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Terrific Kids Cloutierville
Cloutierville Elementary/Jr. High announces its Terrific Kids for October. On first row from left are Nathaniel Brosett, Natily Smith, Ay’Aona Harbor, Jamal Barnes, Bre’Auna Logan and Madison Robin...
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Goldonna Students of the Week

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Friends to Animals
The Sons of Confederate Veterans made a generous donation to aid the Natchitoches Humane Society (NHS)in relieving the suffering of equines in our parish Sept. 11. Dep. Shannon Wright andJuanita Mu...
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Students qualify for black scholarships awards
Three Natchitoches high school seniors are semifinalists in the 2013 National Achievement Scholarship Program. They are part of more than 1,600 qualifying Black Americans and will compete for appro...
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Center seeking talent for Christmas concert
The Louisiana Folklife Center is seeking participants for its annual Multicultural Christmas Concert on Nov. 27 in the Treen Auditorium at the Louisiana School for Math, Science and the Arts (LSMSA...
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Early voting ends today
Registrar of Voters Debbie Waskom reports that 2,391 people early voted through Saturday. Early voters have averaged over 500 each of the five days, Tuesday through Saturday. Early voting continues...
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Fitness Challenge

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CLECO sends team to help after storm
Cleco is sending a 26-member storm team to assist Baltimore Gas and Electric (BGE) as forecasters predict Hurricane Sandy will bring destructive winds over a large area in the mid-Atlantic and East...
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Westside Baptist Church accepting donations for shoebox ministry, Operation Christmas Child
Westside Baptist Church is busy preparing Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes. The boxes, which will be sent to over 100 countries, are filled with toys, candy, school supplies, soap, toothbrushes ...
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Sheriff’s office hosts event for Neighborhood Watch programs training from around state
Law enforcement officers from across the state attended a Natchitoches Neighborhood Watch training event Oct. 24-25. The program, hosted by the Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Office and The Partners...
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Craftsman looks to nature for materials to make beautiful, unusual creations
Most people get their pens from the bank, and when that fails they go to the store. But Norman Norsworthy’s not like most people. He makes his own, preferably from deer antlers. For the past four y...
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NSU department will bear name of benefactor
‘The Gallaspy family as a whole has been touched for many years by the institution known as Northwestern.  The Normal has enriched our lives for generations.’ John Gallaspy
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Animal Control Shelter held a pet parade Saturday
The Natchitoches Animal Control Shelter held a pet parade Saturday. From left are winners Shelby McCain with Wiley (first place Best Dressed), Tara Corman with Gidget (first place Ugly Mug) and Oak...
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St. Mary's teacher engages students under new standards
By Steven Niette Louisiana public schools are being applauded for their ranking improvements and switchover to Common Core standards and teaching methods, but they’re not the only ones renewing the...
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Officers get training on Neighborhood Watch
By Steven Niette Law enforcement officers from across the state attended a Natchitoches Neighborhood Watch training event Oct. 24-25. The program, hosted by the Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Office...
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John Murrell, an outlaw remembered
By Kerlin Sutton A small squadron of mounted outlaws, no more than twenty in all, took an obscure trail deep into Kisatchie Forrest. The little traveled trail moved them upward under the green embr...
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Service Recognized
Councilwoman Sylvia Morrow gave a recognition presentation to Linda Queen at City Counsel. Queen’s worked with the Department of Children and Family Services for 34 years. From left are Morrow, Que...
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Provencal Elementary - Pre K students learn fire prevention and safety

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NSU Elementary Lab students on honor roll for first grading period of the year
Principal Caron Coleman announces the honor roll at the NSU Elementary Lab School for the first nine weeks. Principal’s List 4.0 Second Grade: Madison Brian, Ethan Brown, Chloe Byrd, Caden Conley, ...
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This Week at NSU
Oct. 28 – Nov. 2 – Annual Homecoming Exhibition, Hanchey Gallery Oct. 28 – NSU Chamber Orchestra, Magale Recital Hall, 4 p.m. Oct. 30 – Fall Read, D’Amato-Thomas Reading Room, Watson Library, 5:30 ...
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