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Businesses can resolve to keep city, property litter-free
Keep Natchitoches Beautiful is launching a new initiative to get retailers and business owners more involved in the fight against litter. As part of the Keep Louisiana Beautiful Healthy Communities...
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Ricard-Davis
Lauren Elizabeth Ricard of Shreveport and William Edgerton Davis of Minnetonka, Minn., were united in marriage Saturday, Nov. 2, 2013 at 5 o’clock in the evening at Pensacola Beach, Fla. The ceremo...
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Hamous-Beasley
Amber Leigh Ann Hamous and Cody Allen Beasley were united in marriage Saturday, August 24, 2013 at 6:30 p.m. in an outdoor ceremony at the Wildwood Resort in Zwolle. Brother Clovis Sturdivant offic...
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Bye, Bye Beadtown: Mosiac depicting Front Street will tour Ind., Ill., south La.
U-Haul trucks packed to capacity prepare to take the world’s largest bead mosaic across state lines. Artist Stephan Wanger and a Beadtown volunteer from Denham Springs stopped at Cane River Bar and...
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Local foods can be a resolution with CSAs
Looking for an easy way to find locally grown produce? Inglewood Farm, located just south of Alexandria, Farmer John’s CSA, located in Vernon Parish, and Up to Grow Good, in Avoyelles Parish, all o...
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Songwriting contest changes
The Natchitoches Tri-Centennial Steering Committee has announced the deadline to submit original songs for a compilation CD will be extended until Jan. 31. Contact Ron McBride, Tri-Centennial Manag...
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‘Sacred Faith’ month to include tours, programs
In light of the Tri-Centennial Committee’s decision to group events on the Second Saturday of every month, Jan. 11 is full of programs and tours relating to history. With the theme of sacred faith,...
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Troupe sings with ‘electric excitement’
The Steel Magnolias are returning to Natchitoches, and this time the entertainment is a musical jubilee rather than a movie onscreen. The Steel Magnolias of San Marcos, Texas, will present two full...
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Child’s generosity is inspiration for all
How often do children hear, “sharing is caring” in school? Dillon Braxton and Gabrielle Wallace put this motto into practice with a donation to the toy drive hosted by the Natchitoches Parish Sheri...
Dec 31, 2013 | 0 0 comments | 9 9 recommendations | email to a friend
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Buried Treasure: Backyard scrapes the surface of historical discovery
It started with a cup, a piece of one anyway. “I found half of a pretty little cup showing a picture of a boy and a girl looking over a fence,” Carol Wells remembers. What began as a simple discove...
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