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What's Your Line?
Continued from the June 7 edition While at our high school class reunion recently, indulging in memories was a favorite thing to do for most of us in attendance. We remembered our instructors, and ...
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Crunchy and sweet: Snow Cones are the perfect treat
As the sun beats down on the pavement, lines at snow cone stands across the city lengthen as everyone orders their favorite sweet treat. Whether it’s sugar free, stuffed with ice cream, slathered i...
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Students dance their way to awards
Dazzle Dance Center competed in Baton Rouge against dozens of dance studios from around the state for top honors at Showstopper, the largest dance competition in the country. Their entries placed a...
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On the Rocks and Around the Bottle
You know it's July when there are fireworks in the sky! Happy Fourth of July, and Happy Independence Day to everyone in the beautiful city of Natchitoches! Also, Happy 17th Birthday to my little si...
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Film showcases agent involvement in wildlife protection and public education
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Enforcement Division protects the natural resources that make this state Sportsman’s Paradise. The Sports Hall of Fame and Northwest Louisiana His...
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Rider jumps to success and wins ribbons at first competition
Amy Garcia had a successful first hunter jumper horse show competing in the Premier Hunter Jumper Spring Show at Double Rainbow Farm in Haughton March 22. She placed first in walk/trot equitation, ...
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Don’t be your plants’ worst enemy: Tips for late summer gardening
By Dan Gill LSU AgCenter Horticulturist Oppressive heat and humidity are part of late summer in Louisiana as much as good food and music are part of our local culture. Despite the heat, garden acti...
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Garden combines unique plants and relaxing atmosphere
By Corey Poole Susan Gunther caught the gardening bug at a young age. Both her grandmothers were really involved with their yards and growing flowers. At five, Gunther would go to one of their home...
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Black Cats, sparklers and rockets that go BANG These are a few of our favorite things
By Corey Poole Boys like things that blow up and girls like pretty things. Connie Gregory, purveyor of fireworks and all things that go BOOM, explained the different tastes children have in explosi...
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Book offers quirky and spiritual read
By Catherine Beverly Acclaimed southern author Barbara Kingsolver recently published the novel Flight Behavior. Flight Behavior centers on the life of Dellarobia Turnbow, an average, dirt-poor West...
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