Windows were blown out their pane at Shetler-Corley.

Thursday evening saw a weather system moved into the area and caused extensive damage to a few businesses in the city of Crowley. Particularly, the 1600 block of North Parkerson Avenue saw a brunt of the damage with signs being dismantled and window panes blown completely out.

Built in 1929 to replace the first wood frame structure, the brick and mortar Presbyterian church that many have always known to stand at 321 E. Fourth St. in Crowley is as much part of First Presbyterian Church’s rich 125-year history as the people who helped build it.

When members of the First Presbyterian Church congregation began worshipping together in Crowley in 1890, they could only hope their flock would grow and continue worshipping for many years to come.
After months of confusion, the dust is settling in the student right to privacy laws presented by Rep. John Schroder, R-Covington. Attorney General James “Buddy” Caldwell has provided some clarity with help from the Louisiana School Board Association in an opinion issued Wednesday.

Windows were blown out their pane at Shetler-Corley.

Built in 1929 to replace the first wood frame structure, the brick and mortar Presbyterian church that many have always known to stand at 321 E. Fourth St. in Crowley is as much part of First Presbyterian Church’s rich 125-year history as the people who helped build it.

Property damaged in severe storm

Windows were blown out their pane at Shetler-Corley.

Thursday evening saw a weather system moved into the area and caused extensive damage to a few businesses in the city of Crowley.

St. Leo feast day observed

BISHOP GLENN JOHN PREVOST of the Diocese of Lake Charles and a former pastor of St. Leo IV Church was among the religious who participated in the celebration Sunday, July 19, in Roberts Cove marking the feast day of St. Leo IV, patron saint of the congregation. Pictured in front, from left, are Sister Margaret Ohlenforst, Sister Clare Cramer and Sister, Mildred Leonards, while standing, from left, are Father Paul Broussard, the pastor, Joshua LeBlanc, Bishop Provost, Father William Blanda, pastor of St. Peter Church in New Iberia who celebrated the Mass, and Deacon Jay Bergeron of Lafayette. Not pictured is Seminarian Brent Didier, a member of the St. Leo IV parish.

Looking good for 125

Built in 1929 to replace the first wood frame structure, the brick and mortar Presbyterian church that many have always known to stand at 321 E. Fourth St. in Crowley is as much part of First Presbyterian Church’s rich 125-year history as the people who helped build it.

When members of the First Presbyterian Church congregation began worshipping together in Crowley in 1890, they could only hope their flock would gr

Boys/Girls State held at Northwestern, Rayne’s Alleman attends

PREPARE FOR BOYS STATE TRIP - Rayne’s Evan Alleman, center, joins other Acadia Parish students for their trip to Natchitoches for their participation in the 2015 Boys State program held on the Northwestern State University campus

NATCHITOCHES – The Louisiana Boys and Louisiana Girls State leadership and citizenship programs took place on the campus of Northwestern State Univ

2015 Children’s Fishing Derby winners announced

CHILDREN’S FISHING DERBY WINNERS - The City of Rayne was again joined by community partners (Acadiana Sportman’s League, Rayne Lions Club and Maison d’Memoire) and hosted the 2015 Annual Children’s Fishing Derby on Saturday, July 11, at the ponds located on the grounds of Maison d’Memoire at 8450 Roberts Cove Road (Hwy. 98). Category winners and hosts included, seated from left, Isabella Reiners and Isabella Trahan (0-5 years), Jace Freeman and Drake Bellard (6-8 years); standing front row, Lions Club member Craig Houston, Mackenzie Olinger and William Guidry (9-12 years), Nolan Olinger and Luke Guidry (13-15 years), and City of Rayne Chairman Suzette Leonards; back row, ASL member Joe Guidry, Mayor Chuck Roichaux, and ASL members Charles Trahan and Dee DeRouren. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Josie Henry)

The City of Rayne was again joined by community partners Acadiana Sportman’s League, Rayne Lions Club and Maison d’Memoire, to host the 2015 Annual

Rotary Club assembles plan for new year

Lily Smith, a senior at Crowley High, recently participated in RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Award) Camp and spoke Tuesday at the Rotary Club of Crowley’s meeting.

At the beginning of every Rotary year, it’s tasked to the president of the club and its members to formulate a plan to create a successful year.
Tuesday, that was Crowley’s assignment in lieu of a typical meeting.
There was, however, a guest speaker on hand.

Family keepsake goes national

David and Wendy Moore with a copy of their family cookbook "Moore Recipes to Love."

David Moore’s passion for cooking was not handed down from a family of restauranteurs, nor was it from living in an area known for it’s wonderful cuisine.
Quite simply, it was born out of necessity.

Miss Crowley royalty crowned

2015 Junior Miss Crowley Jadyn Devillier, 2015 Miss Crowley Heather Trahan and 2015 Teen Miss Crowley Alyssa Williams

CROWLEY - The Grand Opera House was filled with beauty and glamour Saturday night as it served as the venue for the 2015 Miss, Teen Miss and Junior

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CHILDREN’S FISHING DERBY WINNERS - The City of Rayne was again joined by community partners (Acadiana Sportman’s League, Rayne Lions Club and Maison d’Memoire) and hosted the 2015 Annual Children’s Fishing Derby on Saturday, July 11, at the ponds located on the grounds of Maison d’Memoire at 8450 Roberts Cove Road (Hwy. 98). Category winners and hosts included, seated from left, Isabella Reiners and Isabella Trahan (0-5 years), Jace Freeman and Drake Bellard (6-8 years); standing front row, Lions Club member Craig Houston, Mackenzie Olinger and William Guidry (9-12 years), Nolan Olinger and Luke Guidry (13-15 years), and City of Rayne Chairman Suzette Leonards; back row, ASL member Joe Guidry, Mayor Chuck Roichaux, and ASL members Charles Trahan and Dee DeRouren. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Josie Henry)

The City of Rayne was again joined by community partners Acadiana Sportman’s League, Rayne Lions Club and Maison d’Memoire, to host the 2015 Annual Children’s Fishing Derby on Saturday, July 11, at

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THE POST-SIGNAL / Jeannine LeJeune
On Saturday, June 25, the winners of the Crowley Art Association’s 2015 Rice Capital Juried Art Competition were honored at a wine and cheese gala held at The Gallery in Crowley. Among those being honored in the adult categories were, front row, Mack Money – honorable mention Portraits/Figures; standing from left, Brandon Faulk – Best of Show/first place Portraits/Figures, second place Animals/Wildlife, second place Landscapes/Seascapes, honorable mention Experimental; John Kurtz - third place Landscapes/Seascapes; Dale Pousson – first place Animals/Wildlife, first place Landscapes/Seascapes, first place Still Life/Floral; Helen Thibodeaux – third place Adult Student; Rosslyn Moore – first place Adult Student; Lyn Fontenot – honorable mention Experimental; Virginia Duson – second place Adult Student; Linda Wyant – second place Adult Student; Patricia S. Cook – honorable mention Still Life/Floral; and Bob Adams – first place Photography.

Obituaries

Emma Lee Sanches, born Dec. 14, 1921, passed away July 28, 2015. She was the daughter of Gaston and Beatrice LeBlanc; wife of Joe; and mother of Gail, Chip, David and Jeff.

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