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William Gautreaux, center, sold his Grand Champion Steer to Supreme Rice (represented by Doug LaCombe, left), Cart Cattle Co. (represented b yPatrice LaCombe, right) and Mauboules Trust.

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THE POST-SIGNAL / Saja Hoffpauir
Winners of the 2021 NAUW - Crowley Branch Martin Luther King Poster Contest were, from left, Hazeal Walters, Ross Elementary, first place; Jaya Prejean, South Rayne, second place; and Max Comeaux, Ross Elementary, third place. Congratulating them is Ross Elementary Principal Paula Cutrer.

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THE POST-SIGNAL / Desiray Seaux
The Crowley Main Street organization recently received funds from the city of Crowley in order to continue efforts to promote and improve historic downtown Crowley. Those on hand for the presentation were, from left, Tourism Director Valerie Hoffpauir; Main Street board members Patty Lawrence, Nancy Loewer and Jill Habetz; Mayor Tim Monceaux; and Main Street board members Connie John; Darlene Thibodeaux; Claire Doré and Jeff Doré.

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Sheriff K.P. Gibson was guest speaker for the recent meeting of the Crowley Lions Club, explaining upgrades made and planned at the Acadia Parish office.




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