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City permits over $1 million in March construction
The City of Natchitoches issued 73 building permits totaling $1,583,709 in March. Those permits include: * 1 Commercial * 1 Residential with penalty * 9 Residential * 1 Electric commercial repair *...
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Parish records first homicide of year with discovery of body in field near Natchez
Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Detectives are working the first homicide case of 2013, after a body was discovered Sunday morning in the Natchez area according to Natchitoches Parish Sheriff Victor ...
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Marthaville festival issues save-the-date
Marthaville Good Ole Days Festival director Fuzzy Hennigan says save the date of Sept. 21 as the community prepares for the 21st annual festival. Traditionally held on the third weekend in Septembe...
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Lions Club selling roses
The Lions Club is selling long-stem red roses with baby’s breath and greenery that will be delivered to homes or offices May 9-10 in time for Mother’s Day. The roses are $20 per dozen. Email dnelso...
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L.P. Vaughn Star Students March 18

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Veterans Park Committee dedicates benches

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Provencal announces honor roll for nine weeks
Provencal Elementary and Jr. High Principal Willa Freeman announced the honor roll for the third-nine weeks. Principal’s List First Grade: Rylea Broadway, Jacob Bynog, Lucy Carr, Kayne Clark, Ethan...
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L.P. Vaughn ticket winners for March 18

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Grad student gets published
Research by a Northwestern State University graduate student was published in a leading educational technology journal and was presented at the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Educat...
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NSU scholarship essay contest open to high school students
The fifth annual NSU Louisiana High School Essay Contest is open for submissions until June 15.  The essay contest is open to all Louisiana students in grades 9-12 regardless of type of school inst...
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Induction will be big in more than 1 way even with Shaq
The date has been set—the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame Museum will open June 30, according to president and CEO of the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame Foundation Lisa Babin. This will immediately fo...
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Winning is about losing
Spring is a time of change, and that’s exactly what participants in the Warehouse Fitness Biggest Loser weight-loss competition want for themselves. “But we don’t call ourselves the Biggest Losers,...
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Teacher, professor using geography to teach critical thinking to 1st graders
Donna Beauboeuf, first grade teacher at NSU Elementary Lab School, and Dr. Paul Nagel presented “Marco & Polo: Reading Adventures to Engage First Graders in Critical Thinking,” at the 51st annual M...
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Robeline recall effort thwarted
The movement to recall Robeline police chief Mike Marbut has failed, according to Registrar of Voters Debbie Waskom. Waskom said the La. Attorney General’s office said there were not enough valid s...
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Agency accredits technical college programs
The Air Conditioning and Refrigeration, Electrician, Industrial Maintenance and Welding Technology programs at the Northwest Louisiana Technical College (NWLTC) have received full accreditation. Th...
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Run of the Brothers Keepers’ Motorcycle Club April 13 will be beginning of annual event
The first Natchitoches Run of the Brothers Keepers Motorcycle Club is April 13 at the Cane River Bar and Grill. Registration is at 9 a.m., the first bike out will be at 10 a.m., the last bike in wi...
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Fire
The Ulas and Crystal Harvey home on Hwy. 480 (Red Oak Road) in Natchitoches Parish, approximately 1 mile north of the Grappes Bluff area, burned during the power outage Easter Sunday. Natchitoches ...
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Church historian will share memories as a life-time member of Trinity Episcopal
“What’s in a name?” For Trinity Episcopal Church, that phrase hits home. When a New York detachment scaled the stairs to the church’s belfry during the Civil War, a general’s name is the only thing...
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Parish Council committees begin meeting
At the initial meeting of the Parish Commission Advisory Commission on Personnel Policy Tuesday, April 2, the Commission voted to hold weekly meetings every Tuesday morning at 9:30 a.m. in the Pari...
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Sorority to present Dancing with the Sigmas
The Tri Sigma’s Dancing with the Stars is Thursday, April 11 at 7 p.m. in the NSU Student Union Ballroom. Dancers include John Bonnette, Johnny Cox, Dustin Cross, John Godfrey, Marcus Jones, Victor...
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