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The Abbeville Police Department investigated a single-vehicle crash on LA Hwy. 338 where a stolen vehicle went off the roadway causing the vehicle to overturn. The incident occurred on Tuesday, July 14. A juvenile passenger in the vehicle was found at the scene and transported to a Lafayette hospital.

The property is located on the Bypass in Abbeville.

The old Schwegmann building in Abbeville has remained empty for many years, much to the frustration of some officials. Councilman-at-Large Francis Plaisance has voiced his concerns over the vacant building for several years.

Mayci Breaux was buried on Monday..

FRANKLIN — Hundreds of mourners filed into the Church of the Assumption this morning for the service celebrating the life of Mayci Breaux, 21, one of two women fatally shot Thursday at The Grand 16 movie theater in Lafayette.

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The property is located on the Bypass in Abbeville.

Mayci Breaux was buried on Monday..

Abbeville High football player has not missed workouts in two years

Allen Arclies will be a junior this year. He stands 6-3 and weighs 205 pounds and is expected to play tight end this season.

Abbeville High junior Allen Arclies gets it. He gets the idea that Friday night football games are won in the summer, long before the game has been played.

Keith Calvert returns to Erath as assistant football coach

Keith Calvert is busy at Erath helping get the players conditioned.

ERATH — Keith Calvert is no stranger to Vermilion Parish, especially Erath.
In his 28 years in education, nine of them were in Vermilion Parish.

Islands staying in Abbeville for now

Islands are fine for Jimmy Buffett, just not so much for the City of Abbeville.
The city has multiple unincorporated areas of land that are surrounded on each side by city limits.

Maurice police force growing

MAURICE — Matching the Village of Maurice’s own growth, its police department will get a little bigger.

Rep. Blake Miguez was busy freshman legislator

Rep. Blake Miguez talks with 4-H members earlier in the session.

No one gave freshman State Rep. Blake Miguez the memo that a rookie legislator is supposed to sit back, watch and learn.

Abbeville Rotary Club honors Allen Bares Jr.

Jim Russo, president of Rotary, hands Tina a special award for her husband, Allen Bares Jr.

Just shy of one year ago, a family lost a father, husband and son, many more lost a friend and Vermilion Parish lost a dedicated public servant.

Tuesday marks one-year anniversary of Deputy Bares’ death

The first hour after finding Deputy Allen Bares Jr. shot and killed, there were
hundreds of law enforcement in Abbeville searching for his killers.

Many remember where they were and what they were doing the first time they heard about 9/11.

Vermilion Parish School Board honors Campbell with dedication

School Board Member Anthony Fontana hands Roderick Campbell, Charles Campbell’s son, the resolution. In the photo are Campbell’s family and his brother, Carlton.

The Vermilion Parish School Board honored one of its own Thursday night.
Long-time school board member Charles Campbell is battling cancer and has missed a few meetings lately.

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Sports

Owen Stutes makes a catch in the outfield for QSA.

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Christen Migues beats out the throw at first base for a single against Welsh. (photo by Sadie Suire)

ERATH - The QSA 10-and-under All-Stars were in a win or go home situation Sunday afternoon in the third day of the Pony Regional Tournament.

Lifestyle

The 2015-2016 Eagleline includes (top to bottom) Madison Hebert (Jr.), Gabrielle Davis (Fr.), Catherine Romaine (Fr.), Hannah Trahan (Soph.), Michelle Noel (Coach), Avery Hebert (Fr.), Molly Landry (Fr.), Laura Landry (Jr.),Abbey Hebert (Jr.), Bailey Mire (Fr.), Meredith David (Soph.), Madison Landry (Sr./Secretary-Treasurer), Caroline Landry (Sr./Captain), Cailin Trahan (Sr./Co-Captain), Anne-Marie Marceaux (Sr.)

The Vermilion Catholic Eagleline attended Universal Dance Association camp held at the Crowne Plaza in Baton Rouge June 22-25.

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