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U.S. Forest Service is increasing recreation fees across the Kisatchie National Forest

The U.S. Forest Service is increasing recreation fees across the Kisatchie National Forest in specific areas. These increases will go into effect May 1....

Soldier’s love letters from the 40s donated to Library of Congress

Submitted by Theresa Bradford, edited by Juanice Gray Theresa D’Angelo Bradford and her husband returned from a trip to Washington, DC, Tuesday, March 13.  This...

Attendance records reflect dedication

By Carolyn Roy carolyn@natchitochestimes.com Members of the City Council had remarkable attendance records during 2017 according to records prepared by City Clerk Stacy McQueary. Of the...

Choice between governing bodies not on November ballot

By Carolyn Roy, carolyn@natchitochestimes.com A controversial proposition to change the form of Parish Government back to a police jury will not be on the November...

PRISONERS LET LOOSE: 16 are Natchitoches Parish Residents

By District Attorney Billy Joe Harrington On Nov. 1, over 1,900 incarcerated offenders were released early from custody as part of the “Justice Reinvestment” legislation...

Pumpkin Glow kicks off Spook-tacular Halloween events

The Pumpkin glow brought together all forms of the arts from the Middle Lab and NCHS orchestra performances to dance routines from local cheer...

Home ownership meeting slated for March 9

Councilwoman Sylvia Morrow will host a meeting on expanding home ownership in Natchitoches Saturday, March 9 at 10 a.m. at 560 Front St. The...

City Council meeting moved in observation of Veterans Day

Notice is hereby given that the regular meeting of the Natchitoches City Council scheduled for Monday, November 12, 2018 at 5:30 p.m. has been...

Public Service Commission to meet in Natchitoches

The Louisiana Public Service Commission will hold its December monthly meeting in Natchitoches Wednesday, Dec. 20. Public Service Commissioner Foster Campbell said the meeting would...

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