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Natchitoches Treasures nomionations due
NATCHITOCHES – The City of Natchitoches is seeking nominations for 2014 Natchitoches Treasures. The Natchitoches Treasures are an elite group of Natchitoches residents of retirement age who have ma...
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Superintendent’s philosophy is accountability on all levels; anticipates great school gains
When Jessie Dale Skinner spoke to the Rotary Club Thursday, two things were obvious. First, he wants students to reach their maximum potential and wants to provide the tools they need to do so. Sec...
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City will advertise for depot improvements
There could be improvements soon at the Texas and Pacific Railway Depot on Trudeau Street. With approximately $341,000 from the State, City and Cane River Heritage Area Commission (CRNHA) appropria...
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Campti-Creston reunion approaching in October
Committee members of the Campti-Creston Alumni Association (CCAA) will celebrate its twelfth Biennial Reunion Oct. 24-26. CCAA’s reunion coordinator is Anita Jones. The non-profit organization was ...
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Queens’ pageant extends deadline for entries
Contestants are being sought for the Natchitoches Queens Scholarship Program Sunday, Sept. 14 at the Natchitoches Events Center. The Miss Merry Christmas Pageant and Miss Natchitoches Teen Pageant ...
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State’s most popular blooming summer plant needs care to ensure lost-lasting blossoms
HAMMOND, La. – What’s the most popular summer-blooming tree in Louisiana? Crape myrtles. Pretty easy question. Louisianians plant many crape myrtles in their landscapes every year. The lovely, long...
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Booze is out of bounds for kids sports
Dear Annie: I have a question for parents. Why, when the kids’ soccer, football or baseball games are over, do the parents open up the trunks of their cars and get out the beer? Tailgate parties wi...
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Rotarians will sponsor Make a Difference Day
The Natchitoches Rotary Club is sponsoring “Make a Difference Week” in this area Oct. 21-27. “The main goal of the project will be to help other in our community by putting your cares on hold for o...
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Company will rehab affordable apartments
The City will give a 10-year tax exemption to a company that will rehabilitate a 50-unit apartment complex that is classified as affordable housing. The City Housing Authority will transfer ownersh...
Aug 21, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 0 0 recommendations | email to a friend
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Events
Events and meetings that appear in this column are open to the public. The Natchitoches Parish 4-H Foundation deer corn raffle for 1 ton of deer corn is underway and the drawing will be Oct. 3. Tic...
Aug 21, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 0 0 recommendations | email to a friend
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Pep rally organizers plan morning of fun, activities to show appreciation to employees
Under the leadership of Natchitoches Parish School Board President Carl Means Sr., an organizing committee has announced plans for the second annual School Employee Rally Saturday, Aug. 23, at Natc...
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Foundation gathers support for park project
Sheriff Victor Jones met with Bernard Johnson, president and founder of the Richard Johnson Regional Improvement Foundation, to discuss his commitment to assist with cleaning and clearing of a 3.6-...
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Task force, federal marshals capture man on Mill Street
A man captured by U.S. Marshal’s Task Force and the Natchitoches Parish Multijurisdictional Task Force is being held in the Detention Center awaiting extradition to Fort Worth after he was shot and...
Aug 16, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 10 10 recommendations | email to a friend
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Strengthen, network, impact: Meet and Greet helps young professionals shape community
By Corey Poole Young professionals from the Natchitoches community gathered at The Landing Thursday, Aug. 14 to network and brainstorm ideas on how to improve the town and what it has to offer loca...
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City to host Back to School Bash and pep rally
The City of Natchitoches Recreation and Parks Department will host a Back to School Bash on Saturday, Aug. 16 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the downtown riverbank in Natchitoches. Students of all ages a...
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Parish Council will discuss Five Forks Road, deer dogs
Two employee of ADA Carbon Solutions Jennifer Brossette and Aaron Garrett of Demery Resources, will make a presentation to the Parish Council Monday, Aug. 18 about the economic impact of the two bu...
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National Register will add NSU locations in expansion of Normal Hill District
NATCHITOCHES – Historic portions of Northwestern State University’s campus will be included in the National Register of Historic Places, as determined by the United States Department of the Interio...
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Qualifying is Aug. 20-22 in Clerk of Court’s Office
Qualifying dates for the Nov. 4 election are Aug. 20-22. The primary ballots for Natchitoches Parish will open Tuesday, Nov. 4. The following offices will be on the ballots: U.S. Senator, U.S. Repr...
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CENLA rallying to muster support for Fort Polk in hopes of circumventing cuts to troop numbers
LEESVILLE, La.--Communities and organizations surrounding Fort Polk have organized letter-signing events to make it as easy as possible for area residents to voice their concerns and help stop a tr...
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Flora works to preserve community center
In recent years work has been done to the old Flora High School grounds in an effort to preserve the buildings and transform it into the busy Flora Community Center it is today. The old auditorium ...
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