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Insurance marketplace to close March 31
Uninsured individuals seeking health care coverage can apply before the close of the federal insurance marketplace Monday, March 31. If you haven’t enrolled in an insurance plan before the close of...
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Planning and zoning releases permit records
Planning and zoning director Juanita Fowler issued the permit statistics for the month of February. The City issued a total of 41 permits and collected $1,795.50 in fees. Permits included nine resi...
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City Council plans for spring with recreation projects
Recreation facilities in the City will be getting a boost. At the City Council meeting Monday, District 3 Councilman Andrew Vallien said he has been in discussion with the owner of two ball fields ...
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Tourist Comm. agrees to $10,000 payout
Doors were closed at an executive session of the Tourist Commission Tuesday, March 11. Board members discussed the pending litigation from Iris Harper, a former executive director whose contract wa...
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Provencal learns Louisiana life

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LPN is Jan. associate of the month
Natchitoches Regional Medical Center recognized Mickey Cedars as the January Associate of the Month. Cedars has worked as a licensed practical nurse in the surgery department for 10 years. She was ...
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GEE retests begin next week; students to prepare for exams
Natchitoches Parish students and students throughout the state will take the state standardized tests in two phases. Phase I testing will be held March 18. Students in fourth and eighth grades will...
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Kindergarten draw ends March 21
NSU Elementary Lab is school is accepting applications for the 2014-2015 kindergarten draw. Applications must be submitted by Friday, March 21 at 3 p.m. Applications are available to download and p...
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Scammers target seniors in several stings
NPD Capt. Brad Walker says there is an unusual amount of scam activity in Natchitoches and warns residents to be cautious about giving personal information to telephone solicitors. The most recent ...
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Veterans Park to require funds
The Natchitoches Parish Veterans Park committee will discuss fundraising at its meeting Thursday, March 13 at 3 p.m. at the City Bank boardroom of the downtown branch. The committee estimates the p...
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Temperature plunge is most ever recorded in Parish
Natchitoches experienced a 45-degree temperature plunge in a 24-hour period that began March 2. There was a 73.8 high temperature for March 2 during at 3 p.m. hour; by 8 a.m. March 3, the temperatu...
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City Council releases agenda
There will be another short agenda when the City Council meets Monday, March 10. The pre-meeting begins at 5 p.m. and the meeting begins at 5:30 p.m. at the Natchitoches Arts Center. There will be ...
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School board debates sock designs, jeggings
School board sales tax collections in December were down over 5 percent for the same period in 2012, or $68,000, Supervisor of Business Affairs Steven Solomon reported at the committee meeting Tues...
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Dept. of Ed. promises free, low cost curriculum guides
As part of its plan to provide increased, intensive support to districts, schools, and educators during a two-year transition period to learn new academic expectations, the Louisiana Department of ...
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International Paper Campti mill employees lobby in Capitol
American workers employed in the U.S. forest products industry visited Washington, D.C. the week of Friday, Feb. 14. Tim Campbell and Tim Miley represented International Paper’s Red River Mill loca...
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Student wins ticket
Billy Jackson won a ticket at L.P. Vaughn. Not show in Arion Berryman, who also received a ticket. Students win tickets when they exhibit model behavior.
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Tractor Supply honors local
Bad Boy Mowers, based in Batesville, Ark., recognizes Billy Weeks, owner of Weeks Tractor Supply Co. of Natchitoches, as a 2013 Bad Boy Mowers platinum dealer.With the help of dealerships like Week...
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Lakeview Beta Club visits Children's Hospital
Lakeview Beta Club visited Shriner’s Children’s Hospital in Shreveport Feb. 26. They were given a tour of the facility by Christian Berg, director of pubic relations. Berg explained how the hospita...
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LSMSA students represent school at literary rally
Twenty-nine students from the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts participated in district literary rally held Saturday, Feb. 22, at Louisiana Tech University in Ruston. Those qualifyi...
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Events
Events that appear in this column are open to the public. The Natchitoches Soil and Water Conservation District will have a conservation tree and shrub sale Wednesday-Friday, March 12-14 from 9 a.m...
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