Emma, Bobbie Joe and Grace LeJeune were among the thousands of youth and adults attending the Abby Youth Festival 2015 in St. Benedict, La.

  According to Bobbie Joe LeJeune, mother of two daughters, Grace and Emma, a special weekend was recently shared together.  

Lydia Young from Abbeville will dance in a show for UL next month.

Lydia Young of Abbeville is an inspiring dancer, who is  a senior at UL-Lafayette majoring in performing arts and concentrating in dancing. 

Jason El Koubi, the CEO of One Acadiana, speaks to Abbeville Rotarians.

The president and CEO of One Acadiana visited Abbeville to educate business owners and former business owners  from the parish about what is the future of One Acadiana.

Emma, Bobbie Joe and Grace LeJeune were among the thousands of youth and adults attending the Abby Youth Festival 2015 in St. Benedict, La.

Lydia Young from Abbeville will dance in a show for UL next month.

Jason El Koubi, the CEO of One Acadiana, speaks to Abbeville Rotarians.

Dedicated to Mr. Bill Searle

Distinguished guests, faculty and students were witness to the dedication of the Bill Searle Gymnasium on Monday, April 28. Attending the dedication are from left, Dan Dartez, Dwayne Searle, Donia Searle, Randy Schexnayder and Joey Hebert.

GUEYDAN - Gueydan High School Principal Luddy Herpin, described him as being “a man of his word, and someone who worked for the betterment of his school and community.” Those words were spoken abou

Audit shows $62,000 missing in Delcambre

The town of Delcambre lost more than $62,000 in utility bill and property tax revenues through misappropriation of the funds by a former town employee, according to an audit report released Monday

Six Vermilion Parish residents found with drugs

Cody Morrison

According to Sheriff Mike Couvillon, and Chief Tony Hardy, the Vermilion / Municipal Task Force recently made following arrests for drug related offenses due to undercover operations conducted with

VC football team gets state title rings

Above are the two state title rings won by Vermilion Catholic, over a 10-year period. The ring to the left is the 2004 state championship ring. The ring to the right is the new ring.

Last week at Vermilion Catholic High football stadium, the VC players and coaches were given their Class A state championship rings.

Highland Baptist upsets VC Eagles, 2-1

VC head coach Stephen Adams talks with pitcher Hunter Frith (middle).

A district rematch proved to be a much closer game than anyone expected when Highland Baptist came away with a 2-1 win over the No.

North Vermilion Lady Patriots knock off Kaplan, 13-4

North Vermilion (left) and Kaplan shake hands after the game. It was the third time this year they played each other.

The table was set for the the third and final match-up between the North Vermilion Lady Patriots and the Kaplan Lady Pirates, to be the best game of the series.

Erath Bobcats advance to second round of baseball playoffs

Drew Primeaux of EHS hits the ball for a RBI triple in the bottom of the second inning.

Erath High junior Drew Primeaux got back into the grove after missing most of the season with a leg injury by going 2-for-3 at the plate and he knocked in three runs to help the Bobcats beat De La

Three Vermilion Parish students honored by winning Inspirational Heroes Award

Gavin Hebert accepts his award from Cox Executive Director of Operations Julie Dronet.

LAFAYETTE – This week Cox honored 41 Acadiana students, grades Pre-K through 12, who are leading meaningful and productive lives while overcoming great personal adversities at the 4th Annual Cox I

Public meeting Thursday to try and salvage summer ball in Abbeville

Parents and coaches are expected to meet Thursday in the Abbeville City Hall meeting room to see if there will be summer baseball in Abbeville.

There are 54 children who are waiting to see if the city of Abbeville is going to have baseball this summer.

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Vermilion Catholic’s Lady Eagles softball team starts the season in an unconventional way compared to most teams.

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Stephen Meaux

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One of Stephen Meaux’s documentaries is on crawfishing. Shown is Justin Stelly pulling in a crawfish cage during a filming.

Kaplan native and filmmaker, Stephen Meaux, embraces his roots by preserving them through documentaries.

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