Phillips 66, CCOA volunteers deliver baskets

Devyn Dellafosse, 7, was having a hard time finding the energy she needed Saturday morning and understandably so. She spent most of Friday night battling a fever. Her mom, Stacy, even gave her the option to spend the day in bed, but the youngster turned it down. Instead, she chose to head to the Calcasieu Council on Aging at 8 a.m. with the rest of her family to help participate in the annual Thanksgiving food basket deliveries. The event is a partnership between Phillips 66 and the CCOA focused on providing for the elderly throughout the region.

“I told her she should stay home, but she just really wanted to go,” Stacy said. “They see that it’s the season to be thankful for what you have, and I think this is a great opportunity for them to give back.”

Fire breaks out at Phillips 66

A fire broke out at the Phillips 66 refinery in Westlake Sunday morning. No injuries were reported.

Cole shows off new home for ministry

Pearl Cole was still getting adjusted to her surroundings Friday morning after a ceremony marking the official opening of the new Abraham’s Tent facility.

Weather prompts earlier kickoff

The threat of an evening thunderstorm has spurred McNeese State University officials to change the time of the Cowboys’ home football game with Lamar to 2 p.m.

Knights fall to Rayville

LONGVILLE — Rayville scored 36 unanswered points to eliminate South Beauregard 44-26 Friday night in a Class 3A regional-round game.

The eighth-seeded Golden Knights held all the momentum early in the third quarter when a third Kelly Courville touchdown put them up 20-8.

Mandeville kicks Bucs out of playoffs

Barbe fans got their usual 48 minutes of excitement, but not the storybook ending as Mandeville’s Parker Pastorella drilled