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.

Northside Christian School confers 15 diplomas

Presented plaques in recognition of earning a 4.0 grade point average at Northside Christian School’s graduation by Principal Randy Trahan, second from left, were, from left, Delaney Rivera, Abigail Howie and Brooke Thompson.

In a special afternoon ceremony, 15 seniors from Northside Christian School became graduates of their school and were set to embark on the next cha

2015 Frog Derby Queen crowned, tradition continues at Frog Festival

NEW FROG DERBY COURT NAMED - The Rayne Lions Club again hosted the annual Frog Derby Saturday morning of the 2015 Rayne Frog Festival. Named to the new court and participants were, front row, from left, outgoing Frog Derby Queen Victoria Richard, new 2015 Frog Derby Queen Catherine Castille, new 2015 Frog Jockey Queen Corrine Doucet, outgoing Frog Jockey Queen Cailey Morgan, Lion Chairman Luke Beslin; back row, Lion John Jude Beslin, Lion Tim Prevost, co-director Lion Linda Credeur, and director Dommie Perez. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Josie Henry)

Tradition continued Saturday morning of the 2015 Rayne Frog Festival as Catherine Castille was crowned Frog Derby Queen, the long-time event held s

Rayne Jaycees host 2015 Annual Diaper Derby at Frog Festival

2015 DIAPER DERBY WINNER - The Rayne Jaycees once again hosted the annual Frog Festival Diaper Derby held Saturday morning of the 2015 Rayne Frog Festival. The top racers and guests were, front row, from left, Miss Tadpole Ashlyn Baudin, Deb Frog Festival Queen Alyssa Theriot, Mr. Tadpole Lake Hamlin; back row, Diaper Derby Winner Annabelle Credeur, 2nd place Lee-Michael Guidry, 3rd place Maddox Aucoin, and chairperson Angela LeBlanc. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Josie Henry)

The crowd was cheering and babies were crawling towards the finish line during the 2015 Annual Diaper Derby held Saturday morning of the 43rd Frog

Visitors enjoy ‘Hoppin’ Good Time’ at 2015 Frog Festival

FROG RACING WINNERS in the Frog Festival’s children’s division included, from left, Anni Mire, first with her frog Spice; London Bourque, second, with his frog named A Frog; and McKenna Sellers, third with her frog Alyssa. They were joined by Jaycees Brain Petitjean and Robert Pellessier. The competition is sponsored by the Rayne Jaycees and the Rayne Acadian-Tribune, (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Paul Kedinger)

Frogs were hopping and so were their handlers as the annual Frog Jumping and Racing Contest took center stage around high noon during the 2015 Annu

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.

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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

Lifestyle

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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