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Artist releases set of prints, plans for Tricentennial show
Mary Louise Porter, local artist and teacher, released the first in a series of prints titled “Cane River Reflections,” which focus on the Natchitoches area. Porter will soon begin a second series ...
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Band will continue Christmas concert tradition
Johnny Earthquake and the Moondogs will be performing a free concert this Saturday, Dec. 15 on the downtown riverbank from 4:30 p.m. until the fireworks begin at 7 p.m. According to bandleader Rodn...
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What's Your Line?
 In October 1783 the Davidson County, Tenn. court, after reviewing surveys and agreements of adjoining landowners, permitted Heydon Wells to build a water grist mill on his own land.  Frequently al...
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A matter of Pride and Place: Artist preserves stories of home
Walls are plastered with newspaper and magazines, pages peeling to reveal cracks that make you shiver in the morning frost. Furnishings are sparse, simple and clean. Many generations of African Ame...
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Smart phones remember presents, not Jesus
I need your help. I have a terrible memory for gifts. My wife will not tell anyone what she wants for Christmas. After all these years, I have learned that if we go into a store and she picks up an...
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Rotarians celebrate with Santa, carols
Goodwill and cheer abounded at the Rotary Club’s Christmas party Dec. 11 in the Events Center. Guests mingled and enjoyed a cocktail hour before sitting down to a lavish spread by Chef Susan Smith ...
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Home-Made in Half the Time
Delicious doesn’t have to be difficult. With so many instant products on the market, you can whip up dips, desserts and appetizers…and still have time sit down and enjoy the food. There are a pleth...
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Historic Holiday Happenings

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Woodmen Youth Service Club has a very ‘Bear-y’ Christmas
The Modern Woodmen Youth Service Club met at Dollar Tree to purchase teddy bears for sick children. Employees at the local store were a little chagrined to learn that the club was there to purchase...
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95 year-old reflects on changes, political career
Eulanee Parker was born Dec. 10, 1917-- the same year the first woman, Jeannette Rankin of Montana, was elected to Congress. Rankin held political office three years before the nineteenth amendment...
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