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Magnet names students to honor roll
Principal’s Honor Roll Olutobi (Tobi) Adeleye, Olutumnike (Tum-Tum)Adeleye, Olufunke (Funke) Adeleye, Maelana Braxton, Avery Broadway, Anniston Broadway, Madison Brown, Tyonna Burton, Cailah Bush, ...
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The Natchitoches Area Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for CrossFit Get it Done
The Natchitoches Area Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for CrossFit Get it Done.  Owner, Eric Moses was on hand to greet guests. CrossFit is functional fitness geared for everyo...
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LP Vaughn will showcase fine arts students in talent show
Celebration anticipation blows through the halls of L.P. Vaughn Elementary Middle school as students await the Fine Arts Celebration and Talent Show Tuesday, April 21 at 5:30 p.m. in the school’s m...
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Kiwanis Club recognizes Terrific Kids at Cloutierville Elementary Junior High
The Kiwanis Club of Natchitoches recognized Terrific Kids in March at Cloutierville Elementary Junior High. On front row from left are Destiny Mitchell, Caden Dalme, Aiden Cyriak, Sean Soto, Joseph...
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The NCHS drama and food services clubs
The NCHS drama and food services clubs teamed up for dinner and a show. The drama club performed the play “Who’s On First.” From left are Principal Bill Gordy, Montana Binning, Walker Binning, Brit...
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LSMSA students recognized as Best School Overall at Forgeign Language Festival
Students from the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts competed at the 33rd annual Southeastern Louisiana Foreign Language Festival on Friday, March 20. LSMSA was recognized as Best Sch...
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Soil and Water Conservation District to have election
The Natchitoches Soil and Water Conservation District Supervisors election nominating period will open April 1 and close April 30. Anyone interesting in serving an get a nomination petition at Natc...
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New U.S. minted quarter to represent Kisatchie
Kisatchie National Forest officials and representatives from the U.S. Mint announce the ceremonial launch of the America the Beautiful Quarter featuring Kisatchie National Forest, Wednesday, April ...
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Cloutierville announces third nine weeks Honor Roll
1st grade A Honor Roll: Zoey Avery, Destiny Mitchell, Xhrystian Nelson, Alton Richard, Eric Sanchez, Sean Soto. Honor Roll: JaBore Jefferson, Ameriah Meziere , Imaria Morrow, Rayleigh Warren. 2nd g...
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Jazz Fest moves indoors
The Natchitoches Jazz and R&B Festival will be moved indoors to the Event Center on Second Street Saturday, April 18. All bands scheduled on the main stage will perform. Unfortunately, there will b...
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Work on train depot finished; City awaits proposals
Work on the train depot has reached a stopping point. The Natchitoches Community Improvement Foundation rebuffed Mayor Lee Posey’s proposal to update parks in west Natchitoches at its meeting April...
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Army private completes combat training in S.C.
Army Pfc. Rotella L. Blackman has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C. Blackman is the sister of Crystal Simmons of Natchitoches. She is a 1999 graduate of Natchitoc...
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GEE testing will be this month
GEE testing will take place Monday-Thursday, April 27-30, at the Natchitoches Parish School Board. If applicant is already “graduated” and still needs to pass a part of the GEE test they can partic...
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Resident commemorates Lee’s surrender
General Robert E. Lee surrendered to General Ulysses S. Grant at Appomattox April 9, 1865. April 9 was the 150th anniversary. Bells across the U.S. rang at the exact time of the surrender. Since Ed...
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Parish Govt. moves bins
Natchitoches Parish President Rick Nowlin issued an emergency declaration over the cancellation of an agreement for the solid waste bin site in Goldonna. To provide residents with a location for de...
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Candidate announces run for clerk of court
Louis “Lou” Byes announced that he is a candidate for the office of Clerk of Court of Natchitoches Parish. Byers, a resident of Natchitoches Parish of serving the public, including working as chief...
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Jazz Fest performers will rock the riverbank
The Natchitoches Jazz and R&B Festival announces its headliners for Friday and Saturday, April 17-18. For the first time ever, it features three platinum selling artists: .38 Special, Mitch Ryder, ...
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Proposed law will affect teachers going back to class
Sen. Gerald Long talked to the Natchitoches Parish School Board about two hot topics when he attended the board meeting April 9. Long and Rep. Terry Brown have sponsored a bill in the legislature t...
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School and community memorialize student with plaque
By Corey Poole Between moments of silence, the gymnasium at Natchitoches Central High School filled with creaking bleachers and the echo of students’ voices reciting a pledge of non-violence in mem...
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The Council on Aging broke ground last week
The Council on Aging broke ground last week on a one-stop-shop for seniors on Keyser Avenue. The building will house COA senior activities and offices for the Office of Community Services and Veter...
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