Wanted: Landricy Robinson

Note: The Acadia Parish Sheriff's Office has sent out a revised released correcting a couple of errors in the previous one. Authorities are looking for a 25-year-old Crowley man who is being charged with second-degree murder following an incident that was reported shortly before midnight Tuesday.

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. First, the club presented a Vocational Award to a man well-known to many in Crowley who have had a delivery through UPS – Reginald “Reggie” Laviolette. “I just want to start by saying ‘Thank you all’,” said Laviolette.
Residents of the district that elected Israel G. Syria to represent them for another four years last November are growing concerned that their voices are not being heard, according to Superintendent John E. Bourque.

Wanted: Landricy Robinson

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).

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.

Krewe de Joie de Vie presents inaugural Mardi Gras Ball

KREWE DE JOIE DE VIE ROYAL COURT - Members of the inaugural Krewe de Joie de Vie royal court introduced during the 2015 Mardi Gras Ball were, from left, Co-Captain Nikki Link, Jerry Bergeron, Cheryl Guidry, Crystal Frederick, King Louis I Jack Nickel, Queen Anna I Michelle Koury, Kim DeVille, Rusti Morel and Captain Paige Dupont.

“High On Life” was the theme on Saturday, Jan. 24, for the Krewe de Joie de Vie 2015 Margi Gras Ball held at the Ballroom in Crowley.

City Represented at D.C. Mardi Gras Ball

Frog Festival Queen Ashlee Guilbeau is introduced during the 67th Annual Mystick Krewe of Louisianans Mardi Gras Ball held in Washington, D.C.

The Rayne Frog Festival and the City of Rayne was well-represented by Frog Festival Queen Ashlee Guilbeau as she attended the 67th Mystick Krewe of

State of Community: Good

Those who spoke and helped to put on the Crowley Chamber of Commerce’s State of the Community luncheon included, from left, Kerry Gibson, Chamber President/CEO Amy Thibodeaux, Cindy Miller, Acadia Parish School Superintendent John Bourque, Acadia Parish Police Jury President Julie Borill, Crowley Mayor Greg Jones, Isabella delaHoussaye, Kevin Spell and Justin Lee.

During a luncheon at the Town Club on Friday, the Crowley Chamber of Commerce hosted its fourth “State of the Community” address.

Caravan of horse-drawn buggies arrives here

If you were traveling in Rayne Tuesday morning, you might have encountered a group of horse drawn buggies and carriages stopped at City Hall.

Rayne Garden Club marks Arbor Day with donation

ARBOR DAY DONATION - Ladies of the Rayne Garden Club and city officials on hand for the 2015 Arbor Day plant donation at The Depot Square were, front row, from left, Garden Club members Judy Guidry, Chairperson Lisa Soileaux, Julia Breaux, Hazel Prevost; back row, city employees Douglas Terro and Foots Senegal, Councilman Calise Michael Doucet, Police Chief Carroll Stelly, Mayor Chuck Robichaux, Councilman Jimmy Fontenot and Councilman Kenneth Guidry.

Ladies of the Rayne Garden Club made their annual Arbor Day donation on Wednesday, Jan. 28, this year to enhance the Rayne Depot Square.

Bouree tourney winners listed

BOUREE TOURNAMENT winners included, seated from left, Dudley Simon, first; Darla Bryson, second; and Ron Duhon, third; standing from left, are Elderberries contact person Elaine Myers; Peggy Trahan, fourth place winner; Lucille Gautreaux, fifth place; and director Jeanette Leger. Not pictured is Greg
Arabie, sixth place winner.

The Elderberries Senior Group’s Semi- annual bouree tournament was held Saturday, Jan. 31.

Rayne native honored by Hammond hospital

Alison Camp

General Surgery Charge Nurse Alison Camp, RN, has been honored in Hammond with the North Oaks Health System Nurse Excellence Award.

Volunteer firemen install officers

FIRE DEPARTMENT OFFICERS were installed Monday night. Pictured, first rowl from left are Allen “Noochie” Credeur, Phil Hebert, Toby Credeur, Michael Cormier, Joseph Credeur, Derek LeBlanc and Jeremy Labauve; second row, Joey Thibodeaux, Brandon Dupuis, Brett Alleman, Jake Venable, Trevor Meche, Josh Stelly, Josh Hollier, Eric Menard, and Chad Credeur; third row, Ryan Charles, Justin Granger, Carroll Stelly, Russel Nero, Nobert Benoit and Johnathan Hebert. Wade Hollier, kneeling, is department mascot.

Officers of the Rayne Volunteer Fire Department were installed by Judge Jim Cunningham during their annual banquet Monday night.

‘CHOICES’ set for fourth installment

PLANNING SESSION: Representatives of agencies which will participate in the production of the fourth annual ‘CHOICES” held a planning session at the Rayne fire station recently in advance of the mock automobile accident to be staged in Rayne in March.

The perils of distracted and drunk driving will again be driven home to Acadia Parish teenagers via the fourth annual CHOICES program, sponsored jo

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THE POST-SIGNAL / J.C. Webb
Midland’s Devin Gautreaux drives the lane for a layup Tuesday during the Rebels’ 60-46 Class C regional round victory over Glenmora. The Rebels will play host to Simsboro Friday at 7 p.m. in a quarterfinal contest.

It was the kind of game that left you sitting on the edge of your seat, hoarse and trying to catch your breath.

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.

 

Obituaries

A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Friday, March 6, 2015 at 1:00 p.m. at St.

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