From left, Brady Chatelain and Zach Landry of Acadia General Hospital welcomed Brandi Morrison of the American Cancer Society Thursday to promote Great American Smokeout Day (Nov. 20). The day marked the first day that the grounds of Acadia General go permanently smoke-free as well.

Frandon Beverly

Crime Stoppers of Acadia Parish needs your help to locate a wanted fugitive. The Crowley Police Department is searching for Frandon Beverly, 26. He is described as a black male that is 6 feet tall and weighs 185 pounds and has black hair.  His last known address is 1212 Lurose Ave. in Crowley.

Rotary International District 6200 Governor Dr. Ezora Proctor, center, and her husband Rev. James Proctor, far left, made their official visit to their home club of Crowley and recognized two Rotarians who have over 40 years of service to Rotary – Ralph Cowen, front, 48 years; and Kenny Privat, far right, 43 years.

With her stop in Crowley, her home club, Rotary International District 6200 Governor Dr. Ezora Proctor, has now “officially” visited all 49 clubs in the district.

Frandon Beverly

Rotary International District 6200 Governor Dr. Ezora Proctor, center, and her husband Rev. James Proctor, far left, made their official visit to their home club of Crowley and recognized two Rotarians who have over 40 years of service to Rotary – Ralph Cowen, front, 48 years; and Kenny Privat, far right, 43 years.

Schexnider reflects on mission trip to Malawi

Rotarian Kirk Schexnider, right, presented a program on his summer mission trip to Malawi at Tuesday’s meeting of the Rotary Club of Crowley. Thanking him for his presentation were, from left, program organizer Dr. Craig Brammer and President Mary Zaunbrecher.

CROWLEY – Just by listening to him speak on the subject, the past two mission trips Kirk Schexnider took to Malawi have

MHS gym to be named for Briley

Clyde Briley addresses the board as the audience looks on, thanking them for the honor of having the Midland High School gymnasium named after him.

Monday night, at the Acadia Parish School Board’s October meeting, it was voted that Midland High School’s large gymnasium will be gettin

NDHS homecoming set, court told

NOTRE DAME HOMECOMING COURT - Members of the 2014 Homecoming Court at Notre Dame High School of Acadia Parish are, front row, from left, Grace Ann Doucet, Kiley Hebert, Aline Gossen, Mary Frances Beslin, Mia Grissom, Elizabeth Ledet, Madeline Barbin; back row, Hannah Esthay, Allie Gossen, Taylor Satchell, Harley Bellard and Elizabeth Robichaux. (Photo Submitted)

 

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Sports

Notre Dame’s Nate Link brings down a Kaplan running back in a recent game. Link and the Pios begin their postseason run this evening when the play host to E.D. White in the quarterfinal round of the Division III playoffs. Kickoff is slated for 7 p.m. (Photo by Christell Faul)

CROWLEY – The playoffs move into week two with Notre Dame preparing for what they basically were wishing for.

Lifestyle

Woodmen of the World Chapter 6 recently presented Shea Bertrand, center, with the Lifesaver Award for his role in saving his sister, Mia, from their burning home. Congratulating Bertrand at the chapter’s annual Awards Banquet were, from left, Woodmen of the World Representative Angella Hollier and Chapter 6 President Lee John.

Obituaries

A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Friday, Nov.  21, at 11 a.m. at the Immaculate Heart of Mary in Crowley for Weldon J. Cashi, 71, who passed away on Wednesday, Nov.

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