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Papers on ‘Dust Bowl’ and ‘Hiroshima’ win students trip to National History Day contest
Anne Evans and Lauren Fidelak, students at St. Mary’s Catholic School, traveled to Washington, D. C. June 9 – 13 to participate in the Kenneth E. Behring National History Day Contest at the Univers...
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Ethics board hits councilwoman with $1,000 fine for taking ‘economic value’ money
The Louisiana Board of Ethics has fined City Councilwoman Sylvia Morrow $1,000 for soliciting money from a City employee and officers of companies with City contracts. The order was issued June 21 ...
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NPD apprehends drunk driver who fled scene after running into deputy’s car
A Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Deputy was seriously injured in a wreck on Keyser Avenue, near WalMart Friday night about 11:14 p.m., according to Natchitoches Parish Sheriff Victor Jones Jr. Dep. ...
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Dog microchipping, bathing is Saturday
Dog owners can get low-cost microchips implanted in their pets Saturday, Aug.17 from  9 a.m.–1 p.m. at Tractor Supply during the Natchitoches Humane Society’s bath day.  In an attempt to return bel...
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Historic District tours underway
Park Rangers from Cane River Creole National Historical Park will continue to offer free guided walking tours of the Natchitoches Historic District throughout August. The tours will take place Thur...
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Just Talkin’
Don Hatley wrote JT a note several weeks ago telling that Monte Sayer, an otherwise fine representative of the male species, had the folks in Vienna Bend out frantically hunting for his brand new $...
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City Council handles mostly routine business; airport to get rehab work; museum on Front St.
Before the City Council meeting began Aug. 12, the council recognized Cynthia Sutton, Samantha Bonnett and Rebecca Blankenbaker for competing in the All American City Natchitoches was one of 20 cit...
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Largest ATV park in nation to open near Springhill in 2014
Muddy Bottoms ATV and Recreation Park will be the largest park of its kind in the nation and is scheduled to open in Springhill April 2014.  The property’s footprint consists of over 5,000 acres wi...
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Councilwoman attends workforce conference sponsored by CDC
The Coordinating and Development Corporation hosted Ark-La-Tex Workforce Solutions Symposium at the Margaritaville Resort Casino in Bossier City July 18. Councilperson Sylvia Morrow of District No....
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Sabine State Bank proudly sponsors the American Cancer Society's Seersucker, Sandals and Sundresses Gala

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Report says patients rank highly
Natchitoches Regional Medical Center was listed among the state’s top hospitals in the July/August issue of Louisiana Life magazine. To be listed, at least 50 percent of patients questioned had to ...
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National Guard promotes platoon leader to 1st lieutenant
John H. Allen has been promoted to the rank of first lieutenant in the U.S. Army National Guard. Allen is a platoon leader assigned to the Louisiana National Guard at Natchitoches.  The new first l...
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National Guard member promoted to sergeant
 Nyesha L. Sigue has been promoted to the rank of staff sergeant in the U.S. Army National Guard.     Sigue is an intelligence sergeant assigned to the Headquarter, Headquarters Company, 2-156th In...
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Fun on the first day of school

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Get your dog bathed, clipped, chipped Saturday
The Natchitoches Humane Society will have a dog wash Saturday, Aug. 17 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. at Tractor Supply. Baths for dogs under 40 pounds will be $5; baths for larger dogs will be $10. For $5, NS...
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University systems president says partnerships vital in keeping graduates in state
Dr. Sandra Woodley, president of the University of Louisiana System, encouraged strategic planning and collaboration between higher education and business/industry to improve workforce development ...
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Attorney general names Blake to staff
Jonathan Blake, son of Marvin and Ethel Blake of Natchitoches, will become an Assistant Attorney General in the office of La. Attorney General James D.”Buddy” Caldwell effective Aug. 26. Blake will...
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Rescue is Exciting! Adoption is Sweet! Spay Neuter Solves the Problem! says Hope for PAWS
What does it mean to an unwanted dog to be in the care of Natchitoches Hope for Paws? You are one of 45. It means medical care, a bath, and our volunteers and contributors have put a roof over your...
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History Detectives declare NCPTT camp a success; may take curriculum to parish schools
Sixteen amateur detectives investigated local history during History Detective’s Camp held July 15-19 at the National Center for Preservation Technology and Training (NCPTT), a program for the Nati...
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LSMSA grad wins Fulbright Scholarship
A 2009 graduate of the Louisiana School for the Math, Science and the Arts was recently awarded a Fulbright U.S. Student Program scholarship to Serbia for an English teaching assistantship, accordi...
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