Saturday’s special election will be remembered for having extremely low voter turnout .
THE POST-SIGNAL / Howell Dennis
On Thursday, members of the Crowley Police Department, the Crowley Optimist Club and the Rice Festival Association gathered at the police department to announce their finalized plans for protecting children during this year’s festival. Among those in attendance were, kneeling, Stacy Prejean. Standing, from the left, were Chad Monceaux, Rice Festival Association; Cathy McDougle, Crowley Police Department; Crowley Chief of Police Jimmy Broussard; Shirley Bratton, Optimist Club; and Chad Gibson, Crowley Police Dept. Standing in the door of the bus is Officer Wayne Perry with the Crowley Police Department.
On Thursday, members of the Crowley Optimistic Club, the Rice Festival Association and the Crowley Police Department were on hand to announce their finalized plans for the missing child program tha
THE POST-SIGNAL / Desiray Seaux
Bayou Broadway Productions has announced auditions for its upcoming production of Little Women, the Broadway musical based on the timeless American novel by Louisa May Alcott.
THE POST-SIGNAL / Danette Bourque
On hand for the presentation of the Star Council Award to Knights of Columbus Council; #5499 were, seated from left, Joe Morgan, Andrus Bertrand, District Deputy John Hains, Grand Knight E.J. Marceaux Jr., Al Gibson, Mike McBride; standing, Jacob Marceaux, Bart Wild, Paul Thibodeaux, Fr. Jason Vidrine, Bradley Lacomb, Don LeLeux, Paul Hebert and Ken Dugas.
Knights of Columbus Council #5499 of Crowley has earned the distinction of Star Council, one of the Knights of Columbus organization’s top awards, for the 2016-2017 fraternal year.