Katie Lombardino, a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution, visited Saint Mary’s fifth graders and demonstrated the correct way to display the flag. She had the children get into grou...
Marthaville readies for Good Ole Days
Marthaville presents the 18th annual Marthaville Good Ole Days Festival Sept. 17-18 sponsored by Encana Oil and Gas.
Gospel in the Park will begin at 6:30 p.m. Friday evening featuring southern go...
Bank announces new lending officer
Exchange Bank recently added Aaron Johnson to its lending staff.
Johnson served 20 years as a U.S. Navy officer before moving to Natchitoches.
Mike Newton, president and CEO, said, “Exchange Ba...
Man arrested for $9,700 of marijuana
A Natchitoches man was arrested by the Natchitoches Multi-Jurisdictional Drug Task Force after the recovery of approximately $9,700 (street value) worth of suspected marijuana.
According to a Task ...
Richard and Carol Wester report that the folks in Goldonna had their share of bad luck last weekend but remained undaunted in spite of it all. Since Richard is running for assessor, he rode in the ...
There’s a little friendly sibling rivalry between Mason and Reese Seard who will be supporting their favorite teams when the Northwestern State Demons travel to Baton Rouge Saturday to meet the LS...
Hot weather to return next week
A slow, soaking rainfall event caused by Tropical Storm Lee’s rainbands provided some relief to the ongoing exceptional drought status in Natchitoches Parish Sept. 3-4.
National Weather Service Dop...
Dr. Mecca Abdullah, a native of Natchitoches and Natchitoches Central High School Class of 2003 graduate, received her doctorate of dental surgery May 27 from the University of Tennessee Health Sci...
Charter meetings start today
There will be a series of meetings to inform the public about the home rule charter that will be on the Oct. 22 ballot.
All meetings start at 6 p.m. The meetings will be:
Thursday, Sept. 8: Ashlan...