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  • 15 hours ago by KQKI 95.3 FM

    KQKI 95.3 FM
    The St. Mary Parish Public Works Department announces that the Harold J. “Babe” Landry Landfill located in Berwick and the West End Solid Waste Pick Up Station located in Franklin will be closed as follows for the Fourth of July Holiday:
    Fourth of July Holiday
    Monday, July 4, 2016
    Close At Noon
    Both locations will resume regular operating hours at all other times. If you should have any questions, please contact the St. Mary Parish Public Works Department or either of the above mentioned facilities.
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  • 3 days ago by KQKI 95.3 FM

    KQKI 95.3 FM
    Join Belinda Mac today from 3 until 6 pm for the Cajun Style Weekend Kickoff! Belinda will be playing all of your South Louisiana Favorites to get your weekend started right! The Cajun Style Weekend Kickoff is presented by Barbera Chevrolet, Inc.!
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  • 3 days ago by KQKI 95.3 FM

    KQKI 95.3 FM
    Sheriff Hebert Encourages Safe and Responsible Use of Fireworks
    The St. Mary Parish Council recently approved and enacted a new parish ordinance regulating the use of fireworks in the unincorporated areas of the parish. The new parish law allows certain fireworks to be sold and set off during certain times of the year. According to the ordinance, “Fireworks may be used, set off or shot from June 25 to July 5 and from December 15 to January 1 from the hours of 8:00 am to 10:00 pm. Additional hours of fireworks use will be allowed from 10:00 pm on July 4 to 1:00 am July 5, and from 10:00 pm December 24 to 1:00 am December 25 and from 10:00 pm December 31 to 1:00 am January 1.”
    However, some fireworks remain prohibited. The ordinance lists the following types of fireworks that are still off-limits even with the new ordinance in effect:
    - Cherry bombs
    - Tubular salutes
    - Two inch American salutes
    - Firecrackers with casings the external dimensions of which exceed 1½ inches in length or one-fourth of an inch in diameter
    - Repeating bombs
    - Aerial bombs
    - Torpedoes which exceed three-eighths of an inch in diameter
    - Roman candles larger than ten balls
    - Sky rockets larger than six ounces
    The new ordinance also prohibits igniting fireworks within 1,000 feet of a church, hospital, school, or public building.
    The St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Office offers these safety tips from the National Council on Fireworks Safety for the responsible use of fireworks this Independence Day holiday:
    - Do not consume alcohol prior to or during the handling of fireworks.
    - Designate a responsible adult to supervise all firework activities for your family. Never give fireworks to children.
    - Read the cautionary labels and performance descriptions before igniting.
    - Always have a bucket of water and a water hose that is turned on and ready to go nearby.
    - Wear safety glasses when shooting fireworks.
    - Light one firework at a time and then quickly move away.
    - Only use fireworks outdoors in a clear area; away from buildings and vehicles.
    - Never relight a “dud” firework. Wait 20 minutes and then soak it in a bucket of water.
    - Never carry fireworks in your pocket or shoot them into metal or glass containers.
    - Do not experiment with homemade or attempt to alter or modify fireworks. Use fireworks only in the manner for which they were intended.
    - Dispose of spent fireworks by wetting them down and place in a metal trash can away from any building or combustible materials until the next day.
    3 days ago Nancy Kinslow
    Could they print a map of where it is acceptable? It would probably be an extremely limited area.
    3 days ago Joey Ratcliff
    Too many damn rules!! Other Parishes never have problems with fireworks and why does St. Mary Parish wanta be such pansies!!
    3 days ago Floyd LeBlanc
    Really They might as well legalize because they were poping them anyway and law enforce did nothing about it. You think they will follow the rules? I don't think so but law enforcement will still not do any thing about enforcing the law.
  • 3 days ago by KQKI 95.3 FM

    KQKI 95.3 FM
    Listen to KQKI 95.3 FM, anytime and anywhere at, via the TuneIn App and on the all new KQKI app for iPhone & Android! Our live streaming is sponsored by Lirette Ford Lincoln of Morgan City.
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  • 3 days ago by KQKI 95.3 FM

    KQKI 95.3 FM
    Join Mac Bruno today from 11 am until Noon for the All Request Country Buffet featuring your Country favorites from yesterday and today! Give Mac a call with your requests and dedications at 985-395-9536.
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  • 6 days ago by KQKI 95.3 FM

