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Police report crime surge
Rising temperatures have spiked a crime index as robberies, burglaries and thefts are reported in neighborhoods throughout the City. Natchitoches Police Department detectives suspect that many of t...
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APHN makes history

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CASA welcomes advocates
CASA of Central Louisiana congratulates two of their newest Advocate Volunteers, Denise Fontenot and Breelin Johnson. Fontenot and Johnson will advocating for abused and/or neglected children in th...
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St. Mary’s senior takes home scholarship pot
Nathaniel Gardner, a student at St. Mary’s School, has been awarded an Emerson National Scholarship. He is among 30 recipients of the scholarship awarded annually to children of Emerson employees. ...
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Colleges applaud area students’ performance
Centenary College of Louisiana announces that the following area students made Dean’s List for spring 2014: Addie Barron of Saline and Princess Jones of Coushatta. A total of 163 Centenary students...
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Education conference to discuss literacy, tech
Registration is underway for the McNeese State University Teaching and Learning Conference for PK-12 educators July 31-Aug. 1 sponsored by the McNeese Burton College of Education. Participants will...
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Foreign language programs heat up at LSMSA
Faculty members of the Department of Foreign Languages at the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts recognized students who placed in various foreign language events held throughout the ...
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Parish receives update on prayer in schools
“It’s against the law. If you want to spend millions fighting it, go ahead. The school district doesn’t have that kind of money,” Natchitoches Parish Supt. Dale Skinner didn’t play with words when ...
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Bikers for cause will have safety talk, fun ride
A national non-profit committed to supporting affordable housing will bicycle into Natchitoches on a journey across the United States. Bike & Build riders will stay at First United Methodist Church...
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Council includes routine items, reappointments
The agenda at the City Council meeting Monday included mostly “house keeping” items. One resolution resurrected the Industrial Development Board (IDB) and named its members and length of appointmen...
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Business sees bump with new permits, openings
Planning and Zoning Department Director Juanita Fowler issued 76 permits May 1-31. This collected $4,805 in fees from applications valued at $746,372. The majority of the permits issued were buildi...
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Supt. reflects on responsibilities, goals, changes
“Facts are facts. Schools are behind where they need to be,” said Superintendent Dale Skinner at a School Board meeting Tuesday, June 3. Skinner touched upon his expectations for Natchitoches Paris...
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High school English instructor attains Ph.D.
Dr. Pamela J. Francis, instructor of English at the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts, was hooded on Friday, May 16, at Rice University after completing her doctorate in English. Com...
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LSMSA senior class marks 30th year for school
Ninety-two seniors comprised graduating class of the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts. They participated in their commencement ceremony Saturday, May 24, in Prather Coliseum located...
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LSMSA orientation draws many students
More than 125 incoming students attended Orientation May 31-June 1 at the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts. Students and staff members welcomed families and hosted academic and resi...
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Summer is season of fishing
With summer just around the corner, Kisatchie National Forest (KNF) will host youth fishing derbies. Age requirements vary from district to district, however, all children must be accompanied by an...
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Exhibit seeks additions to collection
The APHN Tri-Centennial Sports & Recreation Exhibit on the Cane River Bait Co. will be at the Lemee House Saturday, June 14. Singing stars Johnny Horton and Johnny Cash owned Cane River Bait Co., a...
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Sci-Port teams with water park
Sci-Port: Louisiana’s Science Center and Splash Kingdom Family Waterpark are partnering together to bring a Splash of Science to northwest Louisiana residents and visitors seven days a week from Sa...
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OHV trails thrill in Anacoco hills
Adventure awaits at South Toledo Bend State Park’s newest addition: approximately 12 miles of OHV (off-highway vehicles) trails in the piney hills of Anacoco. The network of trials, located just ac...
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Tri-Centennial explores Colonial heritage in exhibit with artifacts from 18th century
Frontier Of Empires, a Tri-Centennial Colonial Heritage Exhibit, is on the second floor of the Louisiana Sports Hall Of Fame/Northwest Louisiana History Museum. Sponsored by the Association for the...
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