LOUISIANA - A normally quiet Sunday morning in the state capital was shattered when a Missouri man ambushed and killed three law enforcement office
FOR VETERANS PARK: Three donations totalling $4,000 were presented to the Veterans Park Task Force during the July meeting of the Rayne City Council. All three donations were from members of the Privat family. On hand to accept the funds were, from left, veterans Mike Bourque, Robert Comeaux and Larry Guidry, task force chairman; Mayor Chuck Robichaux and veterans Andrus Fontenot, James Montgomery and Bob Landry. (Acadian-Tribune photo by Steve Bandy)
Funding efforts for the Rayne Veterans Park got an unexpected boost in the form of recent donations from members of the Privat family.
Motorized wheelchairs/scooters and riding lawnmowers on city streets are nuisances to drivers, but, at present, there’s little that can be done to
CROWLEY - The Acadia Parish Sanitary Landfill may be open only six days a week in the foreseeable future.
Work has begun on Veterans Park.
Earth-moving equipment was at the site last Thursday morning (July 7), marking the beginning of construction at the long-awaited park.
RAYNE - Arceneaux Post No. 77 and Auxiliary Unit No. 77 of the American Legion held a joint installation of officers Tuesday evening, July 5, at the American Legion Home.
Following the presentation of colors for the 2016 event, Chaplain Robert Comeaux offered the opening prayer. Commander David Simon led the Pledge of Allegiance.
Final plans are complete and details are being finalized for the 2016 Miss Rayne Pageant, according to Suzette Leonards, pageant director.
As late as Monday some Rayne citizens were just receiving their utility bills — something that normally occurs on or very close to the first of eac
Mayor Charles “Chuck” Robichaux said he will not be intimidated by the organizers of a couple of social media sites who have consistently accused h