For their first meeting of the new school year members of the St. Martin School Board face a rather long, but mostly routine agenda. A special meeting of the board’s finance committee is set for 4 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 2, at the Administrative Office on Corporate Boulevard, followed by the regular monthly meeting at 5 p.m.
South Louisiana Community College – Evangeline Campus is now accepting applications for the Spring 2016 semester.

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.

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)

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