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Preservation Trust honors J. Bennett Johnston : Natchitoches board member elected secretery of Louisiana Trust
By Corey Poole Celebrating 35 years of fighting the right fight, a conference full of history and preservation kicked off with a Red River Soiree Wednesday evening, June 25 at the Grand Ecore Visit...
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Extending life of exhibits creates larger impact on community
By Corey Poole When the APHN created a committee for the Tri-Centennial celebration, Gary Cathey stepped up as the chair, taking on the role of organizing events keyed in to the monthly themes. “It...
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On the Rocks and Around the Bottle
It is approximately 11:30 p.m. as I prepare this week's drink column. Even though I am a young spit fire, I still need that extra boost of energy to get me through my day, and sometimes night. One ...
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Celebration on the Cane promises a fun July 4
Natchitoches Tri-Centennial Celebration & City of Natchitoches Team Up for Fourth of July Celebration on the Cane to feature classic cars, food, fun, music and fireworks The Natchitoches Tri-Centen...
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What's Your Line?
It has come to my attention as many in the area celebrated Juneteenth, that there were many others who had never heard of it and still many more who had no idea what it is about. Although we have m...
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On the rocks...and around the bottle
It is approximately 11:30 p.m. as I prepare this week's drink column. Even though I am a young spit fire, I still need that extra boost of energy to get me through my day, and sometimes night. One ...
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Saved alone: How is it with your soul? Tragedy inspires treasured hymn
At the Methodist church we have two styles of worship. We have a traditional worship service as our first service of the morning. Then we have two contemporary worship services following that tradi...
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Rebel SHS calls for dulcimer enthusiasts
Rebel State Historic Site will welcome anyone interested in playing the dulcimer Saturday, July 26. Musicians can come out to the site for dulcimer events and workshops. Peggy Carter, a dulcimer te...
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CRGM extends its season
The Cane River Green Market will extend its summer season through August 23. The market is open every Saturday from 8 a.m. - noon on the downtown riverbank. “Due to the harsh winter, many of the cr...
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Summer Happenings
The MLK Community Center will give community members a chance to cool down with a Water Day Friday, June 27 from 2-4 p.m. There will be water games and the Fire Department will be on hand for a fir...
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