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Former resident takes helm of corrections association
Former Natchitoches Parish Police Jury and native, Todd Thomas has been named president of the North American Association of Wardens and Superintendents, NAAWS. It is an organization that offers ne...
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Master Farmer Program is fine-tuned so more agricultural producers attain certification
CROWLEY, La. - The Louisiana Master Farmer Program is being fine-tuned with changes to enable more agricultural producers to achieve certification with completion of the program’s three phases. “Ov...
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Neighborhood stand against crime is Oct. 1
More than 15 neighborhoods and communities throughout Natchitoches parish will participate in National Night Out on Tuesday, Oct. 1. Events will include guest speakers from law enforcement and fire...
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Natchitoches Regional Medical Center Foundation issues call for wellness and healthy lifestyle related grants
The Natchitoches Regional Medical Center Foundation will accept applications until noon Monday, Nov. 4. Grants are awarded for projects and programs that promote healthy lifestyle and wellness acti...
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Physical therapy offers hope to patients wishing for independence
When a patient receives a diagnosis that they will never walk again, physical therapists often work tirelessly to help them regain some mobility. Dexter Humphrey wants to help patients regain their...
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Council and citizens uneasy about Morrow’s ethics violations
Thurman Baptiste was on the agenda at the Sept. 23 City Council meeting to ask what options Councilwoman Sylvia Morrow has other than resigning. Baptiste and a group of Morrow’s constituents were a...
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Children experience walking tours on downtown Natchitoches

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L.P. Vaughn announces the members of writing club

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Riverbank will close for Meat Pie Tri
The downtown riverbank will close to through traffic on Saturday, Sept. 28 in preparation for the Meat Pie Triathlon and remain closed until Sunday, Sept. 29. Lane closures will take effect Sunday ...
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Emergency Planning Month is in Sept.
DHH Teams Up with Louisiana's Faith-Based Community to Encourage Emergency Planning During National Preparedness Month The Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals is teaming up with the faith-...
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Just Talkin’
The judges’ elections won’t be until 2014, but there at least three candidates out there campaigning. Three people have confirmed to JT that they want to sit on the bench when Dee Hawthorne and Ric...
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Festival of Lights poster was unveiled Sept. 22
The Natchitoches Parish Fair and Rodeo and Carnival is Sept. 23-28. The carnival opens on weekdays from 5-10 p.m. and Saturdays from noon-10 p.m. Admission is $3. Children 2 years old and under get...
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Fairview Alpha students take a cruise and learn about bus safety

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Back to School Bash will pep up City Park
The City of Natchitoches Recreation and Parks Department will host a Back to School Bash on Saturday, Sept. 28 at the Natchitoches City Park. Students of all ages are welcome to attend and show off...
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Enrollment is down, student achievement is up
Northwestern State University’s fall enrollment is 8,944 students, according to Registrar Lillie Frazier Bell. The student population declined by 503 from last fall’s total of 9,447. Northwestern S...
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Violent crime centers around theft of property
The Natchitoches Police Dept. Violent Crimes Unit is seeking a suspect in a robbery early Sunday morning at 832 Lafayette. The victim, Tony Dillon, reported that two suspects entered his home at 4:...
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L.P. Vaughn Elementary announces the PBIS star students for Sept. 16

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What happens when ducks cross the street, they join a health club

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Rebel Historic Site will jam to mandolin, gospel
Learn the basics of the mandolin at a 10 a.m. workshop Saturday, Sept. 28 at Rebel State Historic Site. Jessie Kelly of Lake Charles will lead the workshop, which will be followed by an open-to-the...
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Trial Docket
City Court Judge Fred Gahagan lists the trial docket for Sept. 9: Nelsoener M. Bush, 14 counts city dog ordinance, dismissed. Teresa Coffey, theft by shoplifting, dismissed. Christopher Lemar Crosb...
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