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Campti Community development center offering activities; members attend conference
Campti Community Development Center is a community based organization based in Campti with a mission to provide activities and programs that will improve the education and health status of individu...
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Deputies arrest 2 in series of thefts
A joint investigation by the Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Office, Natchitoches City Police and Louisiana State Police has led to the arrests of two people in connection with a series of thefts in ...
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NPD captures fugitive from Desoto Parish
Alray Alcapone Price was apprehended Wednesday, Feb. 20. The Natchitoches Police Department (NPD) was alerted on Thursday, Feb. 7 that Price was wanted in Desoto parish for attempted second-degree ...
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Middle Lab students catapult to 3rd place
Regional Autonomous Robotics Circuit (RARC) competition Feb. 9 at the Bossier Civics Center. The meeting introduced a challenge to elementary and middle school students by incorporating the element...
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Who’s Who at NSU
Name: Jamila S. Maxie Title: Director of Testing Years at NSU: 10 Job Description: As part of the Student Development division of Student Affairs, the Testing Center offers a variety of testing ser...
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NSU cheer camp participants to perform Saturday
Northwestern State University will host its Spring Cheerleading Clinic Saturday, Feb. 23 for participants in Pre-K through 12th grade.  Participants are invited to attend as a squad or as an indivi...
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NSU professor joins with local sculptor to create Cane River art
Natchitoches artists Matt DeFord and Danny Brockner are in the process of installing a collaborative piece of public art on the city’s downtown riverbank near the Roque House. Located on the north ...
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Recall process begun for Robeline chief
A recall petition has been turned in against Robeline police chief Mike Marbut according to Registrar of Voters Debbie Waskom. Waskom said that signatures of 40 percent of the 131 registered voters...
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Jazz/r&b fest draws classic and Local acts
The Natchitoches Jazz/R&B Festival Board of Directors has announced that the festival will occur April 12-13 on the downtown Natchitoches riverbank. Rock and roll legend Eddie Money and country/pop...
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NSU librarian to be recognized at state conference
Michael Matthews, head of Serials, Media and Interlibrary Loan at Northwestern State University’s Eugene P. Watson Memorial Library, was named the Louisiana Library Association’s Outstanding Academ...
Feb 22, 2013 | 0 0 comments | 1 1 recommendations | email to a friend
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This Week at NSU
Here is a look at the week of Feb. 24 – March 2 at Northwestern State University. Feb. 24 – Baseball vs. Texas-Pan American, Brown-Stroud Field, 1 p.m. Feb. 24 – Northwestern Theatre and Dance pres...
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Natchitoches continues to attract residents and businesses
Story and Photos by Steven Niette Last year was a busy one for the City Planning and Zoning Dept. According to director Juanita Fowler, the department issued 17 new construction residential permits...
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Veterans and Memorial Park moving forward in fundraising and construction

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Black Heritage Parade will feature local residents who were at forefront of integration
The Natchitoches Blacks Heritage was an outgrowth of the group formed to host the appearance of the Rev. Jesse Jackson during his presidential campaign. This ad hoc committee continued as a permane...
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Terrific Kids

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‘Warm Bodies’ walks away from cliché zombie-themed flicks; showing at Parkway
“Walking Dead” enthusiasts and “Resident Evil” fans be warned: “Warm Bodies” is not the traditional zombie gore-fest. However, like “The Walking Dead,” it’s a story that deserves to be told and avo...
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Telephone scams targeting elderly; money sent overseas can’t be reclaimed
The Natchitoches Police Dept. officers said Tuesday that there have been a rash of scams among primarily senior citizens during the last week. Capt. Brad Walker said people posing as residents of f...
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FFA Week marks importance of agriculture
Throughout our daily activities, we perform acts that are vital to maintain a civilized life. Every day, we partake in a daily routine that includes hygiene, nourishment, clothing, transportation, ...
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Students hope creating game software at LSMSA will lead to career
Everett Moser had barely celebrated a double digit birthday when he learned C++. The Covington natives’ fascination with computer software began in the 5th grade as a way to create software and gam...
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New digs: Federal research chimps savor Louisiana retirement
JANET McCONNAUGHEY, Associated Press KEITHVILLE, La. (AP) — For the first time in their lives, four aging chimpanzees once used in federal research can go outside whenever they like. They can lie o...
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