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Local High School Football Scores - Week of October 26th

Local High School Football Scores - Week of October 26th

 

 

Friday, October 30th

 

-Basile 10, Pointe Coupee Catholic

 

-Euince 35, Port Barre 0

 

-New Iberia Catholic 69, Scared Heart-Ville Platte 14

 

-Northwest 51, Church Point 30

 

-Oakdale 33, Bunkie 13

 

-Opelousas Catholic 24, Loreauville 16

 

- St. Thomas More 77, Opelousas 0

 

-Ville Platte 18, Pine Prairie 12 (KVPI Game of the Week)

 

*Scores come from the Associated Press (AP). If scores are incorrect or you have scores from teams you feel should be included, please comment and we will see about updating this page accordingly.

Local Trick-or-Treating Times

Local Trick-or-Treating Times

 

 

Ville Platte (Inside City Limits) - Saturday 6:00-8:00

 

Evangeline Parish (Outside City Limits) - Thursday 5:30-7:00

 

Pine Prairie City Limits - Friday 5:30-7:00

 

Turkey Creek City Limits - Friday 6:00-8:00 (movie will follow in Druet Park)

 

Chataignier City Limits - Friday 5:30-8:00

 

Mamou City Limits - Thursday 5:30-8:00

 

Basile City Limits - Thursday 5:30-7:30

Committee to promote the French Language Met Today

FRENCH COMMITTEE MEETING

OCTOBER 28, 2015

 

    Members of a committee promoting our French language and culture in Evangeline Parish met today with a representative of Codofil.

     The committee will be conducting a French survey to find how many people can speak, understand or write in French. The surveys will be distributed through local news media, Chamber of Commerce of Commerce and City Hall. Local and area residents are urged to fill it out and bring it back to the city hall or Chamber office.

    The committee also praised Mayor Jennifer Vidrine and the city of Ville Platte for their on going street sign project. City crews are replacing old street signs and replacing them with colorful red Bi-Lingual signs written in both English and French. The crews are finishing Main and will next go to LaSalle Street.

    The committee received information that next year’s Grand Hoorah Cajun music festival at Chicot State Park will be held April 15 and 16.

    Both the Mayor of Ville Platte and the Mayor of Ponchatrain, France are still working on twinning both cities.

     The next summer French language camp for young people is set for next June at Chataignier Elementary school.

     The committee also discussed meeting with school officials to encourage and support a French immersion program in one of our local parish schools.

Keep Evangeline Beautiful Reps spoke to Rotary Club

KEEP EVANGELINE BEAUTIFUL DISCUSSED AT ROTARY MEETING

OCTOBER 27, 2015

 

      Becky Buller and Susan LaHaye were both guest speakers at today (Tuesday) Rotary Club meeting. They represent a 13 member  group appointed by the Evangeline Parish Police Jury to combat the growing problem littering on parish roads and highways.

    The two are asking for help in their efforts to educate the residents and especially young people. Buller praised the Rotary Interact Club from Sacred Heart in their clean up efforts recently at the Native Plant Garden.

    Buller and LaHaye commended the city of Ville Platte and the police jury for their efforts. The committee is asking groups and clubs to adopt various parish roads in the parish to help keep it clean.

    LaHaye read an inspirational call to action asking local residents to have pride in their neighborhoods and communities to take part in the clean up efforts.

Election Rreturns October 24

Election Returns

October 25, 2015

 

   Complete but unofficial election returns shows that most incumbents were re- elected to office in the Primary election.

    For Sheriff in Evangeline Parish incumbent Eddie Soileau was re elected with 59 percent of the  vote. Soileau got 5217 votes. Coming in second was Sidney Joey Peloquin with 1932 votes, Darin Bordelon received 1191 votes and Andy Gaspard received 456 votes.

   The only upset in parish races was recorded in District Two where the incumbent police juror Kenny Burgess was defeated in his bid for re election. His opponent Sidney Fontenot , who was a former police juror, defeated Burgess 485 votes to Burgess 453 votes, a difference of only 32 votes.

