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180 people attend fish fry; $600 birthday gift
Malcolm and I went to Stonewall to my sister, Peggy Cochran’s house this past Saturday, Aug. 24. She gave her husband Jim, a birthday party. She asked Malcolm to bring his fish fryer cooker and coo...
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Labor Day is the last holiday of summer
Monday, Aug. 26 Happy Birthday to those celebrating in September, they are: James Conant, Catherine Beaudion, Deloris Jones, Kathy Meric, Frank Metoyer, Dorothy Pichon, Jeanie Llorance, Randy Jones...
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Writer tackles her own health; ‘But I’m fighting to come back strong’
Well, I am now getting handicap walkers, porch ramp and a step placed into my house. This is a shame, I thought I was too young for all of this, but I guess not. I just fall all the time and some d...
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‘Dog days’ of the summer; dear friend passes
Monday, Aug. 26 Well it seems we are definitely in the dog days of the summer; it is the driest part of the year. This is the usual and one reason I do not agree with the beginning of school this e...
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Friends attend conference; Parent’s Night Out
Monday, Aug. 26 Pat Hall, Terri Rawls, Carol Colvin, Sue Roe, Sonya Parks, Jackie Parks and Brenda Youngblood enjoyed attending the Living Proof Live with Beth Moore at the Century Link Center in S...
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A reverend’s road to recovery in rehab
My prayers are with Tony Procell’s family. We had Youth Day on Sunday and the scripture came from John 13:34-35. Rev. Tucker Hunter taught the Sunday School lesson called “Sanctifying the Lord’s Da...
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News of brother-in-law passing saddens writer
We were saddened by the death of my brother-in-law, Pierce Longlis last week.  He was more like a brother to me.  He was a very caring, fun-loving person, and we all had a lot of good times togethe...
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Briarwood Baptist fellowship is set for Sept. 1; sisters care for one another at commuity center
The Briarwood Baptist Church hosted a pizza and game night Aug. 23; it was a lot of fun. There was a lot of pizza and fun after the meal. I was unable to attend, but those that went said it was fun...
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Run/Walk club will start fall training Sept. 14
Natchitoches Run/Walk Club is back in session. The club will kick-off fall training beginning Sept. 14 at 6 a.m. The training will consists of 5K, 10K, half-mile marathon and full marathon. Meet wi...
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Students move-in and attend convocation Aug. 25

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L.P. Vaughn announces Star Students for Aug. 26

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A burn ban will take place Aug. 28
Nick Verret, acting president of the Natchitoches Parish Government, and the Natchitoches Parish Office of Emergency Preparedness announce that due to extremely dry weather, resulting in drought co...
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A man driving an 18-wheeler drives off the overpass on 1-49 Hwy. 6

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Northwestern welcomes students back for the fall

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Goldonna will celebrate heritage at Drake Salt Works Festival
Visit northeast Natchitoches Parish for a day of heritage and fun in Goldonna Saturday, Aug. 31 at the Drake Salt Works Festival. Activities include arts and crafts booths, food, a parade, an ATV r...
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Aug. 26-30 is Voter Registration/Education Week
Sec. of State Tom Schedler’s office in conjunction Debbie Waskom, Registrar of Voters announced that Voter Registration/Education Week will be Aug. 26–30.  When you go to the polls to cast your vot...
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Employees complete banking school
Bank of Montgomery officers Deirdre C. Nelson and Stephen Van Sickle graduated from the Graduate School of Banking at LSU in Baton Rouge June 6. The school provides graduate level study for bank of...
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Try a free ice cream cone with any purchase at Magee's benefitting Hope for Paws

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Search continues for kidnap victim
Joe Dewil, a spokesman for the Sabine Parish Sheriff’s Office describes a search and rescue rather that a recovery mission for Many resident Tony Procell. “Obviously we’re over 24 hours that he has...
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Cane River dropping and near close stage
Cane River Patrol Officer Betty Fuller said Wednesday that Cane River is at 96.4 MSL. The commission will close the lake if it reaches 96 feet as stated in an ordinance to prevent injury and proper...
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