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Events
Events that appear in this column are open to the public. Cane River Stitchers will meet Monday, April 28 at 10 a.m. at the First Presbyterian Church, 114 Bienville St. Mildred McTyre will present ...
Apr 21, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 3 3 recommendations | email to a friend
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Sleeping man relieved of wallet, cash, credit cards
Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Detectives have arrested a Natchitoches woman in connection with a residential burglary in the Natchez. Erica Solitaire, 20, 500 block of Myrtle Drive, was booked into...
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Pet of the Week
Java is a December, 2012 Great Curare. He is playful and energetic. He gets along well with others but appears shy at first. He sits on command and comes to his name. Java loves water. He is heartw...
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LSMSA takes home trophies
Mount Carmel Academy and The Louisiana School for Math, Science and the Arts of Natchitoches took top honors at the Foreign Language Festival at Southeastern Louisiana University April 4. Louisiana...
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St. Mary’s releases honor rolls for top levels
Principal Jacque Horton announces the honor roll at St. Mary’s for the third quarter. Seventh Grade A Honor Roll: Sarah Aldredge, Caroline Bishop, Rebecca Bordelon, Alexandra Brossett, Don Michael ...
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East Natchitoches Elementary/Middle School lists names of students on honor rolls
Principal Carolyn Benefield announces the honor roll for East Natchitoches Elementary/Middle School for the third nine weeks. Fourth Grade President’s List: Xazavier Calahan, Kristie Hicks and LaDa...
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St. Mary’s announces principal
Jacqueline Reed Horton has been named principal of St. Mary’s School beginning with the 2014-2015 academic year.  The announcement was made by the Very Rev. Ryan Humphries, Rector of the Minor Basi...
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Cassidy coming for rally Monday
US Rep. Bill Cassidy will be in Natchitoches Monday, April 21 from noon-1:30 p.m. at Maglieux’s Restaurant to meet the public. Cassidy is a Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate.
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Because Cancer Never Sleeps
The Les Amies Relay for Life team donated $7,500 to the American Cancer Society. Among the Les Amies board members presenting the check to Lindsay McElwee were, from left, Lacy Merrill, Brittany Ma...
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Early voting to begin for Natchez Mayor’s race
Registrar of Voters Debbie Waskom announces that early voting for the general election scheduled for Saturday, May 3 will begin this week. The election for the Mayor of Natchez is on the ballot. Ea...
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Board selects 5 Superintendent candidates
An executive session of the School Board ended with a naming of top candidates for the Superintendent position. The Board expected to choose five candidates to invite back for a second interview bu...
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Families find hope, free care at St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital
“Until Wes got sick, there’s no telling how many times I saw a St. Jude’s logo or commercial and didn’t realize how important it is,” Sonya Rollo says. The research hospital serves children with ca...
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Teen with cancer finds strength in people
“I hit an over-the-fence home run last year. Didn’t even realize it! I made the hit, rounded the base and started looking for the ball, and the umpire is just motioning to go ahead, keep running.” ...
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Bacteria, backflow prompts state to order new rules for water meter maintenance
Naegleria fowleri has moved from flesh to pocketbooks. An ordinance introduced at the City Council meeting Monday, April 14 presented stringent standards that could affect prices related to municip...
Apr 20, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 5 5 recommendations | email to a friend
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Dual enrollment fosters dreams beyond graduation
As high school juniors and seniors near graduation, making the transition from high school to college level coursework becomes a very important issue. An effective way to help make this transition ...
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CASA speaker to highlight character tonight
A child, born premature to an alcohol and drug-addicted teenager who traded sex for substances, removed from his home and placed in foster care. According to statistics and stereotypes, chances are...
Apr 17, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 7 7 recommendations | email to a friend
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City Court lists April criminal docket with names of those pleading guilty, being sentenced
The following cases appeared on the City Court criminal arraignment docket for April 7: Frank Bailey Jr., loud music, dismissed. Denesha R. Bernstine, theft by shoplifting, pled guilty, sentence of...
Apr 16, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 3 3 recommendations | email to a friend
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Arts Gala is ‘wonderful evening’ of entertainment
Members of the Department of Creative and Performing Arts at the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts returned to the Manship Theater in Baton Rouge on Tuesday, April 1, for its Arts Ga...
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LSMSA students place 3rd at science Olympiad
Over 200 middle and high school students competed in Region III Science Olympiad on the Bossier Parish Community College campus. Twenty-three challenging team events kept the students and spectator...
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Terrific Kids at Cloutierville
The Kiwanis Club recognized Terrific Kids in March at Cloutierville Elementary/Jr. High. On first row from left are Joseph McDowell, Tatum Kay, JaBore Jefferson, Cameron Sarpy and Brad Collard. On ...
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