Sunday, February 28, 2021

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Black History Quilt

To celebrate Black History month, Laura Friedel’s third grade class at St. Mary’s Catholic School researched African Americans who changed history.  Friedel suggested a...

Beauty and the Beast, Wonderland marred by outages

City Director of Utilities Matt Anderson said Tuesday, “Today is a great day. We have filled the tanks and all customers have water as...

Black History Month – Claire Prymus

In honor of Black History Month, Johnny Barnes and the Concerned Citizens Association of Natchitoches present the African American Awards. These five individuals represent...

Rural water systems plagued with leaks

As temps dipped into the single digits last week, so did hopes for continued power and water services. The unprecedented winter weather event tapped...

Council votes 3-2 to revoke Summertree demolition

With a split vote of 3-2, the City Council decided to rescind two ordinances calling for the condemnation of the Hopeville Apartments on Second...

Lady Gators on to Round 2

After surpassing their point of exit from last years playoffs, the Lady Gators were ready for their round two matchup with a home game...

Lady Gators look further than 1st round

After a first round exit last season, the Lakeview Lady Gators were back in the playoffs, and this year, they have much bigger things...

Lady Tigers fall in first round of playoffs after indoor track impresses

The 2021 LHSAA indoor track championship was Sunday at the LSU field house in Baton Rouge. Saint Mary’s placed two competitors, seniors Maggie Gilmore...

Memorial illumination honors enslaved people

Cane River Creole National Historical Park will host two separate memorial illumination events to remember and honor the people who were enslaved on Magnolia...

Tuesday Trifecta of athletic action at Saint Mary’s

Tennis, softball and baseball were all in action on Tuesday afternoon at Saint Mary’s. The tennis team competed against the Menard Eagles at home....