Escaped inmates Michael Elliot, Walshea Mitchell and Willie E. Ethridge.

Monday, August 29, 2016
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Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Deputies and Natchitoches Police are searching for three Department of Corrections inmates that escaped from the Natchitoches Parish Detention Center on Saturday night... + continue reading
Saturday, August 27, 2016
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Lakeview High School has had a tough time with their football program over the past few years, until Coach Byron Keller came to town. Seniors of the team have had 4 different head coaches throughout... + continue reading
Saturday, August 27, 2016
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Mrs. Sylvia LaCaze Scarborough’s 95th birthday party was held on Aug. 6 at the Natchitoches Housing Authority on Culbertson Lane. She was born in Chopin on Aug. 8, 1921 to the late Arthur and Blanche... + continue reading
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Kay Kaufman, employee at the City Bank on Keyser Ave. and President of the Natchitoches Hope for Paws, celebrated her birthday Monday, Aug. 22. Kauffman announced she wanted to raise supplies for the... + continue reading
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Natchitoches Parish Fair and Rodeo Queen Miss Ariel Adkins decided to start a drive to collect supplies for flood victims when she learned that many friends and families of her Tri Sigma sorority... + continue reading

Escaped inmates Michael Elliot, Walshea Mitchell and Willie E. Ethridge.

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08/29/2016
BOM has completed its previously announced purchase of Tri-State Bank and Trust. With the agreement, BOM acquires all assets and assumes all liabilities of Tri-State Bank and Trust’s two locations in Haughton and Shreveport.Terms of the agreement were not disclosed. Staffing at both locations was unaffected.With approximately $300 million in total... + continue reading
08/29/2016
The Citizens for Democratic Action will meet Thursday, Sept. 1 at 7 p.m. at the Natchitoches Arts Center. Mayor Lee Posey will present an overview of project in Natchitoches, give future plans and listen to concerns. The meeting is open to the public. Harold Bayonne is president of Citizens for Democratic Action. + continue reading

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Natchitoches Parish Fair and Rodeo Queen Miss Ariel Adkins decided to start a drive to collect supplies for flood victims when she learned that many friends and families of her Tri Sigma sorority sisters had lost their homes in the Baton Rouge and Lafayette areas. She recruited the other Fair and Rodeo Queens to help her and ended up with a... + continue reading
08/25/2016
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Members of Northwestern State University’s Theta Chi chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., collected relief supplies to aid flood victims in South Louisiana and delivered a truck load of the supplies – water, paper goods, cleaning supplies, towels and more – to the NSU Student Services Center. From there the supplies will be sent to south... + continue reading
08/25/2016
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The majority of NSU students for the 2016-2017 school year moved into their dorm rooms on campus Saturday, Aug. 20. Volunteers from all over Natchitoches and Demon Days volunteers helped students bring their belongings inside and get them settled in. To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition  + continue reading
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The Northwestern State volleyball team will not face the tournament host in this weekend’s season-opening TCU Invitational. That does not mean the Lady Demons have an easy task ahead of them as the... + continue reading

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It’s doubtful anyone was looking forward to the fall semester at Northwestern State University more than Lauren Edwards. The sophomore nursing major from Shreveport was scheduled to begin classes on... + continue reading

Nearly 200 Northwestern State University students participated in “1 of 7” service projects Friday as part of Demon Days welcome week activities.  “1 of 7” is a project that encourages individuals to pledge one day a week to helping others by performing service activities or volunteering in ways that improve the world around them. NSU’s Office of First Year Experience and Leadership Development annually incorporates “1 of 7” initiatives into Demon Days activities in partnership with several community organizations and non-profit groups.  This year, students worked with the Cane River Food Pantry, Wesley Campus Ministries/Foundation, Fort St. Jean Baptiste, St. Augustine Catholic Church, Natchitoches Humane Society (Happy Tails Rescue), Oakland Plantation, Cane River Children’s Service Group Home, Girl’s Transitional Home and Boys Transitional Home. Administrators said the response was overwhelming, both from students and from those who benefitted from volunteer work.  For information on Demon Days, visit nsula.edu/fye/demondays.  For information on “1 of 7,” visit 1of7.org.

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Dr. Francene J. Lemoine leads studies in a biology lab at Northwestern State University, where a new bachelor’s degree program in applied microbiology was approved this week.  Seated from left are students Kaymin Carter, Anna Rogers, Kaitlin Lewing, Demetri Hill and Ezra Bess.

 

 

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Northwestern State University’s Department of Military Science hosted an activation ceremony for the 67th Demon Battalion Thursday. The annual ceremony included the uncasing of the unit colors, introduction of the cadet chain of command and remarks from ROTC leadership.  Steeped in Army tradition, the uncasing of the colors signifies the unit’s esprit de corps and cadets’ commitment to the program and each other.  The annual activation ceremony marks the start of a new academic year and establishes the new Battalion and its leadership.  NSU’s Army ROTC cadets are, front row from left, Shaffer Kimball, Joey Wills, Scott Stearns, cadet commander; Steven Bryant, Alexander Stewart, Joshua Perkins, Teamara Judkins, Autumn Mitchell, Cameron Coleman, Taylor Andrews, Danny Hatcher and Ronicia Howze.  On the second row are Ramon Stetson, Bryan Lee, Brandon Homan, Aliona Salter, Kari Taffi, Shanice Fields, Ada Tate, Larancion McGee and Sonia Ortiz.  On the back row are Logan DeOre, Jaelon Davis, Karl Marzahl, Phoenix Gibson, Angel Rodgers, Brandon Bullock, Adam Barnes, John Ham, Taylor Saucier, Albert Tuiel, Hunter Seck, Dale Granier, Taimata Luafalemana, Neilahldwin Garcia, Crystal Smith, Michael Kingsley and Briyonna Collins.

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