A 37-year-old Eunice man is accused of smacking his girlfriend on Valentine’s Day. Kenneth Ray Guillory, 37, of 1621 West Vine, Eunice, was arrested by Eunice police Wednesday on charges of simple battery and kidnapping. On Feb. 14 -- Valentine’s Day -- Guillory attacked his “dating partner,” Police Chief Randy Fontenot said.
The Eunice High Bobcats dominated the early going, but the St. Edmund Blue Jays dominated the late going to earn a 6-5 victory Tuesday night at North Park. The Bobcats jumped to an early lead with a three-run first inning off Jays’ starter Drew Brown. With one out, Logan Manuel singled and stole second base.
The rains washed away St. Edmund’s scheduled softball season opener, but it could not dampen the enthusiasm present at Monday’s dedication of the new Lady Jay Field. Msgr. Robert Romero reminded the team that athletic competition allows them to develop their talents and skills as well as teaching discipline and life lessons.

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St. Landry Parish School Board meeting rescheduled

The St. Landry Parish School Board meeting has been rescheduled to 4 p.m. Monday because of the weather.
The board meeting had been scheduled at 4 p.m. Thursday.
The area has been hit with rain, sleet and scattered reports of snow Thursday.

Radio Logs

October 30
0628 Shoplifting, West Laurel.
0634 Window broken in vehicle, 1300 block B&B.
0820 Disturbance, 300 block South MLK.
1013 Disturbance, same address.
1303 Break-in, 1600 block West Vine.
1402 Break-in, 300 block Clark.

First freeze possible Saturday night

Jose Lopez and Tessa Bernal plant pansies Thursday morning in a bed at First Baptist Church on Park Avenue. They are with Southern Style Landscaping. Pansies, snapdragons and other seasonal plants can withstand cold that fairer weather plants cannot.

The first freeze of the season is possible in the Eunice area on Saturday night.
The National Weather Service is forecasting a low that night of 31 degrees.
The system bringing the cooler air is producing clear skies, with plenty of sunshine today, Friday and Saturday.

St. Landry arrests

Oct. 30
Nelva Elaine Jones, age 61, 251 South Cane St., Eunice, LA, bench warrant, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of schedule II drugs, obstruction of justice.
Chantel Rogers, age 30, 2204 Babe St., Opelousas, LA, theft by fraud.

Eunice arrests

Oct. 29
Jody Thomas, 35, 193 Devillier Road, theft warrant, entry/remain on premises after being forbidden warrant.

Radio Logs

October 29
0746 Ungovernable female juvenile, 100 block Gaspard.
0829 Horse in road, Brother J.
1131 Accident, Sittig Road and La. 13.
1450 Disturbance, 1500 block Peach.
1726 Ungovernable juvenile, 100 block Jennifer.

Evangeline arrests

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

Safety tips for Trick or Treat

Trick-or-treating will be from 6-8 p.m. Thursday night (Oct. 30) in the city limits of Eunice. Trick or Treat on Second Street will be held from 5-8 p.m. from Laurel to Park. Police Chief Ronald Dies offered tips to make the evening safer.

Satellite political forum final one prior to primary vote

Dist. Atty. Earl Taylor responds to question while his challenger in the Nov. 4 primary, Ellis Daigle, awaits his turn.

The Satellite Civic and Social Club’s political forum Monday night was like most such events -- candidates re-hashed much of what they’ve said in two months of campaigning but did generate some news.
The 200 or so on hand learned:

St. Landry arrests

Oct. 29
James Kevin Comeaux, age 48, 156 Darjean St., Opelousas, LA, theft of goods, 2 bench warrants.

Radio Logs

October 28
0347 Vehicle keyed, 100 block Mamie.
0512 Dumpster diver, Eunice Elementary.
0757 Criminal damage, Eunice Elementary.
0938 Criminal damage, Tamaran.
1054 Accident, MLK & Laurel.
1137 Criminal damage, 400 block Kyries Hebert.



If opening day for the new Lady Jay Field had been a movie set, the game finished just like the screenwriters would have wanted it to end.


EJHS students participate in one day nationwide effort "Read the Most Coast to Coast."

EUNICE - Students at Eunice Junior High School prepared for a nationwide effort to “Read the Most Coast to Coast” on Friday, Feb. 27. They were among hundreds of thousands of students who joined in this fourth-annual reading celebration.


MAMOU ~ A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated for Joseph Donald Bordelon at 1:00 pm, Saturday, March 7, 2015 in the St.

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