   In District Four, incumbent Police Juror Lamar Johnson was re elected with 732 votes to his challenger Robert Johnson who received 334 votes.

   In District 6, incumbent Eric Soileau won re election with 744 votes while his opponent Donald Vidrine got 248 votes.

   In District 7, Incumbent Bryan Vidrine won re election with 597 votes to his two challengers: Kevin Cabon Fontenot with 266 votes and Grant Soileau who received 162 votes.

   In District 9 where there are no incumbents, the top vote getter Daniel Arvie with 551 votes will be in a runoff with Shawn Gallow who got 341 votes. Coming in third was Gerald Big D Alfred who got 266 votes.

   Both millage tax propositions in the parish were approved. The Town of Mamou one percent millage renewal tax proposal was approved 311 yes and 180 voting no. The Fire Protection District 2 5.63 millage tax renewal was approved 1384 voting yes whole 593 voting no.

   For State Representative in the 41st District where the Basile area is part of the District. Phillip Deviller was the top vote getter with 617 votes, Greg Fruge came in second with 220 votes and Germaine Simpson got 117 votes.

   In the BESE Board District 5 election, Johnny Fatheree received 2480 votes and Gary Jones got 2317 votes.

   In the BESE Board District 8 election, Carolyn Hill received 1475 votes whole Jada Lewis received 1004 votes.

  

      In the State races, here is how Evangeline Parish voters voted:  For Governor in the parish John Bel Edwards was the top vote getter with 3467 votes, Scott Angelle with 2548 votes, David Vitter with 1451 votes, Jay Dardenne with 1212 votes, Cary Deaton with 124 votes, S.L. Simpson with 75 votes, Beryl Billiot with 48 votes, JW Odom with 35 votes and Eric Paul Orgeron  with 33 votes.

    For Lt. Governor: John Young was the top voter with 2592 votes, Kip Holden with 2237 votes, Billy Nungessor with  2180 votes, Elbert Lee Guillory with 1442 votes.

   For Secretary of State, Incumbent Tom Schedler with 5262 votes and Chris Tyson with 2665 votes.

   For Attorney General, Jeff Landry with 3145 votes, Incumbent Buddy Caldwell with 2840 votes, Geraldine Broussard with 1138 votes, Isaac Jackson with 851 votes and Marty Maley with 195 votes.

   For State Treasurer, incumbent John Kennedy with 5802 votes and Jennifer Treadway with 1501 votes.

   For State Commissioner of Agriculture, Incumbent Mike Strain with 4596 votes, Charlie Greer with 2606 votes, Jamie LaBranche with 683 votes and Ace Juttner with 203 votes.

  For State Commissioner of Insurance, Incumbent Jim Donelon with 4292 votes, Charlotte McGehee with 1374 votes, Donald Hodge with 1294 votes and Matt Parker with 1078 votes.

    In the constitutional amendments:

     #1 Budget and Transportation Stabilization  Trust Amendment: Voters in the parish narrowly turned down the proposal: 3607 voted no while 3452 voted yes; #2- Funds for Transportation 3650 voted Yes while 3627 voted no; Amendment #3 for a fiscal legislative session 4112 voted no while 3027 voted yes; Amendment #4- Property Tax Exemption for Public Land- 3641 voted No and 3496 voted Yes.

  KVPI News Director Stephanie Ware was there broadcasting live Saturday night with Clerk of Court Randy Deshotel for complete election returns on Classic Hits 92.5 KVPI.

Local High School Football Scores - Week of October 19th

Local High School Football Scores - Week of October 19th

 

 

Thursday, October 22nd

 

-West St. Mary 12, Scared Heart-Ville Platte 6

 

 

Friday, October 23rd

 

-Beau Chene 21, Opelousas 6

 

-Eunice 37, Church Point 6

 

-Holy Savior Menard 24, Bunkie 7

 

-Many 19, Oakdale 7

 

-New Iberia Catholic 12, Opelousas Catholic 7

 

-Northwest 6, Ville Platte 0 (KVPI Game of the Week)

 

-Port Barre 28, Pine Prairie 0

 

-Welsh 75, Mamou 12

 

*Scores come from the Associated Press (AP). If scores are incorrect or you have scores from teams you feel should be included, please comment and we will see about updating this page accordingly.

