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Library board will hold meeting
The Library Board will meet at 6 p.m. at the Natchitoches Parish Library Tuesday, Oct. 8. The main order of business will include a discussion on a possible branch in Campti and passing the budget ...
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Fly-in events will please pilots, general public
The Natchitoches Aviators (EAA Chapter 1526) will host a regional fly-in for pilots and attractions of interest for the public on Saturday, Oct. 5, in conjunction with the Classic Car Show on downt...
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Trained officer will lead self defense classes
It will be females only when the Natchitoches Police Dept. offers free self-defense classes for women in three, three hour sessions on Tuesday nights in October (Oct. 8, 18 and 22). Sgt. Jeff Towns...
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Creole Heritage Celebration will coincide with Church Fair, Tour of Homes
The Creole Heritage Celebration will be held Oct. 10-11 in the Friedman Student Union at Northwestern State University. The event will celebrate the genealogy, history and archaeology of the Creole...
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Registration date for NSU nears
Registration for B Term classes at Northwestern State University will be Oct. 14-18 within academic departments. B term classes will begin Oct. 21 but students can register through the department o...
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Tropical Storm brews up support for volunteers trained in CERTs
As Tropical Storm Karen forms in the Gulf of Mexico, Mary Jones is preparing Natchitoches Parish for potential problems. Jones is the Assistant Office of Emergency Preparedness (OEP) Officer to OEP...
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Government shutdown affecting local offices with employees furloughed
The government shutdown may be in Washington, D.C., but its effects are being felt in Natchitoches Parish. A USDA office staff member said Monday the office expected to shut down but could not give...
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Over 300 classic vehicles expected; entertainment, events will prevail
The 50s Classic Car Show will take place Friday-Saturday, Oct. 4-5 in downtown Natchitoches. The Historic District Business Association will sponsor the event and expects to display over 300 classi...
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Student wins a flatscreen television for selling the most coke products

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Turn Teal Natchitoches host Teal the Cows come Home Coffee and Nails

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Methodist youth Club 345 explore giving
Last August, First United Methodist Church held a mission driven camp for children in second through fifth grade – Club 345 Camp. The purpose of the camp was for the children to have fun while work...
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Club members visit the East Natchitoches police office

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Burn ban lifted
Natchitoches Parish Government Rick Nowlin has announced that because of recent rainfall, the burn ban is no longer in effect in the parish.
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Music will top highlights of Robeline Fest
Once nestled in the heart of No Man’s Land, The Robeline Heritage Festival will celebrate its unique culture with food, crafts and music. Friday night kicks off events with a hayride and games. Mus...
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CP-TEL announces launch of Managed IT and Cloud Computing services in area
CP-TEL HOLDINGS, INC. (CP-TEL) announces the launch of a new line of business.  Effective immediately, CP-TEL will begin offering a full suite of Managed IT and Cloud Computing services.   These se...
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Medical Center will offer ‘Geaux Lite Louisiana’ weight loss challenge for healthy lifestyle
The Natchitoches Regional Medical Center (NRMC) is one of many hospitals state wide participating in the Louisiana Hospital Association’s (LHA) “Geaux Lite Louisiana” weight loss challenge. The ini...
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League of Women Voters will hold town hall meeting
A non-partisan town hall meeting will be held today at 5:30 p.m. in the arts center. It will discuss new legislation, political changes and a behind-the-scenes look at the legislature. Rep. Kenny C...
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Hospital foundation will give grants
The Natchitoches Regional Medical Center Foundation will accept applications until noon Monday, Nov. 4. Grants are awarded for projects and programs that promote healthy lifestyle and wellness acti...
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Symphony will open tonight
The Natchitoches-Northwestern Symphony Orchestra will open its 2013-14 season Thursday, Oct. 3 at 7:30 p.m. in Magale Recital Hall. Tickets are $10.
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Fly-in is Saturday at airport; rides available
The Natchitoches Aviators (EAA Chapter 1526) will host a regional fly-in for pilots and attractions of interest for the public on Saturday, Oct. 5, in conjunction with the Classic Car Show on downt...
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