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Yo-ho: A Pirate’s life for me!
William Drue Elkins, son of David and Deanna Elkins of Robeline, celebrated his third birthday with a Jake and the Neverland Pirates party at his home on Saturday, July 26.  Family attending the pa...
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Class of 1964 begin to plan 50 year reunion
The Natchitoches High School, Class of 1964 Reunion Committee announces that a 50 year reunion will be Friday, Aug. 29 through Sunday, Aug. 31. There will be a fish fry on Friday night at the Knigh...
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Natchitoches puppy earns major win at dog show
“Billie,” a native nine-month old dachshund puppy, earned a Major Win at the recent Mission City Dachshund Club Specialty Show in San Antonio, Texas, held July 9. The Major Win gained her the invit...
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Couple turns garden into the gift that keeps on giving
By Corey Poole Along the Cane River, a garden grows on its banks. Tended by Joe and Suzanne and Joe Lacour, the garden overflows with veggies and fresh flowers. For one of their first dates the cou...
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NCPTT interns to display projects at community preservation event
The National Center for Preservation Technology and Training will open its doors to the public for a showcase of preservation research projects conducted this summer. The event, scheduled for Thurs...
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Sgt. Abe Allen: World War I hero
By Rickey Robertson It is hard to believe but as of June 28, it has been 100 years since World War I began with the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand who was the heir to the throne of the A...
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Forget the lemonade: Boy inspires family by selling produce
By Corey Poole From corn piled up in a Radio Flyer wagon to the produce stand it is today, Ryder and Hope Churchman’s son, Cameron, took produce grown at his family’s farm and sold it to local peop...
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Artists will display work at Juried Art Show
After sending out a “Call to Art,” the Natchitoches Art Guild and Gallery received submissions from a plethora of artists. As part of the Tri-Centennial celebration’s “Art in August,” the event wil...
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Easily Amused: Crafter instills love of art into Summer Camp
By Corey Poole Inspired by variety, Dallas Russell never makes the same thing twice. She loves to sew and embroider; dabbles in crocheting, and creates jewelry. Calling her crafting adventure, “Eas...
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Church presents ‘Awesome August Nights’
First Baptist Church Natchitoches will begin “Awesome August Nights” with a lineup of speakers and guests Sundays in August at 6 p.m. Dennis Swanberg is America’s “Minister of Encouragement” and no...
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