Pictured is the Victorious Project - a Winnebago transformed in to an owl. The vehicle is a concept created by artist Victor Tilvaro, who died by suicide in may of 2018, and is dedicated to healing, meditation and consciousness. The Winnebago will make an appearance at an upcoming music festival that will take place in Cypress Creek April 12 - April 13. (Photo courtesy of Fete du VOID co-founder David LeBlanc)

Special festival aims to raise awareness for mental health

If you are looking to remove yourself from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and experience something out of this world, then you won’t want to miss Fête du VOID’s featuring The Iceman Special

Sacred Heart senior Wesley Launey is pictured here as he looks through a book about the Medal of Honor while sitting in the school’s library. The globe alongside him represents the world that Launey will get to see as a pilot in the United States Air Force once he completes his training at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo. (Gazette photo by Tony Marks)

Heir apparent

Evangeline Parish has a rich military history.

Several local fishermen earned cash prize awards for their impressive catches during the Third Annual Crooked Creek Benefit Fishing Tournament on Saturday. The winners are pictured above with Crooked Creek Park Manager Kim Ortego and fishing tournament organizer Collin Courville. From left to right are Ortego, Kyle Soileau, Seth Soileau, Brian Soileau, Brandon Theriot, Marcus Dupree, Brody Bonnette and Courville. (Gazette photo by Elizabeth West)

Dupree, Bonnette claim first at third Annual Crooked Creek Benefit Fishing Tournament

Fishermen from across the parish tried their luck at bass fishing on Saturday, March 16th, as they took part in the Third Annual Crooked Creek Benefit Fishing Tournament.


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