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COA needs fans for seniors
 Due to the hot weather this summer the Council on Aging has exhausted their supply of fans. There are many elderly residents in need of a fan to cool off this summer.  Donations of fans can be dro...
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July and August are hot months in vegetable garden
When it comes to vegetable gardening in Louisiana, gardeners should take advantage of our year-round growing season. Yes, even in the torrid depths of summer you can plant delicious, heat-tolerant ...
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Hey I was Christian, when Christian wasn’t cool
I admit my musical taste is stuck in the 1970’s. I kept up with top 40 music into the mid 1990’s, but after rap and hip hop took over I checked out. I am not fluent in what is popular today in musi...
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What’s Your Line
I’m at the computer listening to Herbert “Buzz” Salard, traditional fiddler honored by the Northwestern Folklife Hall of Fame, play “Bayou Derbonne” on CD. A dance song written by Cap Basco, Charle...
Jul 12, 2012 | 0 0 comments | 3 3 recommendations | email to a friend
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State parks having July activities
Louisiana state parks put on a variety of interactive programs through July. July 14: Poverty Point State Historic Site, Epps - Bird House Painting, 1 p.m. Ranger will discuss different types of ha...
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‘Great Ones’ inspired works, art ‘bucket’ are top pieces at art guild auction
By Char White The Natchitoches Art Guild has planned a summer filled with activities to promote the arts and especially the arts in Natchitoches. A special art exhibit featuring new pieces called “...
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Not just dogs and cats need rescuing; family responds to call when colts taken from harm
Story and Photos By Mary Beth Brocato Two thoroughbred colts named Call Me Eppie and Winterland’s Colt who were rescued by the Sabine Humane Society from a thoroughbred farm on Hwy. 6 west of Many,...
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Lifetree Cafe’ to explore purpose in life
“John Gasangwa survived the horrors of starvation and war in part because he made a promise: If he finished his education, he’d serve his people,” says Lifetree Café representative Craig Cable. “Th...
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Yankowski to participate in Art Melt
A wooden sculpture by Michael Yankowski, professor of art at Northwestern Sate University, was accepted into the ninth annual Art Melt juried competition, the largest multi-media juried exhibit in ...
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