Through the courtesy and service of the American Red Cross, a shelter has been set up at the International Rice Festival Building for those displaced by the flooding in Crowley.
Crowley Police Chief Jimmy Broussard has announced that a curfew is imposed tonight for the affected areas of the City of Crowley.
During a morning meeting at state Rep. Jack Montoucet’s office, a group of area leaders, first responders and public officials gathered to address the weekend storm’s aftermath and how to best help parish residents.

2015 Festival poster unveiled

Members of the International Rice Festival Board gathered at the Rice Palace Tuesday night for the unveiling of the official 2015 festival poster which was painted by Tony Bernard. Front row from left, Roxie Viator, Patty Simon, Elisabeth Leleux and Troy Perry. Standing are Kevin Spell, Jay Suire, Jody Viator, Chad Monceaux, 2014 Queen Ali Hoffpauir, Connie Nutt and Stella Morgan. (Submitted Photo)

On Tuesday evening at the Rice Palace in Crowley, the people that annually put on Crowley’s biggest show gathered for the unveiling of the official

West Nile findings on increase in Acadia

Two sentinel chicken and a mosquito “pool” tested positive for the West Nile virus this week, according to Glenn Stokes, CEO of Mosquito Control Co

Rayne officer charged

Arrest warrants have been issued for a part-time Rayne police officer accused of inappropriate behavior with a minor.

Judge Genovese talks Louisiana’s court system

Judge James T. Genoves of the 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals, center, was the guest speaker at the Rotary Club of Crowley Tuesday. He spoke on the state’s court system. Greeting him were program organizer Judge M’Elise Trahan, left, and President Pat Miers.

Let’s put one thing to rest, Judge James T. Genovese doesn’t care for judicial activism.

APSO makes carnal knowledge arrest

(Photo courtesy of Jades-APSO)

Investigators with the Acadia Parish Sheriff’s Office have arrested a Morse man and charged him with felony carnal knowledge of a juvenile followin

Back to school time ... times five

SENIOR YEAR TIMES FIVE - Preparing for their senior year at Rayne High School are the Doucet quintuplets, from bottom to top, Harley, Hailey, Hunter, Haven and Hannah. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Lisa Soileaux)

With the start of the new school year just days away, parents from kindergarten to seniors are busy purchasing back-to-school supplies, some more t

A&O, Sisters plan back to school events

The A & O 21st Century Club, Inc., along with support from the Sisters of A & O and 6th Man Sports, will again host the annual Back to Scho

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Sports

WOLVES IN TODAY’S FOOTBALL JAMBOREE - The Rayne High Wolves Football Team were busy this week as they were readying for today’s 2016 Acadia Parish Jamboree at Iota High School. The Wolves are scheduled to meet the hosting Bulldogs in the second game of the night. The Jamboree will begin at 6 p.m. with Church Point meeting Crowley High. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Lisa Soileaux)

Following last week’s historic flooding that halted all extra curricular activities while southern Louisiana tried to survive the worst flooding witnessed in almost 100 years, the 2016 football sea

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Paul Major Gagliano

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Major Gagliano of Fort Polk are announcing the birth of a son, Paul Major Gagliano, who was born at 1:47 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug.

Obituaries

Funeral services will be held on Saturday, Aug. 27, at 2 p.m. in the Duhon Funeral Home Chapel in Crowley for Robert “Tody Boy” Perry, 89, who passed away on Wednesday, Aug. 25, 2016, at 7:40 a.m.

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