From the cool, Friday night air to the scoreless first quarter, a true football fan knew Rayne’s 28-27 win over Eunice High was going to be the things that Friday night football was made of.
Though she needed to condense her typical hour long presentation down to less than half that time, Georgiana Kibodeaux knew she needed to stick wit
Eleven Crowley High seniors comprise this year’s homecoming court at the school. They include, first row from left, from left, DeAndre’a Winters, Madelyn Hanks, Vanessa Taylor, Mallarie Leleux, Savannaha Alleman, Alexis Bernard, and Miya Augustus; back row, Saddie Brooks (football sweetheart), Maya Clement, Jeanne Miller, Tra’Naye Brooks and Allison Smith. (Photo courtesy Petry Photography)
Crowley High School will celebrate Homecoming 2016 with the theme “CHS in Wonderland.”
HOMECOMING COURT AND ESCORTS - Members of the 2016 Rayne High Homecoming Court, along with their senior football escorts, are readying for Friday’s Homecoming Game when the Wolves will host DeQuincy High. The special halftime ceremonies will see one of the 12 young ladies crowned the new Homecoming Queen. Court members and their escorts include, front row, from left, Jada Castille, Tajané Butler, Naomie Istre, Madison Lavergne, Brooklyn Mire; second row Chloe Duhon, Brailey Guidry, Blaire Thibodeaux, Whitney Comeaux; third row, Kalon Byrd, Natalie Alleman, Destiny Alleman; first row escorts, Jake Richard, Torin Benoit, Antwuan Espree, Donald Doucet, Cameron Gibson, Gavin Arceneaux; back row, DJ Stelly, Richard Breaux, Cooper Bourque, Timi Bruce and Jaylon Reed. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Lisa Soileaux)
Traditional events and programs associated with Rayne High’s homecoming week are being enjoyed on and off campus throughout the week.
Constitution Week, celebrated annually during the week of September 17-23, is the commemoration of America’s most important document.
U.S. FLAGS PRESENTED - Robert Comeaux, center, president of the local Woodmen of the World Chapter, presented a United States Flag to the Rayne Police Department and the Rayne Volunteer Fire Department during the annual 9-11 Remembrance program held at the Legion Home. Accepting the flags were Rayne Fire Chief Allen “Noochie” Credeur, left, and Rayne Police Lt. Ryan Charles, right. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Lisa Soileaux)
RAYNE - During Thursday’s monthly meeting of the local Woodmen of the World Chapter, a solemn ceremony was held at the Legion Home in observance of
The majority of Monday’s City Council meeting was dedicated to discussions and reports of the recent flooding that blanketed southern Louisiana, i