Trahan may face more charges

Though it is unknown if Maxine Trahan will face more charges, a Louisiana Legislative Audit has shed more light on the former deputy’s alleged transgressions.
In its report, the legislative auditor found that the Acadia Parish Sheriff’s Office received $194,900 in seized cash assets form local law enforcement agencies from Jan. 21, 2003, through Feb. 3, 2016, that were not deposited into the District Attorney’s Special Asset Forfeiture Fund, as required by state law.

While many were on hand to see South Louisiana Community College name Elder Outreach as its inaugural Benefactor of the Year, Chancellor Dr. Natalie Harder and Executive Director Lana Fontenot, third and fourth from left, respectively, presented the award to, from left, Elder Outreach’s CEO Chris McMorris and Regional Administrator Jude Sittig.

The students at SLCC-Acadian Campus nurse assistant and practical nursing programs were on hand to thank Elder Outreach for their continued support.

SLCC names Elder Outreach its Benefactor of the Year

There was a bit of theme emerging with the stories that South Louisiana Community College’s Executive Director Lana Fontenot, Chancellor Dr.

2017 Acadia Parish Farm Bureau Queen Alyssa Nicole Williams

Present for the Sunday, Jan. 8, annual meeting of the Acadia Parish Farm Bureau were, from left, Jimmie Pellerin, Al Cramer, Jarrod Breaux and Gerard Frey, APFB board members; 2017 APFB Queen Alyssa Nicole Williams; Kim Frey, board president; and Tommy Frey, board secretary. Also present but not pictured was Mike Habetz, who prepared the meal for the evening.

Also on hand for the Acadia Parish Farm Bureau’s annual meeting and the crowning of its new queen on Sunday, Jan. 8, were Women’s Committee members, from left, Charlene Pellerin, Eldine Richard and Cathy Habetz (federation secretary, queen’s director and emcee for the evening); 2017 APFB Queen Allyssa Nicole Williams; and Suzy Webb (agency manager).

Acadia Parish Farm Bureau holds annual meeting

The Acadia Parish Farm Bureau held its annual meeting at its Crowley offices on Sunday, Jan. 8.


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