Almost time to head home

Rayne Catholic and Notre Dame High have been among the schools playing host to foreign exchange students from Guatemala for the past seven weeks. This week marks the final week the students will be attending the Acadia Parish schools before heading home Friday. Students include, from left, Gustavo “Gus” Godoy, Nicole Falla, Mario “Andy” Skinner-Klee, Marianelha “Ella” Montepeque, Lourdes Berreondo, Maria Paula Diaz (Rayne Catholic), Diego Reynoso and Helder “Chino” Torres.

For the final week, Notre Dame High School of Acadia Parish, St.

Action taken on policy changes

 It didn’t take long for the Acadia Parish School Board to get to work at the December general meeting Monday night.

Puissegur recalls ‘a date that will live in infamy’

Former U.S. Navy Radio Operator Bill Puissegur shows Crowley Librarian/Historian Ann Mire some pictures of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Today is the 73rd anniversary of the “date which will live in infamy.”

On Dec. 7, 1941, Rayne native Bill Puissegur, a 19-year-old U.S.

Rayne election results told

The Rayne City Council will have a new look for the coming term following Saturday's runoff election.


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