The Eunice News

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The following are from December 2008 files of The Eunice News.
Steve Dischler, representing Darnall, Sikes, Gardes & Frederick, reported on the city audit. The city started its fiscal year on July 1 with $4.7 million in cash and another $300,000 due to is. The city managed to save about $1.3 million in the previous year. Dischler said the city was in good financial shape, but cautioned changing economic conditions in the coming year pose challenges.
A separate editorial by The Eunice News cited Mayor Bob Morris for fiscal prudence at City Hall.

From The Eunice News files

The following are from December 2008 files of The Eunice News.
Eunice Mayor Bob Morris said the city qualified for additional FEMA reimbursements for its response to Hurricane Gustav. The city’s debris removal cost was about $88,000 and the standard reimbursement would have been $66,000. The city was to receive an additional $6,100.
The Eunice Rotary Club donated $5,000 to the Eunice Fire Department to buy a fire training trailer-mobile command center.

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The following are from the October 1996 files of The Eunice News.
About 200 residents were vowing a fight over “low-rent” housing on West Maple Avenue. There was a report that a letter had been sent to the state Housing Finance Agency stating the city government had no objections to the project, which was named Sweetridge Apartments.
New Kiwanis Club officers were James Tucker, secretary; Steve Ortego, treasurer; Randall Vigee, president; Dan Fontenot, president-elect; and Clint Bischoff, assistant secretary.

From The Eunice News files

The following are from the October 1996 files of The Eunice News.
A building permit for about 40 low-income apartments was issued for a site at 1450 West Maple Avenue near the old Jantzen building. The project was named Sweetridge Apartments.
Cajun musician Nathan Abshire’s accordion was to go on display at the Cajun French Music Association’s Hall of Fame in Eunice. Abshire died in 1981 at Basile.

From The Eunice News files

The following are from the September 1998 files of The Eunice News.
Hurricane Earl bypassed the Eunice area and headed into eastern Louisiana and western Mississippi. The Eunice News interviewed L.B. Childs, of Basile and a native of Eunice, who recalled Hurricane Audrey. Childs said Audrey produced the kind of tragedy “which tugs at your heart strings.”

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