    KQKI 95.3 FM
    It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of William "Matthew" Boyne, the 22 year old son of KQKI General Manager, Julie Boyne, and her husband Doody. Please keep Matthew's family and friends in your thoughts and prayers. “Fly High Matt….and be forever young….”
    11-01-1993 – 06-17-2016
    William Matthew Boyne left his legacy at the young age of 22 years old on Friday, June 17, 2016. ‘’Matt Matt,’’ as he was lovingly called, lived a brave and adventurous life in those 22 years. At the drop of a hat he was known to turn even the most mundane week night into one to be remembered just by being the brightest light in the room. If you were lucky enough to be a part of his world, you knew Matt would literally give you the shirt off his back. He loved and gave with all his heart to everyone he met. Matt’s life would seem too short to many, but those who were touched by him, understood that the quality of existence far exceed the quantity of time in which one lives.
    Matthew was born November 1, 1993 in Alexandria, Louisiana, to Edward “Doody” and Julie Boyne. He was a resident of Patterson, La. He graduated from Patterson High School in 2012.
    Matt is survived by his parents, Doody and Julie Boyne of Patterson; brother, Mike Boyne and his wife Stephanie of Lafayette; sisters, Kelly Richter of Dallas Tx, Kitrena Spivey of Lafayette and Tiffany Summers of Lafayette. He was “Uncle Matt Matt” to McKenzie, Marley, Jackson, Parker, Daschel, Katherine and Baylin, all of whom he loved with all his heart. He is also survived by uncles, Larry Hobbs, Michael (Gail) Boyne and Shine Boyne; aunts, Linda (Jim) Oakley, Nanny- Helen (Henry) LaFleur, Brenda Green, Catherine (Abner) Tabor, Arlene (Jim) McKinney, and Marlene Boyne. He is also survived by his Parrain, Scott Green, and numerous cousins and friends that he considered family. He also leaves behind his fur brother and sister, Bear and Baby Girl, as well as his fur nephew, Pike.
    He was preceded in death by his Paternal Grandparents, H.P. Boyne and Ruby Boyne; his Maternal Grandparents, Barney and Fannie Hobbs; Aunt Kathy Hobbs Sewall; and Uncle Dwight Boyne.
    Visitation will be held at Twin City Funeral Home on Wednesday June 22 from 5pm –10pm with a service at 7pm. Following his wishes, Matthew will be cremated.
    “Fly High Matt….and be forever young….”

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    6 days ago Lilly Trosclair Richard
    6 days ago Markie Guidry
    fly high matt. I miss you
    6 days ago Tammy Louise
    Prayers 🙏
    6 days ago Jennifer Vicknair
    So tragic, my thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends.
    6 days ago Deborah Holt
    Prayers sent
    6 days ago Karen DiMaggio
    So sorry to hear of your loss Doody. Prayers for you parents and family.
    6 days ago Amanda Naquin
    My heart and prayers goes out too his Mom , family and friends. I will forever remember the blonde curly hair boy who had all the young girls crying over him at my daughter's birthday party. The sleepovers at my house. Our lives changed the first day we met him and even now as we say good bye. Rise high till we all meet again.
    6 days ago Karen Lewis Melancon
    Deepest sympathy from our family
    6 days ago Lisa Meaux
    So sad. Sending our love to heaven and condolence to his family.
    6 days ago Victoria Smith
    So sad fly high matt
  • 6 days ago by KQKI 95.3 FM

    KQKI 95.3 FM
    The juvenile, Hailey Saucier of Garden City, who was reported missing on Monday has been found safe and unharmed. Please see original post from Monday for more information.
    5 days ago Kelly Domangue Marsh
    Thank god
    6 days ago Angela Boudreaux Punch
    Thank God!!!!
  • 6 days ago by KQKI 95.3 FM

    KQKI 95.3 FM
    Join Mac Bruno now until Noon for the All Request Country Buffet featuring your Country favorites from yesterday and today! Give Mac a call with your requests and dedications at 985-395-9536.
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  • 1 week ago by KQKI 95.3 FM

    KQKI 95.3 FM
    Garden Bros Circus is coming to Morgan City this Sunday with shows at 1:00, 3:30 & 6:00 pm at the Municipal Auditorium; and KQKI is giving you several chances to win free tickets! Be listening this week for your chance to win a family four pack of tickets during the morning show with Mac Bruno! Visit for circus info!
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  • 1 week ago by KQKI 95.3 FM

