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CCAA presents scholarships to Lakeview graduates

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Storage units to have fence; new applications for businesses say Planning and Zoning
Neighbor met neighbor at a meeting of the Planning and Zoning Commission Tuesday, July 1. Concerned citizens from residences a block behind the storage units on Keyser Avenue and Dr. Robert Flourno...
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Bill opens doors for alternate route of graduation as part of special education plan
Debate over Louisiana’s education system continues with the passing of legislation that offers special education students an alternative path to a high school diploma. Unlike Jindal’s public denoun...
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Happy Birthday USA!

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Parish lists road repairs per district
The Parish Government Highway Dept. personnel graded 138 miles of roads during May according to the monthly report submitted to the Parish Council by Director Nick Verret. A majority of the work wa...
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Celebration on the Cane promises fun with fireworks, jumpers, music
The Natchitoches Tri-Centennial Steering Committee will partner with the City of Natchitoches to present an All-American Fourth of July at Celebration on the Cane Friday, July 4. The free event wil...
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LNC Reunion releases schedule
Registration for the LNC Reunion begins Friday, July 4 at 8 a.m. at the Ben Johnson Auditorium. A mini-health fair will be at 9 a.m., followed by parade lineup at 9:30 a.m. at the old location for ...
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2-week camp is $25
A week of instruction and activities in recreation, life skills and civic responsibilities will greet summer day campers in a new program by the City of Natchitoches Recreation and Parks Department...
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Students selected as ambassadors
Forty students were recently chosen to serve as ambassadors for the 2014-15 school year at the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts. Ambassadors are integral parts of LSMSA. They are no...
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Marking History

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Saving Grandpere’s tomb talent show, donations hope to restore founder’s marker
The St. Augustine Historical Society (SAHS) promises to “move the spirits” at Grandpere’s Talent Extravaganza. Funds are needed to save the eroding tomb of Nicolas Augustin Metoyer (Grandpere) and ...
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Terrific Kids at East Natchitoches
The Terrific Kids for East Natchtioches Elementary are pictured with their certificates. In front from left are Sedajah Hall, Sparkles Anit, Fredrick Smith, Ara Jae Jones, Lindsay Robinson and Zacc...
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Terrific Kids at Fairview Alpha
Kiwanis Terrific Kids for the month of March at Fairview Alpha are, in front from left, Jordan Moran, Shiann Harris, Nathaniel Garner, Ethan Harvey, Bronson McLendon, Lauren Custis and Kade Dyer. I...
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Home day care providers can get money for food
The Child/Adult Care Food program, sponsored by the Louisiana Housing Assistance Corporation, offers a nutrition program to people caring for children in their home. The program pays for two meals ...
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Littering costs money; signs warn of penalties
District 3 Councilperson Sylvia Morrow and area business owners, pastors, church members, organizations and university students are joining together to combat litter. Signs in bright colors have th...
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'What is life?' meeting planned for Monday
Ryan Verrett posed the question, “What is life?” A Pro-Life Town Hall meeting will be held Monday, June 30 from 6-7:30 p.m. to educate the community about what is happening in the pro-life movement...
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Bills tackle reproduction, sex education
Sparking debate about abortion and sex education, Gov. Bobby Jindal’s recent pro-life legislation may cause four of Louisiana’s five outpatient abortion clinics to close. Two weeks ago, he signed t...
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Clinic offers medical break for employees, general public
Workers whose employers have sponsored a “Walk in Clinic” are better positioned to access low-cost preventive care. It’s a win-win for employees and businesses as a healthy workforce leads to highe...
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Mill and manager recieve nomination for award
Louisiana Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR), a Department of Defense office, announced today that Mill Manager, Hunter Whiteley, and the International Paper Red River Mill were honor...
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Woodmen present flags

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