon A. Frank, age 27, 1709 West College Ave., Opelousas, La, simple battery, 3 bench warrants.

Police Dept., City Court transitions begin

The transition process began Monday in the Eunice Police Department and City Court, less than 48 hours after winners in Saturday’s run-off voting had been decided.
Terry Hoychick was elected city court judge and Randy Fontenot was the police chief winner.

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Sports

The St. Edmund Blue Jays advanced to the Division IV football state quarterfinals and earned a District 5-1A title.

Lifestyle

D.A.R.E. Essay winners named at Central Middle

Central Middle School students participated in a D.A.R.E. Essay contest and essay winners were named. They received trophies and certificates during the D.A.R.E. graduation held Dec. 8.

Obituaries

A Mass of Christian Burial will be held Saturday, Dec. 20, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Iota for Robert L. “Bobby” Frey, 81, who died Wednesday, Dec. 17, 2014 at 8:27 a.m.

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