Category Archives: Community News

LA Corn Crop Produces Good Yield This Year

Louisiana’s corn crop is coming in. Good weather during the growing season has translated into good yields. LSU AgCenter Correspondent Read More →

CPP Host Cake Cook-Off to Promote New Play

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City Park Players conduct a cake cook-off to promote their upcoming production, The Red Velvet Cake War. It opens Thursday Read More →

Cenla Food Bank Celebrates 25th Anniversary

The Food Bank of Central Louisiana is celebrating its 25th anniversary and they have some special plans. To get involved, Read More →

Le Tour De Bayou Offers More than Just Bike Ride

Le Tour de Bayou is this weekend for cyclists and to raise money for Kent House.  It’s a bicycle ride Read More →

Tunica Biloxi Tribe Provides Conference on Tourism

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A daylong summit on tourism in the American Indian communities is providing ideas and information in Marksville. This is the Read More →

LSUA Students Participate in Free Speech Zone

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LSU alums from the 1960’s may recall a spot near the Student Union known as Free Speech Alley. Students at Read More →

Natchitoches’ Miss Merry Christmas Chosen

Photographed (left to right) Mayor Lee Posey, Miss Merry Christmas 2014 Madison Claire Ackel, