Since taking over management of Acadia General Hospital (AGH) in June 2014, Lafayette General Health (LGH) has invested over $16 million in operations, equipment and capital improvements around the
MEMBERSHIP RECOGNITION: Clarence Arsement, center, was recognized for 52 years of continuous membership in the American Legion during the January meeting of Arceneaux Post 77. Making the presentation to Arsement were Commander David Simon, left, and Membership Chairman Ray Olinger. (Acadian-Tribune photo by Steve Bandy)
With some effort — including phone calls to the national American Legion headquarters in Washington, D.C. — Clarence Arsement is receiving the recognition he deserves.
CLEANEST CITY entry fee for the upcoming 2017 judging was presented by Mayor Pro-Tem Lendell “Pete” Babineaux to members of the Rayne Garden Club during Monday night’s City Council meeting. On hand for the presentation were, from left, Rayne Garden Club member Fran Bihm, Rayne Garden Club President Sepha Guidry, Rayne Garden Club Cleanest City Chairperson Lisa Soileaux, and Babineaux. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Steve Bandy)
Detailed plans for the second annual Rayne Mardi Gras Parade were aired during Tuesday night’s meeting of the Rayne city Council.
CROWLEY- Election of officers highlights an otherwise routine meeting of the Acadia Parish Police Jury here Tuesday night.
Denizens of the deep took over the Civic Center Saturday night as members of Rayne’s Krewe de Joie de Vie staged their third annual Mardi Gras Ball, this year with the theme “Seas the Night.”