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Gov. Jindal appoints Natchitoches Parish resident to Drainage District Board of Commissioners
Gov. Bobby Jindal announced the appointment of Terry Sklar to the Natchitoches Levee and Drainage District Board of Commissioners. Sklar, of Natchitoches, is the president of SFC Contract Services,...
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Registration needed for conservation workshop in Winnfield
Trailblazer Resource, Conservation and Development and partners will be conducting a Forestry Best Management Practice (BMP) Workshop at the Winn Parish Library in Winnfield Friday, May 1 from 8:30...
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Events
Events and meetings that appear in this column are open to the public. The Natchitoches City Corvette Club will meet Monday, May 4 at 6 p.m. at Maglieaux’s on the Cane in Natchitoches. If intereste...
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Deputies recover stolen trailer
Deputies assigned to the NPSO Patrol Division responded to a report of an abandoned 16 foot black 2013 Intg trailer on the Bayou Blue Road off of La. Hwy 478 near Flora April 20 at 11:22 a.m. NPSO ...
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Bank sponsors Forest Festival
Bank of Montgomery is a $500 sponsor of the Louisiana Forest Festival. Bank of Montgomery’s Assistant Vice President and Consumer Lender, Katrice Baker presented the check to Ericka Lang.  Pictured...
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Commission meeting set
The Natchitoches Tax Commission will meet at 9 a.m. Wednesday, April 15 in the offices of the Natchitoches Tax Commission, located at 220 East Fifth St.  The meeting is open to the public.
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Education records will be shredded
The Natchitoches Special Education Department, in accordance with state guidelines, will destroy all special education records of former students born Jan. 1, 1989 through Dec. 31, 1989. These reco...
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Commissions schedule meetings
The Historic District Commission will meet Monday, May 4, at 5 p.m. at the Natchitoches Arts Center, 716 Second St. The City of Natchitoches Planning and Zoning Commission will meet Tuesday, May 5,...
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Parish offers informational Enrollment Day
Natchitoches Parish will provide a Childcare and Preschool Programs Information and Enrollment Day sponsored by the Natchitoches Parish Early Childhood Care and Education Network. The event is open...
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Library to offer computer classes
The Natchitoches Parish Library will offer basic computer classes May 5 and 7  at 10 a.m.    The classes will also be offered again May 19 and 21 at 10 a.m. in the computer lab on the second floor ...
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Don’t miss last screening clinics
The Natchitoches Parish School System will hold the last regular Preschool Screening Clinics for the school year in May.  The dates are as follows:  Tuesday, May 5 from 8:30 until 10:30 a.m. at the...
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Mosquito season has arrived in Natchitoches Parish
With the unusually wet winter, mosquito season seems to have kicked into high gear early this year. The Parish, through the Health Department, operates two mosquito trucks that serve the entire Par...
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NFD to test hydrant flows
The public is advised that the Natchitoches Fire Department will conduct hydrant flow testing during May.   Testing is scheduled to begin Monday, May 4. For more information or questions regarding ...
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Sorority volunteers at CASA social
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority volunteered at CASA of Central Louisiana’s Annual Volunteer Awareness Social, “Coins for CASA” April 24. On front row from left are Anitra Moses and Mary Calhoun. On back row...
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NPS report shows economic impact of Cane River Creole National Historic Park on community
A new National Park Service (NPS) report shows 28,981 visitors to Cane River Creole National Historical Park spent $1,6 million in communities near the park last year. That spending supported 25 jo...
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Magnet students release butterflies

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NSU president addresses comm., NHDDC members
“Natchitoches is the heart and foundation of Northwestern,” said University President Dr. Jim Henderson at a meeting of the Natchitoches Historic District Development Commission (NHDDC) April 16. H...
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Magnet students play at Festival Assessment
Natchitoches Magnet’s 6th, 7th and 8th grade orchestras participated in the Louisiana Music Educators Association’s District Festival Assessment at Caddo Middle Magnet in Shreveport March 12. Both ...
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Healthcare economist explains issues states will face if they shun Medicaid expansion
“One of the real unappreciated things about healthcare in Louisiana is the fact that none of us really pay for healthcare out of our own pockets,” said Michael R. Bertaut, a healthcare economist an...
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Student wins gold medal at state competition
Winning first place at his first Skills USA competition, Danny Henderson, 55, of Noble says he owes his success to his teacher at the Northwest Louisiana Technical College (NWLTC) Randy Troutman. “...
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