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Walter Peat, right, CubSight Program coordinator for Louisiana, was the keynote speaker for the Tuesday meeting of the Crowley Lions Club. Peat, accompanied by his wife Melinda, former state director for hearing, speech and vision, recognized the local club for its efforts in child eye screening. Welcoming the couple to the meeting is Lions Club President Keith Frederick.

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One of the biggest draws at Saturday’s Kids’ Day on Main Street event was The Dinosaur Experience— a “live” T-Rex greeting chidlren of all ages along North Parkerson Avenue. Here, one tyke appears apprehensive of the prehistoric visitor while another (in stroller) looks to be more irritated with the dinosaur’s presence.

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THE POST-SIGNAL / Desiray Seaux
A Crowley man died in a fire in the 600 block of West 11th Street Monday night. Crowley firefighters were called to the site. The State Fire Marshal’s Office says deputies are investigating the cause of the fire, which happened about 8:45 p.m. Investigators say two people were in the home at the time of the fire. One escaped unharmed. The victim is believed to be the home’s 70-year-old male tenant. The investigation into the fire is ongoing.





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