QUANTICO, VA - Jason Lopez, a former sports editor for the Rayne Acadian-Tribune and long-time resident of Rayne, earned promotion to Major in the
This year’s Frog Festival Grand Parade Marshal Pat Bordes II was cited for his community involvement and contributing to job creation when he was n
NEW FROG FESTIVAL ROYALTY - Selected during Saturday’s Frog Festival Pageant and Ball held at the Rayne Civic Center to represent the City of Rayne and the Frog Festival were, from left, Ms. Frog Festival Queen Rachel Guidry, Miss Frog Festival Queen Drew Racca, Teen Frog Festival Queen Fallyn Gonsoulin, and Jr. Frog Festival Queen Janci Aubé.
Not one, but four beauties were named the new 2016-2017 Rayne Frog Festival royalty on Saturday, March 19, during the 2016 Frog Festival Queen’s Pa
Due to brisk afternoon winds and the saturated ground resulting from recent rains, a large tree fell across a mobile home located on the 500 block of Section Street Thursday afternoon, trapping six people inside. All occupants, four adults and two children, were rescued from the mobile home, examined and released. Assisting with the rescue were members of the Rayne Police Department, Rayne Volunteer Fire and Rescue, and Acadian Ambulance.
Due to brisk afternoon winds and the saturated ground resulting from recent rains, a large tree fell across a mobile home located on the 500 block
THE POST-SIGNAL / Saja Hoffpauir
Cast members of “The Awesome 80s Prom” include, front row from left, Da’Markus Zenon, Emma Istre, Kaleb Sharon, Reginald Allen, Ashley Turner; back row, Kimberly Sharon, Tori Bourque, Lily Mire, Jason Werth Jr., Amanda Caldwell, Kiara Brown, Morgan Narby, Taya Hollier, Jennifer Mire and Robyn LaPointe. The production team includes Waylon Gotte (director), Jeannine LeJeune (assistant director), P.E. Ronkartz (producer), Samantha Leger (lights and sound and hair and makeup) and Olivia Doucet (hair and makeup).
The Acadia Players are ready to take the stage Friday night, this time with “The Awesome 80s Prom.”