The publisher and editors of Louisiana Kitchen & Culture magazine brought some of the state’s premier chefs to Chicot Stte Park to spend two nights in three newly renovated cabins from Sunday afternoon, May 19, until Tuesday morning.
Assistant Mamou Police Chief Katina Richard presented D.A.R.E. T-shirts and certificates to 176 fifth and sixth graders during ceremonies at the Mamou High gym the morning of Monday, May 19.
The heavily favored Ouachita Christian Eagles came to Ville Platte with an impressive 23-9 overall record. They were also carrying the Class 1A top seed, which is almost a sure ride into the state tournament each year. However, someone forgot to tell the Eagles that No.
Receiving Student of the Year awards from Mayor Vidrine during the Ville Platte City Council meeting were, left to right, Kamryn West, Bayou Chicot Elementary School; Elizabeth Ortego, Basile High School; and Cameron Berzas, Basile High School. The students are shown with their family and, a right, back row, the mayor.
New activities for the elderly and young people in the community were among issues discussed during the monthly meeting of the Ville Platte City Council Tuesday afternoon.