Welcome

Community Chronicles Welcomes You!

Hello and thank you for taking a moment to read the Community Chronicles. Since February of 2011, the Community Chronicles writers have had the best time writing the most incredible stories from the Carencro, North Lafayette, Sunset, and Grand Coteau area. In August of 2013, we also began covering the city of Scott. In 2017, Arnaudville joined our publication. My goal as editor is to make sure that the news occurring in these areas is shared so that others can rejoice in the growth of our community. This publication is not limited to just news events. Our writers are looking to tell stories on everyday people. The person who stars in this type of article could be your parents, grandparents, children or the teacher in their school, etc. Everyone has a story! I hope to tell yours one day soon in the Community Chronicles.

The Community Chronicles is not only a collection of great new stories; it is a place where our community and the surrounding area can have a VOICE in print!! Be sure to thank the advertisers in our publication for allowing you to have access to a printed and online publication that is offering positive and informative news stories on a monthly basis. You will also find coupons on some of the ads within our publication.

Here is a listing of the contributors found each month in the Community Chronicles: Anna Campbell, Co-editor, Kay Couvillon, Staff Writer; Laura Buller, Staff Writer & Kids Korral Editor; Hallea Bullara, Staff Writer/Co-editor; Ashlyn Hanks, Staff Writer; Allison Jacob, Staff writer; Patrice Melnick, Staff Writer; Theresa Rohloff, The Great Scott Herald Editor; Charlie Brunt, CBA President; Kelly Sonnier, SBA President; Holly Comeaux, Natural Tidbits; Matthew Courville, Rippin Lips;  Jim Bradshaw with St. Landry Parish Economic Development; Raquel Manuel with St. Landry Chamber of Commerce; and Opelousas General Hospital. Graphic artists are Haili Arsement & Crystal Snider.

I hope that you enjoy reading this month’s issue of our publication, and thank you for supporting positive news.

Stacey Judice Senior Editor, Community Chronicles