ENJOY CLASS REUNION - Classmates of the Rayne High School graduating class of 1960 who attended their 55-year class reunion at Chef Roy’s Frog City Café were, seated from left, Shirley Dupuis Doré, Helen Morgan Quebodeaux, Gayle Hoffpauir Guillot, Jeanette Doucet Arnauld, Elvie Guidry Duhon, Sally Touchette Thevis, Yvonne Sonnier Myers, Patrick Bourque; standing, Frances Robinson Bihm, Gary Fruge, James Quebodeaux, Melvin Bearb, Katherine Richard Johnson, Roland Miller, Joycelyn Prejean Roger, Irby Leger, Patrick Babineaux, Dorothy Mire Thibodeaux, Ed Thevis, Lionel Boudreaux, Betty Prejean Bourque, Carol Kelly and Jeff Bouillion. Absent are Alvin Boudreaux, Marlene Melancon Terro and Willie Belle Lyon Sarver. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Josie Henry)
A number of classmates and guests of the Rayne High School graduating class of 1960 gathered on Saturday, March 28, 2015, at Chef Roy’s Frog City C
A standing room crowd filled the Crowley City Council meeting Tuesday night as the city’s governing body discussed the ordinance regarding food fundraisers by local organizations.
A potentially explosive issue was quietly diffused during Tuesday night’s meeting of the Acadia Parish Police Jury.
A standing-room-only crowd was on hand to learn exactly what the jurors were going to do with the parish noise ordinance, which, as was pointed out during committee meetings a week earlier, failed to properly define a “recognized subdivision” due to a clerical error made when the original ordinance was amended in 2006.