Iota’s Madeline Gatte closed out her prep career with numerous accolades, including being named as the Most Valuable Player in District 5-3A after leading the Lady Bulldogs to share of the league t
Members of the 2018 Leadership EXCEL class who recently participated in an Education and Workforce Development session include, front from left, Dale Robertson-Agosto, Griffith Lumber; Ali Klentzman, Acadia General Hospital; Jenny Foreman, Bank of Commerce and Trust; back from left, Rachel Broussard, Acadia-St. Landry Hospital; Candi Richard, Church Point Wholesale; Megan Malmay, Crowley Chamber of Commerce; Tiffany Richey, Educational Professional; Chance Oustalet, Bubba Oustalet Chevrolet Cadillac, Kayla Duhon, Dugas Soileau and Breaux CPA Firm; Tears Mickens, J.D. Bank; Brian Oustalet, Bubba Oustalet Automotive Group; Chris Kratzer, Acadia General Hospital; Angie Bourgeois, Central Rayne Kindergarten; Jeremy Leleux, First National Bank; and Jay Domingue, REACH4 Communications.
The Leadership EXCEL program hosted this year’s third session focusing on Education and Workforce Development.
Earlier this week the Crowley City Council Committee meeting was filled with action packed discussions.
Crime Stoppers of Acadia Parish is asking for the public’s help to solve a crime.
THE POST-SIGNAL / Desiray Seaux
The Crowley Rotary Club welcomed Pete Croughan, Louisiana Department of Health Chief of Staff, for an update on cancer care in Louisiana. Those on hand for the meeting were, from left, Suzy Webb, president-elect; Croughan, Louisiana Department of Health, guest speaker; Sue Croghan and Dr. Tim Croghan, of the Louisiana State University Rice Experiment Station, vocational speaker.
Louisiana does not have different cancer than other places, however, statistics show a much later diagnoses for patients in the Sportsman’s Paradise.