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City Court lists trial docket for October
City Court Judge Fred Gahagan lists the trial docket for Oct. 8.Read more: Natchitoches Times - The Natchitoches Times, your source for news, sports, lifestyles, classifieds, businesses, events and...
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Gala program ads will help pay for program
Local businesses can support the School of Creative and Performing Arts at Northwestern State University and attract customers during the busy holiday season in Natchitoches by purchasing an ad in ...
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Who’s Who at NSU
Name: Jennifer Shaw Title: Instructor of psychology Education: M.S. Clinical Psychology, Northwestern State University B.A. Psychology & Sociology, Louisiana College A.S. General Science, Weatherfo...
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Golf scramble fundraiser is Saturday
The Natchitoches Police Officer Association golf scramble fundraiser event will be Saturday, Oct. 20 at the NSU Recreation Complex. Tee-off will be at 8 a.m. The Local 1998 Union is a nonprofit org...
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Membership meeting for El Camino Real is Saturday in Robeline
The annual membership and board meetings for the El Camino Real de los Tejas National Historic Trail Association will take place at the Adai Caddo Indian Nation Cultural Center in Robeline from 9 a...
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Trinity Episcopal to hold Red Mass today
Bishop Jacob Owensby of the Western District of Louisiana will celebrate the Red Mass in Natchitoches today at 10 a.m. at Trinity Episcopal Church on Second Street. In addition to local judges and ...
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UNO loses 800 on stricter admission standards
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The University of New Orleans lost more than 800 students between last year and this year. State higher education leaders tell The Advocate stricter admission standards are neede...
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Program will commemorate Cuban Missile Crisis
Northwestern State University’s Department of Criminal Justice, History and Social Sciences will commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Cuban Missile Crisis with a program on Monday, Oct. 22 at 6 ...
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City Court lists arraignment docket for Oct.
The following cases came before Judge Fred Gahagan in City Court Oct. 8. Jake Adams, theft by shoplifting, dismissed. Sharvel Addison, simple assault, pleaded not guilty, trial Nov. 26. Vincent R. ...
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Louisiana Supreme Court at NSU
The Louisiana Supreme Court held court yesterday at NSU to hear oral arguments on four pending cases. “We place a high priority on civic engagement here at Northwestern and are delighted to host th...
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Spaghetti supper benefits school choral program, students raise over $3,000
The L.P. Vaughn Elementary/Middle School Choral Program, under the direction of music teacher Danny R. Von Kanel, hosted a spaghetti supper fundraiser on Oct. 8. The fundraiser raised over $3,000 t...
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Adai Caddo nation will honor ancestors at pow wow Saturday near Robeline
The Adai Caddo Indian Nation Pow Wow will be Saturday, Oct. 20 from 9 a.m.–4 p.m. at the Adai Caddo Indian Nation Cultural Center at 4460 Hwy. 485, 6 miles north of Robeline. The pow wow is held by...
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LP Vaughn Star Students
L. P. Vaughn’s announced its Star Students for the week of Oct. 8. On front row from left are Niyema Wafer, Rekia Smith, Xavier Dupree, Marcus Bernstine, Terry Williams, Amarion Mitchell, Tylaisia ...
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Supreme Court justices will attend Red Mass seeking spiritual guidance in their jobs
Bishop Jacob Owensby of the Western District of Louisiana will celebrate the Red Mass in Natchitoches Friday, Oct. 19 at 10 a.m. at Trinity Episcopal Church on Second Street. In addition to local j...
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Just Talkin’
JT has a message for Marian Keator. JT hears the utility department will change those awful LED Christmas lights to a larger, brighter, light, hopefully restoring the glow that has been gone from t...
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Couples apply for marriage licenses in September
Fifteen couples applied for marriage licenses in October in Natchitoches. They are: Nathaniel Sean Anderson and Sharea Amber Rhue Gerald Dwayne Mitchell and Ashley Danielle Davis Joshua Wayne Hoosi...
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East Feliciana school board will eliminate 20 jobs trying to address $800,000 deficit
CLINTON, La. (AP) — The East Feliciana Parish School Board has voted to eliminate 20 positions by the end of the month. The Advocate reports (http://bit.ly/RADgk7 ) the board's finance committee re...
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Police jury cautious about projects with new government about to take over
‘This could be our last meeting. We can’t commit as a body. We may not be here next month.’ John Salter Police Jury President
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Former Leesville police chief gets 46 months for obliterating serial number on revolver
US Attorney Attorney Stephanie A. Finley announced Tuesday that Bobby D. Hickman, 51, of Leesville was sentenced to 46 months in prison, followed by three years supervised release for unlawful poss...
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Poets will read their works at Beau Jardin
Three poets, including two Louisiana Poet Laureates, will read their work Thursday, Oct. 18 from 5 - 6 p.m. at Beau Jardin, on the riverfront. The event is free and open to the public. Darrell Bour...
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