Councilwoman Sylvia Morrow gave a recognition presentation to Linda Queen at City Counsel. Queen’s worked with the Department of Children and Family Services for 34 years. From left are Morrow, Que...
John Murrell, an outlaw remembered
By Kerlin Sutton
A small squadron of mounted outlaws, no more than twenty in all, took an obscure trail deep into Kisatchie Forrest. The little traveled trail moved them upward under the green emb...
NCHS seniors semifinalists in program
Three Natchitoches high school seniors are semifinalists in the 2013 National Achievement Scholarship Program. They are part of more than 1,600 qualifying Black Americans and will compete for appro...
Howl-o-Ween is Saturday
The Natchitoches Animal Shelter will have a Howl-o-ween Pet Parade and costume contest Saturday, Oct. 27 at 9 a.m. There is a five dollar registration fee and a form that participants may pick up a...
Big numbers are early voting here
Registrar of Voters Debbie Waskom reports a big turnout for the first two days of early voting.
Some 1,308 people have voted Tuesday and Wednesday.
On Wednesday, 514 people early voted. Of that tot...