An oil and gas industry executive will discuss the state of the industry and projections for its future Tuesday in Morgan City.
Morgan City High’s Austin Navarro is congratulated by volunteers at the end of a race during Friday’s St. Mary Parish Special Olympics Track and Field Meet in Morgan City. (The Daily Review photos/Zachary Fitzgerald)
Competitors in the parish’s Special Olympics track meet are congratulated by student volunteers at the finish line of a race Friday.
Hattie Watts Elementary students and teachers walk during the opening ceremonies Friday for the St. Mary Parish Special Olympics Track and Field Meet in Morgan City.
Over 100 student-athletes had their chance to shine on the track and in the field, but it was also much more than just a track meet.
For Sumpter Williams Colored High School set 3 p.m. Sunday, March 12, at Walmsley United Methodist Church hall, Morgan City. For info call Emile, 619-277-1946.
Engineer Jeff Pena of CB&I infrastructure and technology company points to a map while discussing a proposal to combine the Bayou Chene Flood Control and Diversion Project with a project to increase flow from the Atchafalaya River to Terrebonne Parish’s marshes and restore the coast. (The Daily Review/Zachary Fitzgerald)
St. Mary Levee District leaders hope a proposal to combine the Bayou Chene Flood Control and Diversion Project with another coastal project may solve Bayou Chene’s funding shortfall.
CENTERVILLE — St. Mary Parish public school students are counting down the days until May 26, when their summer vacation begins. Now they know when that vacation will end.