Contredanse Kicks Off 2015 Louisiana Cotton Festival Monday Night

Contredanse Kicks off 2015 Cotton Festival

October 19, 2015

 

   A large crowd of people attended the opening event of the 2015 Louisiana Cotton Festival held at the Ville Platte Civic Center. The highlights included the Contredanse and the Crowning of the King and Queen of Heritage Manor Nursing Home.

    Cotton Festival President Pat Derousselle emceed the event.  The Cotton Pickers , under the direction of Renee Brown and Karen Soileau performed for the crowds. This year’s Cotton Pickers are Rebekah Brown, Brook Soileau, Madison Fontenot and Callie Pitre.

     Chosen as New 2015 Heritage Manor King is Andrus Chapman age 92. He replaces  Ammich Stagg. First runnerup is Pershing Jack Deville age 83. Selected as new Queen is Bobbie McCauley  age 76 who replaces Mrs. Dorothy Edward. The first runnerup o the Queen is  Hazel Ortego age 89.

    The young contredanse dancers performed for the crowds. They are under the direction of Anita Fontenot, Melanie Soileau and Robert Soileau. They are: Lilly Blankenship, Grace Bordelon, Tucker Fontenot, Silas Fontenot, Beau Fontenot, Leslie Foreman, Sawyer Jagneaux, Camry Freeman, Keyona Celestine, Kalen Maricle, Deana Blankenship, Aidan Johnson, Bailey Edmond, Kaislyn Lafleur, Max Soileau, Blaigh Williams, Shanijah Edwards, Ava Kordish, Hailey Bordelon, Jakylin Manley and Lawence Simon.

    The Cotton Festival continues Tuesday with the 4-H Cookery contest inside the Civic Center while the 4-H Cotton Pickin Pet Show at 4;00pm. Classic Hits 92.5 KVPI will be there.

Early Voting Totals are less than last year's numbers

Early Voting Ends

October 18, 2015

 

      Early voting for the October 24 election ended Saturday at the Evangeline Parish Registrar of Voter’s Office.

       Registrar of Voters Lucas Buller reported to KVPI News that a total of 1832 people voted between October 17-17. The number does not include voting by mail. Among the offices up for election is a sheriff’s race, several police jury races and a governor’s race. The number is about half of the number of people who voted a year ago in 2014 in which there were two open judge’s races along with a U.S. Senator’s race. Last year there were 2913 people who voted early.  

    That number was still much less than the  2008 Presidential election in which President Obama was first elected along with a third try for a school board tax. That was a record number in which 3833 people voted early according to Buller.

2015 Cotton Festival Schedule

COTTON FESTIVAL SCHEDULE

OCTOBER 18, 2015

 

    The 62nd Annual Louisiana Cotton Festival kicks off tonight and runs all the way through Sunday at the civic center grounds in Ville Platte.

     Tonight (Monday)  at 6:30 it is the Contredanse (French Square Dance) and the Crowning of the King and Queen of Heritage Manor Nursing Home. Admission $5 adults and $2 for children. KVPI FM will be there for the broadcast of the event.

    Tuesday at 3:30pm, it is the 4-H Cotton Food Fest inside the civic center with judging beginning at 4;00pm and at  4:00pm, it is the 4-H Cotton Picking Pet Show in the Civic Center Pavilion. KVPI FM with Becky and Emily will be there broadcasting live for the Pet show at 4:00pm.

    Wednesday and Thursday- Carnival Bracelet Hours from 5-10pm.

     Friday- Only day where there is an admission charge for the fairgrounds $6 adults and children 13 and up and $2 for kids 12 and under. 1-5pm- Carnival bracelet hours; Street Dance- 6:0pm- Ashton Dupre; 8:00pm- Chubby Carrier and 90 Degrees West- 90 Degrees West.

