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The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute
Brad Stansbury, right, talks with Timmy T’s owner Nathan Bourque Thursday afternoon on the patio at the bar. Bars were allowed to reopen at 25% capacity in St. Mary Parish Wednesday after the parish dropped below a 5% COVID-19 positivity rate that was required by Gov. John Bel Edwards to reopen.

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The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute
St. Mary Parish Council on Aging has continued delivery of meals to homebound residents during the COVID-19 pandemic. Above are employees at the Morgan City site, from left, Deidre Boyd, Lisa Daigle, Tanya St. Romain, Charlette Bartholomew and Henry Brown.

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U.S. Coast Guard Marine Safety Unit personnel recently assisted the Coast Guard’s Lake Charles station in Hurricane Laura relief efforts by looking for damaged or displaced channel markings in the area and reporting them back to the Morgan City Aids to Navigation Team. The Morgan City Aids to Navigation Team, along with teams from Dulac and New Orleans, worked together to replace them. Local Coast Guard members who took the trip to the Lake Charles area to assess Laura’s damage were, from left, Boatswain’s Mate First Class Geoffrey Wells, Maritime Enforcement Specialist Second Class Andrew Moynihan and Maritime Enforcement Specialist Second Class Brian Head.

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