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Local home cook wins blue ribbon
Natchitoches home cook Tammy Raynes’ Party Pasta Salad recipe received a blue ribbon at “Just A Pinch Recipes,” a recipe and coupon social network for home cooks. Just A Pinch Food Editor Janet Tha...
May 17, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 3 3 recommendations | email to a friend
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Department of Creative and Performing Arts presents awards to NSU students
The Department of Creative and Performing Arts at the LSMSA presented its end of year awards during a ceremony Thursday, May 1. Audra Allen, director of the dance program, presented awards to stude...
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Moses-Guillory
Kristy Michelle Moses and Victor Donelle Guillory announce their engagement and upcoming marriage. The bride is the daughter of Bobbie Smith of Natchitoches and Albert Moses of Memphis, Tenn. She i...
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Dreams come true for Magnet student
By Corey Poole Listening to her mother’s adventures with the ISEP Student Exchange Program through NSU, when she studied at Vaxjo University in Sweden, Madeline Fralia dreamed of seeing the world. ...
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Student earns spot among top writers
Bryce Moulton is only in the eighth grade, but he already earned a spot among such top writers, artists, and visionaries as Sylvia Plath, Andy Warhol, Truman Capote, Stephen King, and Robert Redfor...
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National Park hosts Cane River Music Festival
The Cane River region has a rich tradition of live musical performance. The community was once home to numerous juke joints and dance halls, where farmworkers could enjoy an evening of live Creole ...
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Camp Livingston: Remembering the history of a camp left to fade
By Rickey Robertson During World War II, Louisiana had many famous military bases located within her boundaries. These bases were the home to many units, from armor, infantry, cavalry, and artiller...
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What's Your Line?
After purchasing and administering The Company of the West in 1722, Ignace François Broutin became commandant of Fort Rosalie in what is now Natchez, Mississippi in 1724. In 1725 he was called to N...
May 10, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 3 3 recommendations | email to a friend
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Program will give info on pageants
An informational meeting will be held Wednesday, May 14 for all young ladies interested in the Natchitoches Queens Scholarship Program to be held Sunday, September 14 at the Natchitoches Events Cen...
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Strawberry season is here
Strawberry season has arrived, and the plump, red berries are on everyone’s mind and in every grocery store. And it’s no wonder that strawberries have such popularity. Not only are strawberries del...
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