From left, Gerald Dill, Rotary Club of Crowley program organizer for Tuesday’s meeting, and President Mary Zaunbrecher, welcomed Notre Dame coach Lewis Cook and defensive coordinator James McCleary to talk about the school’s usage of Hudl.com.

If two history lessons weren’t enough, the Rotary Club of Crowley headed back to high school Tuesday to see how things have changed for prep football.
The outside lane of Louisiana Highway 13 at Forest Drive will be closed Sept. 30 due to road repairs along Forest Drive.

Selected as the 2014 Crowley High School Homecoming Court were, front row from left, Katelyn Richard, 2014 Football Sweetheart Hannah Abshire, Madison LeJeune; back row, Kelsey Milson, Dana’ Plummer, Nicole Taylor, Teara Breaux, Madelynn LeBouef, Melaina Doughty, and Bailee Villejoin. The court will be announced and the 2014 queen crowned during halftime of the Gents’ game against the Opelousas Tigers at Gardiner Memorial Stadium, Friday, Oct. 3, at 7 p.m.

Crowley High School will celebrate Homecoming 2014 with the theme “Ladies and Gents: Greater Than Gatsby.” CHS students will celebrate the week with class spirit competitions and dress-up days. 

From left, Gerald Dill, Rotary Club of Crowley program organizer for Tuesday’s meeting, and President Mary Zaunbrecher, welcomed Notre Dame coach Lewis Cook and defensive coordinator James McCleary to talk about the school’s usage of Hudl.com.

Selected as the 2014 Crowley High School Homecoming Court were, front row from left, Katelyn Richard, 2014 Football Sweetheart Hannah Abshire, Madison LeJeune; back row, Kelsey Milson, Dana’ Plummer, Nicole Taylor, Teara Breaux, Madelynn LeBouef, Melaina Doughty, and Bailee Villejoin. The court will be announced and the 2014 queen crowned during halftime of the Gents’ game against the Opelousas Tigers at Gardiner Memorial Stadium, Friday, Oct. 3, at 7 p.m.

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Residents urged to take precautions

Caroline Kennedy, Gracie Young and Trinity Young munch on snow cones as the heat index in Crowley approached 100 degrees Monday.

It’s no secret that summers in south Louisiana are unforgiving. 

Crowns donated as Crowley pageants near

Ahead of the final month of her reign, Miss Crowley 2013, Allison Hoffpauir, dresses a table full of photos and more memories from her 2013-14 reign. The table, along with others created by Teen Miss and Junior Miss Crowley, will be on display at City Hall during the month of July. The 2014 Miss Crowley pageants will be held July 26, and the final day to register to compete is Tuesday, July 1. Those interested can register at Crowley City Hall from noon until 5 p.m. Tuesday.

The Crowley Professional Women’s Club recently accepted donations of the crowns for the 2014 Miss, Teen Miss and Junior Miss Crowley Queens.

Guidry named 2014 Lion of the Year

2014 LION OF THE YEAR honors were presented to Michael Guidry, left, by Daniel Simoneaux, chairman of the selection committee during the installation banquet of the Rayne club Thursday night.

Michael Guidry, the 2014 recipient of the Rayne Lions Club “Lion of the Year” Award was described as a member “who shows up whenever asked” to work on club projects and events, reported Daniel Simo

New officers installed, Rotarians of the Year named at banquet

Past District 6200 Gov. Clarence Prudhomme, far left, installed the 2014-15 officers and directors at the club’s installation banquet Tuesday night. They were, from left, President-Elect Pat Miers, Secretary Melinda Malmay, Treasurer Troy Breaux, Debbie Spallino (who will be helping out with treasurer duties this year) and Directors Kirk Schexnider, Becky Lamm, Jill Signorelli and Suzy Webb. (Photo by JC Webb)

As the evening drew to a close, the night’s biggest honor – Rotarian of the Year – was still awaited.

Weather doesn’t dampen interest in 2014 Rice Field Day

A group of farmers, rice industry personnel and Rice Research Station personnel gather to await the beginning of Rice Field Day activities Wednesday. The annual event showcases the advances in rice farming as well as provides useful information across the field concerning the industry, legislation and more.

With light rain falling here and there, you might expect the turnout for the 2014 Rice Field Day at the LSU AgCenter Rice Research Station.

Break in burglaries case

Jarius Watson and a 16-year-old juvenile were arrested Saturday in connection with the burglary-string in the Historic District area of Crowley.

Alert citizens along with a quick action of the responding officer have led to the break in a string of residential burglaries in east Crowley over the past weekend. 

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Notre Dame's Lance Bertrand gets taken down from behind by a Breaux Bridge defender during a recent game. (Photo by Jason Faul)

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THE POST-SIGNAL / Danette Bourque
Crowley High School’s 2014 Homecoming Court was treated to an afternoon Mother-Daughter Tea, hosted by Myrtle Cain in the school’s F.A.C.S. department, Sunday, Sept. 21. Attending the event were court members, seated from left, Bailee Villejoin, Dana’ Plummer, Teara Breaux, Madelynn LeBouef, Melaina Doughty, Katelyn Richard, Nicole Taylor, Hannah Abshire (2014 Football Sweetheart), Kelsey Milson and Madison LeJeune; and mothers, standing, Kim Villejoin, Shadonda Plummer, Sheila Augustus, Ali Leleux, Raschelle Elkins, Dena Richard, Missy Taylor, Wanda Abshire, Jessica Arvie and Natalie LeJeune. Homecoming festivities will be held all week at the school, culminating Friday night with the crowning of the 2014 Homecoming Queen at the Gents’ game against the Opelousas Tigers at Gardiner Memorial Stadium, Friday, Oct. 3, at 7 p.m.

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A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Saturday, October 4, 2014 at 10:30 a.m. at Our Mother of Mercy Catholic Church in Rayne for Allyson E.

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