Estherwood native Chris Meaux, the man who created the WAITR app that has “revolutionized dinner time and food delivery”, will be the latest person to address OncAcadia’s business series.
The Rice Arena will be busy this weekend with the start of the annual Acadia Parish Junior Livestock Show and Sale.
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).
The Acadia Parish Farm Bureau held its annual meeting at its Crowley offices on Sunday, Jan. 8.
A male subject, identified as Corey Cormier, is in stable condition after being the victim in a shooting Sunday morning in the 300 block of Westwood Drive.
A man who had plans to rob a couple of local financial institutions, found that he had “bit off more than he could chew” when he found that the financial institutions were “on his tail.”