Acadia Parish 4-H agents Kayla Haydel, left in both photos, and Megan Sarver, right in both, presented awards recognizing two individuals in the opening of the 2015 Acadia Parish Achievement Day. In the left photo, center, Julie Hebert, is presented a gift for being named the 2015 honoree. In the right photo, center, Ethan Breaux was presented a frame copy of his winning program cover design entry.

Julie Hebert will be the first to tell you she is a fan of quotes and sayings. So, there was no better time to pull her 4-H-related quotes out of the bag than Friday morning when she was recognized as the 2015 Acadia Parish 4-H Achievement Day honoree.

Ross Elementary first graders show off “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People,” the basis of the Leader in Me program which students, faculty and staff have all taken to at Ross Elementary.

A first grader calls to attention her fellow classmates with one simple word. “Class?” “Yes?” they respond in unison.
A two-vehicle accident Wednesday morning cause delays on I-10 just east of Rayne for westbound traffic. Rayne Police and Rayne Fire and Rescue were called to the accident that has traffic blocked. Injuries have been reported. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Lisa Soileaux)

Acadia Parish 4-H agents Kayla Haydel, left in both photos, and Megan Sarver, right in both, presented awards recognizing two individuals in the opening of the 2015 Acadia Parish Achievement Day. In the left photo, center, Julie Hebert, is presented a gift for being named the 2015 honoree. In the right photo, center, Ethan Breaux was presented a frame copy of his winning program cover design entry.

Ross Elementary first graders show off “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People,” the basis of the Leader in Me program which students, faculty and staff have all taken to at Ross Elementary.

John discusses oil, gas industry

Speaking to the Rotary Club of Crowley Louisiana Mid-Continent Oil and Gas Association President Chris John discussed the good and bad news facing the oil and gas industry locally, as well as nationally and internationally.

Speaking to the Rotary Club of Crowley Tuesday, Chris John referenced “A Tale of Two Cities” when discussing the oil and gas industry.

Hard freeze expected by mid-week

The line of showers and thunderstorms that drenched Acadia Parish Friday night and Saturday moved out of the area Satur

Guidry in custody

Damien Guidry, who has been sought by the Crowley Police Department for home invasion and attempted murder, was arrested in Jeff Davis P

Anonymous donors provide 28 families with Christmas gifts

CHRISTMAS GIFTS, provided by donors who wish to remain anonymous, filled two rooms in City Hall as Suzette Leonards, right, assisted by her son, Seth, center and his friend, Noah Daigle, organized toys which were destined to brighten Christmas for 28 needy families in Rayne. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Paul Kedinger)

Twenty-eight local families will have a bright Christmas this year due to the generosity of people who wish to be anonymous, notes Suzette Leonards

Nita McCall wins $750 holiday shopping spree

CHRISTMAS CASH WINNER Nita McCall, left, receives $750 in gift certificates provided by local merchants from Tribune Advertising representative Josie Henry on Monday, Dec. 22. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Lisa Soileaux)

Nita McCall’s entry was declared the winner of a $750 holiday shopping spree sponsored by the Rayne Acadian-Tribune and local merchants.

Second Chance Paws continues to grow in 5th year

Rotary Club of Crowley program organizer Dana Huval, far left, and Secretary Melinda Malmay, far right, welcomed, from left, Gail Lormand and Angie Foreman from Second Chance Paws to their meeting this week.

Since forming in 2009, there are probably a great deal of dogs running around Acadiana that have Second Chance Paws to thank for their l

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CROWLEY - The Northside Christian Warriors had Class 3A Patterson on the ropes early in the two teams’ game Monday evening at Miller Stadium.

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Zachary Landry, assistant administrator of Acadia General Hospital, far left, presented medals for 1,500 hours of volunteer service to, from right, Pink Ladies Leora Amy and Babs Simon.

 

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Rayne, LA - Funeral services for Gussie Marie Richard, 100, of Rayne will be held on Sunday, April 26, 2015 at 2:00 P.M. in Gossen Funeral Home Chapel. Father Kendal Faulk will officiate.

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