Work on the reconstruction and overlay of U.S.
The cast of the 2018 Dancing with the Stars has been revealed. Those who will be dancing include first row from left, Glen E. Howie Jr., Joseph Artall, Dr. Lindsey Frugé, Ethan Theriot, Lana Fontenot, Bryan Comeaux, Skeat Thibodeaux, Angie Goff, Lenora Gonzales, Nikki Trahan, Katherine Shea Duncan, Erica Venable, Tiffany Gates, Amy Menard and Tyler Wilson; second row from left, Greg Hollier, Cassie James, Tyler J. Boullion, Ashley Russell, Dr. Stuart Taylor, Dr. John Gonzalez, Lauren Casanova, Chad Monceaux, Nick Vincent, Troy Breaux and LaKayla Stelly.
The Rotary Club of Crowley and Community Outreach Corp. are bringing back Dancing With the Stars, with a full cast being announced for the November production.
For a little more than a month, Lisa McNeely, director of the Acadia Parish Police Jury’s Community Clinic in Rayne, has been going back and forth with federal officials concerning an amendment to
THE POST-SIGNAL / Steve Bandy
Superintendent Johnny Bourque, who is retiring that position at the end of this month, was surprised at a reception Wednesday at the Acadia Parish Alternative Education Center when personnel — past and present — turned out to recognize his contributions to education in Acadia Parish. Upon entering the cafeteria Wednesday, among those on hand to surprise Bourque were his wife Peggy and grandson Logan Carrier.
It wasn’t so much a retirement party as it was a “thank you” banquet when Superintendent John Bourque was surprised by school board staff and personnel — past and present — Wednesday at the Acadia