Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Guess graduates bootcamp training for U.S. Marine Corps

Andrew Guess finished bootcamp training for the United States Marine Corps. Graduation was May 25 in Paris Island, S.C. Guess will report to Camp Pendleton...

Canvass of voters complete; 122 exceptions found

The Registrar of Voters Office has completed its annual update of election records through the U.S Postal Service National Change of address System (NCOA)...

Board tables closing Cloutierville; Renovations begin at three others

By Carolyn Roy, carolyn@natchitochestimes.com The school board tabled closing Cloutierville Elementary/Jr. High during its meeting Thursday. The board scheduled a visit to the school Monday...

Case Update – Joseph J. Llorance sentenced

Joseph J. Llorance, b/m, 35, was sentenced to five years by Judge Desiree Dyess on the charge of negligent homicide. He was booked into...

Movies win in battle between public services and the big ( and small ...

By Drew White, LSU Manship School News Service After a heated debate over priorities given the state budget shortfall, a House committee on Friday decided...

Happy Memorial Day

Memorial Day honors the men and women who died while serving in the U.S. military. Originally known as Decoration Day, it originated in the...

Good ideas submitted for City branding

NHDDC budget supports festivals, events By Juanice Gray, jgray@natchitochestimes.com ***Note: The Horse Soldiers starring John Wayne is now showing on the Outdoor Channel*** The Natchitoches Historic District...

Visiting History, by Judge Peyton Cunningham

Inventory of first church established in Natchitoches, a 20x24 foot built on 9 feet of logs and mud. Said to be new in 1738. May...

Walk of Fame removed for street renovations

  By Juanice Gray jgray@natchitochestimes.com The Walk of Fame on Second Street will be no more. Construction on water and sewer lines and repaving prompted their removal. There are...

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