Area ladies recently took the pledge to support the newly launched Faith House campaign “No more Violence No more Silence. Attending a luncheon at River Oaks in Lafayette are front row from left, Stephanie LeBlanc and Hannah Theriot. Back row, Kathy Richard, Bonnie Hebert, Debra Harrington, Judy LeBlanc, Dana LeBlanc, Tammy Broussard and Melinda Smith.

Faith House is a nonprofit organization that helps victims of domestic violence and their children. Domestic Violence affects women of all education, social, and economic levels, all ages, all religions and all ethnic groups. It is the single most frequent cause of injury to women in this country.
Get your calender out parents and children because Halloween in Vermilion Parish is getting confusing. The rest of the United States will be celebrating Halloween on Oct. 31, which is a Friday. But in Vermilion Parish, you will have two days to celebrate Halloween.
Vermilion Parish has five schools that had a school performance grade of A. Three of the five schools were elementary schools, and the other two were high schools. Two A schools improved from being a B school last year. Cecil Picard Elementary had one of the biggest leap in scores from last year.

Area ladies recently took the pledge to support the newly launched Faith House campaign “No more Violence No more Silence. Attending a luncheon at River Oaks in Lafayette are front row from left, Stephanie LeBlanc and Hannah Theriot. Back row, Kathy Richard, Bonnie Hebert, Debra Harrington, Judy LeBlanc, Dana LeBlanc, Tammy Broussard and Melinda Smith.

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VC's Homecoming Court

The 2014 VC Homecoming Court

Here are members of the 2014 Vermilion Catholic Homecoming Court: Back row:- Audrey Blaire, Lexi Langlinais, Queen Ashailee Brailey, Maci Ardoin, Kirsten Broussard: Front Row- Halie Wright, Lilly C

Erath ends boil advisory for water

The Louisiana Board of Health informed the town of Erath at 11 a.m. Thursday that its last water sample passed, ending the five-day boil advisory.

Sounds on the Square today in Abbeville

The Envies will perform this evening at Sounds on the Square.

A local act will be front and center this evening when the Envies take the stage for Sounds on the Square.

Touchet's Bar in Vermilion Parish is place for cracklin cook-off on Saturday

Holding up his cracklins is Clarence “T-Boy” Desormeaux (right). Also in the photo are Derek Touchet (left) and his father, Calvin Touchet (middle).

Cooking cracklins is not just about throwing raw pigskin into hot grease and watching it fry. There is an art to it that most people do not know unless they have mastered it.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Join Faith House and show support by attending the Candlelight Vigil on Wednesday, October 16 on the Vermilion Parish Courthouse steps at 5:30 p.m.

Domestic violence is a problem that can affect anyone at anytime. Considering victims are usually frightened by their abusers, they often suffer in silence.

Food cans collected for Christian Service Center in Abbeville

The Christian Service Center’s (L-R) Anthony Borden, Kenneth Brent Moore and Deborah Sanders unpack food recently donated by Vermilion Catholic and members of St. Mary Magdalen Catholic Church.

After seeing shelves mostly bare, workers at the St. Mary Magdalen Christian Service Center received a recent boost.

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Sports

The North Vermilion Patriots run onto the field before their game against Abbeville last Friday. The Patriots host West St. Mary this week looking to win their second straight game.

The North Vermilion Patriots look for two straight wins Friday, when they host West St. Mary.

Lifestyle

On their wedding day in 1964.

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Mr. and Mrs. Truman Abshire today.

Truman James Abshire and Lona Fay Hebert are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary. They were married on October 17, 1964.

Obituaries

ABBEVILLE – Funeral Services for Mrs. Eddie Landry, Sr. the former Mazie Levine, 94, will be held at 1:00PM on Saturday, October 25, 2014 at Mt.

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