Anita Dupre has retired after 40 years of work at LSU Eunice, the last seven as secretary in the highly successful athletic department.

By Claudette Olivierclaudette.olivier@eunicetoday.com

Hoychick

Terry Hoychick is a candidate for Eunice City Court judge in the Nov. 4 primary election. He has been an attorney in Eunice for 35 years and is a former partner of the late City Judge Nilas Young and incumbent retiring Judge Lynette Young Feucht.
The Blue Jays scored in the closing seconds of the first half to push ahead 20-0 as St. Edmund cruised past Iota, 42-6 on Friday night.

Anita Dupre has retired after 40 years of work at LSU Eunice, the last seven as secretary in the highly successful athletic department.

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Eunice arrests

Aug. 19
Billy Cotton, 21, 952 La. 13 North, theft of assets of an aged person, felony theft, three counts monetary instrument abuse.

Lake re-opens, anglers on it

Mayor Rusty Moody stands on the pier at the refurbished Eunice City Lake, which opened at 9 a.m. today. In the background is the first boat on the new lake. Fishing in it are Kenneth Janise and Albert Hayes, Jr.

Eunice's refurbished and restocked City Lake opened to anglers, picnickers and general relaxation seekers at 9 a.m. today.

Radio Logs

August 18
0105 Break-in, two TVs stolen, 1500 block West Maple.
0400 Break-in, 100 block North C.C. Duson.

Eunice arrests

Aug. 18
Steven Larue, 27, 531 South C.C. Duson, simple burglary, felony theft.

Mamou arrests

The Mamou Police Department reported five recent bookings into the town jail.
Arrested were the following persons:

Eunice arrests

August 15
Lance Fruge, 28, 2130 West Dudley, DWI 1st, improper lane usage.

Radio Logs

August 15
0612 Ungovernable juvenile, 200 block Goldman.
0741 Theft, 400 block Aymond.

St. Landry arrests

Aug. 18
John Warren Rideaux, age 66, 252 Veterans Dr., Opelousas, LA, criminal mischief.

Basile man booked in fatal crash

State Police over the weekend said they reported the wrong person as the driver of a pickup truck that crashed earlier this month, killing a man.

City about to be debt-free

On Sept. 15, the City of Eunice will be out of debt, redeeming the recreation complex bonds on that date, 10 years ahead of schedule.

Fruge' seeks School Board Dist. 13 re-election

Fruge'

Harry Fruge’ has announced he will be a candidate for re-election to the St. Landry Parish School Board District 13 seat in the Nov. 4 primary.

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Sports

The Blue Jays scored in the closing seconds of the first half to push ahead 20-0 as St. Edmund cruised past Iota, 42-6 on Friday night.

Lifestyle

Matinee today for Players' "Diary of Anne Frank"

Eunice Players’ Theatre’s production of “The Diary of Anne Frank” continues with a matinee today at 2 p.m. The play continues on Wednesday, Sept. 17 through Saturday, Sept. 20 at 7 p.m. each evening. Admission is $10 for individual tickets for all ages.

Obituaries

Policy expert
LAFAYETTE – Services for public policy expert Dr. Alison Neustrom will be Sept. 14. She died Sept. 10 at age 42.

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