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Family Day at the Park set for Saturday; volunteers requested
The City of Natchitoches requests volunteers for Family Day at the Park Saturday, June 28. This free community event will be held at City Park located at 300 Amulet Street from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Activ...
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City Council hears public comments, agenda items
Lingering and new concerns filled the minutes of the City Council meeting Monday, June 23. “Now is the time to hear these issues,” stated Ernestine Armstrong. Armstrong joined rows of citizens repr...
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Permits required
Permits for use of Sibley Lake will expire June 30 and should be renewed before that date. The annual fee for a permit is $5. They can be purchased at the Buddy’s Grocery, Settle’s Landing and WalM...
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Coming meetings
The next scheduled City Council meeting is Monday, July 14 at the Arts Center. Pre-meeting starts at 5 p.m. The City of Natchitoches Planning and Zoning Commission will hold its regular meeting on ...
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Community honors veteran
Police and Sheriff departments from across the state, as well as passing motorists, took a moment Tuesday, June 24 to reflect and honor the life’s work of the late Randolph Otrice ‘Randy’ Weaver. A...
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Lakeview Pharmacy cuts ribbon

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MidSouth cuts ribbon
MidSouth Bank hosted an open house and reception celebrating the completed renovations of the Royal Street Banking Center at 315 Royal Street on Thursday May 29. The Natchitoches Area Chamber of Co...
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Project assists early education
Early childhood education is a cornerstone of development, a fact represented and supported by agencies across the City and Parish. The Natchitoches School Readiness Project, a joint venture betwee...
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Natchitoches prepares for ACT certification
The Natchitoches Area Chamber of Commerce announces the application team that will apply for Certification through the ACT Work Ready Communities (WRC) program.  The Orchard Foundation and the Cent...
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Bankers attend graduate school
Area bankers spent two week at Louisiana State University’s Graduate School of Banking. From left are Billy Gray with Exchange Bank, Ginger Laurent with Louisiana Bankers Association and Lacy Merri...
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Bank recieves high ranking
The Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA) named Sabine State Bank as among the top performing banks in the nations. IBCA compiles its rankings from year-end FDIC call report data to ident...
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IP grants fund education
International Paper provides more than $10 million per year to support thousands of charitable organizations in the communities where employees live and work. Company contributions and Foundation g...
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Bank of Montgomery sponsors Trail Ride
Bank of Montgomery was a Silver Buck Sponsor of the 7th annual St. Augustine Catholic Church “River Ride” Trail Ride May 30-31. Lyn Christophe, BOM Vice President & Branch Manager, was also on the ...
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Streets will close for fireworks
The Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame Foundation will hold a special fundraising event, Folse, Fun and Fireworks, Friday, June 20 as part of the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame Induction Weekend festivit...
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Sports Hall of Fame Celebration begins Thursday
Red carpets and excited fans will mark the 2014 Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame Induction Celebration, honoring 11 state sports heroes. The nearly year-old Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame and Northwest...
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Natchitoches Special Education Department, in accordance with State guidelines, will destroy all special education records of former students born January, 1980-December, 1988. These records are no longer needed for educational purposes. All unclaimed records will be destroyed on Thursday, July 17. If you are interested in obtaining these records or seek additional information, call 318-352-2358 Cheryl Johnson at ext. 1172 or Beverly Bayonne at ext. 1182 or Markeisha White at ext. 1166.
Natchitoches Special Education Department, in accordance with State guidelines, will destroy all special education records of former students born January, 1980-December, 1988. These records are no...
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Flags, fashions, family to mark Juneteenth
Celebrating Juneteenth in Natchitoches Parish, a flag raising ceremony will be held this morning, Thursday June 19 at 9 a.m. at the MLK Memorial Triangle. The Louisiana National Guard, students fro...
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Drawdown planned for Black Lake plant growth
Hydrilla, giant salvinia, water hyacinth and coon tails choke the waters of Black-Clear Lake. In an attempt to control the aquatic vegetation and improve fish habitat, the Louisiana Department of W...
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Coal plants fear EPA regulations, closures, price of natural gas
Impending EPA regulations that are forcing retirement of 30 existing coal plants could force up to a 30 percent increase in electrical rates in 2015 if those EPA regulations go into effect. That wa...
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Volunteers needed for Family Day at the Park
The City of Natchitoches requests volunteers for Family Day at the Park Saturday, June 28. This free community event will be held at City Park located at 300 Amulet Street from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Activ...
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