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Teen Summit planned Friday
Northwestern State University, the Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Office and the Natchitoches Parish School Board will host a Teen Summit for about 400 youth from throughout Natchitoches Parish on F...
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‘Fly In’ at airport delights passengers; benefits hospital
Two winning names were pulled from the box Saturday, Oct. 5 at the Natchitoches Regional Airport and the chosen two were given the rare opportunity to fly in a P-51D “Mustang.” It is rare because m...
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School recognizes students who participated in summer activities in ceremony held last Friday
Natchitoches, LA – Students at the Louisiana School for Math, Science and the Arts were recognized for their work over the summer months during the Summer Recognition Ceremony held Friday, Oct. 18,...
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Students attend symposium in Oklahoma
Natchitoches, LA – Nine students from the Louisiana School for Math, Science and the Arts attended the Oklahoma Supercomputing Symposium Oct. 1-2. The symposium was held at the Oklahoma Supercomput...
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Students will work with ‘Lego’ robots at LSMSA
Natchitoches, LA – The Department of Math and Computer Science at the Louisiana School for Math, Science and the Arts will host its annual Robotics Day for students in grades sixth through eighth o...
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Students make National Merit semifinalist list
Natchitoches, LA – Five students from the Louisiana School for Math, Science and the Arts were among approximately 16,000 semifinalists in the 59th National Merit Scholarship Program. They are Sean...
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LSMSA is accepting applications for 2014-15 school year; apply online
The application process is officially open at the Louisiana School for Math, Science and the Arts for current freshmen, sophomores and juniors. “Our early deadline for completed applications is Feb...
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NPD Arrests Oct. 5-11
Natchitoches Police Chief Mickey Dove released the following arrests from Oct. 5-11: Linnon Walker, 225 Duplex St., simple criminal damage to property Linnon Walker, 225 Duplex St., simple battery ...
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Briarwood Baptist honors pastor and wife
Briarwood Baptist Church honored their pastor and wife for their years of service during Pastor Appreciation Week. Bro. Trey and Jessica Etheridge were honored with a supper Sunday after the evenin...
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Last fish fry of year is Friday at Clara Springs
Clara Springs fourth Friday fish fry will be cooked by First Baptist Church of Coushatta Friday, Oct. 25. They will begin serving between 5-5:30 p.m. Come join them for only $9 for an adult plate a...
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United Baptist raises amazing $11,000 for cancer victims
It was a busy weekend and the coming weekend, Oct. 24-25. Smokin-on-The Red will take place in Campti. It’s the annual fall festival in town. The Gospel Jubilee will kick things off Friday night at...
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It’s all about the hunt
This week, it’s all about deer hunting.  Youth Deer Season has started up and it started for some, with a big bang.  Some of the older folks may have to start taking lessons from these young ones t...
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St. Augustine fair is success; couple has 60th anniversary
St. Augustine Catholic Church Church Fair was a success. There were people here from Illinois, California, Oregon, Virginia, Washington, Minnesota, Tennessee, Texas, Arkansas, Georgia and all parts...
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Time to plant those fall crops
The Good Hope Full Gospel Baptist Church had Christian Training sessions Sunday and it is held every third Sunday. We enjoyed a beautiful Sunday school lesson entitled “Sibling Rivalry,” from the b...
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Spanish Lake writer wishes blessings for many
Monday, Oct. 14 Happy Birthday/ Columbus Day to those who honor Oct. 12. This week, we have had unsettled weather. It’s beginning to look like autumn. The leaves are falling from the trees with all...
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Fundraisers help Black Lake residents
Sad news came our way again, Ted C. Brou is gone to be with the Lord. Our prayers are with Ted’s family and Heather Evans. Louisiana Hayride took place at United Baptist Church. They put on one gre...
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Range of activities planned for Fall Fest at Provencal; school carnival well attended
Many things are planned for the Provencal Fall Fest. There will be a gumbo cook-off, cakewalk and the lighting for the luminary lanterns. This lighting is a great way to honor a loved one who has p...
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DAR will offer lineage workshop
Have you ever wondered if one of your ancestors was a patriot in the American Revolutionary War? With the Tricentennial 2014 celebration, now is the chance to find out and be eligible to join the D...
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Passionate preservationist, member of Historic Foundation joins Board of Directors at La. Trust for Historic Preservation
Natchitoches resident Dr. Dan Seymour has accepted an appointment to serve a 3-year term on the Board of Directors of the Louisiana Trust for Historic Preservation. Seymour attended his first quart...
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HDBA reports successful fall programs; looks forward to events
Members of the Historic District Development Commission met Oct. 17 to discuss old and new business. Jessica Broadway began the meeting with a financial report. “This week we received the $360,000 ...
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