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Follow That Yellow Brick Road to Campti
The staff at Campti branch of City Bank dressed as characters from “The Wizard of Oz” and even re-created the yellow brick road for Halloween. From left are Norvel Garner, Josh Alost, Oneka Joseph,...
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Library will forgive fines in exchange for canned food
The Natchitoches Parish Library is offering its patrons an alternative to paying fines during the month of November. Starting on Nov. 1, the library will begin its annual “Can your Fines” program. ...
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Students learn of Mexican “Day of the Dead” tradition
In preparation for NSU’s Language and Communication Department’s Fall Read event, Christine Ferrell’s Spanish 1010 classes from Natchitoches Central conducted a service-learning project at NSU Elem...
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Funds Raised

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Head Start Awareness banner competition

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Star Students

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L.P. Vaughn Ticket Winners

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St. Mary’s Halloween

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GSA club goal is to make youth more comfortable with sexual orientation
The Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) club at the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts along with the school’s Student Activities Board (SAB) hosted “Spirit Day” to show support for lesbian, ...
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Record numbers turn out in Natchitoches for early voting
The 7th day of early voting, Tuesday, set another record when 712 people voted according to Registrar of Voters Debbie Waskom. There were 688 in-person voters and 24 mail ballots. Monday was a prev...
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Chamber of Commerce website has useful information to assist voters in researching issues, candidates
The Natchitoches Area Chamber of Commerce provides information for voters for the Nov. 6 election on its website NatchitochesChamber.com. Click the “Government Affairs” link in the Membership colum...
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Man dies in accidental shooting
Natchitoches Police Dept. officers investigated the accidental shooting death of a man early Thursday morning. Capt. Brad Walker said officers were called to the home of Kenneth D. Gray at 121 Laur...
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Council meeting rescheduled
The Natchitoches City council meeting scheduled for Monday, Nov. 12 has been rescheduled to Tuesday, Nov. 13 because of Veterans Day. The pre-meeting begins at 5 p.m. and the meeting begins at 5:30...
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Bingo, gumbo on tap at St. Anne’s
St. Anne’s Catholic Church on Old River will hold its bingo and gumbo Nov. 10. Bingo prizes range from home goods to homemade cakes and pies. There will be a raffle drawing for $200. Parishioners w...
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LSMSA to hosts prospective students
The Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts will host its annual November “Exploration Day” program aimed at prospective students in 6-12 grade and their parents. The event will take place...
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Thousands opting out of BP Gulf oil spill settlement
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The architects of a proposed class-action settlement of claims spawned by the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico are confident it won't be derailed by thousands of businesses and...
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Christian Scholars 4-H Club holds meeting
 The bright, cool afternoon of Monday, Oct. 8 was a pleasant setting for the second monthly meeting of the Christian Scholars at Home 4-H club. After the opening routine, club members and parents a...
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SGA at NSU hopes students will pledge to recycle more with awarness event set
Northwestern State University will commemorate America Recycles Day with a recycling awareness event from 9 a.m. - noon Thursday, Nov. 15 on the pedestrian brick way in front of Kyser Hall.  The un...
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Just Talkin’
JT was watching in disbelief at the coverage of the destruction Storm Sandy left, particularly in New York. It was all too-familiar to Louisiana folks who lived through Katrina and many other hurri...
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Governor’s Mansion to display ornaments made by NSU-E-LAB students
In celebration of the Bicentennial, First Lady, Supriya Jindal selected several ornaments that exemplify the uniqueness of Louisiana.  The ornament can represent the artist, their family, Natchitoc...
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