Former Assistant District Attorney David Smith has been keeping busy moving into his new office this week following his election as Acadia Parish’s newest district judge.

After months on the campaign trail and countless public appearances, one might think that newly-elected David Smith may take a few days off to relax before he is sworn in as Acadia Parish’s newest district judge. However, he is still waiting for the chance. 
A Crowley woman has filed a lawsuit against the city, the police chief and two officers based on an admission in October by the city council that steps mandated by state law for the hiring and promotion of police officers had not been taken.

Rayne Rotary Club Past President Nick Simoneaux, right, spoke on district membership to the Rotary Club of Crowley’s meeting Tuesday. He was welcomed by Crowley Club President-Elect Pat Miers.

Though visiting Rotarians – in elected offices as well as just members – have long-since told the Rotary Club of Crowley it was doing well, the point was driven home Tuesday. “Y’all have a strong club here in Crowley,” said Nick Simoneaux.

Former Assistant District Attorney David Smith has been keeping busy moving into his new office this week following his election as Acadia Parish’s newest district judge.

Rayne Rotary Club Past President Nick Simoneaux, right, spoke on district membership to the Rotary Club of Crowley’s meeting Tuesday. He was welcomed by Crowley Club President-Elect Pat Miers.

Getting settled after busy year

Former Assistant District Attorney David Smith has been keeping busy moving into his new office this week following his election as Acadia Parish’s newest district judge.

After months on the campaign trail and countless public appearances, one might think that newly-elected David Smith may take a few days

Rotarians discuss membership locally, worldwide

Rayne Rotary Club Past President Nick Simoneaux, right, spoke on district membership to the Rotary Club of Crowley’s meeting Tuesday. He was welcomed by Crowley Club President-Elect Pat Miers.

Though visiting Rotarians – in elected offices as well as just members – have long-since told the Rotary Club of Crowle

Rotarians treated to book reading, Christmas songs

As program organizer, and “sound guy” Lee Lawrence, back, looks on author Leif Pederson ended his Rotary program Tuesday with a few Christmas songs.

It was only about one year ago that Leif Pederson was visiting with the Rotary Club of Crowley about his first book and his plans moving

Almost time to head home

Rayne Catholic and Notre Dame High have been among the schools playing host to foreign exchange students from Guatemala for the past seven weeks. This week marks the final week the students will be attending the Acadia Parish schools before heading home Friday. Students include, from left, Gustavo “Gus” Godoy, Nicole Falla, Mario “Andy” Skinner-Klee, Marianelha “Ella” Montepeque, Lourdes Berreondo, Maria Paula Diaz (Rayne Catholic), Diego Reynoso and Helder “Chino” Torres.

For the final week, Notre Dame High School of Acadia Parish, St.

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McNeese's Allison Baggett

FRISCO, Texas--  McNeese junior guard Allison Baggett has been named this week’s Southland Conference women’s basketball Player of the Week, as announced by the league office Monday.

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Elise Marie Puissegur

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