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On the Rocks and Around the Bottle
Good Morning Natchitoches! Happy Saturday to the extravagant City of Lights! Want to know what else is extravagant? GYPSIES! And, for the past two weeks, I feel like I have played the official Loui...
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NSU professor’s art on display at Museum in New Orleans
Two works of art by Michael Yankowski, professor of art at Northwestern State University, are included in an exhibit at the Ogden Museum of Art in New Orleans. Yankowski is one of 39 artists select...
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“Made in LA” presents coffee
The Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame and Northwest Louisiana History Museum presents the next in a series of “Made in Louisiana” presentations highlighting products that exemplify state culture and he...
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What's Your Line?
It’s been years since I sent little ones off to school, and even longer since I prepared for the big day myself, but I still remember the excitement of setting out my new school dress and shoes the...
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Louisiana legislature honors state’s oldest general store
The Louisiana Legislature commended and congratulated Kaffie-Frederick General Mercantile for its 150 years of service in Natchitoches Parish. Senator Gerald Long and Representative Kenny Cox prese...
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Master gardener shares tips for growing herbs
By Corey Poole As part of the “Lunch and Learn” series sponsored by the Natchitoches Master Gardeners, Jan Starks gave a lunchtime lecture on herb growing Wednesday, Aug. 13 at the Natchitoches Art...
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Oakland plantation will offer daily talks at slave cabin
Cane River Creole National Historical Park Rangers will give daily talks at one of Oakland Plantation’s remaining slave and tenant cabins beginning Aug. 25 at 12:30 p.m. The talks will describe the...
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Student graduates from cosmetology program
Da’Netta Prudhomme became a licensed cosmetologist after completing the cosmetology program at Northwest Louisiana Technical College. Prudhomme said, “I am so excited now that I am a licensed cosme...
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Campers display art in gallery
The Art Adventures Camp, a collaborative effort between the City of Natchitoches Recreation and Parks Department and the NSULA School of Creative and Performing Arts, will display camper artwork at...
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Preservationists frown on abrasive cleaning of grave markers
At NCPTT we get a lot of calls and e-mails concerning cemetery care and preservation. A question came in this week from Linda Ellis of Lyndhurst, Ohio. I decided to post her question and our respon...
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