Saturday, September 18, 2021

KA Volunteers

KA members were volunteer hosts and guides at the reception Thursday, Aug. 26 at the Louisiana Sports of Hall of Fame honoring the 2021...

Covid continues to dominate school board attention

Carolyn Roy | News Editor COVID-19 remains an important topic in Natchitoches Parish Schools. “This is all we do all day, every day—-COVID,” Supt....

Board members disagree on proposed Glendale subdivision

Carolyn Roy | News Editor A usually united school board showed a big disagreement during a committee meeting Tuesday when the subject of a...

President Biden Approves Gov. Edwards’ Request for Federal Emergency Declaration for Tropical Storm Nicholas

BATON ROUGE — Gov. John Bel Edwards on Tuesday thanked President Joseph R. Biden for his quick approval of the Governor’s request for a federal...

Park meeting postponed

The City of Natchitoches announced earlier it will host a public hearing to discuss the Louisiana Office of Community Development CDBG Funds for COVID...

School Board, City permits push total over $2 million

The School Board and City obtained the major building permits issued during August according to the report issued by Planning and Zoning Director Shontrell...

After 9/11, some found healing by helping

Central Louisiana resident Brandon Ellis stood in disbelief as the events of Sept. 11, 2001, unfolded before his eyes. Living in Brooklyn at the...

School board to utilize technology to communicate with stakeholders

Carolyn Roy | News Editor The school board is changing the way it does business, in a technological sense, with the addition of two new...

Hurricane Nicholas treks across Louisiana

The storm is expected to inundate the region with 6 to 12 inches of rain and isolated totals of 18 inches as it sweeps...

City to distribute sandbags to the public

In preparation for Hurricane Nicholas, the City of Natchitoches is providing sandbags to city residents. Sandbags may be picked up at Public Works, 110...

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