According to Sheriff Bobby J. Guidroz, “On January 28, 2023 deputies with the St. Landry Parish Sheriff’s Office responded to a shooting complaint near the 200 block of Halfway House Road in the Arnaudville area.”
2023 will be an exciting year at NUNU Arts and Culture Collective.
NuNu’s November 2022 News and Events.
Corridor des Arts November 2022 Events and Activities.
According to Sheriff Bobby J. Guidroz, “At approximately 5:00 PM, St. Landry Parish Sheriff’s Office received a complaint in reference to a male subject accidentally shooting his neighbor in the leg while attempting to shoot a dog.
October 2022 Events and Activities from NuNu’s in Arnaudville, LA.
Artists seeking to participate in the upcoming “Introspection – Land of Misfit Toys” exhibit have through Sunday, Oct. 9 to submit their applications. This exhibits extends an open call to artists 18+. all mediums invited.
Meet the 2022 Beau Chen Gators
Join artists David P. Morrow and Janelle Hebert 11 a.m.-4 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 27, for the exhibit opening of “Murmuration Collaboration,” a video installation inspired by a current work included in Janelle Hebert’s “A Bird in Hand” exhibit.
St. Landry Parish Public School Jamboree (At Donald Gardner Stadium)
Emile and Anna Roger with their two sons Frank and George, at their home in Arnaudville, LA. (John W. Coffey Collection.)
Photo from the Past – Roger Family from Arnaudville, LA (Photograph from John Coffey Collection.)
The construction of a new volunteer fire department building in Arnaudville scheduled for completion sometime in 2023 began Friday morning with a symbolic ground-breaking ceremony.
“A Bird in Hand” exhibit openes this month at NuNu’s in Arnaudville. The exhibit by artist Janelle Hebert will run on Thursday-Sunday, from 11a.m. to 4p.m., all month, and continuing during August, ending on August 28th. The artist reception is set for Saturday, July 9, 2022, from 11a.m. to 4p.m. at NuNu, 1510 Bayou Courtableau Hwy, Arnaudville, LA 70512.
Four St. Landry Parish men arrested in Texas. The four subjects were identified as Victor Ledoux of Arnaudville, Louisiana, Carl Guillory, Blake Thomas, and Jayme Pierre, all of Opelousas, Louisiana.
After 12 years of leading the NUNU collective, and with much thought and consideration, George Marks has stepped down as executive director. Peg Ramier hired as new executive director.
Festival of Words is on the road, holding readings in different locations. This month’s event takes place in Arnaudville!
The town of Arnaludville is celebrating their annual Crawfish Festival this week-end and naturally the town was gearing jp for the large crowds in town for the event. As I arrived Saturday morning the first person I ran into was an old friend I haven’t seen in years. Patrick Guidroz is a lifelong resident of Read More…
Class 4A Semifinal: Beau Chene (25-4) plays Franklin Parish Friday at noon in Sulphur.
Colloquial and conversational French echoed throughout NUNU’s in Arnaudville Wednesday afternoon as state and parish wide guests welcomed a brief visit by Louise Mushikiwabo, the Secretary General of the International Francophone organization.
According to Sheriff Bobby J. Guidroz, “On January 28, 2022, a juvenile reported to St. Landry Parish Sheriff’s Office detectives that she was raped by Karter Charles Bacque in July 2020.
The Beau Chene boys’ basketball team is entering the Class 4A quarterfinal playoff round with an exclamation point and a question mark.
It will be a postseason Mardi Gras Mambo for three of the four St. Landry Parish basketball teams remaining in the state playoffs.
Five St. Landry Parish basketball teams remain undefeated within their districts, as the 2021-22 basketball season enters the final weeks of the regular season.
The Beau Chene High football team finished the 2021 season with a playoff appearance under first-year head coach Marques Lewis.
St Landry Parish Events for 2022. Information provided by St Landry Parish Tourism.
According to Sheriff Bobby J. Guidroz, “On December 20, 2021, St. Landry Parish Sheriff’s Office deputies were dispatched to the 900 block of Highway 31 in the Arnaudville area in regards to a stabbing.”
Pairings for the championship round of the annual St. Landry Basketball Tournament were determined before a standing room only crowd Friday night following semifinal round games for the annual tournament.
The first round of the annual St. Landry Parish Basketball Tournament hosted by Beau Chene, Thursday night concluded with a pair of competitive boys’ games, while on the girls’ side, Northwest High and J.S. Clark Leadership Academy won their opening rounds in lopsided fashion.
Cedric Garrett scored eight of Northwestern State’s first 11 points as the Demons hung around early with No. 19 LSU, but the Tigers flexed their defensive and rebounding muscles en route to an 89-49 win Tuesday in the Pete Maravich Assembly Center.
Beau Chene High School will be hosting this year’s St. Landry Parish Basketball Tournament. The tournament will begin on Thursday, December 16, 2021, and conclude on Saturday, December 18, 2021. Boys’ and girls’ area teams will participate.