It all started seven years ago but came to a head with the potential sale of 10 acres of land owned by Anjanette Hebert.
Those who have an opinion on the proposed construction of parking stalls where the median on East Hutchinson Avenue and the Court Circle presently stands will have their chance to voice it Wednesday. 
Applications for CHOICES 2015 will available at Acadia Parish high schools for juniors and seniors beginning Monday, Nov. 3. Maxine Trahan, coordinator will visit each high school on Monday morning and drop off applications. Completed applications will be due the following Monday, Nov. 10. 

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Myrta Fair Craig Press Box dedicated

MYRTA FAIR CRAIG PRESS BOX - Among those in attendance for the official sign dedication for the Myrta Fair Craig Press Box at Rayne High School were, front row, from left, Grace Hayes Craig, Bob Craig, B.I. Moody, Fair Craig Hash, Kim Craig Jones, Jim Craig Sr. representing their late dad, Jim Craig, and RHS Principal Wendall Prudomme; second row, Bobby Craig, Dr. Ed Milligan, Milo Nickel, Laura King Milligan, Reggie Milligan; top row, Lindsey Milligan Beggs, Emerson Milligan and Peyton Milligan. Attending but absent from picture are Sherry Day Craig, Baylor Beggs, Sawyer Beggs, Bo and Debbie Clement King, Kerri and Michael King, and Craig and Angela King, and grandchildren, Caleb King, Addison and Aidan Gonzalez. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Lisa Soileaux)

 

Madison Elise Vidal crowned new Miss Rayne

NEW MISS RAYNE CROWNED - Madison Elise Vidal is crowned Miss Rayne 2014 by last year’s honoree, Kaitlyn Thibodeaux, during Saturday’s pageant held at the Rayne City Center by the City of Rayne. Additional pictures and story of the event can be found inside on page 7. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Josie Henry)

 

Bourque talks education at Rotary Club meeting

Acadia Parish Superintendent of Schools John Bourque, right, was the guest speaker at the Rotary Club of Crowley’s weekly meeting. He talked about the state of education in Acadia Parish as well as the overall picture moving forward as many questions still remain about Common Core and more. Welcoming him were, from left, Program Organizer Adrianne Vidrine and Rotary President Mary Zaunbrecher.

A lot has changed since Acadia Parish Superintendent of Schools John Bourque took over more than a decade ago – curricula, policies and

I-10 open

According to state police, Interstate 10 eastbound near milepost 85 has been re-opened as recovery work has moved onto the shoulder.

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Behind his offensive line, Rayne running back Deontrey Wilridge (28) picks up yards during Rayne's 41-21 district win over Beau Chene. Wilridge had 24 carries for 253 yards on the night. Acadian-Tribune Photo by Lisa Soileaux)

ARNAUDVILLE - Rayne High used a 27-point second half Friday to collect a 41-21 district win over Beau Chene. The win places the Wolves at 3-2 in district play.

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