According to Acadia Parish Sheriff’s Office Public Information Officer Maxine Trahan, one man was killed when the cropduster he was flying clipped an area of trees in the northwest area of Acadia Parish near the 300 block of Unitex Roadd. The accident happened at approximately 12:40 p.m. The victim’s name has not been released.

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.
As the school year winds down, it is no surprise that the honors for Acadia Parish students keep adding up. It is also no surprise that the Acadia Parish School Board was eager to show off the students of all ages excelling in and out of the classroom.

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.

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Credeur presents ‘Choices 2014’ to Rotary Club

Allen “Noochie” Credeur, left, presented Choices 2014 to the Rotary Club of Crowley at its meeting Tuesday. Welcoming him were club secretary, Judge M’Elise Trahan, and program organizer, Tracy Young.

In its final meeting before the Rotary Club of Crowley will pass the torch of leadership to a new set of officers, the club saw the pres

Crane provides informative look into African culture

Complete with photos and items from Africa, Isabella D. Crane, center, presented a program on African currency and costume and provided insight on some of the continent’s varying cultures at the Rotary Club of Crowley’s Tuesday meeting. Serving as program organizer was Isabella delaHoussaye, left, and the meeting was led by President Scott Shumacher.

For years now, Isabella D. Crane has been interested in things from abroad – their cultures, their geopolitics, etc.

In need of a good home

Acadia Parish Animal Control Director Tim Benoit with a full bred Great Pyrenees that he recently picked up .

On Monday, the Post-Signal visited with Acadia Parish Animal Control Director Tim Benoit just before he was about to em

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Northside Christian's Zera Hanagriff makes a play in the Lady Warriors' 4-3 Class C semifinal playoff loss to St. Joseph's Saturday at Sulphur's Frasch Park.

SULPHUR – Northside Christian’s hopes of playing in the Class C state championship game for a second straight year were dashed one game short Saturday by St.

Obituaries

A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Thursday, May 7, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. in St. Joseph Catholic Church in Rayne for Shirley C. Lavergne, 67 who passed away Tuesday, May 05, 2015 at 12:00 p.m.

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