Crowley Police have arrested a known felon in the City of Crowley.
NATIONAL BAND HONOR - Nick Arnaud, seated center, was named a 2017 U.S. Army All-American Marching Band member during Tuesday afternoon ceremonies held at Rayne High School. Among those in attendance were, seated from left, RHS Band Director Adrian Alba, Arnaud, NIcci Arnaud, mother; standing, Sgt. Steve Mercier, Staff Sgt. Blake Sistrunk, Lt. Sgt. Lawrence House and Staff Sgt. Rod Rodriguez. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Lisa Soileaux)
The U.S. Army All-American Bowl presented by American Family Insurance Selection Tour visited Rayne High School on Tuesday (Oct.
PLANNING PROMOTION: Representatives of a number of local businesses met recently with chamber and city officials at the Rayne Chamber of Commerce office to plan a “Noel on the Trail” Christmas shop-locally Christmas promotion to be staged Dec. 1, 2 and 3. Among those heading up the planning session were, seated from left, Morgan Meche, Beverly Rayon, Fran Bihm, Nikki Link (holding Eliette) and Suzette Leonards; standing from left, Jill Hallahan, Mitch Richard, Lisa Mergist, Melissa Davis, Lauren Credeur, Ann Palmer, Cynthia Beslin, Gerald Alsandor and Larry Poirrer. (Acadian-Tribune photo by Josie Henry)
A citywide Christmas promotion will be hosted by Rayne businesses on Thursday through Saturday, Dec. 1-3.
If it wasn’t apparent before, people across the area, are taking notice of the Nov. 8 election.
Last week, Registar of Voters Billie Meyer hoped that the parish would see a healthy early voting turnout. Safe to say the parish is getting that in spades.
Sixty-five years after dying in a prisoners of war camp during the Korean War, Sgt. 1st Class Lawrence "Mike" Smith was returned to his hometown of Crowley Wednesday.