The Crowley Post-Signal is updating its circulation software and, effective today, a number of changes are being announced concerning billing and missed editions.
For women, questions get a lot harder as they age. As they grow up, long-gone are the days of “Will you go to prom with me?” and “What color dress should I wear?”

Morse Elementary is helping bring awareness to Rare Disease Day, and, in particular, Infantile Neuroaxonal Dystrophy.

At Morse Elementary, there are many special children, but Thursday, the student body, faculty and staff of the school rallied around one that is asking for Acadiana’s help.

Morse Elementary is helping bring awareness to Rare Disease Day, and, in particular, Infantile Neuroaxonal Dystrophy.

Fire Hydrant Testing This Weekend

The Rayne Volunteer Fire Department announces its members will be conducting annual fire hydrant tests on Friday, Feb. 20 and Sunday, Feb.

Shelly P. Waters returns home to release new CD during March 14 Legion concert

Shelly Pellerin Waters in concert -- make plans to attend local concert on March 14 at the American Legion Home in Rayne.

Rayne’s own Shelly Waters will return home on Saturday, March 14, when she will release her latest CD, “Drive” in front of a home-town crowd at the

Tadpole, Deb Pageants scheduled by Jaycees

The Rayne Jaycees are now accepting entries for the 33rd Miss and Mr. Tadpole Pageant and the 12th Deb Frog Festival Queen’s Pageant.

Rayne Catholic Elementarynamed ‘Lighthouse’ school

Students, faculty and staff members of Rayne Catholic Elementary named a “Leader In Me” Lighthouse Award School.

The city of Rayne’s school system includes three schools who participate in the Leader In Me learning program, a 21st century leadership and life s

Rayne High Crawfish Boil Planned

The 2015 Annual Rayne High School Crawfish Boil will be held Wednesday, April 22, at the school’s north gym.

Rayne Rec Baseball, Softball Registration

Registration for the 2015 baseball/softball summer league of the Rayne Recreation Department will begin next week for the upcoming season as announ

Interstate reopens after crash

A two-vehicle accident involving an 18-wheeler and pickup truck near the Rayne-Church Point exit took place Tuesday afternoon, choking eastbound interstate traffic to Crowley. (Photo by Lisa Soileaux, Rayne-Acadian Tribune)

Officers remain on the scene following an afternoon crash that involved a truck and 18-wheeler and sent one to the hospital.

Local, Area Bomb Threats Investigated

During the morning hours Tuesday, Rayne Police investigated a bomb threat made at Mouton Pharmacy (South Adams Ave.).

I-10 Wreck Near Rayne Exit

A two-vehicle accident involving an 18-wheeler and pickup truck near the Rayne-Church Point exit took place at 1:30 p.m.

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Sports

Midland’s Brooke Comeaux pulls up for a shot Tuesday during the Lady Rebels’ 37-28 Class B regional playoff loss at Anacoco. Comeaux scored eight points in the loss.

ANACOCO – The Midland Lady Rebels had their chances Tuesday in their Class B regional playoff showdown with Anacoco.
In fact, they had numerous chances.

Lifestyle

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Cast members in the Crowley High School Drama Club’s upcoming production of “Robin Hood and His Merry Men” include, front row from left, Madeline Kibodeaux, Cole-Ryan Henry; second row, Alyssa Huval, Sarah Hanks, Savana Green, Julia Sittig, Tra’Naye Brooks, Casey Benoit, Alaina Kibodeaux; third row, Caleb Henry, Tony Arsement, Aaron Booty, Maggie Arsement, Justin Simon, Brock Credeur, Kendrick Francis; fourth row, Kameryn Richard, Shawn Jackson, Doshia Byers, Tristin Robinson, Jasmine LeMaire, Maya Clement, Katelyn Richard, Luke Arsement, Alexis Bernard, Addison Green, Eric Lacombe, Jake Grotefend, Sara Arsement, and Hana Arsement. Also working on the production but not pictured are Courtney Suire and Samantha Leger.

 

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