It was an impressive offensive showing as two players both tallied five touchdowns for their teams to share top player honors. Basile’s Gabe Fontenot gained 173 yards on 14 carries and scored on a 90-yard kick return as well as runs of 2, 22 and 68 yards in the Bearcats’ 56-14 Thursday night win over Grand Lake.
Cleco Corporation (NYSE: CNL), a public utility holding company and owner of regulated electric utility Cleco Power LLC on Monday announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to be acquired by a group of North American long-term infrastructure investors led by Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets (MIRA) and British Columbia Inv

Registrar of Voters Cheryl Milburn

St. Landry Registrar of Voters Cheryl Milburn reminds residents that the early voting period for the Nov. 4 primary election opens Tuesday and will continue through Oct. 28, Early voting can be done at the registrar’s office in the parish courthouse in Opelousas.

Registrar of Voters Cheryl Milburn

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Charlie saved, everything else lost to fire

Darrell Fontenot holds Charlie, who he rescued from burning house Tuesday evening.

The first thing Darrell Fontenot thought of when he saw his Tasso Loop house ablaze Tuesday evening was Charley, his poodle trapped inside.

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July 1

Eunice arrests

July 1
Willie Jones, Jr., 26, Ville Platte, three bench warrants driving under suspension, burnt headlight, switched license plate.

Maybe mom needs a bat

The mother of a 14-year-old girl called police to her house early today to get a 16-year-old boy out of the daughter’s room.

St. Landry arrests

July 1
Jade Lynn LaCoste, age 34, 409 Rayne Rd., Port Barre, LA, illegal possession of stolen things, theft by fraud.

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June 30

Eunice arrests

June 30
Edwin Brisco, Opelousas, DWI 1st, reckless operation.
Danielle Mason, 411 Ulysses, probation warrant.

St. Landry arrests

June 30
Kunte Kinte Riggs, age 36, 1101 Main Hwy., Arnaudville, La, bench warrant, possession of schedule II drugs.

Kid too close to tracks struck by UP train

The Eunice Police Department received a call from Union Pacific Railroad late Friday night stating that an east-bound train had just struck a pedes

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It was an impressive offensive showing as two players both tallied five touchdowns for their teams to share top player honors.

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St. Edmund High Homecoming Tea

The traditional tea for St. Edmund High Homecoming Court maids was held at the home of Dr. Monty and Tiffani Heinen Friday afternoon. In front from left are Heather Bieber, Payton Crowell, Victoria Heinen, Sammie Parks and Maggie Miller.

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