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Slow down rather than speed up: Rainwater harvesting turns weather into useful, free resource
A snapshot of international news coverage shows Syrian refugees smiling close-lipped beside their Jordanian neighbors. The landscape is a rural community with makeshift shelters of emergency and co...
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St. Mary’s introduces the Homecoming Court

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Director will debut nationally acclaimed choreopoem
Northwestern State University’s Second Season Theatre will perform Ntozake Shange’s “For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf” Oct. 25-27 in the Jack Wann Theatre. Per...
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Maglieaux’s On the Cane offers blended aesthetic, cuisine to dining on Front Street
Reviews of Maglieaux’s On the Cane vary, as have the restaurants occupying 805 Washington St. Perhaps it’s not surprising given the struggle to open, that the problems most frequently reported invo...
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St. Augustine Church Fair

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$5 a week support for local farms can enhance region by millions
Healthy, affordable and locally produced food is something to be celebrated. On Thursday, Oct. 24, the U.S. will do just that on its third annual Food Day. Two Senators shared the idea of Food Day ...
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Sports Hall of Fame gets new moves
With twists and turns, bodies mimicked the lines of the building, treating “Modern in Motion” spectators to a visual interpretation of the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame and Northwest Louisiana Hist...
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Love connection turns ‘fine’ to ‘found’
There was a fellow in college we called Neil “How Ya Doing” Hughes. Neil was a theological student and a hopeful minister. If Neil stuck with his studies I am sure he is a very successful and faith...
Oct 18, 2013 | 0 0 comments | 1 1 recommendations | email to a friend
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What's Your Line?
The recent antique car show in downtown Natchitoches helped stir memories for us of the past, which also included remembering a good friend. We didn’t visit the show but a brief look as we passed b...
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Zombie themes add touch of edge, charity to family-friendly Halloweens
Ghosts and goblins are fine, but there’s something about gore-dripping undead that make zombies eternally appealing. Alexandria and Natchitoches will host Zombie Walks. The names may sound scary, b...
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