With a near flawless performance last week against Welsh, Notre Dame has clinched at least a share of the District 6-2A title and appears to have locked up the top seed in the power rankings.
The Pine Prairie Panthers haven’t exactly been world beaters over the course of the 2017 prep football season.
The Crowley Boxing Club traveled to Houma Saturday, Oct. 28, to fight in the Extreme Boxing Club’s Night of Champions Show. The team includes, first row from left, Joe Lewis Jr., Devon Ceasar, La’Qualin Scott, Jeremiah Marceaux; second row, Coach Arthur Scott, Saja Hoffpauir, Brylan Ardoin and LaQwan Scott.
On Saturday, Oct. 28, the Crowley Boxing Club took home the Team Trophy after traveling to Houma to compete in the Extreme Boxing Club’s Night of Champions show.
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Among the community leaders and dignitaries on hand for Monday night’s West Crowley Town Hall Meeting were, seated from left, Cheryl Shelvin Lewis, Crowley Alderwoman Dr. Ezora J. Proctor, Barbara Morgan, Bishop Louis Dugar, Rev. Sherard Joseph and Barbara Poullard; first row standing, Acadia Parish School Board member Bishop James Proctor, Keith Matthews, Chris Mayfield, Rev. Larry Guidry, Crowley Chief of Police Jimmy Broussard, Rev. Brian Minix and Alderman Vernon Martin; second row standing, Tyrone Glover, Rev. Ivan Lewis, Rev. Corwin Morgan and NAACP Crowley Branch President Walter Andrus.
The West Crowley Advisory Board held a Town Hall meeting on Tuesday with an emphasis on three main issues: the importance of getting out to vote, making the public aware of the health care options
The 14th annual Crowley Gumbo cook-off was extremely successful.