Bridge to close
The Church Street Bridge will be closed Friday, May 29 from 9 a.m. – noon for a routine bridge inspection.
Plaque to honor late student
The Citizens for Democratic Action will place a plaque in memory of the late Johnquarius Smith, during a public ceremony in the gym at Natchitoches Central High School Friday, April 9 at 10 a.m. Sm...
Spring dance concert is April 10-11
The Department of Dance at the Louisiana School of Math, Science, and the Arts and Vox Novus collaborated on a special edition of 60x60 focused on Louisiana. Directors Audra Allen and J. Lillian Gr...
Stines donates to Jazz Fest
Stines sponsored the Natchitoches Jazz and R&B Festival, scheduled for Friday and Saturday, April 17-18. From left are Phillip Wilkerson, Alex Chandler, Daniel Page, Robert Salter and Scott Barbo. ...
Position open on Zoning Board
Parish President Rick Nowlin announced a vacancy on the Parish Planning and Zoning Board. If interested apply by mail to: Office of the President, P. O. Box 799, 200 Church Street, Natchitoches 714...
New 911 Center rendering revealed
In addition to the regular business of the Natchitoches Parish Communications District during its March 17 meeting, Commissioners were treated to a long awaited glimpse of a “photo like” rendering ...
NPSO to host Chicken Dinner
The Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Office will host a Chicken Dinner Fundraiser benefitting NARC, a non-profit organization serving adults with developmental disabilities, Friday, April 10 from 11 a...
State Rep. visits local school
State Rep. Kenny Cox, District 23, discusses his job responsibilities for the upcoming legislative session in Baton Rouge with a social studies class at Cloutierville Elementary and Jr. High School...
Long seeking re-election
Friends of State Sen. Gerald Long joined him and his wife Rose Tuesday, March 31 at a fundraiser for his re-election to District 31. The district includes Natchitoches, Sabine, Winn, Grant and port...
Foundation meeting set
The Natchitoches Community Improvement Foundation, Inc. will meet, Tuesday, April 14 at 7 p.m. at the Martin Luther King Recreation Center, 660 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive.