News

Article Image Alt Text

Eunice News to honor veterans

The Eunice News plans to honor area veterans in a special edition to be published Nov. 10, the day before Veterans Day.
The Eunice News is asking for a photo and information about individual veterans to be submitted. The submission can be made by email to: myra.miller@eunicetoday.com or be brought to the office.
Photographs can be color or black and white and be submitted in an email.
Please limit the text information to no more than 400 words.

Article Image Alt Text

Ville Platte native Paul Coreil, who has served as interim chancellor at LSU of Alexandria since June, has been named chancellor at LSUA during the October Board of Supervisors meeting.

Ville Platte native Paul Coreil named chancellor at LSU of Alexandria

Ville Platte native Paul Coreil, who has served as interim chancellor at LSU of Alexandria since June, has been named chancellor at LSUA during the October Board of Supervisors meeting.
“We are pleased to name Paul Coreil as the permanent chancellor at LSU of Alexandria,” said LSU President F. King Alexander. “Dr. Coreil has served LSU admirably for many years, and he is a proven leader who will help guide LSUA forward and build on the successes already established there over the last few years.”

Article Image Alt Text

Amy Thibodeaux

Article Image Alt Text

Raquella Manuel

Local Chamber leaders Thibodeaux, Manuel named to state chamber leadership

The Louisiana Chamber of Commerce Executives (LACCE) has installed its 2020 board of directors and president, Sandra Lindquist, executive vice president & COO of the New Orleans Chamber of Commerce.
Amy Thibodeaux, president and CEO of the Acadia Parish Chamber of Commerce, was installed as incoming president.

Article Image Alt Text

Alyssa Thibodeaux, 9, kept low to the ground as “cat lady” at the 2nd Street Halloween celebration on Thursday.

Article Image Alt Text

Carmen Reaux at Patrick’s Full Service Salon table.

Article Image Alt Text

Dorion Higginbotham as a scarecrow.

Article Image Alt Text

The Basile State Bank crew was giving out treats by Nick’s Thursday evening. From left, are Lacey Andrus, Emiy Bertrand, Bridget Leger, Laney LeBlue and Sonya Fuselier.

Article Image Alt Text

LSUE students wait for trick-or-treaters.

Article Image Alt Text

Bondhi Hannon, 4, seemed to be enjoying himself at 2nd and Walnut streets Thursday. He was with his mother, Kayley Hannon.

Article Image Alt Text

Molly LeJeune, 7, walks from the City Marshal’s table. She was with her brother, Alex, 16, and mother, Shi.

Article Image Alt Text

There were plenty of jackets among the Halloween crowd as temperatures were in the 50s and wind was brisk.

Trick-or-treat on 2nd Street

Trick-or-treat on 2nd Street was a bit chilly, windy and tons of fun. The event, organized by Patrick's Full Service Salon, has become a Halloween tradition in Eunice. (Photos by Harlan Kirgan)

Pages

Eunice Today

465 Aymond St.
Eunice, LA 70535
Phone: 337-457-3061
Fax: 337-457-3122