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Winter Wonders
Park Ranger Frances Rivas will present an African American History Month Program at the park’s Magnolia Plantation Overseer’s house. The program, titled “From Africa to Cane River: The Evolution of...
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The search begins for the next Miss Teen Louisiana and Miss Louisiana International
Applications are now being accepted for the titles of Miss Teen Louisiana and Miss Louisiana International 2015. The Miss Teen and Miss International Pageant will be held July 27- Aug. 2 at the Tim...
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Robeline Heritage Queens promote festival
Traveling to promote their festival has kept the Robeline Heritage Queens busy. Little Miss Queen Kyleigh Severin promoted the Robeline Heritage festival while attending a Miss Louisiana preliminar...
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Winter Wonders
Park Ranger Frances Rivas will present an African American History Month Program at the park’s Magnolia Plantation Overseer’s house. The program, titled “From Africa to Cane River: The Evolution of...
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Vitamin water may not be a good idea
By Brandy Orlando at 440-812-6440 or borlando@agcenter.lsu.edu BATON ROUGE– There can be too much of a good thing when it comes to vitamins. Experts say for those who eat a well-balanced diet and t...
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Student poetry group to perform at parish library
The Brainy Acts Poetry Society will perform for area schoolchildren at the Natchitoches Parish Library Thursday, Feb. 12 at 4 p.m. as part of Black History Month. Performing members are Quierra Col...
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What's Your Line?
Following their marriage in August of 1940, Vera and Burley Johnson lived with her parents. Many of the amenities available today were unheard of back in those days. A kerosene stove, with an oven ...
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The Natchitoches-Northwestern Symphony Orchestra to present its first concert of 2015
The Natchitoches-Northwestern Symphony Orchestra will present its first concert of 2015 on Tuesday, Feb. 10 at 7:30 p.m. in Magale Recital Hall. Tickets are $10. Northwestern State University, BPCC...
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Bloomin’ on the Bricks and Art on the Bricks spring festivals are seeking vendors for March
The Main Street Office is seeking vendors for the spring garden festival Bloomin’ on the Bricks Saturday, March 21, from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. on the downtown riverbank. The event will feature an exhibit...
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African American History programs to be held at Asbury United Methodist Church this month
In honor of African American History Month, Cane River Creole National Historical Park will partner with Asbury United Methodist Church to present a free concert Friday, Feb. 20 at 7 p.m. at Asbury...
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