Boy and Girls Club dinner rescheduled
The El Camino Real Boys and Girls Club Steak and Burger Dinner scheduled for today, Thursday, has been rescheduled for April 18.
The speaker was to be NSU basketball coach Mike McConathy.
Vendors are needed for the Ashland Spring Festival April 27. The event will be at the Ashland Community Center, 719 Hwy 153, Ashland. For a form, call the Ashland Town Hall at 544-0044.
Freedom Life Church is holding a barbecue plate lunch benefit Thursday, March 21 for Joe Levasseur, who has recently incurred medical expenses and is unable to work. The plates are $7 and include b...
Shriners selling Vidalia onions
The Nakatosh Shrine Club is selling 10-pound bags of Vidalia onions for $10 each. To purchase call or email Lennie Shankle at 471-3054 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Orders are due April 1 and oni...
NSU Middle Lab race is Saturday
The Natchitoches Run/Walk Club is partnering with the NSU Middle Lab School Student Council to put on the “Running with my Peeps” 5K and “1-Mile Jelly Bean Jog” March 23.
Forms can be mailed in to ...
Boil advisory lifted at Hagewood
The Louisiana Dept. of Health & Hospitals and the Office of Public Health has rescinded the boil advisory issued to Hagewood Water System. Samples have been tested to confirm that the water supply ...
Free phones available for some
Louisiana Commission for the Deaf is partnering with New Horizons Independent Living Center to provide free phones with amplified hearing equipment to eligible persons. New Horizons will be at the ...
Sheriff’s fish fry is Friday
The Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Office will have a benefit lunch for the American Cancer Society, March of Dimes and Louisiana Special Olympics Friday, March 22 from 11 a.m. – 1 pm. at the vegeta...
It’s an old cliche about making lemonade from lemons but Peggy Braxton is doing just that. Peggy is a mainstay for the El Camino Real Boys and Girls Club that had it big fundraiser, the traditiona...
Letter to the Editor
We adopted the Blanchard Road dog, AKA Ferrel Gas dog, Sassy and Blanche, and now Piper in October, 2011. We had every intention of having her spayed, but it took months to even get a...
Ethics rules biased toward Governor
BATON ROUGE (CNS)—This week’s civics lesson will take a look at how ethics for public officials, much like the Golden Rule, is based in large part on who has the gold. And apparently, if you are ap...
Jindal faces tough audience on taxes
Facing a tougher audience than he had for his stand-up comedy routine before the Washington Gridiron Show, Gov. Bobby Jindal could have used a few jokes to soften up legislative committee members w...