Kenny Henderson will no longer be the executive director of the LHSAA, effective, Friday, Oct. 24. After several meetings, including two this week, the Louisiana High School Athletic Association Executive Committee met again Thursday. Henderson tendered his resignation effective Oct. 24.

Kevin Moody named Civic Cup Award winner.

Businessman Kevin Moody has been named the winner of the 2014 Civic Cup award.
The grades are in and Acadia Parish has improved its District Performance Score and held its “B” letter grade. Up from 87.3 in 2013, Acadia drew an 89.7 DPS in 2014, both of which show the school district as a “B” district. The district is now just ahead of the state average of 89.2.

Kevin Moody named Civic Cup Award winner.

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Zappi talks engineering, partnerships with Rotary Club

Dr. Mark E. Zappi, center, dean of the University of Louisiana of Lafayette’s engineering program, spoke to the Rotary Club of Crowley Tuesday. Welcoming him and his program were President Mary Zaunbrecher, left, and program organizer Katie Chiasson.

One thing became abundantly evident at Tuesday’s Rotary Club of Crowley meeting, the University of Louisiana at Lafayette’s engineering program is a huge asset to the state.

78th Rice Festival queen crowned

78th International Rice Festival Queen Allison "Ali" Hoffpauir

It was a gorgeous morning Saturday as the 78th International Rice Festival Queen was selected from a bevy of outstanding candidates to represent “The King and Queen of Grains” throughout the coming year.

Crowning moment: Vivian Barousse, Cameron Stelly named junior royalty Friday

From left, it was a Redemptorist Catholic sweep when Cameron Stelly and Vivian Barrouse were crowned the Junior King and Queen of the 78th International Rice Festival. Stelly is the son of Kelly Stelly and the late Corey Stelly. Barousse is the daughter of Robby and Mandy Barousse.

The International Rice Festival has new junior royalty that reigned over the 2014 Children’s Parade and will continue to do so throughout the year.

Notre Dame Homecoming Queen named, events enjoyed

ALINE MARIE GOSSEN, right, daughter of Jason and Amy Gossen, was crowned 2014 Notre Dame High Homecoming Queen during ceremonies at halftime of Friday night’s football game. Crowning this year’s royalty was Margaret Hundley, the 2005 homecoming queen. (Petry Photography)

 

UPDATE: sunday shooting victim dies

The Crowley Police Department has announced that the victim in Sunday's shooting died. ---Crowley Police are currently investigating a shooting incident which occurred shortly before 5 p.m. Sunday in the 600 block of West Seventh Street.

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On hand for the Crowley Garden Club’s October meeting were, from left, Joan Hoffpauer, Bobbie delaHoussaye, Isabella delaHoussaye, Georgie Petitjean, Judy Lejeune, Gall, McBride, Janis Coignard and Marlene Brantley.

The October meeting of the Crowley Garden Club was held at the home of Sissy Gall, who, along with Ruth McBride, treated the members to a variety of sandwiches and sweets.

Obituaries

Funeral services will be held Friday, Oct. 24, at 11 a.m. in the Chapel of Geesey-Ferguson Funeral Home for Alfred J. Simoneaux, 69, who died Monday, Oct. 20, 2014, at 7:25 p.m.

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