According to Louisiana State Police, one person was critically injured and another killed in a Friday afternoon crash in Acadia Parish. The wreck occurred south of Crowley at the intersection of Louisiana Highway 92 and Muskrat Road. As of this time, the identities of the victims have not been released.
Landricy Kentrayle Robinson, 25, turned himself into law enforcement shortly after 2 p.m. Friday afternoon.
The Acadia Parish Sheriff’s Office issued a BOLO (be on the lookout for notice) for a man wanted for theft Wednesday.

Fatal crash in Acadia Parish

According to Louisiana State Police, one person was critically injured and another killed in a Friday afternoon crash in Acadia Parish.

Mire Band plans fourth performing trip, events planned

FISH FRY BAND FUNDRAISER - Mire Band students, parents and volunteers were busy on Wednesday, Feb. 18, for the 2015 Mire Band Fish Fry to raise funds for the group’s performance trip to Disney World.

The Mire Marching Band, including students from both Mire Elementary and Branch Elementary Schools, have again been invited to perform at Disney Wo

Frog Festival Queen Honored At Queen of Queens

Frog Festival Queen Ashlee Guilbeau displays the beautiful Miss Congeniality plaque she was awarded at the 2015 Queen of Queen Pageant held Feb. 14 in Baton Rouge.

The Rayne Frog Festival and the City of Rayne was well-represented by Frog Festival Queen Ashlee Guilbeau as she attended the 2015 Queen of Queens

Gibson is candidate for sheriff

CROWLEY - K.P. Gibson has announced that he will be a candidate for the office of Acadia Parish Sheriff in the Oct. 24 elections.

Schexnider talks missions; Vocational Award presented

The Rotary Club of Crowley wrapped up its participation in a zone project, “Rotary Has Heart.” Showing off some of the collected items that will be donated to the Crowley Christian Care Center are, from left, Rotarian Rev. James Proctor, Marilyn Lawson (CCCC) and Rotarians Peggy Sandidge, Mary Zaunbrecher (Crowley club president) and Dr. Ezora Proctor (District 6200 governor).

There was much to be done at Tuesday’s meeting of the Rotary Club of Crowley.

Board recognizes top students

The Acadia Parish School Board opened its February meeting to a packed meeting room. On hand for opening items were many of the Students of the Year. All were recognized at the meeting before enjoying a reception and gift bags in the adjacent building.

As evident by the packed meeting room, it was a night to recognize high-achieving students in the parish at Monday night’s meeting of the Acadia Pa



SCORE FOR SCORE - Rayne’s Tasia Duhon goes up for a bucket during the Lady Wolves’ state quarterfinal contest at Salmen during the 2014-2015 State Basketball Playoffs. (LSN Photo by Chris Quebedeaux)

SLIDELL – The Rayne Lady Wolves ‘ dreams of a trip to the LHSAA Top 28 ended Saturday with a heart-breaking 51-48 loss to No. 2 seed Salmen.


Jr. Frog Festival Pageant
The titles of Jr., Teen, Miss and Ms. Frog Festival will be awarded on Saturday, March 14, during annual festivities held at the Rayne Civic Center.

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