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Dispatchers are ‘heartbeat’ of law enforcement

By Juanice Gray, jgray@natchitochestimes.com We all appreciate the services performed by first responders, the deputies, officers, firefighters and EMTs who show up when we...

Cycling for a cause

Veteran cycles through Natchitoches in midst of journey, raising awareness and funds for campaign By Hannah Richardson Ricky Raley, a paralyzed U.S. Army Veteran, and his...

Natchitoches receives Cleanest City award

The City of Natchitoches was named the 2019 District VIII Category H Cleanest City Contest Winner and therefore moved on to compete on a...

Crash on Royal Street; pole down

Stay clear of the area near MidSouth Bank on Royal Street. A vehicle has hit a pole and power lines are down.   (Readers submitted photo)

Blessings for Easter from the Natchitoches Times and affiliates

In Jesus time, the dogwood grew To a stately size and a lovely hue. 'Twas strong & firm it's branches interwoven For the cross of Christ its...

NCHS track stars to compete at regionals Thursday

NCHS Track and Field qualifying team members will compete at the Class 5A Regional Meet for Region 1 at the track and field complex...

Update to Dec. 20 crimes against animals case

LSP On April 12, Louisiana State Troopers and members of the U.S. Marshal’s Violent Offender Task Force arrested Terry Lee Yetman at a residence in...

Crime alters lives but doesn’t define them

In commemoration of National Crime Victims’ Rights Week, the Natchitoches Parish District Attorney’s Office joined other law enforcement leaders in hosting a memorial event...

Bottom line doesn’t balance; Water system realigns with new board

By Juanice Gray, Natchitoches Times editor, and Barbara Holland, Coushatta Citizen editor When cash flow in a business doesn’t add up, investigations happen. That is...