The Crowley Police Department is investigating a drive-by shooting that occurred in the 600 block of Ross Avenue in the City of Crowley.
RAYNE - Police are looking for a man who fired several shots into a local business Saturday afternoon. Police Chief Carroll J. Stelly said officers responded to multiple calls just after 1 p.m. Saturday concerning a black male shooting at people at the King City convenience store on West Jeff Davis Avenue.

Troy Menard

CROWLEY – A former Rayne police officer was sentenced to six years at hard labor with three being suspended for lewd behavior with a 13-year-old girl in 2015.

Troy Menard

KC street drive set in Rayne

The Knights of Columbus, Council 1897 of Rayne, will once again coordinate a street drive to benefit Daily Manna Christian Service Center.

BVFD sets food drive on Dec. 11

The Branch Volunteer Fire Department will sponsor its seventh annual food drive and pictures with Santa Claus and Sparky on Friday, Dec.

A & O 21st Century Club presents Beautillion

BEAUTILLION COURT INTRODUCED - Members of the 2015 Beautillion Court, including the Beaus and their escorts, introduced during the 19th Annual Beautillion presented by the A & O 21st Century Club of Rayne were, seated from left, escorts Kierra Kemper, Diajh Young, Jalaysia Hebert, Tajane Butler, Shantirra Ceasar, Natasha Roberts and Shandra Jolivette; standing, Beaus Joshua LaBostrie, Jayson Thomas, Jacqco Price, Malik Butler, Notorrious McClelland, Don ‘Dre Wheeler and Dillon Charlot.

The A & O 21st Century Club, Inc. staged its 19th Annual Beautillion on Saturday, Nov.

RHS school-wide fundraiser planned

Rayne High School students, faculty and staff are sponsoring a fundraiser benefitting two school programs, Rayne Alive!

Smile, you may be on PJ camera

Next time you go to a meeting of the Acadia Parish Police Jury, be sure to smile — you may be on camera.

Police Jury adopts $31.5M budget

It took a little bit of last-minute maneuvering of funds, but the Acadia Parish Police Jury adopted a balanced budget for fiscal 2016 during its fi

Cradeur sworn in as City Clerk

City Attorney Tom Regan swears in Erin Cradeur as Crowley’s City Clerk. Cradeur replaces longtime City Clerk Judy Istre.

The Crowley City Council met Tuesday night for their final meeting of 2015.

Project ‘substantially completed’

The Acadia Parish School Board has declared that the Performance Based Energy Efficiency Services Project conducted by Johnson Controls, Inc.

At NDHS, Cook’s legacy grows even stronger

When describing the style of Notre Dame High’s successful football teams over the years, one could easily pull an article written following the tea

School honor not taken ‘Light’-ly

It was all smiles at Ross Elementary’s Synergy Assembly Friday morning when Principal Paula Cutrera, with the help of some of her students, announced that the school had earned the recognition of being a Leader in Me Lighthouse School.

Ross Elementary has become an old pro at The Leader in Me Process in many ways.

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Sports

Registration will begin next week for Rayne’s 2016 season of the city’s flag football and volleyball leagues, as announced by Rayne Recreation Director Dwayne Derise.

Lifestyle

Mrs. Robert Dale Wimberly Jr.

RAYNE - On Saturday, the ninth of July, 2016, at six-thirty in the evening before family and friends, Gretchen Renee Swinkey and Robert Dale Wimberly, Jr.

Obituaries

Frank “Bod” was born in Crowley on Oct. 6, 1934, to Frank Miller Sr. and Marie Courville Miller. He was called to his Heavenly Father on July 26, 2016.

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