   Saturday- Bracelet Hours at carnival from 1-5pm; 5:30pm- Coronation of the new Cotton Festival Queen to replace Queen Cotton Karlee Farris and the crowning of the Cotton Festival King- Troy Hebert, Commissioner of Alcohol and Tobacco Control. Col. Cotton-Brenda Saucier; Angie Rozas- Grand Parade Marshal. Admission $5 per person at the civic center.

   Sunday- 8:30am- Cotton Harvest Mass at Our Lady Queen of All Saints; 12 Noon- Grand Parade of Cotton starting at Citizens Bank to Sacred Heart on Main Street; 1-5pm- Bracelet Day at Carnival; 2;00pm- Running of the Tournoi at Industrial Park. Admission $5. Classic Hits 92.5 KVPI with Stephanie and Carly will be broadcasting the Tournoi live.

Experience Louisiana Festival Big Success

EXPERIENCE LOUISIANA FESTIVAL

OCTOBER 18, 2015

 

    The weather was perfect for the start of the all new Experience Louisiana festival on the campus of LSU Eunice Saturday and again Sunday. The event was sponsored by the Eunice Rotary Club as a fund raiser for LSU Eunice whose state funding has been drastically reduced.  The crowds of people gathered on the huge campus and enjoyed the foods, live music and dozens of booths of crafts men.

   The Classic Hits 92.5 KVPI road crew, Steph and Mark, were there covering the event with a live remote broadcast and we sold red beans and rice. We also sold our brand new KVPI T shirts and La Tasse de café mugs. We got to see and meet with our many Eunice area listeners who came by and visited our broadcast booth.

   There was live Cajun and Zydeco music on the main bandstand and a large dance stage. Crafts men were showing demonstrations on black smithing and many other crafts. There was a large classic car show organized by John R., Young.

   From all indications, it was a huge success.

Local Meat Markets Honored in Boudin Cook Off

BOUDIN COOKOFF

OCTOBER 18, 2015

 

    The annual Boudin Cook Off was held Saturday at Parc San Souci in Lafayette and two Evangeline Parish business won top honors at the event.

    The coveted “People’s Choice” award where the public votes ont heir favorite boudin gave the honors for the fifth year in a row to T-Boy’s Meat Market in Mamou. Coming in second was Menard’s Cajun Grocery in Duson.

   Entering for the first time, Teet’s Food Store in Ville Platte won First Place honors ; Second Place-Janice’s Supermarket in Sunset and Third Place- Menard’s Cajun Grocery in Duson.

   Congratulations to our local businesses for doing well in the competition.

Local High School Football Scores - Week of October 12th

Local High School Football Scores - Week of October 12th

 

 

Thursday, October 15th

 

-Basile 33, Westminister Christian 13 (KVPI Game of the Week)

 

-Church Point 41, Pine Prairie 13

 

 

 

Friday, October 16th

 

-Eunice 56, Northwest 25

 

-Kinder 57, Mamou 20

 

-Loreauville 38, Sacred Heart-Ville Platte 7 (KVPI Game of the Week)

 

-Nothside 30, Opelousas 0

 

-Oakdale 47, Rosepine 0

 

-Opelousas Catholic 27, Delcambre 0

 

-Pickering 28, Bunkie 24

 

-Ville Platte 6, Port Barre 0

 

*Scores come from the Associated Press (AP). If scores are incorrect or you have scores from teams you feel should be included, please comment and we will see about updating this page accordingly.

 

Eunice Man killed in Evangeline Parish Traffic Mishap

Speed Suspected to be a Factor in Crash that Killed Unrestrained 19 Year Old in Evangeline Parish

                                                                          

Evangeline Parish – At approximately 10:00 am on October 15, 2015, Troopers from Louisiana State Police Troop I began investigating a single vehicle fatality crash that occurred on LA 104 at mile post 5 near the Allen Parish line in Evangeline Parish. The crash took the life of 19 year old Ryan Lee of Eunice, LA.

