The Evangeline Parish School District treated its teachers to an end of the year bash on Tuesday. The “Landing Party” was the very first hosted
According to the Evangeline Today, employees of the Basile Police Department went unpaid on Friday due to lack of funds.
Typically it’s the What’s Your Story sign that brings in all the attention, but this week it was a different sign that brought us to Gobble Gully Paintball in Turkey Creek.
The Mamou Police Department is asking for help in giving back to one of their own who lost their home in the recent storms on
Residents in Ville Platte were provided with supplies following Sunday’s storms that dealt major damage to parts of the city. Friday, the city set up
Ville Platte Mayor Jennifer Vidrine provided an update to residents following the tornado and storms that moved through the city on Sunday Vidrine says that
The Point Blue Water System has lifted its boil water advisory. Water officials say the water is safe for consumption. The advisory was issued on
Chief Neal Lartigue has issued a warning to local businesses about recent scam calls received by several businesses. The chief is also asking for any information on those calls.
The Ville Platte City Council took the first steps to increase utility bills for the first time in 20 years, KVPI reports. The council voted
Ville Platte Police have arrested a man in connection with the 2016 death of Christopher Ortego. Ortego, 47, was found dead in his home in
Evangeline Parish Water District #1 in Pine Prairie has lifted its boil water advisory for residents on North Dock Road.
Disaster relief efforts are continuing throughout Evangeline Parish after Sunday’s tornadoes. Many of the victims are getting help from strangers. Volunteers with the Louisiana Home
In Evangeline Parish, the clean-up continues after yesterday’s tornadoes. Today the National Weather Service confirmed that an EF-0 hit Mamou and an EF-1 hit Ville
As of noon, 500 customers in Evangeline Parish remain without power following Sunday morning’s storm that left nearly 20,000 customers across Cleco’s service territory without
Ville Platte Mayor Jennifer Vidrine says crews have already restored 95 percent of the power to the city and are working to pick up small branches and debris.