Before the regular session of the Louisiana Legislature begins in the coming weeks, a proposal to give teachers and support personnel a pay increase has been received by the legislature from Govern
Pictured here are Ville Platte Rotarians as the longest active serving member Brent Coreil cuts the cake during the club’s meeting Tuesday. From left to right are: Back row- Eric Gil, Scott Smith, Jimmy LeBlanc, President Peter Strawitz, Mark Suellentrop, Treasurer Vic Slaven, and Kermit Miller; third row- Annie Fruge, Kip Manuel, Ronnie Landreneau, and Darwan Lazard; second row- Bob Buroker, Dan Poret, Larry Lachney, Past President Wayne Vidrine, Coreil, Dr. Willie Buller, Sergeant-at-Arms Dr. Jerry Veillon, Songmaster Dr. “Joey” Soileau, Richard LeJeune, Debbie McCauley, and Mable Foreman; front row- Secretary Susan Saunders, Annette Johnson, and John Mayeaux. (Gazette photo by Tony Marks)
Yesterday on March 13, a milestone was reached as the Ville Platte Rotary Club turned 90-years-old.
A Mamou man was arrested recently by Jefferson Davis Parish Sheriff’s Deputies for theft of scrap metal.
An Evangeline Parish man appeared before 13th Judicial District Judge Chuck West to be sentenced after he entered a plea of guilty to possession of drug paraphernalia, flight from an officer, carel
LAKE CHARLES -- The fourth time was not the charm for the Ville Platte High Bulldogs, as they fell to the Rayville Hornets 115-52 in the LHSAA Class 2A semi-finals Monday afternoon.