    KQKI 95.3 FM
    UPDATE: The juvenile has been found safe and unharmed.
    Detectives Seeking Information on Whereabouts of Juvenile
    The St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Office received a report of a runaway juvenile at 9:00 am this morning, June 20, 2016. 16-year-old Hailey Saucier from the Garden City area was last seen at approximately 10:30 pm last night, June 19, 2016. Saucier is described as 5’5” weighing 180 lbs with brown eyes and black and purple hair. She was last seen wearing an LSU shirt and black shorts. Detectives are currently working to locate the teen. Anyone with information on Saucier’s whereabouts is asked to contact the St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Office or their local law enforcement agency. The Sheriff’s Office can be reached at 985-384-1622 or 337-828-1960.
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  • 1 week ago by KQKI 95.3 FM

    KQKI 95.3 FM
    Gray, LA – Troopers have made an arrest in the hit and run fatality crash that took the life of William Boyne this past Friday Evening. With help from the public and investigative methods, Troopers were able to develop a suspect in Chauvin, LA. Troopers located a green 1997 Ford F-150 and the driver at the time of the crash, Darrell Barlow, 52 year old of Chauvin, LA. Barlow was arrested and transported to the Terrebonne Parish Criminal Justice Center and booked into the facility on charges of Vehicular Homicide, Felony Hit and Run, Improper Lane Usage, and Obstruction of Justice.
    Original Release – Troopers from Louisiana State Police Troop C are asking for the public’s assistance in investigating a fatal hit and run crash involving a pedestrian. The crash occurred shortly before 10:00 pm on Friday June 17, 2016 on LA 56 south of the Chauvin Bridge. The crash took the life of 22 year-old William Boyne of Patterson, LA.
    The preliminary investigation revealed Boyne was walking north on the northbound shoulder of LA 56. The suspect vehicle was traveling northbound on LA 56, crossed the fog line, and struck Boyne. He sustained fatal injuries and was pronounced deceased by the Terrebonne Parish Coroner’s Office.
    The suspect vehicle was described as a late 1990’s to early 2000’s green Ford F-150. It should have damage to the passenger side headlight area and may have a metal “Headache” rack covering the rear window. The vehicle was last seen traveling north on LA 56.
    Anyone with information pertaining to the suspect or suspect vehicle is asked to call the Louisiana State Police Troop C at 985-857-3680. Callers will remain anonymous.
    1 week ago Robin Aucoin
    Wish St mary sheriff would follow you lead and convict the person that killed Bobby Beard
    1 week ago Melissa Missy Kendrick Wood
    Thank you Lord!!!
    1 week ago Tacy Placker Gautreaux
    Briana Muschweck
  • 1 week ago by KQKI 95.3 FM

    KQKI 95.3 FM
    We would once again like to congratulate our 2016 Father's Day winner, John Jones, who was nominated by his daughter, Kayla! Thanks to everyone for all of your entries.
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    1 week ago John Jones
    Thanks again KQKI, the prizes are awesome.
  • 1 week ago by KQKI 95.3 FM

    KQKI 95.3 FM
    Chitimacha Tribal Chairman Arrested in Casino Theft Scheme
    St. Mary Parish - In January 2016, the Louisiana State Police Indian Gaming Unit (Cypress Bayou Field Office) received a criminal complaint regarding the Cypress Bayou Casino’s General Manager Anthony Patrone and Chief Financial Officer Montie Spivey. The complaint also involved Chitimacha Tribal Chairman O’Neal Darden, Jr.
    The complaint alleged the manipulation of the casino’s employee and payroll databases that resulted in Darden receiving a several thousand dollar annual bonus that he was not entitled to. The scheme was facilitated by Patrone and Spivey. They instructed the casino’s Human Resource Department to reactivate Darden, who was no longer an employee of the casino, in the employee database to give the appearance that he qualified for an annual bonus. Once Darden was shown as an active employee in the database, Patrone and Spivey directed the Accounting Department to electronically transfer the bonus money into Darden’s personal checking account.
    A follow-up investigation by State Police Investigators resulted in the arrests of both Patrone and Spivey on the charges of Felony Theft, Computer Fraud, and Obstruction of Justice. Patrone and Spivey were both booked into the St. Mary Parish Detention Facility in February 2016. Additionally, an arrest warrant was secured for Darden on the charge of Felony Theft. Darden's arrest was postponed due to the Tribal-State Compact procedural requirements pertaining to arresting enrolled Tribal members.
    In subsequent discussions with the U.S. Attorney's Office and the Chitimacha Tribe, it was decided that the state would effectuate the arrest and prosecution of Darden. In a collaborative agreement between State Police and the Chitimacha Tribe, Darden self-surrendered himself to State Police Investigators on June 20, 2016, and was booked on Felony Theft charges at the St. Mary Parish Detention Facility.
  • 1 week ago by KQKI 95.3 FM

