The Crowley and Rayne chambers of commerce are reminding any Acadia Parish residents who wish to attend tomorrow (Thursday) morning’s Acadia Parish Legislative Breakfast that the final day to regis
In June of last year, the cat was let out of the bag: Fiber was coming to Estherwood.
THE POST-SIGNAL / Howie Dennis
Among those in attendance at the recent planning meeting for the Thursday, May 4, National Day of Prayer to be held at the International Rice Festival Building were, seated from left, Pastor Mike Guidry, Peggy Sandidge, Stacey Prejean, Antoinette Pete, Leighla Taunton; standing, Pastor Chad Boudreaux, Keith Prejean, Kyle Prejean, Norma Washington, Stephanie Romero, Pastor Jimmy Broussard, Karen Bailey, Mark Harris and Erick Loewer. Also present but not pictured was Christie Brammer. The next planning meeting is set for Thursday April 20.
Planning is already underway for Crowley’s celebration of the National Day of Prayer, which is set for Thursday, May 4.
According to reports from one news outlet, a Crowley Police officer was shot and is in stable, but guarded, condition after an incident Wednesday night in the 400 block of Josey Street.
DUSON - Several Progressive Waste trucks caught fire at the plant early Saturday, according to Duson Police Chief Kip Judice.
No injuries were reported.