District action continued for three of the area teams, as the Sacred Heart Lady Trojans, the Pine Prairie Lady Panthers and the Pine Prairie Panthers all took the hard court Friday night.
VILLE PLATTE -- There still may be a lot of basketball left to play in the 2016-17 season, but sometimes an early season district match-up can wind up determining who comes out on top when the last buzzer of the final league game sounds.
Willie Shillow of Mamou rings the bell inside the lobby at Savoy Cancer Center on Wednesday. Shillow was one of several cancer patients that took part in the bell ringing ceremony. The bell is to be rung by patients once they have completed their final treatments at the facility. Shillow was a patient at Savoy Cancer Center while he battled leukemia.
(Gazette photo by Raymond Partsch III)
MAMOU -- The bell rung again and again.
Those who walked up to ring the newly mounted bell on the wall were young and old, black and white, male and female. The individuals served as a true representation of just how the disease of cancer doesn’t discriminate.
A head-on collision in Allen Parish involving a Mamou man has resulted in the deaths of four individuals, including a one-year-old girl.
Louisiana State Police Troop D released a statement on Thursday, January 19 regarding a crash that occurred two and half miles east of Kinder.
An old fashioned boucherie and smoked meat cookoff to benefit the Ville Platte Boys and Girls Club will be held Saturday, February 25, 2017 at the Northside Civic Center.
St. Landry Animal Control rescues pair of neglected miniature horses in Mamou, three more found dead
MAMOU -- Landa Richard of 1072 Sam Lake Rd, Mamou, was recently charged with multiple counts of cruelty to animals after three miniature horses were found dead on her property from apparent neglect and starvation.