The seven St. Edmund seniors knew of the challenge before them, but were hoping to leave the field with a win over rival Sacred Heart of Ville Platte in the regular season finale.

Theobegi Levier was captured in massive manhunt in Eunice. (Photo by Claudette OIivier)

After an 11-day bid for freedom, attempted murder suspect Theobegi Levier is back in custody following his capture Thursday in Eunice. Lt. Clay Higgins, a spokesman for the St. Landry Parish Sheriff’s Office, said, “He is being held in the highest security area of the parish jail, and he is under constant supervision.”
VILLE PLATTE – It was a battle to the end between District 5-1A rivals. No. 7 Sacred Heart of Ville Platte scored two runs in the bottom of the sixth and held off a Lady Jay rally as the Lady Trojan grabbed a 4-3 win over No. 10 St. Edmund Wednesday in the regional round of the Class 1-A playoffs.

Theobegi Levier was captured in massive manhunt in Eunice. (Photo by Claudette OIivier)

Judge Genovese visits Acadia Parish group

Judge Jimmy Genovese of the Third Circuit Court of Appeals in Lake Charles visited the Summit Group at the Rice Palace in Crowley on Saturday April 11. He reviewed the duties and responsibilities of a District Judge and then the duties and responsibilities of an Appellant Judge after which he opened the meeting up to questions and answers. He is planning to run for the Supreme Court in the next election. He was well received by the Summit Group and received a standing ovation by the members at the conclusion of the meeting. Attending were, seated from left, Judge Genovese, B.I. Moody, Kenny Privat; standing, Danny Wilson, Chief K.P. Gibson, Milo Nickel, Ted Carmichael, Ken Goss, Lee Lawrence, Mike Francis, Bryan Borill, Fred Reggie, Bill Broadhurst, Mayor Greg Jones, Scott Privat, Jay Suire and James “Jimbo” Petitjean.
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Howell Dennis)

Judge Jimmy Genovese of the Third Circuit Court of Appeals in Lake Charles visited the Summit Group at the Rice Palace in Crowley on Saturday April 11.

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PRAIRIE BASSE – The Eunice High Bobcats ended their regular season with a 9-6 victory over the Beau Chene High Gators here Wednesday afternoon.

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The VFW Post 8971 members and the Boy Scouts Troop 425 honored MA1 Pamela Veillon on April 28 on her retirement date by raising and flying her personal United States flag and Louisiana flag. Veillons’ wishes were to have flags flown in Eunice on her retirement date. Veillon served 29 years in the Navy. Pictured are the VFW Post Commander Gene Olivier along with Honor guard Captain Alvin Wilson, Bugler Carrol Ortego, Chaplain Donald Estillette, along with Boy Scout Troop 425 Scoutmaster Randy Leger, Committe member Bard Fruge, and scouts Coy Martel, Bricen Leger, Chase Douget, Jordan Welch and Trevor Picard. (Photo Submitted)

The VFW Post 8971 members and the Boy Scouts Troop 425 honored MA1 Pamela Veillon on April 28 on her retirement date by raising and flying her personal United States flag and Louisiana flag.

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