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City to sell raffle tickets
The City of Natchitoches will sell raffle tickets for Relay for Life, with the drawing scheduled for Friday, April 24. For tickets contact City Hall at 352-2772. Prizes include $500 cash, LG Vista ...
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Limited edition Bead Town prints for sale
Three hundred limited edition canvas prints of artist Stephan Wanger’s “Un Rue Principale en Louisiane (A Main Street of Louisiana)” are available for sale with proceeds going to the Natchitoches L...
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Sabine State Bank sponsors marathon
Sabine State Bank sponsored the Kasey’s Heart & Soul: Run, Walk and Roll at the “LIVE” level.  From left are Felicia Bell, Lauren Neathery, Tina Ragan and Meagan Bonnette. “This event has had the a...
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LA Downs hosts Quarter Horses this Saturday
The first official futurity of the year for the Louisiana Quarter Horse Breeders Association, the Mardi Gras Futurity (RG2) will be run at Harrah’s Louisiana Downs on Saturday, March 14. Post time ...
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Neighborhood block party set for Saturday
The City of Natchitoches Recreation and Parks Department and My 93.9 FM will host another Neighborhood Block Party on Saturday, March 14 at the Breda Town Park located at 1320 Dixie St. in Natchito...
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Faculty and students dance at Fairview Alpha
Assistant Principal Kristie Irchirl, left, and Master Teacher Trish Weaver dance with a group of kindergarten students at the PBIS sock hop at Fairview Alpha Feb. 13. The dance was open to students...
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Goldonna features Terrific Kids

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Bank of Montgomery sponsors dancing competition
Bank of Montgomery was a $500 Platinum Sponsor of the Sigma Sigma Sigma “Dancing with the Sigmas” fundraiser March 10. From left are Brooke Harrell, Carrie Hough, Dion Boyett, Demmi O’Donnell, Bria...
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Flood Maps updated for Natchitoches Parish
DENTON, Texas ––In early July, new flood maps for Natchitoches Parish will become effective according to FEMA. Local, state and federal officials say residents should view the maps before Monday, J...
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Poet to present reading at NSU’s Watson Library
Poet Genaro Ky-Ly Smith will present a reading at Northwestern State University Thursday, March 12 at 6 p.m. in the Thomas-D’Amato Reading Room in Watson Library. Admission is free and open to publ...
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Cloutierville recognizes Terrific Kids
The Kiwanis Club of Natchitoches recognized Terrific Kids in February at Cloutierville Elementary Junior High. On front row from left are Rylee Metoyer, Dakota Sanders, Aiden Gillen, Christina Shil...
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Library to host ‘Books for Bucks’ sale
The Friends of the Natchitoches Library, LLC will hold its 11th Annual “Books for Bucks” book sale Thursday-Friday, March 19-20 from 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. and Saturday, March 21 from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. at ...
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Program to inform public of drug abuse
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority will present a program titled, “What’s in Your Medicine Cabinet?” Saturday, March 14 at 1 p.m. at the Natchitoches Arts Center, 716 Second St. Det. Jessie Tatiano of the Natc...
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Leaders to clean up Natchitoches
Leaders throughout Natchitoches parish are joining Keep Natchitoches Beautiful to participate in the “Leaders Against Litter” event on Friday, March 13. Leaders Against Litter is set to begin at 9 ...
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Plant sale will be rescheduled
The Natchitoches Soil and Water Conservation District’s Conservation Tree & Shrub Sale is cancelled due to inclement weather and will be rescheduled to a later date. The Natchitoches SWCD website i...
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Schools celebrate Read Across America Week
Teachers honored Dr. Seuss during Read Across America Week at Marthaville Elementary. From left Amanda Jones, Dana Durr, Amy Stepp and Paige Gauntt dressed up as characters from The Lorax, The Cat ...
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Man saves lives, thwarts robbery
A routine trip to pick up a hair dryer, quickly turned into a nightmare for Charles Parfait Jr. as walked to the Dollar General Store from his home in the Hidden Hills Trailer Park Feb. 27 around 7...
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Local SWCD to host plant sale
The Natchitoches Soil and Water Conservation District will be hosting their Annual Conservation Tree and Shrub Sale March 11-13, from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. on the vacant lot at the corner of St. Clair Av...
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Program offers training to Cenla residents
Community Development Works, a program of The Rapides Foundation, will offer skill-building training for Cenla residents and nonprofits. All workshops and webinars are available free of charge. Wor...
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NWLTC’s enrollment growth continues to increase
Minden— In part due to an improving economy, enrollment in America’s two-year colleges has declined about 2-3 percent annually in recent years. Northwest Louisiana Technical College, on the other h...
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