On Tuesday, the Turkey Creek council once again discussed the village’s police department finances.
At last months meeting, the council approved moving $35,000 from its utility fund to the police department fund to balance the budget for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2017.
Several 4-H students from Evangeline Parish recently competed in the 2017 Southwest District Horse Show held at the Burton Coliseum Complex on the campus of McNeese State University in Lake Charles on June 29, 2017.
Competitors who placed on the district level were the following:
State Representative Bernard LeBas (center) was the guest of Rotarian Susan Saunders (right) at this week's meeting of the Ville Platte Rotary Club and spoke about the past year's legislative sessions as well as some issues that are plaguing the state. LeBas and Saunders are pictured here with Rotary President Wayne Vidrine (left). (Gazette photo by Tony Marks)
State Representative Bernard LeBas addressed the Ville Platte Rotary Club at its weekly meeting Tuesday and updated the club on issues the legislature faced in the latest sessions.
GULF SHORES, AL -- When the Ville Platte Girl’s Softball Association 10U Select All-Stars arrived here last Wednesday, they were expecting to be placed in the Class C USSSA World Series tournament.
Throughout history countless citizens from small towns across the country as well immigrants from lands overseas have sought the American dream of achieving prosperity and success. This dream is still alive today and is realized for a native of rural Evangeline Parish Gregory Elliott.
L’ANSE MEG -- Since the recent deputy-involved shooting occurred in Evangeline Parish, many have asked why the Evangeline Parish Sheriff’s Deputy was in the L’Anse Meg area during the early morning hours of July 6, 2017.
On July 18, 2017, the Ville Platte Police Department made two arrests.
The first involved the use of counterfeit money at a local business on East Main Street.