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The Crowley Main Street Program has again been nationally accredited. At the Accreditation Awards program recently in Baton Rouge are, from left, Kristin Sanders, assistant secretary, Louisiana Office of Cultural Development; L.J. Gielen, treasurer, Crowley Main Street Board of Directors; Connie John, president, Crowley Main Street Board of Directors; and Ray W. Scriber, Louisiana Main Street Director.

Efforts recognized

Crowley Main Street has been designated as an accredited Main Street America Program for meeting rigorous performance standards set by the National Main Street Center.

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THE POST-SIGNAL / Steve Bandy
Trooper First Class Thomas Gossen, public information officer for Louisiana State Police Troop I, spoke this week to the Crowley Lions Club. Gossen touched on a variety of subjects, ranging from seat belt use to impaired driving.

TFC Gossen addresses Lions Club

Cell phones are probably the single most dangerous and overused distraction of drivers in Louisiana, according to Trooper First Class Thomas Gossen, public information officer for Louisiana State P

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