The candidates for the Acadia Parish Police Jury who participated in Thursday’s Acadia Parish Political Forum were, front row from left, Terry LaCombe, Tony Broussard, Danny Hebert (unopposed), A.J. “Fatty” Broussard, Marron Lollis, Julie Borill, Felton “Tony” Moreau and Ronnie Fabacher. In the back row are, from left, Robert Guidry, David Savoy, Chuck Broussard, Dale Trahan, Kerry Kilgore, Aleke Kanonu Jr., Richard Faul and A.J. “Jay” Credeur.
During the Acadia Parish Political Forum Thursday evening, candidates for the seven police jury seats up for election addressed the Grand Opera Hou
Principals Kim Cummins, left, and Irma Trosclair, right, accept certificates from the Acadia Parish School Board graciously and speak highly of their faculties and students who they say are the reason that Martin Petitjean Elementary and South Crowley Elementary were recognized among the 2015 National Blue Ribbon Schools.
The Acadia Parish School Board has decided it’s time for a change.
The Crowley Chamber of Commerce hosted its Candidate Forum at the Grand Opera House Thursday night.
South Crowley Elementary School Principal Irma Trosclair makes the announcement of the school’s honor to her faculty, staff and students. South Crowley Elementary School and Martin Petitjean Elementary School (Rayne) were each awarded Blue Ribbon recognition from the U.S. Department of Education, officially, Tuesday.
In a process that began last year, two Acadia Parish schools have earned an amazing honor.
The Rayne Civic Center was transformed into a “Safari” setting Saturday evening as the City of Rayne sponsored the 2015-2016 Miss Rayne Pageant.
South Crowley Elementary School last year learned it was nominated by the state as a Blue Ribbon school.