The initial investigation by State Police revealed that the crash occurred as Lee was traveling westbound on LA 104 in a 2000 Ford Ranger at a high rate of speed.  Lee failed to negotiate a right hand curve and ran off the left side of the roadway.  Lee’s vehicle came to rest after striking several trees on the eastbound side of the roadway.

Lee was unrestrained at the time of the crash and suffered fatal injuries.  Lee was pronounced deceased at the scene by the Evangeline Parish Coroner’s Office.  It is unknown if impairment is a factor in this crash but a toxicology sample will be taken from Lee for analysis. 

Louisiana State Troopers would like to remind motorists about the importance of seat belt use.  Wearing your seat belt is the single most important thing you can do to protect yourself in a crash.  Statistics show that the chances of surviving a crash rise significantly when properly restrained.  Remember, all occupants of a motor vehicle must be restrained, regardless of seating position.

Opelousas Light House Food Drive Was a Success

OPELOUSAS LIGHT MISSION FOOD DRIVE BIG SUCCESS

OCTOBER 14, 2015

 

    The annual Hunters for the Hungry food drive for the benefit of the Opelousas Lighthouse Mission was a big success, according to spokesman Mike Fontenot.

    This year the food drive expanded to the Ville Platte area with Teet’s Food Store, being the local drop off collection point. The drive collected 700 pounds of frozen food at the Ville Platte location. They are very pleased with the food collected for the first time.

    The food drive overall collected 10,000 pounds of food which is the best the mission has ever collected. He would like to thank Chris and Luke Deville at Teet’s Food store for their assistance and to everyone who donated locally for the food drive.

Ville Platte City Council - October 13, 2015

The Ville Platte City Council

October 13, 2015

The Ville Platte City Council held its monthly meeting tonight at Ville Platte City Hall.  Special Recognition was shown to the Louisiana Rockets Basketball Team for winning the 9th grade National Championship.  Mayor Jennifer Vidrine presented the players and coach with special awards.

 

Gervis LaFleur with the Evangeline Action Agency spoke to the council and the Mayor about trying to get residents to clean up the City of Ville Platte.  He asked each councilman to be responsible for getting his district cleaned up and getting word to the residents to please get solid trash cans with lids so animals cannot get to the trash and scatter it.  He asked for everyone in the City to work together. 

 

John Deville with The Cajun Catfish Steakhouse addressed the City Council and made a donation to the Boys & Girls Club in the amount of $500.00.  Daniel Young was recognized for receiving a certification to be promoted inside the Sewer Department; and Fred Freeman with Section 8 will now take over as Director.

 

The Mayor announced she has been traveling to other districts to look at newer fire stations and trucks.  She stated that Ville Platte is in need of a new latter truck and they don’t come cheap.  They are approximately $700,000.00.  She also was very happy to report that they have finally gained approval from the State Fire Marshall for the new Boys & Girls Club.  They target date for opening will be June 1st of 2016 with registration to take place in April or May.

 

During the Month of September, Ville Platte Police responded to a total of 493 calls for assistance which required 136 reports, 47 misdemeanor arrests and 18 felony arrests with 31 citations and 41 motor vehicle accidents.  The Police Department hired Joshua Bordelon as a new full-time officer and Floyd Tassin as a new part-time officer.

Rotary Club hears from Steve Williams with Union Tank

VILLE PLATTE ROTARY CLUB MEETING

OCTOBER 13, 2015

 

    The Ville Platte Rotary Club today (Tuesday) heard from Steve Williams Plant Manager at Union Tank Car Company explain the benefits of R.O.T.C. in paying your college education.

   Williams, who is retired from the Air Force, shared his personal story of how going through R.O.T.C., he was able to pay his tuition. Right now, enrolling in the program, it will pay four years of college with a seven year payback: four years of active duty and three years of Air Force reserve.

     The Air Force also offers Tuition Assistance where the Air Force will pay tuition while you’re on active duty.

