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Last day for early voting; office open til 6
Today, Saturday, Oct. 12, is the last day to cast an early vote in the Oct. 19 election.  Early voting is available from 8:30 a.m. until 6 p.m. at the parish Registrar of Voters’ Office on first fl...
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Sheriff says out-of-state scammers use grant money lies to target pocket books
Sheriff Victor Jones Jr. warns public of a new scam that seems targets residents’ pocketbooks and federal grant money. Scammers call from an out-of-state telephone number and tell people s they wer...
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NSU registration begins next week
Registration for B Term classes at Northwestern State University will be Oct. 14-18 within academic departments. B term classes will begin Oct. 21 but students can register through the department o...
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City collects upwards of $3,000 in permit fees
Planning and zoning director, Juanita Fowler issues permit statistics totaling $672, 713 from Sept. 1-30. The city collected fees totaling $3,425. Those permits include: •1 Commercial $22 •2 Electr...
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Robeline man is arrested on felony drug charges
Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Deputies have arrested a Robeline man on felony drug charges according to the Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Office. Flient Bryan Saffel, 43, of the 4300 block of La. H...
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Wanted suspects are spotted on school grounds and caught at abandoned residence
A Natchitoches man listed on the Sheriff’s Most Wanted List was captured Thursday by Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Deputies in the Provencal community according to Sheriff Victor Jones Jr. Deputies...
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Faculty member honored for variety of service
Each year Jo Bath Stamey and her family presented the Em Knipmeyer Excellence in Teaching Award to a deserving staff member at St. Mary’s School.  Knipmeyer is the sister of Stamey and was a gradua...
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Fall Pilgrimage Tour will showcase intimate look at homes, recipes
Embark on the Fall Pilgrimage Tour Oct. 11-13 for an inside look into national historic homes and plantations. The tour, presented by the Association for the Preservation of Historic Natchitoches, ...
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Fire departments and EMS respond to a vehicle crash causing an explosion

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Church will have dog beauty day
Freedom Life Church Reach Ministry will host a dog wash and nail trim Saturday, Oct.12 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the church at 1530 Keyser. A wash for dogs under 30 pounds will be $7 and dogs ov...
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Fort will have candlelight tour
The National Park Service may be feeling the effects of the partial government shut-down, but State Historic Site Fort St. Jean Baptiste remains opens. Fall programs include the following: Oct. 12,...
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Washington shutdown impacting river pumps
Cane River Patrol Officer Betty Fuller updated the Rotary members on several aspects of the lake when she spoke to the club Oct. 1. The project to pump water from Red River into Cane River continue...
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Historic District kicks off Halloween with family friendly Crows on the Cane and Pumpkin Glow
The Historic District Business Association (HDBA) will sponsor a Crows on the Cane scarecrow festival. Crows on the Cane will take place Friday-Sunday, Oct. 11-13 with the Pumpkin Glow, on Oct. 12....
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Goldonna Elementary and Junior High announced students for week for Sept. 13

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Provencal principal presents a check to Chili's in support of St. Jude's

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Provencal principal presents a check to Chili's in support of St. Jude's

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Goldonna Elementary and Junior High announced students for week for Sept. 13

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Dr. Fairest Hill uplifts, excites and motivates students at the Magnet School on Monday
Kids rehearsed, “We are an A+ School” as motivational speaker Dr. Fairest Hill from Tampa spoke to them Oct. 7 at 3:30 p.m. at the Natchitoches Magnet School gym. Hill grew up in the Brewster Proje...
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Provencal Junior High School announces the Terrific Kids for September

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L.P. Vaughn Elementary and Middle School announces the star students for Oct. 7

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