RAYNE - During the September meeting of Arceneaux Post 77, American Legion, held Tuesday evening at the local Legion Home, Commander David Guidry announced a number of recently completed and upcomi
RAYNE - Returning from a summer hiatus, the board of directors of the Rayne Chamber of Commerce faced a full agenda for its September meeting.
RAYNE HIGH HOMECOMING COURT - Members of the Rayne High Homecoming Court, one of which will be crowned the 2018 Homecoming Queen Friday evening during the special halftime ceremonies of the Rayne-Erath football game, include, front row, from left, Caroline Zimmerman, Eleana Matte, Camille Boudreaux (sweetheart), Jayla Aucoin, Janette Wade; back row, Taiya McDowell, Alexis Hayes, Emma Pastor, Jade Louviere, Jessi Cary and Hanna Babineaux. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Lisa Soileaux)
Students, faculty and alumni are enjoying the traditional events and programs associated with Rayne High’s homecoming week.
Town Building Inspector Rodney Richard informed the Church Point Town Council that he will no longer enforce the International Property Maintenance Code during the council’s Sept.