Eaton Park Elementary’s Katie Landry (second from left) is the Vermilion Parish Elementary Teacher of the Year. Joining Landry during the presentation of Eaton Park’s honors are Principal Lola Thomas, Eaton Park Support Person of the Year- Kindergarten Paraprofessional Cheryl Koch and Assistant Principal Sonya Louviere.

Like so many teachers, Katie Landry shows up for work each day with one goal in mind. “We show up everyday determined to give everything to our students,” Landry said. “If you do not give 100%, your students will suffer.”

Redflex cameras take photos of vehicles speeding.

Residents in Abbeville won’t have to worry about getting a ticket mailed to them from RedFlex Traffic System because the Abbeville City Council does not want to do business with RedFlex.
Written by Howell Dennis (LSN Writer) BATON ROUGE - According to an article in Sunday’s edition of The Advocate, Governor Bobby Jindal spent 165 days of 2014 in places outside Louisiana, costing taxpayers $314,144.

Eaton Park Elementary’s Katie Landry (second from left) is the Vermilion Parish Elementary Teacher of the Year. Joining Landry during the presentation of Eaton Park’s honors are Principal Lola Thomas, Eaton Park Support Person of the Year- Kindergarten Paraprofessional Cheryl Koch and Assistant Principal Sonya Louviere.

Redflex cameras take photos of vehicles speeding.

Abbeville business scammed

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Calls from an 800 number claiming to be from the City of Abbeville are a scam and should be ignored.

Abbeville High freshman, despite being 3-feet, 11 inches tall, stands tall when dancing

Abbeville High freshman Halle Theall holds a drawing she recently completed at school. Theall loves to draw and she loves dancing. She is using dancing and art as a way to cope with what life has thrown at her over the last 15 years. She is a 12-year cancer survivor. Despite being 3-feet-11-inches tall, she is also a member of the AHS dance team.

Written by Laura Trahan

KAPLAN POLICE REPORT

Chief Boyd Adams advises officers investigated the following:

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Sports

Abbeville’s Dre’vian Evans (15) dribbles past a West St. Mary defender Friday night.

After starting the season 0-7, it was hard for anyone to imagine the Abbeville Wildcats winning 18 of their next 21 games and winning the District 6-3A title.
However, it happened.

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