• Benton says goodbye to Crowley High - 05/27/2015 01:05 PM CDT
  • Morgan hardwired for technology - 05/13/2015 12:51 PM CDT
  • Council holds line, trustees see change - 05/13/2015 01:11 PM CDT
  • Refinance to save school millions - 05/08/2015 11:40 AM CDT
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    (Crowley Star/Kyp Shillam)
    CROWLEY ISDBenton says goodbye to Crowley High

    From North Crowley High School biology teacher in 2001 to Crowley High School principal in 2012, Lyndsae Benton has always risen to the top at CISD. Full Story
    LIFESTYLES
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    NORTH CROWLEY ATHLETICSWheels are wings for UTA recruit

    It's a simple dream really to be a teacher. But things have not always been so simple for Destiny Ortega. Full Story
    OPINION
    (Crowley Star/Kyp Shillam)
    The flag demonstrates America's Christian Heritage

    Our country was founded on religious principles, and even the folding of the flag shows forth this wonderful truth. Full Story
    EDUCATION
    (Crowley Star/Kyp Shillam)
    CROWLEY ISDBenton says goodbye to Crowley High

    From North Crowley High School biology teacher in 2001 to Crowley High School principal in 2012, Lyndsae Benton has always risen to the top at CISD. Full Story
    SPORTS
    NAZARENE CHRISTIAN ACADEMY ATHLETICSLook back at Lady Lions season

    Sporting back-to-back TCAF State Championship softball seasons, the Lady Lions of Nazarene Christian Academy racked up a host of superlatives including the state championship MVP award which went to senior pitcher Makayla Shonamon. Full Story
    OBITUARIES
    BOBBY JOE ROARK

    Bobby Joe Roark, 78, of Crowley, passed away Friday, May 15, 2015. Full Story
    Order for Kelly Rutherford to bring children to US halted

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — A judge has halted an order that granted actress Kelly Rutherford temporary custody of her two young children to return them from Monaco to Los Angeles. Full Story
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    Arnold Schwarzenegger skips son's graduation

    “Terminator: Genisys” star misses Joseph Baena’s Bakersfield graduation, likely to avoid stealing 18-year-old’s thunder.