Relay benefit is Friday
Mayor Posey, City Council members, and City Department heads will serve barbecue chicken lunches Friday, April 5 from 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m. on the downtown riverbank for $8 each. Delivery is available...
Phi Mu Alpha
Members of Phi Mu Alpha music fraternity at Northwestern State University donated their time and talent for a work day at First Presbyterian Church here in Natchitoches. The young men cleaned wind...
Teacher PREP program taking applications
Applications are being accepted for Northwestern State University’s Practitioner Teacher Program (PREP). PREP is a summer-intensive, fast-track program that results in Louisiana teacher certificat...
Trial Docket Feb. 25
City Court Judge Fred Gahagan lists the trial docket for Feb. 25.
Kendrick Aaron, theft by shoplifting, BW failure to appear.
Herbet Baptiste, disturbing the peace, pled guilty, sentence of the cou...
Trial Docket Jan. 28
City Court Judge Fred Gahagan lists the trial docket for Jan. 28:
Thomas Anthony Jr., open container, reset July 22.
Danielle Barnes, telephone harassment, reset Feb. 25.
Devontez R. Carolina, resi...
Fundraiser for late deputy set
Fill bellies and hearts by attending 2BlueBBQ Saturday, April 27. 2BlueBBQ is a plate lunch sale benefitting the family of Ricky Isaac Jr., a Natchitoches Parish Sherriff’s Deputy who died in an on...
Deputies complete DWI training course
Eight Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Deputies recently attended and completed the Standardized Field Sobriety Testing certification course held at the NPD Training Center in Natchitoches.
The SFST ...
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Saint Matthew School Community Association will have a fish fry Saturday, April 6 from 11 a.m.03 p.m. Dinners are $10 and include drinks....
NSU students place at NATS competition
Five NSU students won first place at the Louisiana competition of the National Association of Teachers of Singing held at the University of Louisiana at Monroe. Eleven students under voice faculty ...
Supt. of Schools Derwood Duke provided a moment of laughter at the school board meeting recently. The discussion was whether to allow corporal punishment and school board member Tommy Melder was a...