The Rayne Garden Club hosted its 2016 Annual Flower Show, “Spread A Little Sunshine,” on Friday, April 29, at Rayne City Hall.
CATHOLIC ACTION AWARDS, the most prestigious award presented to a student by Notre Dame High School of Acadia Parish, was presented to Sabrina Lynn Hanks and Jules Grant Broussard during the 2016 Notre Dame High School commencement exercises on Friday, May 20, at Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Church Point. Making the presentations were Fr. Mikel Polson, left, and Fr. Matthew Higginbotham, right. (LSN staff photo by Jeannine LeJeune)
CHURCH POINT - With hosts of family and friends in attendance, 94 young men and women were graduated from Notre Dame High School of Acadia Parish
MEMORIAL UNVEILED: Capt. Tony Olinger and Lt. Allen “Noochie” Credeur (both hidden) and Lt. Ryan Charles unveil the police memorial during ceremonies Monday in front of the Rayne Police Station. The monument memorializes three fallen Rayne officers — Marshal Americus Vespicus Lyons, Night Officer Donnie Landry Ousse Sr. and Night Officer Albert P. Guidry. (Acadian-Tribune photo by Steve Bandy)
In memory of three fallen officers, a marble memorial was unveiled during solemn ceremonies Monday in front of the Rayne Police Station.
NEW FROG DERBY COURT NAMED - The Rayne Lions Club again hosted the annual Frog Derby Saturday morning of the 2016 Rayne Frog Festival. Named to the new court and participants were, front row, from left, new 2016 Frog Derby Queen Shelby Bordese, new 2016 Frog Jockey Queen Micah Guidry, 1st Maid Skyler Broussard, 2nd Maid Blaire Thibodeaux, and Director Lion Dommie Perez; back row, Lion Tim Prevost, Lion Chairman Luke Beslin and Lion Craig Houston. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Josie Henry)
Tradition continued Saturday morning of the 2016 Rayne Frog Festival as new royalty was crowned during the annual Rayne Lions Club Frog Derby, the
The dedication of the Fallen Police Officers memorial, originally scheduled for May 17, at the Rayne Police Station was been postponed due to the