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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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Man recsues two puppies from creek, helps them find a home
Phillip Wilkerson is a bailiff employed by the Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Office. He wears an invisible animal hero’s badge under his uniform and over his heart. About two weeks ago, while retur...
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Get to know the basics of home health care
Home health care is provided in a patient’s home by healthcare professionals. The term “home health care” is distinguishable from “non-medical care” or “custodial care,” which is provided by person...
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No civil service raises; yet statewide officials continue to get raises
By Tom Aswell Capitol News Bureau BATON ROUGE (CNS)—Rank and file state civil service employees have gone without pay increases, merit or otherwise, since 2009 but at least 104 managers, directors,...
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Woman charged with kidnapping; another sought in store theft
Shandrekia “Rekia” Shuvontae Sloan, 24, is wanted by the Natchitoches Police Dept. on charges of felony theft. There is a warrant for her arrest in connection with the theft of $700 from the regist...
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Saint Mary’s students promoted breast cancer awareness throughout October
Saint Mary’s students promoted breast cancer awareness throughout October. On Friday, students and teachers formed a huge pink ribbon in the gym in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. See more ...
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Orchestra concert is Sunday in Magale Hall
The Natchitoches Central High School nationally award-winning Orchestra will collaborate with the Natchitoches Northwestern Symphony to present a concert Sunday, Oct. 28 at 4 p.m. in Magale Recital...
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Early voting numbers climb; continues until Tuesday
Some 562 people early voted Thursday bringing the three-day total to 1,870 according the report issued by Registrar of voters Debbie Waskom. Of the 1,870 who have early voted, 1,234 are white and 5...
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The Lakeview HS Air Force Junior ROTC $500 donation
The Lakeview HS Air Force Junior ROTC (AFJROTC) Cadet Corps’ citizenship program was recognized Oct. 25 by Peoples State Bank with a $500 donation. The mission of AFJROTC is to “Develop Citizens of...
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Big numbers are early voting here
Registrar of Voters Debbie Waskom reports a big turnout for the first two days of early voting. Some 1,308 people have voted Tuesday and Wednesday. On Wednesday, 514 people early voted. Of that tot...
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Dept. recognizes endowed professorship and chair recipients at NSU
Northwestern State University’s College of Science, Technology and Business honored the recipients of endowed professorships and an endowed chair.   Funds for the chair and professorships are provi...
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The Louisiana Supreme Court Red Mass
The Louisiana Supreme Court joined local and area judges from Rapides, Caddo and Sabine parishes at the Red Mass Oct. 12. Trinity Episcopal Church held the mass in honor of local law enforcement an...
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Howl-o-Ween is Saturday
The Natchitoches Animal Shelter will have a Howl-o-ween Pet Parade and costume contest Saturday, Oct. 27 at 9 a.m. There is a five dollar registration fee and a form that participants may pick up a...
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United Steel Workers Local Union 13-1331 donated $500 to three schools totaling $1,500
United Steel Workers Local Union 13-1331 donated $500 to three schools totaling $1,500 for the support of student excellence and achievement. The schools are George L. Parks Elementary Middle, L.P....
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Campti-Creston alumni will meet Friday and Saturday
Committee members of the Campti-Creston Alumni Association announce the Biennial Reunion will be Oct. 26- 28. The non-profit organization was formed in 1987 to maintain identity with the Campti Com...
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Lakeview student writes paper on ‘How Cell War I Began’
Madison Rowell completed a project entitled “How Cell War I Began” in the Lakeview High School Biology I class taught by David Greene. “Hi, my name is Estabon. I was an old protein and a successful...
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