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Still time to see the Acadia Players’ ‘Salem’s Daughter’

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Type Cast members in the Acadia Players’ current production, “Salem’s Daughter,” include, seated from left, Lily Mire (Jennie), Amanda Caldwell (Jennifer), Ashley Turner (Dottie), Hannah Thibodeaux (Marci), Maddie Fulton (Toni); standing, Zack Thibodeaux (Corey), Louis Mire (Mike), Olivia Doucet (Sarah Brooks, Sarah, Detective Brent), Brock Credeur (Sam) and Lauren Babineaux (Heather).

The Acadia Players took the stage this weekend with their autumn production of “Salem’s Daughter,” a chilling tale of suspense that looks at socia

Unofficial results: New sheriff, police jurors voted in

There is finality in the race for Acadia Parish Sheriff.
After months of a hard-fought election, Crowley Chief of Police K.P. Gibson will have a new job in July 2016 when he becomes sheriff.
Gibson carried about 55 percent of the vote over opponents Keith Latiola (40 percent) and Brian Richard (5 percent).

Committee learns of Telemed, receives reports

School board members, from left, David Lalande, Doug LaCombe, Superintendent John Bourque, John Suire and Gene Daigle, along with Milton Simar and Delo Hebert, not pictured, discuss the idea of Telemed use in two parish schools.

Acadia General Hospital may have a way to solve part of two problems with one solution: Telemed.
Currently awaiting news on a grant to fund a pilot program in Acadia Parish, the hospital looks to alleviate some of the stress on its emergency room while helping school attendance simultaneously through the program using the Telemed technology.

Wright briefs Rotarians on general principles of Islam

Rotary Club of Crowley President Pat Miers, right, thanks Rotarian Lee Wright, left, for his informative program Tuesday.

When Rotarian Lee Wright was thrown the task of organizing the club’s program a couple of weeks ago, it put him in a tight spot.
His original speaker was set to visit the club in November, but Wright was rescheduled and his speaker could not. So, it fell to Wright to pull something out of his “bag of tricks,” which, if anything, includes plenty of informative military briefings sure to educate the local membership of the global organization.
Wright decided to present an informative program on what has become the world’s fastest growing religion: Islam. Current statistics show the religion is expected to rival Christianity by 2050.

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