West Nile found in Acadia

A sentinel chicken in Acadia parish has tested positive for indicators of the West Nile virus.

Board to sell surplus parcel of land

The surplus parcel of land adjacent to TLVM Properties, LLC, measuring about 0.68 acres, will be sold by the Acadia Parish School Board to Albarado Properties for $90,050 and will subsequently be sold to Thomas L. McNeely III by Albarado Properties.

It was a saga, of sorts, that started months ago, but now, by action of the Acadia Parish School Board Wednesday night, some finality is coming for

Downtown parking concerns retailers

Retailers along North Parkerson Avenue have been complaining about the lack of parking spaces for a number of years.

CROWLEY – Business owners along North Parkerson Avenue to the south of the Acadia Parish Courthouse have been voicing complaints about the lack of

6th Man Sports completing another productive season

6TH MAN PROGRAM - Members of the local 6th Man Sports program who concluded another productive season were, first row, from left, Tristan Mouton, Malikye Grace and Tylar Wiltz; back row, Christopher Osteen and Executive Director Brian Seth Mouton.

The local program of 6th Man Sports finished the 2014-2015 regular with several national exposure events and with over 50 student-athletes particip

Rayne High Band Banquet honorees

Rayne High band students who were awarded during the 2014-2015 and of the school year band banquet were, seated from left, Victoria Royer, Robyn Ba


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