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Tourist Comm. seeks member
Parish President Rick Nowlin will appoint a new member to the Natchitoches Pairsh Touist Commission because of the resignation of David McGraw. Any non-profit organization that has an interest in t...
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Anacoco student receives NSU scholarship
Kristen Elizabeth Eusay, a senior at Anacoco High School, was selected to receive the Billy John and Judith Burns Scholarship, presented to an AHS student who plans to enroll at Northwestern State ...
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Students attain scholarships
Jayme Johnson, a graduate of Lakeview High School, received the Huey P. Woodson II scholarship. She will attend East Texas Baptist University in the fall of 2014 and study nursing. Parents are Benj...
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Graduate hears First Lady speak
Kristopher Malcolm Lewis NCHS class of 2010 graduated from Dillard University on Saturday, May 10 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree majoring in Political Science. First Lady Michelle Obama gave a hist...
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Women’s Health Day reveals huge gap in treatment of women, especially poor, black
“Women’s Health Day & Retreat 2014: Celebrating Wellness and Cultures,” was designed to raise awareness about women’s health issues by providing health information.Seven Natchitoches women attended...
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City Council prepares to wrap up fiscal year
Cheers and applause filled the arts center Tuesday, May 27 as the City Council greeted the award-winning members of Northwestern State University’s Middle Lab School Orchestra. Director Katrice LaC...
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Soar in Parish food stamps use coincides with cuts
The use of food stamps in Natchitoches Parish increased during the recession and resulting economic downturn-- assisting families in stretching their food dollars, contributing to local spending an...
May 31, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 11 11 recommendations | email to a friend
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Grants hope to revitalize Main Street; projects must be reviewed by Historic District Comm.
The Louisiana Main Street Program is now accepting applications for 2014-2015 Redevelopment Incentive Grants to encourage revitalization of historic downtown commercial properties in designated Mai...
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Students attain scholarships
Jayme Johnson, a graduate of Lakeview High School, received the Huey P. Woodson II scholarship. She will attend East Texas Baptist University in the fall of 2014 and study nursing. Parents are Benj...
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Sex Offender Tiers I, II, III
Tier I Sex Offender: A person convicted of committing or attempting to commit any of the following enumerated sex offenses or a comparable offense under the laws of another state. All offenses requ...
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Louisiana School graduates 92 seniors
Ninety-two seniors comprised the 30th graduating class of the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts and they participated in their commencement ceremony Saturday, May 24, in Prather Coli...
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Fire Dept. will train EMTs; program begins Mon.
The Natchitoches Fire Department (NFD) is now accepting applications for enrollment in its new EMT program. The EMT training class will begin on Monday, June 2 at the Natchitoches Fire Training Cen...
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Arkansas philanthropist remembered as supporter of arts and historic preservation
EL DORADO — Theodosia Murphy Nolan — one of the founding investors of what is now Murphy Oil Corp. — died Saturday in El Dorado of complications after surgery. In 1946, Nolan pooled her money along...
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APHN exhibit welcomes personal contributions
Remember the Cane River Bait Company? Singing stars Johnny Horton and Johnny Cash owned Cane River Bait Company, a fishing lure manufacturer operated in Natchitoches in 1960. The APHN Tri-Centennia...
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Women’s Health Day reveals huge gap in treatment of women, especially poor, black
“Women’s Health Day & Retreat 2014: Celebrating Wellness and Cultures,” was designed to raise awareness about women’s health issues by providing health information.Seven Natchitoches women attended...
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Farmers Markets to extend to Campti, Jackson Square
Come by with the family, and stock up on new items and old favorites. Campti and Jackson Square Marketplaces announce grand openings June 5-6. The Jackson Square Marketplace is located at the inter...
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City Council prepares to wrap up fiscal year
Cheers and applause filled the arts center Tuesday, May 27 as the City Council greeted the award-winning members of Northwestern State University’s Middle Lab School Orchestra. Director Katrice LaC...
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Living veteran erroneously listed among dead
A list of deceased veterans whose names were to be read at the Memorial Day Service May 30, incorrectly listed the name of Leland LaCaze. Mr. LaCaze is not deceased. The Times regrets the error. In...
May 30, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 2 2 recommendations | email to a friend
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Investigators suspect arson in rental home fire
A joint investigation by the La. State Fire Marshal’s Office,  Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Office and Natchitoches Fire District 5 has led to the arrest of a Jackson Parish woman in connection wi...
May 30, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 1 1 recommendations | email to a friend
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Inspired by military conflict, Chicken Wars will add spark to Cookin’ on Cane BBQ Festival
In a tribute to history and taste, the Tri-Centennial Celebration committee will join Natchitoches Area Jaycees for the Cookin’ on the Cane BBQ Festival. A special addition this year is the Chicken...
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