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William "Billy" Ray Allemond
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William "Billy" Ray Allemond INDIAN BAYOU - Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, August 16, 2022 at 11:00 am at Ebenezer Church of the Nazarene for William "Billy" Ray Allemond, 86, who died Thursday, August 11, 2022 at
Ray Aucoin begins first season at helm of Bulldogs
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THE POST-SIGNAL / D. Sexton Members of the Iota Bulldogs 2022 football coaching staff include, kneeling from left, Tristan Miller and Jacob Aguillard; standing, Chris Farlow, Kyle Smith, Ray Aucoin, Steven Thomas and Brian Keltner. IOTA – He is very familiar with the Bulldogs as Ray Aucoin joined the Iota staff as the defensive coordinator in...
Louisiana Athletics unveils stunning renovations to historic Earl K. Long Gymnasium
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LAFAYETTE – Louisiana Volleyball has a “new” home after historic Earl K.
Agnes Constantine Dupont
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Agnes Constantine Dupont RAYNE - Funeral services will be held on Saturday, August 13, 2022, at 12:00 pm at Gossen Funeral Home Chapel in Rayne, for Agnes Constantine Dupont, 95, who died Thursday, August 11, 2022 at Iberi
Rayne High FFA students attend National Land/Range Contest
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Members of the Rayne High FFA Land Judging Team join other students from around the nation in Oklahoma City during the National Land and Range Contest. While there, they tour a 20,000 acre beef cattle ranch in Ardmore, Okla., that raises cattle and produces wind energy supplying electricity to nearby towns and communities with the use of wind...
Rayne members attend, awarded at KPC National Convention
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Among those in attendance for the 91st Annual Knights of Peter Claver Convention held in Illinois were, from left, Very faithful past supreme purser Rhona Wyche, Faithful Navigator Stephanie A. Bernard, PVSLHilda Wiltz of Rayne, KPC National counselor of Junior Daughters Cheryl Flotte, Very Faithful Supreme Pilot DeBorah Smith of Rayne, all born in...
Ongoing, upcoming Legion events discussed by Post 77
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RAYNE - Following last month’s installation of new officers, Tuesday’s monthly meeting of Arceneaux Post 77, American Legion, heard plans for a number of ongoing and upcoming events/programs discus
New 2022-2023 school year begins August 17
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Rayne High School teachers, staff members and students were busy preparing with school activities this week (like taking ID pictures above) for the new 2022-2023 school year. The first day of class for Acadia Parish schools is Wednesday, Aug. 17. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Lisa Soileaux) RAYNE - In less than a week, school bells will be ringing at...
Rayne City Council discusses street projects, water plant update, ordinances
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RAYNE - Two major ongoing city-wide projects, in addition to upcoming street projects, were discussed during Monday’s City Council.
New board members welcomed during Rayne Chamber meeting
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Two new board members were welcomed during the August meeting held by the Rayne Chamber of Commerce. Welcoming the new board members was Chamber President Jeremy Lavergne, center, including Eric Berkin, left, and Meghan Stakes, right. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Lisa Soileaux) RAYNE - During the monthly meeting of the Rayne Chamber of Commerce held...
Orillion announces election bid for Rayne City Council’s Ward 4
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Jim "Boo" Orillion I, Jim “Boo” Orillion, a Rayne native and son of the late Jimmy and Olympe Orillion, am announcing my candidacy for Alderman of District 4 for the City of Rayne.
Community project ideas requested
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THE POST-SIGNAL / Steve Bandy A Town Hall meeting was hosted by District 1 Police Juror Walter Andrus at the Martin Luther King Center to receive input from constituents concerning the use of discretionary ARPA funds for a community project. Local and parish officials participating in the meeting included, seated from left, District 1 School...
Candidates’ Forum planned Aug. 24 at Grand Opera House
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CROWLEY - The Acadia Parish Chamber of Commerce Legislative Committee is planning a Candidates’ Forum to be held Wednesday, Aug. 24, at the Grand Opera House.
Art Association planning ‘unique’ fund-raising event
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The Crowley Art Association will be hosting a unique fund-raising event — “Appetite for Art - An evening of fine dining and visual arts!” — which will place local artwork in the homes of those atte
New Assistant District Attorneys are sworn in
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THE POST-SIGNAL / Claudette Olivier New assistant district attorney Gale Luqette, center, is sworn in by Judge Scott Privat as Luqette’s wife, Katti, holds the Bible. Luqette was sworn in on Thursday, Aug. 4. THE POST-SIGNAL / Claudette Olivier New assistant district attorney Parker R. Mitchell, center, is sworn in by Judge Scott Privat as...
NAUW ‘Hall of Famer’
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SUBMITTED PHOTO During the 73rd National Biennial National Association of University Women, Inc., Convention in Tallahassee, Florida, Crowley was well represented with presentations and praise for the outstanding work that the local chapter has done in the community. Dr. Ezora Proctor, left, was presented the Leadership Hall of Fame award and the...
Lady Pios dominate All-Acadia Parish softball team
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CROWLEY – Acadia Parish was loaded with talent during the 2022 prep softball season and it was obvious when every single high school made it to postseason play.
Gents go back to basics in opening week
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THE POST-SIGNAL / Chris Quebedeaux Crowley High’s Michael Thomas hauls in a pass during the first week of August camp. CROWLEY – The Crowley Gents just wrapped up their first week of August camp in preparation for the 2022 prep football season and for second-year head coach Kyron Benoit, it was all about going back
LSU opens first training camp under Brian Kelly
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BATON ROUGE – LSU coach Brian Kelly and the Tigers officially opened preseason practice here Thursday afternoon with a shorts and helmets workout indoors at the Charles McClendon Practice Facility.
Police, Fire departments busy during month of July
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CROWLEY - July was a busy month for the Crowley Police Department, and with the 2022 - 2023 school year about to kick off, it doesn’t look to be slowing down much.
Friday morning raid nets one arrest, narcotics seizure
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Brice George CROWLEY - Months of undercover investigation led to the arrest of a suspected drug dealer and the seizure of a large amount of illegal drugs Friday morning.
APSO Daily Bookings: Aug. 2 - 4
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August 2 • Kaden Daigle, Rayne: Arrested by Acadia Parish Sheriff’s Office for felony illegal possession of stolen things.
Lula Hoffpauir enjoys special 100th birthday
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Lula Hoffpauir RAYNE - Mrs. Lula Mae Hoffpauir of Rayne, was honored on Saturday, July 30, during a family birthday party in her honor celebrating her 100th birthday.
Sports Briefs
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An ‘s’ and ‘q’ night
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THE POST-SIGNAL / Claudette Olivier Acadia Parish Sheriff’s Deputy Hunter Richard and his K9 Deputy Django as one of the sheriff office’s two deputy-canine teams. Django is trained for narcotics and apprehension. ACADIA PARISH - Slow and quiet — two words never to be uttered in a law enforcement vehicle while on duty lest the shift be...