     Another program being offered to veterans is called the Post 9-1-1 G.I. Bill approved by Congress. This benefit offered to veterans since 9-1-1 will pay four years of tuition, books and living expenses.

    In other business, Rotary Club President Mitch Fontenot reminded club members of the Fellowship program next Tuesday night at 6;00pm at the Cazan Lodge. There will be no noon meeting next week.

   Also club members along with Interact students will meet Saturday from 9-12 noon to help clean up at the Native Plant Heritage Garden Walking Trail .

New Tournoi Royalty Chosen Saturday Night

     The annual Louisiana Tournoi Association Pageant was held Saturday night at the Ville Platte Civic Center. Selected as new Tournoi Queen is Bethany Renee Thibodeaux of Eunice. She replaces outgoing Queen Shelby LaBuff. Chosen as new Jr. Queen is Megan Miller also of Eunice. She replaces outgoing Jr. Queen Kaylee Ross. There was no new Teen Queen. Last year’s Teen Queen was Darrelyn Lachney.

     The new queens will be reign over the running of the Tournoi October 25 at 2:00pm at the Industrial Park and at many Cotton Festival events.

Local High School Football Scores - Week of October 5th

Local High School Football Scores - Week of October 5th

 

 

Thursday October 8th

 

-Basile 34, North Central 0

 

-Carencro 69, Opelousas 8

 

-Pickering 35, Oakdale 14

 

 

 

Friday, October 9th

 

-Church Point 43, Port Barre 6

 

-Eunice 34, Ville Platte 0

 

-Lake Arthur 40, Mamou 8

 

-Many 20, Bunkie 10

 

-Northwest 27, Pine Prairie 12

 

-Notre Dame 61, Sacred Heart-Ville Platte 0 (KVPI Game of the Week)

 

 

*Scores come from the Associated Press (AP). If scores are incorrect or you have scores from teams you feel should be included, please comment and we will see about updating this page accordingly.

U.L. Baseball Coach Speaks at Ville Platte Rotary Club Meeting

The Ville Platte Rotary Club today (Tuesday) heard from well known University of Louisiana-Lafayette Baseball Coach Tony Robichaux.

       Coach Robichaux who has gotten more than 1000 victories in his career, explained to member of the rotary club how difficult it is for a team in Division One baseball to start as one of 307 teams to make it to the World Series where 8 teams are invited in Omaha. Last year, UL made it to the Super Regional with LSU, one tournament away from making it to the World Series.

     He also shared how difficult it is to convince young players to stay in college rather than for the allure and promise of the major league. He said recruiters will offer the young players a signing bonus which is very tempting to skip college. The bonus money tempts many young players however only about three percent  recruited actually play in the major leagues. Most stay in the minor league making only $1100 a month and not playing six months out of the year.

     Coach Robichaux was the special guest of Rotarian Dr. Joey Soileau.

     In other business, Club President Mitch Fontenot reminded Rotarians that a fellowship gathering is set for October 20 at the Cazan Lodge.

Find Classic Hits 92.5 KVPI on Facebook, Twitter, and now Instagram!

You have been able to check our Facebook page for news, sports, giveaways, and so much more. We now have a brand new Twitter page to go with that and we hope you follow us there. Classic Hits 92.5 KVPI continues to move on up as we have just opened up our very own Instagram account. We hope to see you on social media soon!

 

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Local High School Football Scores - Week of September 28th

Local High School Football Scores - Week of September 28th

 

 

Thursday, October 1st

 

-Opelousas Catholic 35, Sacred Heart 0 (KVPI Game of the Week)

 

-Oakdale 54, Mamou 0

 

 

 

Friday October 2nd

 

-Bunkie 31, Montgomery 8

 

-Eunice 19, Rayne 7

 

-Franklinton 57, Church Point 12

 

-Ville Platte 13, Opelousas 7 (KVPI Game of the Week)

 

-Port Barre 18, Basile 7

 

*Scores come from the Associated Press (AP). If scores are incorrect or you have scores from teams you feel should be included, please comment and we will see about updating this page accordingly. 

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