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Local college students participate in Cotillion
The Holiday in Dixie Cotillion was held on Friday, April 11 at Shreveport’s historic Municipal Auditorium. The Cotillion reflected the theme of “The Crown and the Red Stag: A Highland Royal Hunt,” ...
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Dedication honors legacy of the original steel magnolia
By Corey Poole It was one of those southern days. A cool breeze blew through the dedication ceremony honoring Susan Harling Robinson, the real-life character of Steel Magnolias Saturday, April 26. ...
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What's Your Line?
The memories of the Lambert brothers who served in the nation’s military forces have been preserved for posterity by brick pavers in the Veterans Memorial Park, located in the heart of downtown Nat...
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Fundraiser to benefit heart transplant patient
By Corey Poole When obstacles present themselves in life the way to overcome them is to keep on trucking. Lomma Sarpy Jr., a cross-country truck driver for 16 years, adopted this outlook when he wa...
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Living history event remembers DeRidder Army Air Base
By Rickey Robertson A Living History Event will be held on Friday and Saturday, May 2-3, bringing back memories for many. The Friends of DeRidder Air Base, a non- profit organization formed in 2009...
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Author and musicians featured at Melrose alongside variety of vendors
Reverend Charley’s Patent Medicine Show will be the featured entertainment for the Melrose Plantation Arts and Crafts Festival scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, May 3 and 4.  The gates will open a...
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Author releases Spanish version of her book
NSU alum and author Anita Bandaries describes herself as having roots that spread throughout the area. Releasing her book in a Spanish translation, Una Promesa Cumplida, means “A Promise Kept.” She...
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Submit art for Christmas T-shirt contest
Planning for the 2014 Natchitoches Christmas Season begins with a call to area artists. The festival wants to utilize local talent to represent the festival with a piece of colorful artwork to be f...
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Group brings attention to slave dwellings with overnight stays
A project started in 2010 as a personal attempt to bring much needed attention to dwellings that once housed enslaved African-Americans has simply gotten out of hand, and now Natchitoches is on the...
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Yucca House featured at Arts and Crafts Show
The recently renovated Yucca House will be one of the featured structures during the Melrose Plantation Arts and Crafts Festival scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, May 3-4.  Constructed in 1833, th...
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