Vidrine Elementary recently announced its lists of honor students from the second nine weeks.
December 14, 2008- Yes, snow came to South Louisiana, and it appears Evangeline and St. Landry Parishes received the most snow in the Acadiana area; at least four to six inches, if not more in some areas. Thursday morning, residents discovered the beauty of snow as well as the problems associated with it. Government offices, businesses and schools closed due to the inclement weather and electrical outages Thursday morning. Cleco said approximately 10,000 of its customers statewide were without power. The southern towns of Ville Platte, Opelousas, Washington and Eunice and their surrounding areas had approximately 6,000 customers without service, but many had electrical power returned by noon. The Evangeline Parish courthouse (pictured here) was blanketed with the white stuff early Thursday. (Gazette photo by Carissa Hebert)
By: ALI MORAS
The Rotary motto of “service above self” took a Christmas twist Tuesday when members of the Ville Platte club donated Christmas baskets and Christmas toys to needy families.
(Editor’s Note: The following information was obtained from the Evangeline Parish Clerk of Court’s Office in Ville Platte. This information is printed once a month in The Gazette.)
Mamou First Grade French Immersion students- in no particular order: Easton Hayes Ardoin, London Elise Ardoin, Jessie-Lynn Faith Ashford, Braxton Aymond, Isabella Bree Bonnette, Julien Pierre Deshotel, Adam Mark Fontenot, Bryley Lynn Foreman, Nora Gotreaux, Christiny Nacolsha Hall, Joshua Jack, Adelyn Kate LeBouef, Niko Lopez, Aubrey Faith Manuel, Emma Catherine Miller, Denelle Amya Moreaux, Evelyn Rose Pitre, Molly Ann Ramsey, Heaven Raymond, Brooke Thomas, and Allen Williams. Also pictured in back Bill McBride.
With the Christmas season approaching, the Ville Platte Rotary Club learned about trucking from a son of one of its members and heard French Christmas carols from first grade students from Mamou an