Thursday, September 20, 2018

Condemned WWII hotel; If we only knew the memories within its walls!

By Carolyn Roy, carolyn@natchitochetimes.com There was a plea at the City Council Monday to spare a historic structure from condemnation. Planning and Zoning Director Juanita...

OffenderWatch tracks sex offenders

Free service available through Sheriff’s Office By Juanice Gray, jgray@natchitochestimes.com The Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Office partnered with a public notification program that will allow citizens to...

Natchitoches first district to use robot for autistic learners

By Hannah Richardson, lifestyleeditor@natchitochestimes.com Milo is here! The Milo robots were announced to arrive in Natchitoches Parish earlier this year, and thanks to a donation, three...

District, Fairview School recognized for outstanding growth

Superintendent Dale Skinner and the Natchitoches Parish School Board congratulate the students, parents, teachers, administrators and district staff in the Natchitoches Parish School System....

An incident while relic hunting

By Buddy Maggio When I was detecting for artifacts, I was often asked what was the best relic that I found, and if anything unusual...

St. Denis bricks laid

A bird’s eye view from the Exchange Bank balcony shows progress as workers lay bricks along St. Denis Street. Progressive Construction got the bid to...

Sign promotes identity; Reflects cooperation, history and progressive outlook

By Juanice Gray, jgray@natchitochestimes.com Motorists entering Natchitoches from the interstate will be greeting by a new welcome sign in the median. Local artist Patrick...

Juveniles arrested for damage to museum

On the morning of August 28, the Natchitoches Police Department received a complaint of damage to property at The Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame...

A Glorious Morning

Over 40 years ago, Lovan Thomas dropped a few sprigs of flowers in the ground near the fence at the front of the Natchitoches...

Despite low levels, Cane River remains open for Labor Day

Cane River patrol officer Betty Fuller advises caution during low water conditions while navigating and/or performing water sport activities on Cane River. Underwater debris...

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