Crime Stoppers of Acadia Parish needs your help to solve a crime. The Crowley Police Department is investigating criminal damage which occurred at Louisiana Rice Mill, located at 600 W. First St., during the night of July 24.

The Rotary Club of Crowley met Tuesday and learned about physical therapy from Rotarian Daryl Albro and were invited to the Crowley High Dinner Auction by guest and CHS football coach Josh Fontenot. Present were, from left, President-Elect M’Elise Trahan, Fontenot, Albro and Secretary Melinda Malmay.

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The Rotary Club of Crowley met Tuesday and learned about physical therapy from Rotarian Daryl Albro and were invited to the Crowley High Dinner Auction by guest and CHS football coach Josh Fontenot. Present were, from left, President-Elect M’Elise Trahan, Fontenot, Albro and Secretary Melinda Malmay.

96 become Iota High School graduates

LEFT: Iota High School Principal Cindy Abshire, right, presents the Bulldog of the Year Award to Madison Meche.
RIGHT: President of the class of 2014 Amelia Lejeune, left, shares a laugh and presents the Iota High key to the president of the 2015 class Emily Navarre during the school’s graduation ceremony Tuesday night.

Before a full Bulldog Stadium —  spilling out into the fence line — Iota High School held commencement ceremonies and conferred diplomas upon 96 Tuesday evening.

SLCC chancellor speaks to Rotary

In only its second year, Crowley High School’s Interact Club reported at Tuesday’s Rotary Club of Crowley meeting great successes in growth and community involvement this year. The club also presented a donation to Rotary for the Polio Foundation. On hand for the presentation were, front row from left, Katie Monceaux, Petra Gamez, Rotary President-Elect Mary Zaunbrecher; back row, club sponsor Kalita Watson, Shawn Jackson, Dillon Corner and Rotarian Rev. James Proctor.

In a state that has an ongoing conversation about the condition of higher education each year, Southwest Louisiana Community College is trying to make an undeniable stamp on the Louisiana’s hierarc

Northside Christian School hands out 23 diplomas

Northside Christian School boasts three valedictorians this year with a 4.0 grade point average. They are, from left, Hannah Douget, Gavin Dietz and Alyson Woodard. (Photo by Danette Bourque)

Earlier in the school year, Northside Christian School made the decision to move its graduation ceremony to Sunday, May 18, citing the likelihood that its baseball team may be busy in th

Notre Dame High School graduates 111 Friday

Receiving Notre Dame’s highest honor, the Catholic Action Award, this year were, from left, Amy Boudreaux and Brent Didier, They were presented the award by, from left, Msgr. Jeff DeBlanc and the Rev. Matthew Higginbotham.

With numerous family and friends in attendance, 111 young men and women became the newest graduates of Notre Dame High School of Acadia Parish Friday morning.

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Hayden Erbe has yet to pitch his first inning for the Crowley Gents, but he already has some CHS players and fans counting the days until he does.

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The Acadia Players are hard at work on their new dinner theater production, “The Bold, The Young, and The Murdered,” which will debut Saturday night at Chef Roy’s in Rayne. ABOVE: Theater-goers will have to be quick to keep up with the action, as the stage is filled with players in the first 20 minutes. Among them are, bottom from left, Michaela Jabusch, Sydney Gilder, Tiffany Reed and Lynne Broussard (standing); top, Zach Thibodeaux, Tina Reaux, Randy LaCombe, Allyson Heyzel, Luke Arsement and Dylan Stewart.

Obituaries

 Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, July 30, at a 2 p.m. in Martin & Castille’s La Fleur de Lis Chapel in Lafayette for Kathryn Sue Murray Dixon, 67, who died at 1:13 a.m.

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