Crowley residents were awakened Sunday morning, when a strong thunderstorm system passed through the area leaving a path of destruction in it’s wake.
PINEVILLE – As part of Cleco’s approved sale earlier this year, customers are set for a bill credit beginning in July. It is then that the electric utility will give its customers a $475 credit that will likely cover several months of free electricity for the average customer.
While the Acadia Parish School Board is always excited to congratulate its students, Monday night it had an opportunity to thank and applaud several of its educators.

Ebonites host ‘A Spring Bouquet of Debs’

DEBUTANTES AND ESCORTS - Members of the 20154 Debutante Court and their escorts introduced during Saturday’s introductions and ball held at the Rayne Civic Center of the Ebonite Civic and Social Club, Inc. were seated from left, (Debs) Bailey Kristian Thomas, Charlesha Jenee Dugas, Cierra Monique Harmon, Queen La’shonda Delco, DaKea j’nae Cole, KaWani Reneé Cormier and Jacquanna Michaelle Marie Steiner; standing, (Escorts) Deion Handy, Jacqeu Price, Drakkar Broussard, Dondre Whheler, Tyrin Gordon, Darius Delco and Zyon Mouton.

RAYNE - La’shonda Nicolette Delco was named the 2015 Debutante Queen on Saturday, May 2, during the annual Debutante Introductions and Ball hosted

Committee recommends renewal

Jeff Polzien, owner of Student Transportation Specialists, LLC, addresses the Budget/Finance Committee and other board members during Wednesday night’s meeting.

Most nights, committee meetings for the Acadia Parish School Board clock-in under an hour in total. That was not the case Wednesday night.

Early Morning Fire Destroys Cyn City Saloon

INSIDE CLAIMED TOTAL LOSS - State Fire Marshal and Acadia Parish Sheriff vehicles were on the site of an early Wednesday morning blaze at Cyn City

Rotarians get viewing of emotionally poignant ‘CHOICES’

Rotary Club of Crowley President Mary Zaunbrecher, left, thanks Chad Monceaux, center, and Maxine Trahan for their presentation of CHOICES at Tuesday’s club meeting.

As the music built to a crescendo, the scene grew darker.

Rayne Hosting 43rd Annual Frog Festival

A ROYAL INVITATION: Frog Festival royalty inviting everyone to attend this weekend’s 2015 Rayne Frog Festival (May 6-9) are, from left, Deb Frog Festival Queen Janci Aube, Ms. Frog Festival Queen Haley Willis, Miss Tadpole Riley Dugas, Frog Festival Queen Ashlee Guilbeau, Jr. Frog Festival Queen Payton Broussard and Teen Frog Festival Queen Caroline Bergeron.

The planning is complete! Invitations have been issued, and now it’s time for the 43rd Annual Rayne Frog Festival May 6-9!

To renew or not to renew

From left, David Lalande and Doug LaCombe listen as another board member expresses his opinion on renewing a contract with Student Transportation Specialists. The board must make a decision by next month’s meeting as its current deal with STS ends July 1.

For several minutes Monday night, the Acadia Parish School Board had no answers for a dilemma it finds itself in regarding student transportation.

Leaders, achievers recognized

As the school year winds down, it is no surprise that the honors for Acadia Parish students keep adding up.

Raises for city employees talked

A special meeting of the Crowley City Council’s Revenue and Finance Committee was held Thursday afternoon to consider a proposed pay increase for the city’s employees.

Raises for city employees talked

A special meeting of the Crowley City Council’s Revenue and Finance Committee was held Thursday afternoon to consider a proposed pay increase for the city’s employees.

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Obituaries

A Mass of Christian Burial will be held Wednesday, May 4, at 11 a.m. at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Iota for Ronnie “Bert” Bertrand, 54, who died Monday, May 2, 2016, at 5 a.m. in Egan.

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