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Clarinetist presents recital
Clarinetist David Steele will present a recital Sunday, April 27 at 7:30 p.m. in Magale Recital Hall. Admission is free. The public is invited to attend. Steele, an adjunct faculty member at NSU, w...
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Spring Court announces Ladies and Gentlemen
The St. Denis Art League Spring Festival Board of Directors announces the Ladies and Gentlemen of the Court for its 46th Presentation and Ball Saturday, April 26, in the ballroom of the Sylvan Frie...
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Hornist, oboist and pianist to perform at NSU
Hornist Abigail Pack, oboist Ashley Barret and pianist James Douglass will perform at Northwestern State University Friday, April 25 at 5:30 p.m. in Magale Recital Hall. The event is free and the p...
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Heralds serve royalty at Spring Court
Four young ladies will serve as heralds to the king and queen during the 46th court presentation Saturday, April 26. Serving as heralds to king will be Brantley Elizabeth Gray and Johanna Elaine Sm...
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Lighted Barge Parade to celebrate Tri-Centennial
The Tri-Centennial Steering Committee will hold a lighted barge parade contest Saturday, April 26 at 8:30 p.m. There will be a live concert on the Riverbank Stage prior to the barge parade from 6-8...
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Dancer finds new opportunities through NSU
Marlee Roberts didn’t expect her college training would help her learn to work with a drill, but the senior theatre and dance major at NSU has found her education opening up a number of new opportu...
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Building’s history remebered with city attorney
By Henry “Buddy” Maggio The recent ceremony by the City to name the former City Hall building in honor of Tom Murchison was very memorable. The building at 324 Amulet is being use as City Court. Th...
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Celebrate National Pecan Month with tasty treats
Pecan pies, pecan pralines, pecan sticky buns all sound mouth-wateringly delicious. Their common ingredient – the pecan – contributes a lot to these and many other recipes, for pecans taste wonderf...
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Gardeners present tour and plant sale
With spring right around the corner the Piney Hills Louisiana Master Gardeners will host their garden tour, Trails & Trellises. Enjoy four lovely gardens and vendors, plant sale, and artists in the...
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What's Your Line?
So many people believe the War of Northern Aggression ended when General Lee surrendered at Appomattox; no, the brutality to Southern people, both black and white, continued for 12 more years. It w...
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