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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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Museum welcomes new exhibit showcasing spiritual culture of Northwest Louisiana
Sacraments and Vows, a new exhibit at the Northwest Louisiana History Museum in Natchitoches, is now open. The exhibit was installed by the Association for the Preservation of Historic Natchitoches...
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NCHS students travel to art convention
Art students from NCHS, also members of YACA, the Youth Art Council of America, traveled to the Wesley Center in Woodworth Wednesday, February 19. The students participated in group art activities,...
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Assessor to speak at NGHA meeting
Timothy Page a 25 year veteran at the Parish Assessors’ office and its’ Chief Deputy, will be the guest speaker for the monthly meeting of the Natchitoches Genealogical and Historical Association o...
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Youth excels at Hunter Jumper shows
John “JJ” Burton succeeded at his first Hunter Jumper Horse Show competing in the Gator Bayou Jr. Pony Club Horse Trials at Holly Hills Equestrian Center in Benton Saturday, March 8. He placed thir...
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Family and friends celebrated 100 years of memories
By Corey Poole Memories tend to get fuzzy over time, but for 100-year-old Pinkye Simpson Mitchell, her mind is still sharp as a tack. Born April 3, 1914, her children celebrated her birthday Saturd...
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Native shares love of cigar box guitars with youth
Natchitoches native Mike Snowden will present a cigar box guitar workshop at Junior Ranger Day to be held at the Cane River Creole National Historical Park at Oakland Plantation on Saturday, April ...
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Rodeo fundraiser donates money for cadaver dogs
In April 2008 Hannah Griffith and David Loftin perished when the boat they and four others were occupying capsized in Red River. Despite search efforts Griffith’s body was never recovered. Spencer ...
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