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Library will have summer reading program for teens
Kids up to 12 can visit the Natchitoches Parish Library to participate in the “Every Hero has a Story” Louisiana Summer Reading Program, a weekly program that includes entertainment by professional...
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Library will have summer reading program for teens
Natchitoches Parish Library are inviting teens ages 11 – 17 to “Unmask” this summer for the library’s official Louisiana Teen Reading Program. Six weeks of programs, activities, and literacy will m...
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Heritage tours are free on Fridays
Cane River National Heritage Area (CRNHA) and Fort St. Jean Baptiste State Historic Site announce the creation of a new, guided tour focusing on Colonial Natchitoches. Free to the public, the walki...
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Water pushes snakes into residences
High water in south Natchitoches Parish caused snakes to move around. On May 22 after 5 p.m., NPSO Deputy Charles Roge responded to reports of snakes in a residence in the 300 block of La. Hwy 495 ...
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Continued flooding prompts visit from state officials
Flood waters in the Red River valley region will recede very slowly, remaining above the flood stage through June, due to the water traveling downriver from the Oklahoma, Texas and Arkansas regions...
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Parks and Events Center see increase in business
National Park Service Ranger Laura Gates talked about the increase in visitors to the parks along Cane River at the Natchitoches Historic District Development Commission (NHDDC) May 21. Gates saw a...
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Students at Oasis of Love Christian Academy raise fund with Penny War

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A.L. Sigler award
Hogan Nealy, a student at Riverdale Academy, received the A.L. Sigler award for high school academics and athletics.
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Rising waters pose danger
All residents need to be cognizant of the rising water as it will continue to flood many parts of the parish. Residents can be proactive and take corrective measures. Take time to check on neighbor...
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Ken Hale installed as treasurer of La. bankers
Ken Hale, president and chief executive officer of Bank of Montgomery, was installed as treasurer of the Louisiana Bankers Association at the annual meeting May 13-15. W. Paul Tweedy, senior vice p...
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Rick Nowlin announces candidacy for Parish President
I want to express my sincere appreciation to you, the people of Natchitoches Parish, for allowing me to serve you as your Parish President over the past 2 1/2 years. It has been an exciting time of...
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Resident graduates from LC
PINEVILLE— Jessica Lee Hawkins of Natchitoches graduated with a bachelor of science in public administration at Louisiana College’s 158th Commencement ceremony, May 16. Hawkins was one of 148 LC gr...
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Preparations underway for Louisiana Studies Conference; July deadline for proposals
The seventh annual Louisiana Studies Conference will be held Sept. 11-12 at Northwestern State University. The Conference Committee is now accepting presentation proposals for the upcoming conferen...
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Twin-spirational: College-bound siblings’ drive bests disability
By Jessica Williams, NOLA.com|The Times-Picayune It’s a rainy Memorial Day. Christian Frost has shaved his mustache, and as he descends the stairs in the family’s Metairie house, he’s dodging any i...
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Program will help dropouts who want to earn GEDs
The Mansfield Rotary Club, Desoto Parish Alternative Program (DPAP), and Northwest Louisiana Technical College (NWLTC) utilize a braided funding approach to support high school dropouts looking to ...
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Lakeview grad will intern with Fortune 500 Co.
A 2013 Lakeview High School graduate, Imara Vaughn, daughter of Michael and Terrie Vaughn of Campti earned a summer internship with Morgan Stanley Wealth Management Firm in Atlanta, Ga. Vaughn atte...
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Magnet students’ talents identified by Duke TIP
Four Natchitoches Magnet School students qualified for the Duke University Talent Identification Program’s (Duke TIP) 7th Grade Talent Search. The search identifies students across the U.S. who sco...
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Natchez leaders attend Municipal Day at State Capital
Leaders from Natchez attended the 38th annual Municipal Day at the State Capital April 29. From left are Alderman Joe Walker Jr., Police Chief Gerald Wayne Johnson, OB Nora, Rep. Kenny Cox, Mayor R...
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Sleeping Parish employee sets off social media outrage
When Lesley Anne Jordan’s husband Tony left their house at 8:30 a.m. May 29 for a doctor’s appointment in town, he drove by a Parish employee sleeping in his truck on the roadside. When the employe...
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Just Talkin...
When Natchitoches Times employee Corey Poole went on vacation to Yosemite National Park in California, her Southern roots stood out in the western cities. A fellow hotel guest noticed her southern ...
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