crowley - It’s not often that a landlord reduces the rent, but that’s exactly what the Acadia Parish Police Jury will consider when it meets on Jul
A couple of zoning variances were approved during the June meeting of the Rayne Planning and Zoning Commission.
Smartphones have become the center of communications for everyone and Rayne City Court is using that technology to make it easy for citizens to han
Jimmy Broussard has worn many hats in the city of Crowley over the years; reverend of the First Presbyterian Church of Crowley, former president of the Acadia Players and, the one that gave him the desire to pursue the position he is being sworn into today, former Crowley Police Officer.
Prior to taking office, Broussard spoke about increasing patrols, hiring patrolmen and how strange it is to return to his former place of employment as the chief.
“People I used to work with pass me by in the hall and say “Hi Chief,” he said with a laugh. “I still turn around to see who’s behind me.”
Lafayette General Health is expanding medical services in Crowley by bringing in two experienced specialists to offer clinical services.
Orthopedic surgeon Paul Novakovich, M.D., and neurologist Damon Patterson, M.D., both members of the LGMD Physician Group, are now offering clinical hours in Crowley in addition to their regular practice in Lafayette. Both of their offices are located in the Acadia General Specialty Center, located at 1113 E. Northern St. in Crowley.
A Texas woman is looking for information on the Craig family and, what better place to look than in an area in which the Craigs made such a giant i
Rose Schexnider, right, was honored as the 2015-16 Rotarian of the Year during the annual installation banquet Thursday, June 23. Making the presentation to Schexnider, who also was installed as president of the Rotary Club of Rayne, is outgoing president Ken Arceneaux. (Acadian-Tribune photo by Josie Henry)
The Rotary Club of Rayne’s new president for the coming year was recognized as the hardest working Rotarian of the past year during the club’s rece
Memories of Paco’s - : Favorite memories of Paco’s Café was heard during a “history field trip” sponsored Saturday morning by local historial Tony Olinger. The event was held in the original Paco’s Café building in the 200 block of South Adams Avenue in Rayne and featured strong coffee and a “Closest to Paco’s Biscuit” contest, won by Paco’s grandson and namesake, Louis Borne, left, presented an etched rolling pin by Olinger, right. (Acadian-Tribune photo by Josie Henry)
Gone was the long counter and the strong smell of coffee brewing on the stove, but the temporary “re-opening” of Paco’s Saturday morning was a memo