Last Saturday we had our Gazette Christmas party at The Crawfish Barn. David Ortego, our fine publisher, asked me how the Gazette parties compared to the ones we had at the Clerk’s Office.
On Friday, Ville Platte Chief of Police Neal Lartigue reported that he and his department are seeking assistance in identifying a robbery suspect.
In 2015 a federal investigation into operations at the Ville Platte Police Department and the Evangeline Parish Sheriff’s Office has led to the filing of several federal lawsuits against the City o
Pictured here are Rotary President Wayne Vidrine (left) with interim CEO of CLECO Bill Fontenot (center), and Fontenot’s father and Rotarian Leonard Fontenot (right). (Gazette photo by Tony Marks)
Rounding out the month of November, the Ville Platte Rotary Club heard from the son of one of its members about CLECO growing the company to better serve the communities as well as hearing about th
The pioneer spirit that made this country what it is today is still alive as new churches spring up to help spread the word of God.