DAMIEN BERNARD puts on a blue ribbon performance in the high jump during the Cajun Chef Relays held in St. Martinville last Friday. Cecilia High School’s Bernard took first-place with a 6-5 jump. (Danny Guidry)

The Breaux Bridge Tigers edged a strong Franklin team to take first place team honors at the Cajun Chef Relays held here last Friday. The Bridge amassed 112½ points, just ahead of Franklin which collected 111.
If you go to the Belle River public landing now, you will get a laugh out of all the pipe rails and signs the Atchafalaya Basin Levee Board has erected lately.

The 300,000-gallon tower in Commercial Park East south of Interstate 10, where one of the new lines serving the North Bridge area will be connected to the existing system .

The city fathers here have embarked upon an ambitious plan to improve and increase the delivery of municipal water plus other infrastructure improvements using funds from the city’s special taxing district on I-10.

DAMIEN BERNARD puts on a blue ribbon performance in the high jump during the Cajun Chef Relays held in St. Martinville last Friday. Cecilia High School’s Bernard took first-place with a 6-5 jump. (Danny Guidry)

The 300,000-gallon tower in Commercial Park East south of Interstate 10, where one of the new lines serving the North Bridge area will be connected to the existing system .

Breaux Bridge planning $2.2 million project to improve distribution of water

The 300,000-gallon tower in Commercial Park East south of Interstate 10, where one of the new lines serving the North Bridge area will be connected to the existing system .

The city fathers here have embarked upon an ambitious plan to improve and increase the delivery of municipal water plus other infrastructure improvements using funds from the city’s special taxing

Council OKs live TV show April 30

PAVING THE WAY – Flanked by City Councilman Craig Prosper (left) and city attorney Allan Durand, St. Martinville Mayor Thomas Nelson signs an agreement to provide utility service to the new Evangeline Campus of South Louisiana Community College . (Ken Grissom)

KLFY News 10 will broadcast live from downtown St. Martinville Wednesday, April 30, as part of the station’s unique series featuring news, newsmaker interviews and musical entertainment.

UL students present visions for Talley site

VISION FOR FUTURE — Graduate architecture students from the University of Louisana-Lafayette last week presented three possible scenarios for the future development of the bayou-side Talley property owned by St. Martinville. The 3-acre site currently includes an RV parking area and is used by several city festivals. From left are UL students Jesus Navarro, Randel Reeves, John Welcher and Garrett Armentor; Mayor Thomas Nelson, Blake Douet with the Main Street Association, and UL architect instructor Ashlie Latiolais.(Henri C. Bienvenu)

Graduate architecture students from the University of Louisiana-Lafayette showcased their ideas for the future development of the city-owned Talley property along Bayou Teche during a gathering of

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DAMIEN BERNARD puts on a blue ribbon performance in the high jump during the Cajun Chef Relays held in St. Martinville last Friday. Cecilia High School’s Bernard took first-place with a 6-5 jump. (Danny Guidry)

The Breaux Bridge Tigers edged a strong Franklin team to take first place team honors at the Cajun Chef Relays held here last Friday.

Lifestyle

If you go to the Belle River public landing now, you will get a laugh out of all the pipe rails and signs the Atchafalaya Basin Levee Board has erected lately.

Obituaries

Breaux Bridge - Funeral services will be held at 2 pm on Thursday, February 27, 2014, at Pellerin Funeral Home Chapel in Breaux Bridge, for John C.

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