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Area schools list Terrific Kids

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L. P. Vaughn honors students

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Fairview Alpha presents Terrific Kids
Terrific Kids at Fairview Alpha for January are, in front from left, Shanyvia Whitaker, Tamia Lloyd, Lexi Mancil, Kaylie Russel, Autumn Womack and Kyron Miller. In middle are James Owens, Antuan Na...
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Lakeview celebrates ROTC

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Fairview Alpha Paws Stars
The Fairview Alpha Elementary Paws Stars for the second nine weeks are: Principal’s Honor Roll Evan Baker, Isaac Coleman, Tracey Cox, Colby Creamer, Auriana Demery, Vontioner Pier, Jarmarian Vaughn...
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Lakeview Jr./Sr. High Honor Roll
Principal William Hymes announces the honor roll for the fall semester, 2013, at Lakeview Jr./Sr. High Seventh Grade Principal’s List 4.0: Latia Beavers, Matthew Vaughn A Honor roll: Jada Aldredge,...
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NSU to host History Bowl
Northwestern State University will host the Northern Louisiana National History Bee and Bowl Saturday, March 1 at Watson Library beginning at 9 a.m. Admission to the event is free and the public is...
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International Paper reports unprecedented surge in female job applicants, recruits
By Christopher Donville Even the final frontier didn’t change Lauren Scallon’s mind. She rejected NASA for a pulp and paper mill that gets so loud she needs earplugs and where steel-toed boots are ...
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Class studies plants
Amanda Adams’ second grade class at Provencal has studied plants.  They completed a plant book and monitored their seeds to watch them grow. In front from left are Chloe Roberts, Rufus King, Haley ...
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Math instructor owes professional debt to mom
A math instructor from the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts was recognized as the February Educator of the Month by LA-SIGMA. Brad Burkman has been in education for 20 years, and af...
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List of electronic, financial crimes grows
A Natchitoches woman arrested in connection with an identify theft scheme Feb. 4 has been arrested again by Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s High Tech Crime Unit detectives after new information surfa...
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Oulla students collect can tabs
Students at Olla Elementary School gathered 486 pounds of can tabs to support a fundraiser for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital at Northwestern State University. Mary Thompson’s third grade cl...
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City Council considers resolutions, tax incomes
Unanimous agreement marked the city council meeting Monday, Feb. 24. All agenda items were passed-- including proclamations to declare Feb. 25 as Tom Murchison Day, to allow the City to share road ...
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Mayor requests continued recycling efforts
“My kids, through education, got me into recycling years ago,” stated Mayor Lee Posey at a special forum held before the city council meeting Monday, Feb. 24. The Mayor addressed citizens and repre...
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HDDC plans for Tri-Centennial music; will partner with NSU, City, Heritage Area for pocket park
“98 percent of what we’re doing is free and open to the public. There’s no reason not to come,” stated David Stamey at a meeting of the Historic District Development Commission Thursday, Feb. 20. H...
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Tom Sawyer volunteers will meet in the morning, fix up trails
Volunteers will don work gloves and get their hands dirty in honor of Briarwood’s Tom Sawyer Day Celebration Saturday, Feb. 22. Workers will meet at the Interpretative Center at 9 a.m. for coffee, ...
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Campti library branch location changes
There’s been a glitch in the effort to locate a Natchitoches Parish Library branch in Campti but it isn’t a big one. Library Director Bob Black told the Parish Council Tuesday that an inspection of...
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Rotary names Student of Month
The Natchitoches Rotary Club honored Megan Chesal, LSMSA senior, as the Student of the Month.   Dr. Pat Widhalm, executive director of the Louisiana School for Math, Science and the Arts, introduce...
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Banks support President's Command Performance

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Relay races for cure, carries torch of hope
The American Cancer Society Relay For Life represents the hope that those lost to cancer will not be forgotten, that those who are battling cancer will be supported and that one day cancer will be ...
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