The Acadia Parish School Board’s Personnel/Insurance/Curriculum Committee meeting heard several reports that were transferred to the full board when it met Wednesday evening.

The seemingly unbeatable Lucy Matthews, right, pocks with her great-granddaughter Karsen Yeager. Family and friends say Matthews has pocking down to an art.

Holidays typically bring out all sorts of family traditions. At Christmas, it’s a matter of who put the angel atop the tree or at Hanukkah, who lights the candles each night. Good Friday, at least in south Louisiana, is usually observed with a traditional crawfish boil.
With only two weeks to go, excitement is building for the second Dancing with the Stars in a Caring Way. Friday, May 2, will be the opening night of an entertaining and benevolent weekend at the Grand Opera House of the South. 

The seemingly unbeatable Lucy Matthews, right, pocks with her great-granddaughter Karsen Yeager. Family and friends say Matthews has pocking down to an art.

Rotarians learn of Cleco’s community involvement

Rotary Club of Crowley President Scott Shumacher, right, welcomed, from left, Sabrina Salling and Bill Fontenot from CLECO to discuss the company with the club.

When Cleco looks at itself, according to Senior Vice President of Utility Operations Bill Fontenot, it sees a company that is serving “a product that is quality of life.”

Crowley police arrest 2; fugitive caught in Texas

During a recent traffic stop, Crowley Police arrested Antonio Brooks, left, and David Chaisson Jr., center. The two were charged with possession of crack cocaine and with outstanding warrants from the police department for possession with intent to distribute schedule I and schedule II narcotics.
In an unrelated incident, Brandel Moore, right, was arrested by authorities in Brazoria County, Texas, for possession with intent to distribute marijuana, possession with intent to distribute codeine and monies derived from drug proceeds. He is, however, also wanted in Crowley on numerous warrants.

Brooks, Chaisson arrested after traffic stop

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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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