• School poised for boom - 04/15/2015 01:19 PM CDT
  • Miss Misty: Manners always in style - 04/15/2015 01:10 PM CDT
  • Teacher pay more competitive - 04/08/2015 01:32 PM CDT
  • Grassia sole filer for open CISD seat - 04/08/2015 01:30 PM CDT
  • Special election will fill Lane's seat - 03/11/2015 04:08 PM CDT
    ELECTION 2015City Council candidates sound off at forum

    Crowley Chamber of Commerce hosts
    A well-attended candidate forum presented by the Crowley Area Chamber of Commerce gave residents insight into the four locals running for two open City Council seats in the May 9 election. Full Story
    (Crowley Star/Kyp Shillam)
    LOCAL BUSINESSMiss Misty: Manners always in style

    Misty Harris says there is a direct correlation between civility and success. "Good manners are good business, for everyone," says Harris. Full Story
    DEVOTIONALWhat do I do now?

    Throughout life, we may experience difficult situations, challenging times and unexpected delays. If you're not careful you can get into a mindset of "why me?" Full Story
    (Crowley Star/Kyp Shillam)
    CROWLEY ISDSchool poised for boom

    Powell addresses Lions Club
    With a rebounding economy, Crowley ISD leads the southern metroplex in growth, said Dr. Dan Powell, CISD superintendent. Full Story
    (Crowley Star/Chris Jaso, Jaso's Picassos)
    CROWLEY EAGLES ATHLETICSEagles fall short in two

    Knowing they needed a victory in at least one game, the Crowley Eagles faced two of the five district teams battling for a playoff spot in one of the most competitive baseball districts in 5A competition. Full Story

    Crowley -- Bettie Jo Ohlen, 84, passed away Sunday, March 15, 2015.  Full Story
    Owner spots his stolen truck in rearview mirror; arrest made

    PIEDMONT, Ala. (AP) — A man driving to work in Alabama suddenly noticed his stolen pickup truck following him, setting off a chain of events that included a pursuit, a crash and an arrest. Full Story
    Film to probe Newark schoolyard murders' toll on family

    NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — For what seemed a small eternity, Shalga Hightower epitomized the picture of parental grief in the aftermath of Newark's 2007 schoolyard killings, when a group of men and boys, including one who turned 15 that day, lined up her college-bound daughter and two friends and shot them each in the back of the head. Full Story