What to know about Medicare for 2013
By Bob Moos, Southwest public affairs officer for the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
The New Year will bring improvements and other changes to Medicare. Here’s a brief rundown of what to ...
The Young-at-Heart group of First United Methodist Church met Dec. 5 for a luncheon and program. Iris Gueringer was a first time visitor. The group’s youngest member was Nyle Parchim Jr. at 40 and ...
Blessings for Babies
The Bank of Montgomery (BOM) is partnering with the Women’s Resource Center (WRC) in its “Blessings for Babies” campaign for the month of December. BOM is collecting items to assist young women exp...
Memorial for Self and Family
Sam S. Ross, a member of the Col. Samuel D. Russell Camp #1617, Sons of Confederate Veterans, received a grave marker for his Confederate ancestor, Pvt. Thomas Mahlon Morgan, Co. B, 31st La. Inf. R...
We are the preschool class at Fay’s Daycare, and we are getting our teacher Mrs. Tina to write for us (since we can’t all write yet).
Here is our Christmas list:
Zailen Salley wants a...
Very First Christmas
Laura Carroll knitted 53 Christmas caps for newborns. Carroll chose Christmas, LSU and NSU themes. They were presented to the nursing staff at Natchitoches Regional Medical Center. From left are Gi...
New Sign Finishes Old Project
With the assistance of the Lee and Knipmeyer families, the Police Jury, Signs and Banners and Dr. Jack Pace, the Natchitoches Parish Health Unit project is completed.
Friday, Sept. 2, 1988 the Hea...