After accusing Estherwood Mayor Anthony Borill and Acadia Parish Police Jury President Julie Borill of harassment following an alleged months-long intimate relationship with the couple, petitioner John Wesley Brown seemed to wilt under the questioning of Crowley attorney Lyle Fogleman Wednesday morning, resulting in the cases against both being

Community Service Committee Chairwoman Melinda Malmay, standing, fields questions about the committee’s work. Chairs of the other committee, seated from left, Susan Comeaux (International Service), Adrianne Vidrine (Youth Service), Scott Privat (Club Service) and Amy Thibodeaux (Vocational Service) also fielded questions during the Rotary Club of Crowley’s club assembly.

Each year in January, the Rotary Club of Crowley takes a break from weekly informative programs to discuss the club’s work and find ways to grow and improve each year. Tuesday, it was time again for the Crowley Rotary Club’s club assembly, where the committee chairs took over the meeting.
Authorities in Acadia Parish are investigating the death of an 18-year-old Crowley man after his body was discovered in a field located in the 6500 block of Ebenezer Road Monday morning.

Community Service Committee Chairwoman Melinda Malmay, standing, fields questions about the committee’s work. Chairs of the other committee, seated from left, Susan Comeaux (International Service), Adrianne Vidrine (Youth Service), Scott Privat (Club Service) and Amy Thibodeaux (Vocational Service) also fielded questions during the Rotary Club of Crowley’s club assembly.

Police Jury elects officers

Elected Tuesday night as officers of the Acadia Parish Police Jury for 2015 are, from left, Robert Guidry, vice president, and Julie Borill, president, who is handed teh gavel by outgoing president David Savoy.

For only the second time in it’s history, the Acadia Parish Police Jury has a female as its president.

City Council appoints local officials

New Council members, Dr. Ezora Proctor (second from left) and Tim Monceaux (right) got acclimated to the city counciil’s procedures with the help of Vernon “Step” Martin (left) and Elliot Doré (second from right).

With the new term beginning, the Crowley City Council on Tuesday appointed three council members and several city offic

New school board begins new term

Members of the Acadia Parish School Board sworn in Monday night included, from left, Delo Hebert, Milton Simar, David Lalande, Doug LaCombe, John Suire, Gene Daigle and James Higginbotham. Board member Israel Syria was unable to attend Monday’s meeting. Administrating the oath of office to the board was attorney Robert Hammond.

Seven opening items saw a new board sworn in, leadership re-elected and many recognized at the Acadia Parish School Boa

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Sports

ALL-STAR PLAYER - LSU’s DJ Welter was one of seven LSU Tigers who took part in the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl held Jan. 17 in Carson, Calif.

Obituaries

Rayne- Wilma Bazile Julian passed away on Monday, January 26, 2015, at the age of 87. Funeral Services will be held on Saturday, January 31, 2015, at 10:30 a.m.

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