Crowley residents were awakened Sunday morning, when a strong thunderstorm system passed through the area leaving a path of destruction in it’s wake.
PINEVILLE – As part of Cleco’s approved sale earlier this year, customers are set for a bill credit beginning in July. It is then that the electric utility will give its customers a $475 credit that will likely cover several months of free electricity for the average customer.
While the Acadia Parish School Board is always excited to congratulate its students, Monday night it had an opportunity to thank and applaud several of its educators.

Sisters of A&O present ‘Rayne In Pink’

A large crowd was in attendance for the balloon release held at the Depot Square for the 4th Annual “Rayne In Pink” events and program. Following the balloon release, participants marched to the Civic Center Green Room where the annual 2015 Fun Day was held. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Josie Henry)

The Sisters of A&O 21st Century Club hosted their 4th Annual “Rayne In Pink,” a breast cancer awareness march and fun day held for the entire c

Miss Merry Christmas, Master Noel

Gamma Kappa Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi and the City of Rayne, sponsors of the annual Little Miss Merry Christmas and Master Noel Contest, have annou

2nd Farmer's Market This Weekend In Rayne

The city of Rayne and the Rayne Chamber of Commerce will host the second Rayne Farmer’s Market this weekend on Saturday, Nov. 14, between 7 a.m.

Parish pipeline ordinance on chopping block

A controversial ordinance that mandates public hearings for pipeline companies crossing Acadia Parish and fines those companies if such hearings ar

Trosclair earns national honor

Irma Trosclair
Principal
South Crowley Elementary

The turnaround at South Crowley in the past few years is getting another national honor, this time, with Principal Irma Trosclair being named one of seven national winners of the Terrel H. Bell Award for Outstanding School Leadership.

Crime Stoppers: Police seeking information in trailer theft

Crime Stoppers of Acadia Parish needs your help to solve a crime.
The Crowley Police Department is investigating the theft of a black 10-foot utility trailer that occurred in the 300 block of West Walnut Street on Sept. 30 or Oct. 1. The trailer has a rear drop gate and a bent tongue jack.

Still time to see the Acadia Players’ ‘Salem’s Daughter’

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Type Cast members in the Acadia Players’ current production, “Salem’s Daughter,” include, seated from left, Lily Mire (Jennie), Amanda Caldwell (Jennifer), Ashley Turner (Dottie), Hannah Thibodeaux (Marci), Maddie Fulton (Toni); standing, Zack Thibodeaux (Corey), Louis Mire (Mike), Olivia Doucet (Sarah Brooks, Sarah, Detective Brent), Brock Credeur (Sam) and Lauren Babineaux (Heather).

The Acadia Players took the stage this weekend with their autumn production of “Salem’s Daughter,” a chilling tale of suspense that looks at socia

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Sports

Iota’s Teri Johnson reaches first base on an infield single Friday during the Lady Dogs’ 3-0 loss to Kaplan in a Class 3A quarterfinal contest at Sulphur’s Frasch Park. (D. Sexton)

SULPHUR -  Abbey Trahan is a name the Iota Lady Bullodgs would just as soon never hear again.

Lifestyle

Kollie and Darryl Doucet of Crowley are pleased to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Hannah Claire Doucet of Estherwood, to Devin Paul Hoffpauir of Estherwood.

Obituaries

A Mass of Christian Burial will be held Wednesday, May 4, at 11 a.m. at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Iota for Ronnie “Bert” Bertrand, 54, who died Monday, May 2, 2016, at 5 a.m. in Egan.

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