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Glory, Revolution, Betrayal: Tom Reiss reveals the Real Count of Monte Cristo
Review by Catherine Beverly One of the hardest things to overcome when reading biographical accounts is the difficulty of wading through lists of dates and facts that accompany most popular nonfict...
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Teen makes top 12 at pageant
Katelyn Yopp, Miss Natchitoches’s Outstanding Teen 2014, placed in the top 12 at the Miss Louisiana’s Outstanding Teen pageant, May 29-31.   A freshman at NCHS, she is the daughter of Jeremy and El...
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Accordion masters offer free workshop at NSU Folk Festival
By Mary Beth Maggio For those with a secret, or not so secret, urge to learn to play the accordion or further their already growing skills, a free accordion workshop and informal jam session will b...
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NSU band camp drew in hundreds of musicians
More than 300 students from Louisiana and Texas received instruction from top directors at NSU’s summer band camp. The camps began last week with the arrival of Honors Wind Ensemble along with the ...
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Local girl is finalist at pageant
Judges selected Alexandra Symone Wills, daughter of Franceska Wills of Natchitoches, as a finalist in the Pre-Teen Louisiana Scholarship and Recognition Program held June 20-22 at the Hilton Hotel ...
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DAF provides grant money for community art endeavors
Foster arts with grant money provided through Decentralized Arts Funding (DAF). DAF provides money for service for artists, nonprofit organizations, community groups, and local government agencies....
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Preservationist breathes new life into Melrose
By Corey Poole “I wanted to do more than photograph them, I wanted to preserve them,” said Molly Dickerson, speaking of how she discovered her love for historic preservation and restoration. Beginn...
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Volunteers needed for Family Day
The City of Natchitoches needs volunteers for Family Day at the Park Saturday, June 28 at City Park, located at 300 Amulet St., from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Activities include swimming, field games, bounc...
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‘Riding a book with my feet:’ Cross country Bike & Build enjoys stay in town
“We’re young and we’re interested. There’s a lot of variety in that. The common denominator is that we want to learn about affordable housing,” beams Bike & Build rider Shayan Sengupta. Raised in M...
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Women’s Resource Center celebrates 25 years of service
By Corey Poole The Women’s Resource Center held an open house Thursday, June 12 celebrating 25 years of service to the community. Carol Greene, a nurse at the center, started the tour for visitors ...
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