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.

Benefit Gumbo tickets available now. Benefit, with proceeds for Coach Trosclair, is scheduled for Nov. 11 at 6 p.m. at Northwest Community Center.

Eunice High’s “Pay IT Forward” Club is gearing up for its different fundraisers and activities. One is to help the school’s head football coach Paul Trosclair. Trosclair, recently diagnosed with Multi-Myeloma, a rare blood-plasma cancer, travels from time to time for treatments at MD Anderson in Houston, Texas.

Benefit Gumbo tickets available now. Benefit, with proceeds for Coach Trosclair, is scheduled for Nov. 11 at 6 p.m. at Northwest Community Center.

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Eunice arrests

Sept. 29
D’Lisa Frey, 45, 223 Carl Loewer Road, driving under suspension, disturbing the peace, improper supervision of a minor.
Peggy Bergeaux, 40, Basile, theft.

St. Landry arrests

Sept. 29
Jermaine Joseph Joubert, age 36, 150 Harold Dr., Opelousas, LA, possession of schedule II drugs, driving under suspension, improper lane useage. Arrested by Louisiana State Police

Radio Logs

September 26
0044 Disturbance, 700 block 13th.
0124 Traffic stop, drug paraphernalia seized, arrest, 12th & Laurel.
0400 Fight, occupants of six or seven vehicles involved, Word Ministries lot.

Eunice arrests

Sept. 26
Allen Watts, 40, 151 North Mallet, warrant failure to appear in court.
Vondrake Guillory, 20, Baton Rouge, principle to aggravated battery, principle to aggravated assault with firearm.
Corey J. Pitre, 23, 256 Acadia Lot 3, three bench warrants simple battery.

From the Files ... September 1965

From files of The Eunice News
September 1965

Work has begun in getting temporary post office quarters ready for occupancy in the former King-Dollar Store building while renovations take place in the postal facility.

Candidates gather for first forum of season

Eunice City Judge candidates await their turn at political forum. From left are Terry Hoychick, Paul Brown, Josie Frank and Jay Caswell. The forum was held at LSU Eunice.

Candidates for Eunice and St. Landry Parish offices had three minutes each to sell themselves to the electorate at a forum sponsored Thursday night by the Chamber of Commerce and the LSU Eunice Student Government Association.

Parish council proposes economic development district

The St. Landry Parish Council, at a Special Meeting on September 25, 2014, called by Parish President Bill Fontenot, voted unanimously to adopt a resolution giving notice of intention to create the Harry Guilbeau I-49 Economic Development District.

St. Landry arrests

Sept. 26
Calvin M. Owens, age 44, 213 Olivier Dr., Lawtell, LA, driving while intoxicated – 1st offense. Arrested by Louisiana State Police.

James Alton Wright, age 26, 2222 A Carmel Dr., Lafayette, LA, burglary of an inhabited dwelling, theft of firearm.

Radio Logs

September 25
1029 Medical emergency, coroner notified, College Road.
1031 Theft of $100, 1000 block West Ash.
1121 Driving having seizure, narcotics found on front seat, Evangeline Parish badge in vehicle, 6th & Reed.

Eunice arrests

Sept. 25
Jessica Morris, 36, 650 South 7th, driving under suspension, possession of marijuana.
James Bergeron, 50, 110 Goose, domestic abuse battery.

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

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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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