Money for FINS
Rho Beta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. presented school supplies and a check for school uniforms to Sheriff Victor Jones and Families In Need (FINS) officer Tanja Legardy as a ...
Natchitoches babies Sydney Culotta, in Saints gear, and Leigha Busby, in LSU gear, are gearing up for football season with their cheerleading uniforms. Sydney is 8 months old and the daughter of So...
Qualifying opens Tuesday
Qualifying for parish elections in the Oct. 22 election will be Sept. 6-8 according to Clerk of Court Louie Bernard.
The clerk’s office will open for qualifying Tuesday and Wednesday from 8:30 a.m....
Charter meetings scheduled
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: Ashland...
City under boil order
The City of Natchitoches has issued a city-wide boil order due to low water pressure. All customers of the City of Natchitoches, Water Works District #1, and Clarence water system are under the bo...
Preschoolers get ‘right start’ at NCHS
The Natchitoches Police Officer’s Association, Local 1998, represented by Union President Cpl. Firal Robertson, presented brand new toys to the Right Start program at Natchitoches Central High Scho...
City moving forward on hotel
The City will take another step toward developing a downtown hotel by advertising for bids for the Ducournau paving and drainage project.
The Natchitoches City Council voted Monday to advertise for...
Water system has boil order
Because of the loss of water pressure, the Marthaville Water System has been placed under a mandatory boil order.
This order is issued as a precaution until investigative samples have been tested b...
Faithful reader Norm Fletcher sent JT some notes about Cane River this week. Norm says he saw where the river under the Church Street Bridge is only about 3 feet. “Back around 1946-47, some of us t...
Justice Dept. approves redistricting
The. U. S. Justice Dept., Civil Rights Division, has approved the 2011 redistricting plan submitted by consultant Cedric Floyd for the Natchitoches Parish Police Jury.
The plan was approved as it ...