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Task Force makes 10 arrests for multiple drug offenses in Vermilion Parish

According to Drew David, the Public Information Officer and Task Force Commander for the Vermilion Parish Sheriff’s Department, the Vermilion Municipal and Sheriff’s Narcotics Task Force made the following arrests for narcotics related offenses within the parish.

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Maurice transferring to new water well

MAURICE — Part of the growth in the Village of Maurice is improvements on its infrastructure.
Some of that is set to take place in regard to the village’s water well.
“During the upcoming weeks the Village of Maurice will be transferring to our newly installed water well,” Mayor Wayne Theriot said. “Once this is done our current treatment facilities will be off line while a new treatment facility is constructed.”
Theriot sent out a message to alert costumers of the village’s water system.

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Photo by Steve Bandy/LSN
Dr. Tina Stefanski, Regional Medical Director for the Office of Public Health in Acadiana

State Emergency Response Network explained

Dr. Tina Stefanski has been the regional medical director for the Office of Public Health in Acadiana for the past 18 years. With coronavirus outbreaks popping up worldwide and cases of mumps reported at least two Louisiana universities, it seems like picking a topic to talk about would be easy.
But Stefanski wanted to tell members of the Crowley Lions Club about the Louisiana Emergency Response Network — LERN — which she touted as “one of the best things we do with state government.”

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Photo of the actual side-by-side reported stolen.


RAYNE — Detectives with the Acadia Parish Sheriff’s Office are investigating the theft of a side-by-side from a business located in the 5700 block of Church Point Highway, north of Rayne.
The incident occurred between Feb. 7 and 10.
Unknown suspect(s) gained access to the property by cutting the fence. The stolen side-by-side is described as a 2016 two-seater Polaris 900 Ranger, green in color. It’s valued at about $15,000.

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Erath Middle School’s Tovy Tran is the Vermilion Parish Middle School Student of the Year. She is joined by Erath Middle Assistant Principal Jackie Devenport and Principal Wendy Stoute (right).

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Tovy Tran is joined by family and members of the Vermilion Parish School System after being named Vermilion Parish Middle School Student of the Year.

Erath Middle’s Tovy Tran is Parish Middle School Student of the Year

Erath Middle School student Tovy Tran said she was shocked and excited with winning Parish Middle School Student of the Year. Though she found out sometime in January, she won’t get her award until the end of the year at the award ceremony.
“I’m okay with that because it is an honor in itself to be selected to represent the parish,” Tran said, “but I did get certificates throughout the process at each level”



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