Trip to Crump’s Hill
Sons of Confederate Veterans, Col. Samuel D. Russell Camp #1617 enjoyed fried catfish, hot tamales, a meat and vegetable tray and a king cake at Crump's Hill Historical Site, between Marthaville an...
February Lesche Meeting
Tom Murchison presented a program about the Civil War in northwest Louisiana at the February Lesche meeting. He listed local parish names among the troops. From left are program chairman Gilen Meib...
Les Amies Princess Tea
Les Amies will host a princess tea, Sunday Feb. 13 from 2-4 p.m. at the Natchitoches Country Club. Tickets can be purchased at The Rocking Horse, It's Personal, Bank of Montgomery and Sabine State ...
REACH 1 taking orders for Valentines
R.E.A.C.H. 1 is taking orders for Valentines candy grams until Feb. 11. They are $5 each and include an 8-inch bear with candy. The fundraiser will sponsor the Rodney Anthony LeCoure, Sr. Memorial ...
Random Acts of Kindness
The Cane River Artists continue their "Random Acts of Kindness" project by creating small, decorative birdhouses. These collectibles appear randomly throughout the Historic District "hidden in plai...
Tri Sigma Spring Class
New members of Tri Sigma on front row, from left, are Gwyndolyn Juneau of Boyce, Nicole Koster of Slidell, Emily Smith of Sulphur, Lauren Vines of Natchitoches and Julie Strother of Mittie. On midd...
Teacher of the Month
Les Amies awarded the December teacher of the month award to Lucy Poston at Cloutierville Elementary. From left are principal Kerry Braden, Poston and service member-at-large Jennifer Ingram.
Les Amies awards teacher of the month
Andrea Penrod received the Les Amies November teacher of the month award. She teaches fourth grade at Provencal Elementary, where she has been employed for 11 years. Penrod serves on the school imp...
Valentines for Veterans
The Modern Woodmen Youth Service Club made Valentines for veterans, Jan. 29, at Natchitoches Parish Library. They personalized cards for soldiers in Afghanistan. The group enjoyed refreshments and ...