Sunday Jul 6
Bike race today between Arnaudville, Grand Coteau
The Atakapa-Ishak Bike Trail, newly expanded from Arnaudville to Grand Coteau, will be the scene today of the seventh annual La Vuelta d'Acadian bicycle race.
Pair to tell untold tale of WWII
Seventy years ago this month, the Allies began their year-long march to end World War II with the D-Day invasion at Normandy.
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Wedding: Angelle Domingue & James Potter Terrell
Father Brian Harrington, Parochial Vicar at Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church in Ville Platte, officiated the ceremony.
Acadiana Crime Blotter for June 30, 2014
ADAM BRYANT ANDERSON: 32, of the 200 block of Louisa Street, Grand Coteau. He was booked on misdemeanor theft of goods and resisting an officer.
Patrice Melnick's work lands humanitarian honor
In early June, Patrice Melnick was presented the Oliver-Sigur Humanitarian Award from the Louisiana Council on Human Relations.
Poetry slam team to perform Thursday
The public is invited to come out Thursday to hear this year's Baton Rouge Poetry Slam Team as it prepares to compete in the nationals later this year.
St. Landry Parish Daily Arrest Report
Andrew James Kidder, age 33, 113 N. Orleans Dr., Lafayette, LA, remaining after forbidden.
4 honored for work in human relations
The Louisiana Council on Human Relations and the Baton Rouge Council on Human Relations presented awards to four individuals who have worked to improve human relations in Louisiana at their joint meeting on June 7. The Louisiana Council honored Patrice Melnick and Gloria Trahan Linton with the Oliver-Sigur Humanitarian Award, and the Baton Rouge ... (more)
Monsignor Keith DeRouen: Make sure to help the young to stay young
This graduation season, I was privileged to speak at two area commencement ceremonies.
Grand Coteau boil advisory lifted
The boil water advisory for Grand Coteau has been lifted, according to the St. Landry Parish Office of Emergency Preparedness.