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Tri-Sigma will have ‘hole-in-one’ fundraiser
Tri Sigma Sorority at NSU is selling Fly-By-Hole-In-One tickets for $5. An airplane will fly over the NSU Recreation Golf Course March 11 and drop all of the ping pong balls that are sold over a ho...
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Army specialist returns to US after deployment
Army Spec. David T. Basco has returned to the U.S. after being deployed overseas at a forward operating base to serve in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.  Basco is a first platoon medic assig...
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LSMSA approved as provider in ‘Course Choice’
The Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts has been approved as one of 45 course providers in the state’s “Course Choice” program which takes effect during the 2013-14 school year. The Co...
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Suspect in custody tagged for second offense
A woman being held in the Natchitoches Parish Detention Center on a charge of simple burglary has been charged with the theft of items from a pickup truck. The suspect is Jennifer Nicole Kay, 26, o...
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Winter wheat may be harmed by Jan. flooding
BATON ROUGE, La.–Winter wheat is one of the few crops currently in the ground and subject to the adverse effects of flooding. Reports indicate that many winter wheat fields have experienced floodin...
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La. Dept. of Education releases new website, reflects shift toward parent, teacher empowerment
The Louisiana Department of Education announced an overhaul of its website in response to parent and educator feedback. The website’s URL has changed to www.louisianabelieves.com, reflecting the st...
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Horse owners must provide health certificates
The Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry (LDAF) is monitoring horses entering Louisiana from Illinois after reports of at least 68 horses that tested positive in recent months for Equin...
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Registrar lists election dates for April voting
There will be a municipal primary election Saturday, April 6 according to Registrar of Voters Debbie Waskom. A parish-wide proposition to renew millage for the Hospital Service District ambulance s...
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Subdividing lots within subdivision, extra road at issue in neighborhood
Appearances can be deceiving, as shown by the lengthy and heated minutes of the Jan. 2 City Planning and Zoning Commission meeting for a single item of business. Matthew Ellefson submitted an appli...
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This Week at NSU
Here is a look at the week of March 10-16 at Northwestern State University: March 10 – Women’s tennis vs. Sam Houston, 12 p.m. March 11 – B-Term classes begin March 11 – 19 – Late registration for ...
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Who’s Who at NSU
Name: Shirley Snyder Title: Coordinator of Criminal Justice program and Pre-Law and Paralegal Studies Program Education: JD – LSU; M.A. Student Personnel Services-NSU; B.A. Social Work-NSU. Years a...
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NSU Continuing Ed will offer floral design class
Northwestern State University’s Office of Electronic and Continuing Education will offer Basic Floral Design Part II beginning Saturday, March. 16. The course will be taught on March 16, 23 and 30 ...
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Sheriff says owner improving conditions at horse farm
Sheriff Victor Jones Jr. said in an interview Jan. 24 that he gave Clay Ryder of Ryder Ridge Horse Farm 30 days to improve conditions or face arrest. Jones said Monday that conditions at the farm h...
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Cemetery wall progressing
The Demeziere Wall Project and the Natchitoches Historic Foundation Park will be completed soon, according to chairman of the Historic District Development Commission Payne Williams. The HDDC met F...
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Just Talkin’
JT hears that Sue Hatley let Don out of the house for a couple of hours recently and he snuck off to see the Demons play Central Arkansas. Asked about the game, he said, “I was amazed at how small ...
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School board personnel list testing information
Natchitoches Parish students and students throughout the state will be taking the state standardized tests in two phases again this year. Phase I testing will be March 19. Students in fourth and ei...
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Registrar lists election dates for April voting
There will be a municipal primary election Saturday, April 6 according to Registrar of Voters Debbie Waskom. A parish-wide proposition to renew millage for the Hospital Service District ambulance s...
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Tri-Sigma will have ‘hole-in-one’ fundraiser
Tri Sigma Sorority at NSU is selling Fly-By-Hole-In-One tickets for $5. An airplane will fly over the NSU Recreation Golf Course March 11 and drop all of the ping pong balls that are sold over a ho...
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Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Office Teen Summit 2012
L. P. Vaughn Elementary/Middle School  Goal: To make a difference at L. P. Vaughn, with the purpose of addressing poor decisions. Create awareness of the dangers of the poor decisions students are ...
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Home Health recipients are at higher risk for certain illnesses
By Gail Batson, RN, MSN Home Health recipients are more susceptible to complications from influenza and pneumonia than the average adult. Home Health patients, most who are over 65, have chronic co...
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