Monthly Archives: August 2013

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Vitter Holds Town Hall Meetings

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It’s the August recess, and that means U.S. Representatives and Senators are holding town hall meetings. Senator David Vitter is Read More →

Voter Registration Deadline for Oct. 19th Election is Sept. 18th

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If you want to vote in the October 19th special election, you need to be registered by September 18th. More Read More →

Newest Additions to Alexandria Zoo Have Arrived

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The stars of the newest exhibit at the Alexandria zoo are here. They are two jaguars, and they’re now in Read More →

“Who Dat” Burger Comes to Alexandria

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It had to happen sooner or later.  Now, there’s a Louisiana-themed burger to honor the Saints football team. And, Sonic Read More →

Police Search for Missing Man

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Alexandria Police are asking for help in finding Richard Varion Burnes.  Police say he left his home yesterday and hasn’t Read More →

“Finding Bigfoot” Series Coming to Natchitoches

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NATCHITOCHES, LA – Animal Planet’s popular television series, Finding Bigfoot, is coming to Natchitoches, Louisiana. If you have any experiences Read More →

Free Guided Walking Tours of Historic Natchitoches

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NATCHITOCHES, LA – Park Rangers from Cane River Creole National Historical Park will continue to offer FREE guided walking tours Read More →

Shuteye Road Bridge Replacement Project To Begin

Shuteye Road Bridge over Miller Creek Off-system Highway Bridge Program S.P. H.006271 Sabine Parish The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Read More →

Beef cattle field day set for Oct. 3 in Opelousas

OPELOUSAS, La. – The Acadiana Beef Cattle Producers field day has been set for Oct. 3 at Dominique’s Stockyard. “Chances Read More →

Jones art exhibit to run at NSU Sept. 3-10

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NATCHITOCHES  – An art exhibit by Northwestern State University graduate student Jeremy Jones, “The Amalgamation:  A Landscape Perceived,” will be Read More →