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Jazz Fest to sell raffle tickets
The Natchitoches Jazz and R&B Fest will sell raffle tickets as a fundraiser for the festival. The drawing will take place Saturday, April 18 at the Can-Am stage during Jazz Fest. Tickets are $20 ea...
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LP Vaughn featured its Star Students
L. P. Vaughn featured its PBIS Star Students and ticket winners for the week of Jan. 26. On front row from left are Lexton Thomas, Demetris Emmitt, Kolton Mikeska and Jonah Coultier. On middle row ...
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Dinner will support H.E.L.P.
H.E.L.P. (Hunters Enriching Lives of People) is an organization in Sabine Parish that takes physically challenged individuals into the outdoors for activities such as hunting, fishing etc. These in...
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Goldonna features Students of the Week
Goldonna features its Students of the Week for Jan. 9. From left are Principal Kendria Sanders, Jacob Harford, Emma Anderson, Harley Bedgood, Kane Milner, Michael Ellis and Cara Racine.
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Rotary meeting features NSU staff member
Jason Drury, a member of the Northwestern State sports medicine staff since 2004 and head athletic trainer for football since 2010, provided the Natchitoches Rotary club with a look at the key role...
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Rapides Foundation will sponsor workforce development program Friday in Alexandria
The Rapides Foundation will announce a new funding opportunity for workforce development Friday, February 6, at 11 a.m. The Economic Development Workforce Opportunity Grant supports training and ed...
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Civilian labor force on the rise in Louisiana
BATON ROUGE — Louisiana’s civilian labor force grew by 83,212 over the year to 2,185,988 in November, according to not seasonally adjusted November data released today by the Louisiana Workforce Co...
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Police Chief issues warning about scams, offers tips to avoid being victimized
The Natchitoches Police Department has received multiple calls from citizens reporting what the Natchitoches Police Department believes to be possible scams according to Chief Micky Dove. The follo...
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St. Mary's girls basketball wins championship
Coach Johnny Cox guided the St. Mary’s girls basketball team to a district 3-1 A championship over Logansport with a 61-45 victory. On first row from left are Ann Evans, Cheyenne Doty, Makenzie Met...
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Man dies after fall at Red River Mill
Phillip Whitehead, 57, of Winnfield died from injuries sustained during a fall at the International Paper-Red River Mill near Campti Jan. 30 at 11 a.m., according to Natchitoches Parish Sheriff Vic...
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Members appointed to Board of Supervisors
Gov. Bobby Jindal announced appointments to the University of Louisiana System Board of Supervisors Jan. 8. The University of Louisiana System Board of Supervisors’ responsibilities include, but ar...
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Fraternity chapter recognizes sisters for acedemic success
The Kappa Iota chapter of Phi Mu Fraternity recognizes 42 sisters for making the President’s and Dean’s List for the Fall 2014 semester at Northwestern State University.  President’s List Brooke An...
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Math professor at LSUS receives nationanl award for far-reaching influence
‘Professor Judith Covington is a talented and passionate teacher devoted to mentoring current and future teachers. Her teaching is characterized as well rounded, making use of a healthy balance of ...
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Citizens group to meet Monday
Citizens for Democratic Action will meet Monday, Feb. 9 at 6:30 p.m. at the North Street Day Care Center.
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Schools feature Terrific Kids

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Local keeps nuisance predators at bay
Charles Brossette, electrical superintendent for the City of Natchitoches, killed a bobcat near his home in Cloutierville. Brossette likes hunting deer and turkey on a Wildlife Management Area near...
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South Drive utility project to begin Monday
The City of Natchitoches advises the public that construction will begin on South Drive from Keyser Avenue to Hancock Avenue Monday, Feb. 2. The construction project will include relocating water a...
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Office of Community Services announces low income energy assistance funds
The Natchitoches Parish Office of Community Services (OCS) announces the availability of funds dedicated to assist low income households with their energy payments in Natchitoches Parish. All appli...
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APHN wins Louey Award
The Association for the Preservation of Historic Natchitoches (APHN) won a Louey Award for Best Festival/Event of the year in honor of their work at the Lemee House for Natchitoches’ Tri-Centennial...
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State Police add equipment to HazMat field
Baton Rouge – Louisiana State Police added new pieces of training equipment to the Joint Emergency Services Training Center (JESTC) located in Zachary. These additions to the Hazardous Materials (H...
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