Parish student wins scholarship
Ashton Cruse, a freshman at Louisiana Tech University from Marthaville, received the Commander Bertrand Dean Scholarship from the La. Forestry Foundation. The $1,000 scholarship was endowed by his ...
Rotary donates to NSU scholarships
President of the Rotary Club of Natchitoches, Dr. Pat Widhalm, presented a check to Dr. Chris Maggio, vice president and director of the Northwestern State University Foundation, to support NSU sch...
Events and meetings that appear in this column are open to the public. The Cane River Photographic society will hold its monthly meeting Aug. 20 at 6:30 pm. The society is a small group of area pho...
City Council to meet Mon; agenda below
The Natchitoches City Council will meet Monday, July 28 at 5:30 p.m. at the Natchitoches Arts Center. A pre-meeting will begin at 5 p.m. Under Planning and Zoning there will be final votes on three...
Candidate turns in petition
Desiree Dyess turned in a nominating petition of over 600 signatures to the Registrar of Voters. Dyess is a candidate for District Judge, Division A. Dyess earned her undergraduate degree with hono...
Who did it?
Natchitoches Times reader Ethan Stelly snapped this photo on his way to work Friday, July 25. Police received a call at 7:30 a.m. to report the vandalism of the Arts Center on Second Street. A fron...
A Dollar General store is under construction on University Parkway. Parish Planning Commission issued a permit June 9 to Ratcliff Development of Alexandria. The store will have 9,100 square feet at...
In honor of the late blues aficionado Junior Doghty, Hardrick Rivers and the Rivers Revue will have another jam at Roque’s, located at 235 Carver Ave. Mark calendars for Friday, July 25 at 9 p.m.
Truck turns over
Logs spilled out into the road Wednesday, July 16 as an 18-wheeler heading south on Hwy. 1 tipped over while making a left turn onto the Hwy. 6 cutoff. Cathy Seymour, waiting to turn onto the cutof...