St. Martinville – The St. Martin Sheriff’s Office has reported the weekend arrest of three St. Martinville area residents who were allegedly planning to rob an individual near Breaux Bridge. At approximately 1 a.m. on Saturday, Sept.
New Orleans – The New Orleans Saints football team has announced the selection of Breaux Bridge native Alana Sonnier Adams as a member of the 2015-16 Saintsations cheerleader squad. This will be Alana’s second consecutive year with the elite group.
St. Martin Parish will hold a Prayer Service in conjunction with Governor Bobby Jindal’s call for a Statewide Day of Prayer on Monday, Sept. 14 on behalf of law enforcement.
High-ranking area peace officers gathered at the first meeting of F.O.L.E. to discuss ways to show appreciation and support to parish law enforcement. On hand were (from left) Arnaudville Police Chief Eddy LeCompte; Breaux Bridge Chief Rollie Cantu; Parks Chief Ronald Solarie; Ward 1 Constable Al Cormier; LSP Troop I Capt. James Cormier; Ward 2 Constable Cush Williams; Sheriff Ronny Theriot; Ward 3 Constable David Dugas; St. Martinville Chief Calder Hebert; Breaux Bridge City Marshal Jerry Frederick, Henderson Chief Leroy Guidry and Broussard Chief Brannon Decou. (Sally Angelle)
A group of concerned citizens and residents of St. Martin Parish recently formed a group called the St. Martin Parish Friends of Law Enforcement (F.O.L.E) with Don “Tuffy” Resweber serving as chairman.
A controversial plan to convert the four-lane section of St. Martinville’s North Main Street to two lanes with a center turn lane has been put on hold.
City Councilman Mike Fuselier said Monday that widespread opposition from city officials, local legislators and area residents have apparently derailed the project.
Sections of 20-inch pipe lay strung out along a neatly manicured right-of-way, awaiting a crew from WHC Energy Services, Lafayette, to construct the 270-mile Aegis pipeline from Texas to the Mississippi River.
The pipeline will carry 425,000 barrels a day of ethane, a natural gas liquid widely used in plasics and pharmaceuticals.