When asked to comment on Laurita Pete, some people found it tough to come up with enough adjectives to describe the woman who’s fourth term on the Crowley City Council was cut short due to medical reasons. 

As Rotary Club of Crowley President Mary Zaunbrecher, seated, listens, Master Trooper Brooks David, public information officer with Louisiana State Police Troop I, speaks about the importance of wearing a seat belt and many other topics at the club’s weekly meeting.

Master Trooper Brooks David, public information officer for Louisiana State Police Troop I, can tell you the worst part of his job without a second thought – notification of a fatality to the next of kin.
When retiring Crowley Alderwoman Mary Melancon went to the Crowley Annex Building on Dec. 13, she was told she would be going to a party for Tim Monceaux, the man who will be replacing her in the Ward 4, Division B seat she has held for 20 years. 

As Rotary Club of Crowley President Mary Zaunbrecher, seated, listens, Master Trooper Brooks David, public information officer with Louisiana State Police Troop I, speaks about the importance of wearing a seat belt and many other topics at the club’s weekly meeting.

Crowley High homecoming activities, court announced

Selected as the 2014 Crowley High School Homecoming Court were, front row from left, Katelyn Richard, 2014 Football Sweetheart Hannah Abshire, Madison LeJeune; back row, Kelsey Milson, Dana’ Plummer, Nicole Taylor, Teara Breaux, Madelynn LeBouef, Melaina Doughty, and Bailee Villejoin. The court will be announced and the 2014 queen crowned during halftime of the Gents’ game against the Opelousas Tigers at Gardiner Memorial Stadium, Friday, Oct. 3, at 7 p.m.

Crowley High School will celebrate Homecoming 2014 with the theme “Ladies and Gents: Greater Than Gatsby.”

‘This is only the beginning’

From the left front row, Senator Mary Landrieu, ULL President Joseph Savoie, Acadia Parish Police Jury Member A.J. "Fatty" Broussard, State Representative Jack Montoucet and Ramesh Kolluru help cut the ribbon during the Cleco Alternative Energy Center’s grand opening. Standing in the back is Crowley Mayor Greg Jones.

After years of planning and preparation, the Cleco Alternative Energy Center held its grand opening at the Crowely facility Wednesday af

Mire provides ‘Images’ book teaser to Rotarians

Ann Mire, left, signs one of her books, “Images of America: Crowley” for Chris Brammer, center, while Pat Miers, right, awaits her turn following the Rotary Club of Crowley’s Tuesday meeting. Mire presented a program on her newly published book that definitely appeared to pique the interest of the Rotarians as a group eagerly awaited a chance to purchase copies after the meeting.

Ann Mire has quite the soft spot for history, particularly the history of this city.

2014 Project Pink Pageants, raffle planned

PROJECT PINK RAFFLE - Miss Project Pink Sidney Fontenot displays the Seraphim Angel to be raffled at the 2014 Project Pink events on October 4th at the Rayne Civic Center.

 

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Crowley High’s Ty’Von Griffin was named to the 4-4A All-District team at running back after rushing for 1,688 yards and 27 touchdowns during his junior season. (Photo by Petry Photography)

CROWLEY – The Crowley Gents and the Rayne Wolves both experienced success on the playing field in 2014.

Obituaries

Funeral services for Ernia Mary Simoneaux, 70, will be held Tuesday, Dec. 23, at 1 p.m.

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