The Eunice High Bobcats got the good bounce, but couldn’t get the call in their Homecoming contest.
When Pointe Coupee Central was closed over the summer by the Pointe Coupee School Board, St. Edmund was forced to find another opponent. That did not happen, so the Blue Jays have an open date Friday before taking on False River Academy on Oct. 31.
With a 48-0 win to open District 4-4A play, the Bobcats are sitting atop the standings while this week’s opponent is still searching for their first win. But Eunice High (3-1, 1-0) head coach Paul Trosclair pointed out that Washington Marion’s record doesn’t tell the whole story.


St. Landry arrests

July 8
Jennifer Babin, age 46, 4669 Main Hwy., St. Martinville, La, aggravated battery. Arrested by Arnaudville Police Dept.
William Patrick Taylor, age 42, 1203 South Railroad Ave., Opelousas, LA, simple battery involving domestic violence.

Mamou arrests

The Mamou Police Department reported six recent bookings into the town jail.
Arrested were the following persons:
•Blanche Oge, 47, 101 East St., Mamou, was charged July 2, with simple battery. Oge bonded out of jail the same day.

Radio Logs

Monday, July 7
0151 Washer stolen, North St. Joseph.
0841 Accident, 1000 block West Maple.
0932 Accident, Jake & Laurel.
1226 Caller says neighbor stole his dog, 700 block Tate.
1340 Air conditioner window unit stolen, 1000 block West Park.

Eunice arrests

July 7
Michael Godfrey, 21, 410 South 9th, warrant.
Rashann Perroin, 321 North Beulah, criminal mischief.

St. Landry arrests

July 7
Robert Boulet, age 25, 293 Carl Loewes Rd., Eunice, LA 70535, simple battery, simple battery involving domestic violence.

Radio Logs

Thursday, July 3
0844 Money taken from vehicle console, 1300 block Anne.
1147 Accident, Walmart.
1314 Two wheels stolen, 3300 block Laurel.
1413 Checks stolen, no location.
1450 Ungovernable juvenile, West Vine.

Eunice arrests

July 3
Devonne Sias, 18, 1600 West Dudley, sttempted theft, two counts simple criminal damage to property, principle to felony theft, criminal trespass.
Oterraius Mason, 19, 250 Beulah, money warrant.

From the Files ... July 1926

From files of The Eunice News
July 1926

According to Extension Agent Hull, one-third of the sweet potatoes shipped throughout the U.S. this year came from St. Landry Parish, making it the top-producing county/parish in the nation.

Josie Frank says she's city judge candidate

Frank: Veteran school board member a judge candidate.

St. Landry Parish School Board President Josie Gale Frank said last week she will be a candidate for Eunice city judge in the November primary.
Frank is hearing officer for the 27th Judicial District Court, a post she’s held several years.

Two Eunice girls hanging out in Dubai

Sheila Ivory and Candace Khalifa in Dubai.

It sometimes is a small world, but the probability of two Eunice women winding up in the same Middle Eastern city is nonetheless quite low. But they did.

Toepfer dies from injuries sustained in motorcycle crash

Toepfer of Eunice dies from injuries sustained in a Thursday morning motorcycle crash.

Darrel Toepfer, 54, of Eunice died early this morning from injuries sustained in a crash that happened on Thursday in New Iberia.



The Eunice High Bobcats got the good bounce, but couldn’t get the call in their Homecoming contest.


EHS Homecoming Tea

The traditional tea for Eunice High Homecoming Court maids was held at the home of Troy and Vanessa Cormier Thursday afternoon. Seated in front from left are Olivia Aguillard, Lynzi Trosclair, Hali Jack, Kathryn Arnaud and Heidi Pitre.

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