Rice Festival

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THE POST-SIGNAL / Desiray Seaux
Superintendent Scott Richard and wife Mary crowned the 2018 Junior Rice Festival King and Queen during ceremonies on the Supreme Rice Sound Stage Friday morning. The new queen is Blair Wallace from Egan Elementary. The new king is Daxton Broussard of St. Francis Elementary.

Broussard, Wallace selected as IRF Junior King and Queen

Crowned as the 81st International Rice Festival Junior King and Queen are second grader Daxton Glen Broussard, son of Melanie and Shawn Broussard, of St.

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THE POST-SIGNAL / Desiray Seaux
The 2018 Crowley Post-Signal Rice and Creole Cookbook has been dedicated to longtime rice industry leader William A. “Bill” Doré. Among those on hand for the announcement and presentation Tuesday morning at the newspaper office were, front from left, Post-Signal staff members Chris Quebedeaux, Kathy Duncan, Sherry Evans and Janet Doucet, Honoree Bill Doré and wife Debbie, and Post-Signal Publisher Harold Gonzales; back from left, staff members Shantelle Breaux and Hazel Nolan.

2018 souvenir edition dedicated to rice industry leader Bill Doré

Each year, in conjunction with the annual International Rice Festival, The Crowley Post-Signal publishes its Rice and Creole Cookbook.


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