Children make their stage debut
Backstage was filled with laughter and the pitter-patter of little feet as the stars of NSU's "Alice and Wonderland" geared up for their first dress rehearsal Wednesday evening.
Directors Barry Sto...
What's Your Line?
On April 30, 1812 Louisiana joined the Union as the 18th state. During this bicentennial year it’s important to remember the Pelican State’s first governor: William C. C. Claiborne.
Lessons learned in Greek class
I started taking Greek classes in college and through seminary racked up seven years of Greek. I am really great on a college campus reading fraternity and sorority shirts! The Methodists will te...
Without a voice: A 'Happy' story of hope
Country Lanes Bowling Center gets a little brighter as Happy Friday cheerfully strolls through the door every Monday and Thursday night. She unknowingly gathers the attention of everyone in the ro...
Art League names Spring Festival Queen
Madeline Elizabeth Horton will reign as the 44th Queen of the Spring Festival Court Presentation and Ball, sponsored by the St. Denis Art League. She, her king Dr. Randall Denison Keator II, and t...
‘Amazing Grace’ has ceased being amazing
John Newton penned a poem which has become one of the greatest hymns of the Christian church, “Amazing Grace.” Most of us learned our church music with “Jesus Loves Me” and “Amazing Grace” as our f...
What's Your Line?
On April 30, cheer for the red, white and blue! Celebrate the day when in 1804 Natchitoches became part of the United States.
In a ceremony in which Spanish and French flags were lowered, the s...
Southern life depicted in debut book
Natchitoches native Davin J. White wrote and self-published his first book "For The Birds: Loss and Gain."
He will conduct a book signing and question/answer session May 5 from 6-9 p.m. at the Nat...