City Judge run-off candidates Paul Brown, left, and Terry Hoychick at last week's Rotary Club campaign appearance.

The run-off candidates for Eunice City Judge agree that reducing the number of juvenile offenders appearing before the bench is a priority, though they have different ideas about how to approach it. And both understand night court, sometimes lasting into the wee hours, is a problem.
NATCHITOCHES – In a game where the two offenses totaled nearly 950 yards of total offense, No. 2 St. Mary’s rolled to a 55-34 quarterfinal win over No. 7 St. Edmund at Turpin Stadium. “The beat us up front pretty good,” St. Edmund head coach Thomas David said. “They won the battle of the trenches early and got a big lead.

Cheddar and jalapeno Cajun spice make up one of the three boxed selections of cheese sold for the holidays by the LSU AgCenter Dairy Store in Baton Rouge. Orders are now being taken in-store or online.

With the recent seasonal temperatures, it’s truly beginning to feel like the holiday season. And the LSU AgCenter Dairy Store has the items to make it feel that much more special.

City Judge run-off candidates Paul Brown, left, and Terry Hoychick at last week's Rotary Club campaign appearance.

Cheddar and jalapeno Cajun spice make up one of the three boxed selections of cheese sold for the holidays by the LSU AgCenter Dairy Store in Baton Rouge. Orders are now being taken in-store or online.

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From the Files ... November 1973

From files of The Eunice News:
November 1973

The Radio Shack has opened for business in the Westgate Shopping Center. Andy LaFleur is manager.

Judicial candidates agree juvenile offender rate an issue

City Judge run-off candidates Paul Brown, left, and Terry Hoychick at last week's Rotary Club campaign appearance.

The run-off candidates for Eunice City Judge agree that reducing the number of juvenile offenders appearing before the bench is a priority, though they have different ideas about how to approach it. And both understand night court, sometimes lasting into the wee hours, is a problem.

DOTD cameras help streamline traffic flow

Several busy intersections in Eunice were outfitted with traffic cameras late this past summer, and the devices are helping monitor traffic and allowing for remote adjustments to traffic signal operation.

St. Landry arrests

Nov. 21
Prescott Dargin, Jr., age 18, 1103 Hwy. 182, Sunset, La, possession of schedule I drugs w/intent to distribute, possession of schedule IV drugs w/intent to distribute, bench warrant, felony theft.

Radio Logs

November 20
1119 Disturbance, 500 block Peach.
1237 Accident, South Bobcat at Popeye’s.
1456 Accident, Bobcat & Laurel.
1519 Simple battery, 200 block East Peach.
1953 Disturbance, 200 block Julia.
2016 Disturbance, 600 block Bernice.

Eunice arrests

Nov. 20
Jordan Johnson, 19, 1300 Faris, entry/remain on premise after being forbidden.

St. Landry arrests

Nov. 20
Kristin Michelle Sonnier, age 33, 448 Main St., #28, Cankton, LA, distribution to persons under age eighteen, prescriptions, 2 bench warrants.
Timothy O’Neal, age 39, 219 Staten Street, Lafayette, LA, felony theft.

Radio Logs

November 19
0701 Woman says someone broke into her neighbor’s apartment. Arrest made. 400 block South 9th.
0752 Accident, 1300 block South Vivian.
1854 Woman says child’s cell phone stolen at junior high.
2208 Attempted car break-in, 700 block South 2nd.

Eunice arrests

Nov. 19
Michael Godfrey, 21, 640 Bernice, home invasion, theft.

City's revenue, expenses within budget

City of Eunice expenses for the first third of the fiscal year were within budget despite an unappropriated $1.4 million payment to payoff the recreation park bond issue.

Dardenne launches Experience Louisiana Festival's formal lead-up

Lt. Gov. Jay Dardenne cuts ribbon as a balloons launch officially begins the lead up to the first Experience Louisiana Festival.

It’s official -- the Experience Louisiana Festival will be held at LSU Eunice on Oct. 17-18, 2015, highlighting the rich cultural history and future of the state, with the full backing of the state’s considerable tourism and cultural machine headed by Lt.

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NATCHITOCHES – In a game where the two offenses totaled nearly 950 yards of total offense, No. 2 St. Mary’s rolled to a 55-34 quarterfinal win over No. 7 St. Edmund at Turpin Stadium.

Lifestyle

Mrs. David J. Foreman

Jamie Elizabeth Guillory and David Jonathan Foreman were united in marriage at Asbury United Methodist Church in Lafayette, Louisiana on Saturday, November 22, 2014 at seven o’clock in the evening. The ceremony was officiated by Reverend Richard Humphries.

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