Ten thousand or so years ago, a paleo-Indian, most likely a male, lost a spear point while hunting near Bayou Mallet east of what is now Eunice.
Or was it dropped by a woman using it to forage for edible plants or using it on a fishing stick?
Data from the recent study of the Louisiana State University Eunice’s Quality Enhancement Plan has proven that the Modular Math Program is working and being embraced by the university’s students.
“I think we are on to something here,” said Jamie Thibodeaux, Coordinator of Quality Enhancement Plan at LSU Eunice.
Last week, St. Edmund prepared to face an undefeated Opelousas Catholic team.
This week, the Blue Jays travel to take on winless Westminster Christian Academy.
But for St. Edmund head coach Thomas David the win-loss record isn’t the important factor as the Blue Jays (1-3) close their non-district schedule.
Deacon David Guillory with the tool of his hobby, and some of the results.
Three Eunice residents show high school diplomas from Upper Lafayette Academy. From left are Dr. Homer White, president; Monica W. Hyacinthe, trustee; Geraldine Monday, Victoria Evans, Katina Jones, graduates; and Dr. Edith P. White, principal. Photo by Myra Miller.