Jamie Voisin, 10, daughter of Shantell and Don Fryou of Bayou Vista, talks on the amateur radio station set up by Jackie Price, left, and Rudy Duchan of the Bayouland Emergency Amateur Radio Service on Saturday at Berwick's Lighthouse Park. The station participated in the International Lighthouse-Lightship Weekend, when radio amateurs try to make contact with other operators around the country and around the world.

Jamie's sister, Natalie Voisin, 12, made contact with the USS Lexington in Corpus Christi, Texas, and another young lady named Cadence.
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Jackie Price of BEARS helps Laiten Bertrand, 11, and Braden Martin, 13, use practice Morse code keys.

An antenna was dedicated to late former town council member and Fire Chief Ray Rasberry.

Andrew Tingler of the National Weather Service gave a presentation about the solar eclipse.

(UPDATED) International Lighthouse-Lightship Weekend in Berwick

Amateur radio operators around the country look for amateur radio contacts.

Police say the male subject depicted in the picture above entered a business in the area of La. 182 and allegedly took merchandise without paying for it. Anyone knowing the subject's identity is asked to contact the Morgan City Police Department Detectives Division at 985-380-4605.

Morgan City police seek identity of theft suspect

The Morgan City Police Department is seeking the public's assistance identifying a suspect in a theft investigation.



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