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Forest service waiving some fees
In celebration of National Public Lands Day, the U.S.Forest Service will waive most recreation use fees such as camping, motorized trails, boat launches and day-use areas in Kisatchie National Fore...
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‘Crows on the Cane’ will offer cash prizes
The Historic Downtown Business Association is hosting a “Crows on the Cane” fall scarecrow celebration on Oct. 13-14. Children, students, businesses, civic organizations and individuals can create ...
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Rotary Club
The Natchitoches Rotary Club welcomed back Matt Barbour, the Red River Mill Manager for International Paper, to its regular meeting.   He provided the club with a presentation about the common myth...
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Students meet early, at 7 a.m., to hold ‘See You at the Pole’ prayer service
‘But when I see young people out there taking the initiative, it shows me there are young people out there shining a light.’ Lesa Thompson
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L.P. Vaughn celebrates Grandparents
L. P. Vaughn Elementary/Middle School hosted Grandparents’ Day Sept. 13. Students honored their grandparents at a ceremony in which school secretary and grandparent LaTonia Mims sang a tribute. Gra...
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It’s Fair Time

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School board members facing term limits on November ballot
Natchitoches Parish voters will get a chance to decide if they want term limits for the school board members. On the Nov. 6 ballot, voters in each of the 11 parish school board districts can decide...
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DOTD will remove bridge on Water Well Road
Weather permitting, beginning Oct. 2, LA 478 (Water Well Road) will be closed to the traveling public from Old River Road to La. 1. The Julien Bayou Bridge will be closing and removed Oct. 1 accord...
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Veterans Park Support
Rick Nowlin demonstrated corporate and personal support for the Natchitoches Parish Veterans and Memorial Park project with contribution of both money and engineering services to the committee for ...
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Student of the Month
The Natchitoches Rotary Club honored  Toria Beasley as the Student of the Month.   William Hymes, Lakeview High School principal, introduced Toria as a highly successful senior and Beta Club leader...
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Driver dies in one-vehicle wreck Tuesday
Kenneth C. Johnson of Natchitoches died in a single vehicle crash around 1 p.m. Sept. 25. according to La. State Police. Johnson was driving his 2000 Chevrolet pickup south on U.S. Hwy. 71 south of...
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Voter registration deadline Oct. 9
Sec. of State Tom Schedler joins fellow secretaries of state on National Voter Registration Day to make eligible voters aware of the registration deadlines and requirements for the Nov. 6 election....
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Hospital names surgical department after NSU alumnus, former resident
West Calcasieu Cameron Hospital in Sulphur held a dedication ceremony to honor Northwestern State University alumnus Dr. Walter Ledet Jr. and his colleague Dr. A. Kent Seale in naming the hospital’...
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‘Middle Passage’ shows students meager space slaves had on ships from Africa to America
‘Each slave had an area typically less than 2 feet by 6 feet, with less than 5 feet of head space.’ Dr. Mark Van Rhyn
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History Lesson
Donna Beaubeouf’s first grade class at NSU Elementary Lab School celebrated the life and legacy of Johnny Appleseed Sept. 21. Students dressed as pioneers of the 1700s, wrote stories and made “tin ...
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Murder suspect turns himself in to police
The Natchitoches Police Department has made an arrest in conjunction with a murder that occurred at the corner of Bossier and Caspari Streets Aug. 24. Dekarius Edwards, 28, was arrested for the mur...
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State fire marshall charges woman with arson for fire at Levy East House
 State Fire Marshal H. “Butch” Browning released information Monday night relating to an arrest made in an arson fire which occurred June 19 at the Levy-East Bed & Breakfast on 358 Jefferson St. In...
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Library patrons can learn new language with new software
Learning a new language with Mango Languages is free for all Natchitoches Parish Library patrons and offers a fast and convenient solution for the community’s increasing language-learning needs. Th...
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Gala speaker says correlation between struggling kids and absent fathers
Carey Casey is on a mission. Casey is the CEO of the National Center for Fathering (NCF). According to him, ?Every child needs a father, a grandfather or a father figure in their lives.? Those atte...
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Christian Scholars

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