Vermilion Parish Superintendent Jerome Puyau, AHS Principal
Lyndelle Theriot, Shane Theall and Dream Teachers’ Amie Burton.

Dream Teachers’ Amie Burton presents Abbeville High’s Shane Theall with a gift for being named as semifinalist for State Teacher of the year. Abbeville High Principal Lyndelle Theriot (right) said the school is proud of Theall.

Abbeville High’s Shane Theall named State Teacher of the Year semifinalist

Abbeville High sent its graduates off into a bright future last Friday night.
Earlier in the week, one of the people who helped shape many of those futures received some well deserved recognition.
Shane Theall is one of the semifinalists for State Teacher of the Year. Amie Burton, Chairman of the Board of Dream Teachers, the organization that conducts the award, presented Theall, who teaches agriculture, welding and carpentry, with a gift honoring him as a semifinalist.

Parts of South Broadway is nothing but foundation.

DOTD offering to repair South Broadway if Erath takes over road

The Erath Aldermen will have a significant decision to make at next month’s meeting.
The five aldermen will have to decide if they want the town of Erath to inherit South Broadway Street (La. 685) and Lastie (the old Highway 14) from the state.
The Department of Transportation and Development (DOTD) is in the process of trying to give away certain state highways to municipalities or government entities. One of those state highways is South Broadway, which runs through the town of Erath.

Left to Right: Councilman Brady Broussard Jr., Cleanest City Contest Co-chair Sandra Creswell, Chairman of the Deep South Region, Lena Bateman, Mayor Mark Piazza, Louisiana Garden Club Cleanest City Contest Chairperson Jean Gilstrap, Cleanest City Contest Co-chair Liz Gremilion and Councilman Francis Plaisance.

Abbeville awarded Cleanest City State title

The City of Abbeville has been named in District III the Cleanest City in the State by the Louisiana Garden Club Federation.
Mayor Mark Piazza and member of the Abbeville City Council accepted the State Title plaque Friday morning.
Abbeville competed in Category G which included Abbeville, Bogalusa, Jennings, Pineville, Reserve and West Monroe.

Vermilion Parish graduates among record LSU class

BATON ROUGE – LSU graduated its largest and most diverse class ever at the university’s 298th commencement exercises on Friday, May 10.
At the spring commencement ceremony, a record 4,442 degrees were awarded, including several to graduates from Vermilion Parish.

LSU graduates from Vermilion Parish:

Sara Elizabeth Mire, Delcambre

College of Agriculture

Alyssa Naomi Veazey, Erath

College of Art & Design

Emily Ann Hebert, Abbeville

E. J. Ourso College of Business


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