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History of university, railroad share track thanks to civic leader
Given its rich history, the story of Natchitoches is full of twists and turns that changed the course of its development. Two monumental events occurred in Natchitoches in the 1880s. The first was ...
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Health professional discuss Obamacare in Natchitoches; prepare for Tuesday's panel
Lawsuits. Government shutdown. It’s been four years since President Obama signed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) into law March 23, 2010. With the goal of reforming the healthc...
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Picture offers way to deal with unexpected
I love the picture of the elephant and the crocodile. Those of you who know that I say, “Roll Tide” at the end of all my prayers can certainly see why I would love this picture. If you are a Florid...
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What's Your Line
Wouldn’t we all like to be proud of our ancestors? It's comforting to know that our forebears were good, solid folk, who perhaps led interesting and productive lives or dealt with hardship and adve...
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Rich Soul Food Cafe: Restaurant challenges trend with tradition
Cabbage stews in sweet, peppery juices. Bits of fat fall off the bone of boiled, smoked ham hocks. Tongues wrap around each groove, savoring the succulent flavors of vegetables and meat. For a hear...
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Music ed. majors will provide kids free afternoon of singing, instruments, games
Natchitoches children are invited to “Music Morning,” from 8 a.m.-noon Saturday, Nov. 16, an event hosted by music education majors in Northwestern State University’s Mrs. H.D. Dear Sr. and Alice E...
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‘Classic, Rare, Unseen Film Night’ offers glimpse of student creativity
A cluster of students rolls their eyes at the beginning of a film class, concerned with campus gossip and the newest pairings more than dry professorial discussions. Suddenly the power goes off, ce...
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Students visit Melrose

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At-risk mussels species are difficult to identify, according to experts at National Fish Hatchery
Natchitoches National Fish Hatchery was able to participate in two Saturday outreach events in September. The first was at Felsenthal National Wildlife Refuge located in southeast Arkansas. A table...
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Choreographer loses 100 pounds to pursue dream; inspired by musical that fuses modern dance with traditional African movement
When the situation calls for it, Polanco Jones Jr. is willing to change. For Jones, a theatre and dance major at Northwestern State University, that means taking on extra responsibility for the upc...
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