Time to act to help stricken congregations

There is no need to go into a long explanation about the unfortunate burning of three churches in our Parish.
This news has been witnessed locally, state wide, nationally and internationally by persons of all faiths. As a Christian I sincerely feel that there will be a resounding response of support concerning this unfortunate act of a twisted person or persons. After an arrest was made, I must commend the Pastors of the churches for not throwing in the race card and screaming out “We want justice.”

Mayor thanks all for Mardi Gras success

On behalf of the members of the Eunice City Council and all of the citizens of Eunice who benefit directly and indirectly from the visitors to our City, I wish to thank everyone who helped make 2019 Eunice Mardi Gras a success.
Thank you, sponsors and city workers, City Marshal’s Office, Sheriff Department, and Fire and Police departments for all the work you did in so many capacities — we could not have done it without you!
Thank you, merchants, cooks, and participants, who donated food and cooking skills for the boucherie.

Guest editorial: From The Advocate

Fans of the New Orleans Saints were famously noisy on Sunday as the team squared off at Mercedes-Benz Superdome in the NFC championship against the Los Angeles Rams for a chance to compete in this year’s Super Bowl.
Although the game concluded days ago with a 26-23 loss to the Rams, members of Who Dat Nation remain as vocal as ever, angry about the failure of NFL officials to penalize Rams cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman for pass interference and helmet-to-helmet contact after he broke up a pass to Saints receiver Tommylee Lewis.


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