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NSU journalism professor, counselor named as interim dean of Indiana Univ.
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Lauren Robel, Indiana University executive vice president and provost of the Bloomington campus, has announced that she will recommend the appointment of Lesa Hatley Major as in...
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Natchitoches Police Department names arrests
The Natchitoches Police Dept. made the following arrests May 17-22 according to Chief Micky Dove: Antonio Acosta, Hialeah, Fla., theft of vehicle fuel Hanoy Sanchez Alvar, Phoenix, Ariz., theft of ...
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Chamber of Commerce host an open house ribbon cutting ceremony for Dr. Brett Ferguson

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Chamber of Commerce host ribbon cutting for new business

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NSU will have swimming lessons for children and adults
Northwestern State University’s Aquatics Program announces swimming and water exercise sessions at the NSU Rec Complex pool this summer. Learn To Swim classes will be held Tuesday through Friday in...
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Provencal Elementary recognizes winners in math competition
Provencal Elementary announces the prize winners for the Math-A-Thon competition for March 2013. The fourth-eighth grade overall winner was Laredo McManus and the runner up was Brock Barrios. In th...
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Student graduates in business
LEXINGTON, VA— John P. Luster of Natchitoches received a BS degree from Washington and Lee University May 23. Commencement ceremonies for 422 Washington and Lee seniors were held on the university’...
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Airman completes training
Air Force Airman Christopher L. Harper graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed a, eight-week program that included traini...
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Rezoning will wait for veterinary clinic in West Natchitoches
The City Council tabled a vote on a controversial rezoning issue about a proposed veterinary clinic on Dean Street during its meeting Tuesday. The City Planning and Zoning Commission recommended ag...
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Teachers receive awards

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Search for ULM AD expected to move quickly
MONROE, La. (AP) — The chairman of the committee searching for a new athletic director for the University of Louisiana at Monroe says he expects the process to move pretty quickly — although there ...
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Alexandria police academy graduation

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Entrepreneur’s business named among ‘100 fastest growing private companies’
Thunder SEO, an interactive marketing agency in San Diego, Calif., was named one of the fastest “100 fastest Growing Private Companies” by the San Diego Business Journal according to PRWEB. Each ye...
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City building permits over $500,000 for April
Juanita Fowler, Planning and Zoning Director, issued permit statistics totaling to $554,173 from April 1-April 30. The city collected fees totaling $3202. Those permits include: * 5 Commercial $273...
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Memorial Day program today
The Natchitoches Veterans and Memorial Park committee will present a Memorial Day ceremony today, Thursday, at 10 a.m. at the Park that is behind the old courthouse. Following the ceremony there wi...
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NPD will conduct flow tests in June
The Natchitoches Fire Dept. will conduct flow tests on hydrants June 3-15. Acting Fire Chief Crit Miller said the tests are necessary to maintain the department’s Fire Protection Class 2 rating.Res...
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Rural Caucus appoints Cox to executive committee
The Louisiana Rural Caucus has announced the appointment of Rep. Kenny Cox of Natchitoches to the executive committee. Other legislators appointed to the committee are Representatives Frank Howard ...
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Kids’ fishing derby is Saturday at Hatchery
An Open House and Fishing Derby will be held Saturday, June 1 from 8- 11 a.m. at the Natchitoches National Fish Hatchery.  The day’s events will include a fishing derby, casting contest, pet adopti...
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Cane River parks will offer ag permits for hay
Cane River Creole National Historical Park is accepting proposals for two agricultural permits for limited hay operations at the park’s Oakland Plantation and Magnolia Plantation Units. In keeping ...
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Duke University TIP program identifies students with high achievement scores
Five Natchitoches students participated in the ADVANCE program at NSU.They are Bryce Moulton, Russ Stultz, Madeline Fralia, Edouard Ferrell and Jake Stultz. Northwestern State and NSU’s ADVANCE Pro...
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