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City Court lists the trial docket for Nov. 4
Brianna Bolton, disturbing the peace/fighting, pleaded guilty, sentence of the court was, confine 30 days in court, 30 days in jail suspended, six months unsupervised probation, pay fine and cost t...
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City to close for 2 days
The City of Natchitoches offices are closed Thursday and Friday for Thanksgiving and will reopen Monday.
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Landfill closes to reopen Friday
The Parish landfill and manned bin and compactor sites around the Parish will be closed Thursday, Nov. 28, in observance of Thanksgiving Day.  These sites and the Parish Landfill will re-open on Fr...
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NSU foundation receives donation from Atmos Energy

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Readers thankful they were able to overcome adversity during the past year
Food and family are reasons to be thankful, but most have deeper and more specific reasons for giving thanks. We live in a society where many people aren’t fortunate to have those two F’s mentioned...
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LPN is case manager for Joint Commission
Natchitoches Regional Medical Center named LPN Lori LaCaze the November Associate of the Month. LaCaze has worked at NRMC for six years as a data extractor in case management. She reviews patient c...
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Library has a food alternative for paying fines
The Natchitoches Parish Library is offering its patrons an alternative to paying fines during November. Starting on Nov. 1, the Natchitoches Parish Library will begin its annual “Can your Fines” pr...
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Armbands for Christmas Fest are on sale online
Armbands for the Christmas Festival to be held Saturday, Dec. 7 are now on sale online and at Natchitoches businesses. Pre-sale armbands are $6 for adults 12 years and older and $4 for children age...
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Assistant director of recruiting receives promotion
Ashlee Hewitt, assistant director of recruiting for high school relations at Northwestern State University, was recently selected as recruiting services committee chair for the Louisiana Associatio...
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‘Ghost of history’ speaks about famous writings and philosophy in honor of 300th birthday
A “ghost of history” appeared at Northwestern State University’s Watson Library Nov. 21 to speak about his writing and philosophy to those gathered to celebrate the 300th birthday of Denis Diderot,...
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Christmas concert is set for Dec. 3 at LSMSA
The Louisiana Folklife Center at Northwestern State University, the NSU Office of Cultural Diversity and the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts will host the fifth Annual Natchitoches...
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Leesville instructor is the recipient of the Larry Monk Award
Juanita Self, an instructor at Northwestern State University’s Leesville-Fort Polk campus, was recently named the 2013 recipient of the Larry Monk Award. The award honors Monk, executive director o...
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NSU student creates a coloring book for children; ‘X-rays don’t hurt’
A Northwestern State University student who plans to become a radiologic technologist created a coloring book for children that might help ease their fears about getting an X-ray. Holly Lane of Ana...
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Literary initiative is formed to encourage people to purchase and give away books for the holiday
A Northwestern State University professor has developed a literacy initiative that borrows from the Black Friday/Cyber Monday concept and encourages people to buy and give books for Christmas. Read...
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Alumni association plans exotic cruise to Europe
The Northwestern State University Alumni Association is offering an opportunity for travelers to experience exotic, historic and breathtaking destinations while contributing financial support to th...
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Lakeview's Air Force JROTC is recognized for first nine weeks

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City Court lists arraignment docket for Nov. 18
The following arraignment cases came before Judge Fred Gahagan in city court Nov. 18: Devonta Aaron, possession of marijuana, pleaded not guilty, trial Jan. 13. Dale Markeith Adams, possession of m...
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‘Finding Bigfoot’ will shoot in parish in January
Animal Planet’s popular television series, “Finding Bigfoot” is coming to Natchitoches.  If you have any experiences you would like to share contact bigfoot.louisiana@ gmail.com. The show will shoo...
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Parish President sends out warning about driving in bad weather
With rain and low temperatures forecast this week for the Natchitoches area, Parish President Rick Nowlin reminds motorists to exercise caution as they travel on the Parish road system. During peri...
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English professor releases humorous fifth book of poetry; ‘Paper Bullets’
While speaking around Louisiana as the state’s poet laureate, Julie Kane found that audiences enjoyed the humorous poems she used to end her talks. Kane, a professor of English at Northwestern Stat...
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