Quintylan Richard

The man accused of shooting Vermilion Parish Sheriff’s Deputy Allen Bares Jr. exactly two years ago today will spend the rest of his life in prison.

Vermilion Parish School Board members Laura LeBeouf (far left) and Luddy Herpin (far right) present a plaque to Brandy and Jacob Gaspard for their work done at the Kaplan High softball field.

The Vermilion Parish School Board has decided not to start a pilot program to allow cell phones on the campus of Abbeville High or any other high school in the parish.

Ricky Dietz of Truman Abshire’s Wreck Service watches as his wrecker pulls the car out of Bayou Tigre. Because the car was there for two years, it was loaded down with mud.

ERATH — Law enforcement moved one step closer to finding Tyler Lauran Domingue of Youngsville. Deputies from the Vermilion Parish and Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Offices recovered a submerged car south of Erath. The Pontiac Grand Am is believed to be connected to a 2014 cold case.

Quintylan Richard

Vermilion Parish School Board members Laura LeBeouf (far left) and Luddy Herpin (far right) present a plaque to Brandy and Jacob Gaspard for their work done at the Kaplan High softball field.

Ricky Dietz of Truman Abshire’s Wreck Service watches as his wrecker pulls the car out of Bayou Tigre. Because the car was there for two years, it was loaded down with mud.

Vermilion Parish School Board cell phone program on hold

Vermilion Parish School Board members Laura LeBeouf (far left) and Luddy Herpin (far right) present a plaque to Brandy and Jacob Gaspard for their work done at the Kaplan High softball field.

The Vermilion Parish School Board has decided not to start a pilot program to allow cell phones on the campus of Abbeville High or any other high school in the parish.

Key piece of the puzzle found in bayou

Ricky Dietz of Truman Abshire’s Wreck Service watches as his wrecker pulls the car out of Bayou Tigre. Because the car was there for two years, it was loaded down with mud.

ERATH — Law enforcement moved one step closer to finding Tyler Lauran Domingue of Youngsville.

Erath 4th of July Association gives to town’s schools

Pictured: Erath 4th of July Treasurer Claudette Lacour​, Erath Middle Principal Wendy Stoute​, Erath High Principal Marc Turner​, July 4th Board Member Jackie LaBauve Vincent, LeBlanc Elementary Principal Dawn Amy, Dozier Elementary Principal Karla Toups​ and in front Erath 4th of July President Robert B, Vincent.

Each year the Erath 4th of July Association works diligently to host the town's annual fun filled family festival.

Shooting touches Erath

Dylon Hoffpauir,

ERATH - Rachel Hoffpauir was in bed Sunday morning when she received a phone call from her son, Dylon. She did not think much of the phone call until he began speaking.

Rep. Miguez discusses gun ownership

Rep. Blake Miquez

If there is anyone who has a respect for guns in south Louisiana, it is State Rep. Blake Miguez.
Miguez is a world champion shooter and has been around guns all of his life.

New Abbeville gateway sign will highlight Warren Storm

The new gateway sign will be placed near the east entrance to the city.

The entrance coming into Abbeville on U.S. Hwy. 167 received a nice upgrade a few months ago, with a new gateway sign welcoming visitors to the city.

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Sports

Claire Meyers signs on the dotted line and will now be a Ragin Cajun track athlete. In the photo with her are her father Kevin and mother Monica. Her track coaches Mya Touchet and Casey Meador.

Claire Meyers will continue the Meyers family tradition of playing sports for the UL-Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns.

Lifestyle

Mrs. James Martin Miller II

Miss Jana R. Bergeron and Mr. James Martin Miller II, both of Maurice, were joined in holy matrimony during a ceremony held on Saturday, June 18, 2016, at St.

Obituaries

ERATH — A Mass of Christian Burial for Chasitie Nichole Campbell, 20, will be 10:00AM Saturday June 25, 2016 in Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church with Father Bill Melancon officiating.

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