Some people stumble into their life’s calling and sometimes, people have to work very hard to get started because Christmas is coming up.
That’s what happened to Belaire Cove resident Kimberly Corona Fontenot when her four daughters told her what they wanted for Christmas.
The 30th Miss Boggy Bayou Queen, Torian Paige Veillon, the daughter of Kevin and Dalayne Veillon of Ville Platte, will be representing Evangeline Parish as one of the 67 Louisiana Fairs and Festivals queens at this year’s annual LAFF Convention and Queen of Queens Contest, to be held February 5-8
Prejudice, in any form, is ugly. It isolates people and breeds bitterness and contempt. Misunderstandings arise, and prejudice taken to extremes can foster violence. We’ve all witnessed this recently.
Today we, like millions of others, will be watching the Super Bowl. Super Bowl Sunday is a big deal for many individuals, especially those on a pool. Good luck to all! February is a short, but very busy month. This year, Valentine’s Day and Mardi Gras are days apart.
The district 5-3A season continued in full force Tuesday night for both the Ville Platte Bulldogs and the Lady Bulldogs, as they hosted Church Point High School. The Lady Bulldogs used a suffocating defense and an opportunistic offense to overpower the Lady Bears 74-28.