Local

Article Image Alt Text

Superintendent Jerome Puyau tells central office employees that Vermilion Parish now has the second best school district in Louisiana.

Article Image Alt Text

Central Office employees hold up No. 2 to show the new state rankings.

Vermilion Parish School System is now the second best school system in Louisiana

Vermilion Parish School Superintendent Jerome Puyau was almost in tears when he made the big announcement Wednesday at 11 a.m.
Central Office employees gathered outside under the giant oak tree to hear the great news from Puyau.
He told the central office employees and sent out an email to every school employee that the Vermilion Parish School system now the second-best school district in Louisiana.
“This was a team effort,” said Puyau.

Article Image Alt Text

Vermilion Parish Election Results

Vermilion Parish Sheriff

• Mike Couvillon ..........,10,421 (56%)
• Lance Broussard............8,061 (44%)

Vermilion Parish Police Jury

Police Jury District 3
• Brent Landry..................783 (61%)
• Kerry Richard................492 (39 %)

Police Jury District 5
• Wayne Touchet ...................1,030 (82%)
• Barbara Boudreaux Adams..232 (18%)

Police Jury District 6
•Mark Poche.....................1,123 (74%)
• Al Harrington....................395 (26%)

Article Image Alt Text

Mike Couvillon

Couvillon wins Sheriff race in Vermilion Parish

There will be some familiar faces returning to their respective elected positions in Vermilion Parish, with a few new faces as well, after polls closed on Saturday’s election day.
Vermilion Parish Sheriff Mike Couvillon will get a fifth term after a win Saturday against challenger Lance Broussard. Couvillon received ?10,421 votes (56%) Broussard, who served 35 years Vermilion Parish Sheriff’s Office received 8,061 votes (44%).

Article Image Alt Text

Federal judge denies issuing restraining order against three Vermilion Parish School Board members

Superintendent Jerome Puyau asked Federal Judge Robert R. Summerhays to grant a temporary restraining order against three school board members.
After 45 minutes of hearing attorney arguments, Summerhays denied issuing a temporary restraining order against board members Laura LeBeouf, Kibbie Pillette and David Dupuis.
Had the judge approved the restraining order, LeBeouf, Pillette and Dupuis could not vote on anything dealing with Puyau.

Article Image Alt Text

Stolen car crashes by Maurice Elementary; school goes on lockdown

MAURICE - The Village of Maurice had a scare Tuesday at around 2 p.m.
At that time, Maurice Chief of Police Guy Nerrin received word from the Lafayette Sheriff’s Office that a stolen black Kia was heading south on La. 167 towards Maurice.
A male was in the process of robbing a house in Lafayette Parish and then escaped by stealing the Kia.
A Maurice patrolman spotted the vehicle entering Maurice. The Kia turned left off of La. 167 and drove in front of Maurice Elementary, causing a mandatory lock-down.

Pages

Advertisement

Vermilion Today

Abbeville Meridional

318 N. Main St.
Abbeville, LA 70510
Phone: 337-893-4223
Fax: 337-898-9022

The Kaplan Herald

219 North Cushing Avenue
Kaplan, LA 70548

The Gueydan Journal

311 Main Street
Gueydan, LA 70542