Shane Flaherty, left, a California native and Keith Lelievre of Mississippi carried some sheetrock Tuesday morning as they help to rebuild the home of an elderly Crowley woman who had yet to move home following the August flood.

Acadia Parish Sheriff KP Gibson, left photo, and Crowley Chief of Police Jimmy Broussard, right photo, discuss the goings-on of their agencies since taking office last year, and their future plans, during the Crowley Chamber of Commerce’s sold out Network@Noon event Friday.

Acadia Parish Sheriff KP Gibson, left photo, and Crowley Chief of Police Jimmy Broussard, right photo, discuss the goings-on of their agencies since taking office last year, and their future plans, during the Crowley Chamber of Commerce’s sold out Network@Noon event Friday.

News

King Cimmer LXII, Michael Shane Goff, and his Queen, Karen Badon Spaetgens

The Krewe of Town Revelers’ Carnival Ball was held on Saturday, Feb. 25 at the Rice Festival Building in Crowley.

CROWLEY – On Friday, Crowley Chief of Police Jimmy Broussard released a few tips for those attending Crowley’s Mardi Gras celebration, Carnival d’Acadie, that help those in attendance have a good t

The second annual Rayne Mardi Gras Parade is ready to roll down the streets of Rayne on Saturday, Feb. 25, at 3 p.m., according to Brian Mouton, 2017 parade chairman.

Sports

Iota’s Dylan Hebert goes up for a shot during a recent game. Hebert scored 18 points Friday in the Bulldogs’ 76-47 Class 3A playoff loss to No. 3 seed Carroll in Monroe.

MONROE – Undersized and outmatched.
That was the story for the Iota Bulldogs Friday in their Class 3A playoff opener at No. 3 seed Carroll.

Notre Dame’s John William Lamm goes up for a shot in the paint during the Pios’ 56-54 Division III playoff victory over Catholic High of New Iberia Friday. (Photo by Jason Faul)

CROWLEY – It had been six long years since the Notre Dame boys basketball team had been in postseason play.

Iota’s Whitney Landry pulls up for a shot Thursday during the Lady Dogs’ 71-64 overtime victory over Madison in a Class 3A quarterfinal contest.

IOTA – If there is one thing that the Iota Lady Bulldogs have been all season long, it has been resilient.

Columns

Sitting in an empty committee hearing room in the U.S. Senate in Washington, it struck me: We really are on our own with flood recovery. Three small-business representatives traveled to D.C.

There is no point denying or sugar-coating the plain fact that the voters this election year face a choice between two of the worst candidates in living memory.

Lifestyle

Mrs. Nicholas Anthony Walts

A seven o’clock evening Nuptial Mass on Friday, Jan. 27, 2017, at the Cathedral of St.

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Pat Andrepont, second from left, presented a program entitled “Reflections from the Road” at the February meeting of the Attakapas Study Club of Crowley. Welcoming her were hostesses Jackie Buescher, far left, Ella Mae Bertrand, far right, and Liz Regan, back.

The Attakapas Study Club of Crowley met on Feb. 8 at the home of Liz Regan, with thirteen members and two guests present.

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Shirley Griffin presented a program, “Meet Miss Gussie,” at the meeting of Laureate Mu Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi held at her home on Feb. 7.

Members of Laureate Mu Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met at the home of Shirley Griffin on Feb. 7.

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