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Scarecrow contest and pumpkin glow offer chance to win prize
Crows on the Cane will return with a scarecrow contest sponsored by the Historic District Business Association (HDBA). Crows on the Cane will take place Friday-Sunday, Oct. 11-13 with an added feat...
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IP says Red River Mill ‘valuable and strategic part of company’ as Alabama plant closes
A spokesman for International Paper says the Red River Mill at Campti remains a valuable and strategic part of the company in light of IP’s announcement this week that the Courtland, Ala., mill is ...
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Back to School Bash is today
The City of Natchitoches Recreation and Parks Department will host a Back to School Bash today, Saturday, Sept. 28 at the Natchitoches City Park on Amulet Street. The Back to School Bash begins at ...
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Advance tickets available for Fall Tour of Homes
Experience the charm of Louisiana’s original French colony during the Fall Pilgrimage on Oct. 11-13 in Natchitoches Parish. The tour showcases national historic homes and plantations; some of these...
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Cox will detail ins, outs of Legislature
The non-partisan Cane River League of Women Voters will host an open town hall meeting Thursday, Oct. 3 at 5:30 p.m. in the arts center. Representative Kenny Cox will share an insider’s perspective...
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Volunteers can train in disaster response
Sheriff Victor Jones, director of the Natchitoches Parish Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness, will host a training for anyone who is interested in being a part of the Community ...
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Hospital foundation will award lifestyle grants
The Natchitoches Regional Medical Center Foundation will accept applications until noon Monday, Nov. 4 for grants that will be arded bt the Foundtion. Grants are awarded for projects and programs t...
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La. Attorney Gen. joins bandwagon for tight regulation of e-cigarettes
By Mark Pratt, Associated Press BOSTON— Forty attorneys general, including La. AG Buddy Caldwell, sent a letter to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday urging the agency to meet its own...
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Former officer pleads not guilty to slaying
A Natchitoches man accused of killing Tony Process of Many pleaded not guilty Thursday morning in Sabine Parish. Robert Barthelemy, 34, a former Natchitoches City Police Officer, pleaded not guilty...
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NPD Arrests
Natchitoches Police Chief Mickey Dove released the following arrests from Sept. 12-20: Mortellis McDaniel, 9186 Hwy. 1, Natchez, aggravated flight from officer, reckless operation, no driver’s lice...
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Criminal charges result from foot chase
Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Deputies have arrested a Natchez man on several criminal charges  after a foot chase in the Natchez community on Tuesday morning according to Natchitoches Parish Sheri...
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Two people charged in thefts of equipment taken from railroad employee in Campti
Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Detectives have arrested a couple in connection with recent thefts in the Campti area according to Natchitoches Parish Sheriff Victor Jones Jr. George A. Jackson, 52 o...
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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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Hurt community will host ATV and gun safety
Twin Valley Resource Conservation and Development Area, Inc. (RC&D) will host a safety class on ATV and gun safety for adults Saturday, Sept. 28 at the Fairview Alpha Baptist Church on Hwy. 71 past...
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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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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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