Early voting for the May 3 general election will begin Saturday, according to Billie Meyer, parish registrar of voters.
Following a special meeting of the Acadia Parish School Board Wednesday evening, committee meetings began, which gave members the chance to hear a variety of reports.

Mire Elementary’s Kaitlyn Barron directs the school’s band as they perform “Jambalaya” in preparation for their performance in Branson, Missouri as Band Director Michael Magee, back left, looks on.

The Mire Elementary Marching Band seems as though they are used to being the “first.”

Mire Elementary’s Kaitlyn Barron directs the school’s band as they perform “Jambalaya” in preparation for their performance in Branson, Missouri as Band Director Michael Magee, back left, looks on.

Latest 'Dancing With the Stars' couple, choreographer pairing announced

Couple: April Mixon and Henry J. Helo III.
Choreographer: Brenda Core

Through the collaboration of the Crowley Christian Care Center, the Community Outreach Corporation and the Rotary Club of Crowley, another presentation of “Dancing With the Stars in a Ca

As opening date draws near, Kelbaugh, Gordon talk ‘Greetings’

Rotary Club of Crowley President Scott Shumacher, far right, welcomed those who have helped create “Greetings from Levy Park”, from left, Keefer Kelbaugh, Amy Thibodeaux and Kyle Gordon. The trio talked about the music and art series’ creation and inaugural run.

By now, Keefer Kelbaugh and Kyle Gordon expect you have heard something about “Greetings from Levy Park,” and if you have, you know Crowley is in for a great time this spring.

Legislators discuss upcoming session at Crowley luncheon

Among the Crowley Chamber board members and sponsors taking part in Monday’s legislative luncheon featuring Senator Dan Morrish and Representative Jack Montoucet were, from left, Jennifer Mixon, Justin Lee, Jude Sittig, Montoucet, Morrish, Gene Williams, Kerry Gibson, Holly Broussard and Chamber of Commerce CEO Amy Thibodeaux.

Judging by recent Crowley joint appearances by state Sen. Dan “Blade” Morrish, R-Jennings, and state Rep.

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Sports

Crowley High’s Jalasia Hebert clears a hurdle Tuesday during the Bear Paw Relays in Church Point.

CHURCH POINT – Cecilia’s sophomore sensation Raymond Calais Jr. and Brandon Williams combined for 47 points Tuesday to lead the Bulldogs to the Church Point Bear Paw Relays team title.

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