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Marthaville PTO raising money for playground
Monday, April 15 Marthaville PTO has worked very hard this year to raise money for new playground equipment. So far, they have raised $ 3,000 toward the equipment, but they need to raise a total of...
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Lots of good music at jazz festival
Monday, April 15 They were rockin’ and rollin’ at the Jazz Festival Saturday. Lots of folks from all walks of life came to enjoy the good food and great music. There was beautiful weather for a gre...
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Lots of birthdays in Natchez
Monday, April 15 Happy birthday wishes are extended to Pearlie Jones, April 20; Brenda Forest, April 22; Haley Johnson, April 24; Betty Forest and Roderick Hamilton, April 26; Charleigha Morris, Ap...
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Writer profiles talents of sisters; still having remarkable lives and aging gracefully
Monday, April 15 I guess the most of us talk about our family a lot, especially if we are close to them.  Our family has been blessed with a long life already.  My oldest sister, Irene, was 90 when...
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Ladies-Night-Out provides inspiration for those attending despite long drive
Monday, April 15 Rose Johnson and I attended a ladies night out at Cypress Baptist Church in Benton lasts Thursday. Debbie Wilson was the speaker and the ladies of the church supplied a box lunch s...
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Black Lake church baptizes and has First Communion services
Monday, April 15 Congratulations to Aubree Rachal and Jace Johnson who were baptized and to Randell Slaughter and Rebecca Gallien on their First Communion. School children were testing last week. I...
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Writer recalls days of forming ball leagues to have activities for children in Campti
Monday, April 15 I was sorry to hear that Mrs. Bernice Hines’ home in Creston burned and it was a total loss. This is really so sad. I feel like she will stay with Jerry. The Town council meeting w...
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Provencal writer offers prayers for victims in Boston tragedy; reports on church activities
Monday, April 15 I want to start off sending my prayers to the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings that occurred April 15. This was a senseless tragedy. Robeline’s Heritage Festival, a memorial...
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Time-honored tradition continues at Lakeview wih prom; community turns out for fundraiser for cancer victim
Monday, April 8 Limousines, carriage rides, bow ties, up-dos, sequins, flowers and smiles; it’s prom time. Lakeview High School prom was Saturday, April 6 and students stepped out in style. Many vi...
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Spring cleaning applies to medicine cabinet
Spring often means cleaning the house from top to bottom. But one important place is often overlooked—-the medicine cabinet. An annual review of prescriptions, over-the-counter medicines and hygien...
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Library to host activities
The Natchitoches Parish Library continues celebrating National Library Week through April 20. The library will host a book talk and signing with local author Danny Von Kanel today from 6–7:30 p.m. ...
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St. Mary’s teachers use Apple iPad technology to create paperless classroom
St. Mary’s Catholic School is now using the latest Apple iPad technology in the secondary classroom thanks to funds awarded from the La. Board of Elementary and Secondary Education. Senior English ...
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Gallery will display graphics, photos exhibit
Northwestern State University’s Department of Fine + Graphic Art will host two exhibition openings this week at the Orville Hanchey Gallery. “Aibohphobia,” a graphic communications group exhibition...
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Main Street will award interior, exterior grants
Natchitoches Main Street is soliciting Redevelopment Incentive Grant applications from downtown commercial building or business owners. The Louisiana Main Street program offering two types of compe...
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St. Mary's students participate in literary rally

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St. Mary's 'Rising to the Peak'

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Essay contest at NSU open to students in grades 9-12; theme is ‘Preserving Louisiana’
The fifth annual Northwestern State University 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 regardl...
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Red Hats mark birthdays of 2 members
Monday, April 15 The Natchitoches Red Hat sisters went to a birthday party for Carolyn Lindsey and Betty Smith at IHOP April 9. Those in attendance were Carolyn Lindsey, Betty Smith, Anna Airhart, ...
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Permits important to pump project for Cane River/Red River
The Cane River Waterway (CRWC) is moving to the next stage of the project to pump water from Red River into Cane River. CRWC Patrol Officer and secretary Betty Fuller said last week that the commis...
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High water closes Cane River
Cane River Lake was closed because of high water April 11. It will remain closed until the lake reaches 98.5 and falling.  The only boats allowed on the lake during this time are non-powered and el...
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