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Inside the Hospital
The hot and humid weekends are here, and as we move into summer, Louisiana families are already enjoying pools, lakes, rivers and beaches to cool off and enjoy fun in the sun. Swimming and water sp...
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Mental health clinic receives accreditation
Dr. Doris A. Small, LCSU, LMHP, the founder and owner of Winterhaven Professional Counseling Services, LLC., a mental health rehabilitation outpatient clinic, has announced that the clinic been acc...
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Gold Sponsorship
Dr. Bob Gillan, left, co-chair of the Natchitoches Parish Veterans and Memorial Park Committee, presented Natchitoches Rotary Club President Phil Habig with a Gold Sponsorship certificate in recogn...
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Rotary News
The Rotary Club’s Presidents’ Party was in April.
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Inauguration
Clerk of Court Louie Bernard swore in Mayor Lee Posey, the Natchitoches City Council, the Natchitoches Police Dept. and the Natchitoches Fire Dept. at the inauguration ceremony Friday at the Natchi...
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Police dept. seeking suspects in robbery, rape, shooting
The Natchitoches Police Dept. is looking for Kevin Jamon Johnson, 22, who is wanted out of the Houston area for aggravated robbery and is a suspect in a capital murder case. Intelligence has led th...
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Events
Events that appear in this column are open to the public. The Natchitoches Humane Society will host a pet adoption day on the second Saturday of every month, weather permitting, at Tractor Supply a...
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Millage rate to generate City $104,000
The Natchitoches City Council rolled forward its millage rates to increase revenue by $104,200. Councilman Jack McCain Jr. said he is always against rolling forward millage rates and intended to be...
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Kids Visit Alligator Farm
Grant Bowden, veterans assistance counselor for the La. Dept. of Veterans Affairs, joined Valerie Minchew, veterans employment representative for the Louisiana WorkForce Commission, to present the ...
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NSU Calendar
Here is a look at the week of June 3-9 at Northwestern State University. June 3-6 - National Cheerleading Association Camp June 3-7 - Louisiana Association of Student Councils Senior High Workshop ...
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What are you doing this summer?
NSU student and Natchitoches Times intern Alexis Reliford hit the streets to find out how people will spend their summer.
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Who’s Who at NSU
Name: Andrew Lewis Title: Director of Musical Theatre/Assistant Professor of Theatre Education: B.A., Weber State University, and M.F.A., University of Central Florida. Years at NSU: One Brief Job ...
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NPSO lists arrests for May 21-29
Sheriff Victor Jones Jr. lists arrests for May 21-29. Danny Lee Smith, 34, 141 Desadier Road, operating a motor vehicle under suspension Shawn Christopher Morgan, 43, 320 Williams Ave., operating a...
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Kids Hope Volunteers
Kids Hope and First United Methodist Church provided lunch for the faculty of L.P. Vaughn Elementary/Middle School. Kids Hope volunteers took sandwiches, chips, dips, deviled eggs, homemade candies...
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Red River area to benefit from mill’s focus
While International Paper’s $4.5 billion dollar acquisition of corrugated packaging company Temple-Inland last month took place 360 miles away at company headquarters in Memphis, Tenn., the Red Riv...
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Journey into Middle Earth
Natchitoches Magnet sixth grade gifted students took a journey into “Middle Earth” with a book study of J.R.R. Tolkien’s “The Hobbit”. They are awaiting the new movie release that will premiere in ...
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NSU to host theatre camp
Northwestern State University’s Dept. of Theatre and Dance will host a Summer Theatre Camp to include acting, singing and dancing July 25-Aug. 1 for children ages 8-13. Participants will audition, ...
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Bank helps family through SNAP funds
In an effort to meet the needs of the communities, Peoples State Bank assisted Rosia Lee Humphrey with modifications to her home through the Special Needs Assistance Program (SNAP). “We are thrille...
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Green Market to kick off boot camp, coincide with the Cookin’ on the Cane
The Cane River Green Market (CRGM) will continue its summer season Saturday, June 2 in conjunction with the annual Cookin’ on the Cane BBQ Festival. Natchitoches’ local farmer’s market will take pl...
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Potato Project
Sonny Evans, right, a member of Methodist Men at First United Methodist Church, presents 500 ears of sweet corn and 500 sweet potatoes to Sherrill Milner, left, and John Jarvis from the Robeline Fo...
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