    KQKI 95.3 FM
    Fire fighters are currently on the scene of a mobile home fire on Mars Road in Bayou Vista.
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    1 week ago Rebecca Ballard Easley
    Near Saturn
    1 week ago Kayrisha Freyoux
    Praying no one is home
    1 week ago Jeanne Olds McCloy
    Prayers that everyone is safe.
    1 week ago Jessica Taylor
    Theresa DuBois Taylor
    1 week ago Ann Delaune
    Prayers for them
    1 week ago Barbara T Pierce
    1 week ago Mike Leeann
    Prayers hope everyone is ok
    1 week ago Carol Giroir
    1 week ago Lisa M. Daigle
    Prayers for all involved!!!
    1 week ago Virginia Landry Moxley
    Praying everyone is ok
  • 1 week ago by KQKI 95.3 FM

    KQKI 95.3 FM
    Four Shot In Berwick
    Berwick Police Chief James Richard has confirmed to KQKI News that four individuals were shot on Sixth Street in Berwick on Friday night. Richard said a large group had gathered at the Masonic Lodge which included entertainment by a rapper from the Thibodaux area. Around 11:45, an altercation began inside the building which then moved outside, along with a large group of bystanders. Richard said at that point about 30 rounds of gunshots were fired from an unknown type of weapon, possibly a semi-automatic pistol, which resulted in four victims being shot. Two victims were transported to Lafayette General Medical Center, while two were transported to Teche Regional Medical Center. All injuries appear to be non life-threatening. One victim has since been released from the hospital while three remain hospitalized. Two of the victims have undergone surgery. The incident remains under investigation and suspects have yet to be identified. Witnesses are currently being interviewed and Richard said that it is likely the situation stems from an out of town group of rivals, as it’s possible those involved are not from Berwick. The rapper who was performing is known to have a following from Thibodaux. We will update the story as it develops. You can hear more on Monday’s editions of KQKI Local News at 7:25 am, 8 am, 12 pm & 5 pm.
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    1 week ago Dora Collie
    Way too close! Like 3 blocks awsy!!
    1 week ago Sally Veal
    Wow so sad prayers for all
    1 week ago Barry Landry
    Thanks Angela !
    1 week ago Melissa Musco
    This is getting a little close to home sad people
  • 1 week ago by KQKI 95.3 FM

    KQKI 95.3 FM
    Congratulations to our 2016 Father's Day winner, John Jones, who was nominated by his daughter, Kayla! Happy Fathers Day from the Quickie Krewe!
    1 week ago Catherine Crane
    Congrats John
    1 week ago Glenda Brownlee Bancroft
    1 week ago Glenda Brownlee Bancroft
    Cool. Auston put you in the hat too. Good kids come from good raisi6
    1 week ago Randy Stanton
    Have a good day
    1 week ago John Jones
    Thank you KQKI, This is awsome. I have not won anything before, and i would also like to thank My daughter Kayla. What a good day
  • 1 week ago by KQKI 95.3 FM

    KQKI 95.3 FM
    Update: The scene has been cleared.
    First responders are enroute to an accident on Highway 90 Eastbound in Patterson near the Patterson Truck Stop.
    1 week ago April Metrejean
    Sending prayers for all involved, including all of the first responders. 🙏
    1 week ago Bernadette Montaperto Fase
    Any updates on this?
  • 1 week ago by KQKI 95.3 FM

    KQKI 95.3 FM
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    1 week ago Peyton Gassiott
    Justin Luke better stay in the AC!
    1 week ago Dennis C. Miller
    ain't as hot as hades..ha ha
  • 1 week ago by KQKI 95.3 FM

    KQKI 95.3 FM
    Several St. Mary Parish Students and Educators were recognized during the Annual St. Mary Chamber of Commerce Education and Appreciation Night, in conjunction with the St. Mary Parish School Board and District Attorney Bo Duhe'. A $1,500 scholarship was awarded to a graduating senior from each St. Mary Parish High School and a $2,000 donation was presented to South Central Louisiana Technical College, Young Memorial Campus. The St. Mary Parish Student and Teachers of the Year were also recognized as well as the recipient of the St. Mary Arts & Humanities Scholarship Award.
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