FEMA’S Peter Sessum wants to remind the residents of Acadia Parish that they are still working out of the Wells Fargo building on North Parkerson Avenue and that they are still here to answer questions and assist in anyway they can.
Whether it was declaring a spare bus with engine issues as surplus or hearing transportation reports, both Acadia Parish School Board committees saw a point of focus become the parish’s transportation situation.
CROWLEY – Acadia Parish Sheriff KP Gibson has announced several recent narcotics arrests made by the Acadia Parish Sheriff’s Office: • Sammy J. Hollier, 50, Crowley, booked: possession of Schedule III, possession of Schedule IV and possession of drug paraphernalia;

Rotarians assemble

Rotary Club of Crowley President Pat Miers leads the discussion at the club’s assembly Tuesday. Club assemblies provide overviews of the club’s activities as well as look to the future for ideas and plans.

Even a brief run through of the Rotary Club of Crowley’s committees, sub-committees and annual activities will show you that the club is steaming a

District honor band members recognized

To open its meeting Monday night, the Acadia Parish School Board recognized a group of students that don’t often get major acknowledgment – band me

Rayne House Fire is Total Loss

Members of the Rayne Volunteer Fire Department was called to 906 West Jefferson Davis Ave. Wednesday evening for a house fire.

Rayne child hit on Boulevard during Friday accident

Rayne Police direct traffic following a Friday afternoon accident on The Boulevard near City Hall. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Josie Henry)

In an attempt to cross The Boulevard near Rayne City Hall, a child was struck by a vehicle Friday afternoon, Jan. 15, 2016.

New jury seated

Elected as officers of the Acadia Parish Police Jury for the coming year are, from left, Robert Guidry, vice president; and David Savoy, president.

David Savoy will serve as president of the Acadia Parish Police Jury for the coming year.

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Sports

Darien Harmon (16) takes a hand-off from Rayne High quarterback Donald Doucet (15) during Friday's 55-38 Homecoming win over DeQuincy. Harmon had 16 carries for 227 yards and three touchdowns during the Rayne High win. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Lisa Soileaux)

RAYNE - In a marathon of a game Friday evening at Wolf Stadium capping off Homecoming Week, the Wolves of Rayne High collected over 600 offensive yards and lit up the scoreboard eight times for a 5

Lifestyle

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Members of the Crowley chapter of the Homeland Civic and Social Organization on hand for the organization’s annual “Crowley Day” event were, kneeling from left, Ollie Bias, Anthony Bias; first row standing, William Angel (president of the Houston Crowley Reunited Social and Charity Club), Theresa Thomas, Nelwyn Bolden (president), Lou Grant, Stephanie Goodwin, Marie Breaux, Sheral Garrick (events coordinator), Howard Guillory (founder); second row standing, J.D. Barley, Milton Goodwin (parliamentarian) and Walter Andrus (assistant secretary).

Once again this year the Crowley chapter of the Homeland Civic and Social Organization saw its annual Labor Day weekend event, “Crowley Day,” now in its 18th year, turn out to be a success.

Obituaries

A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10 a.m. Friday, Sept. 23, at St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Church for John Herman Schultz Jr., 77, who died Sept. 20, 2016, in Crowley.

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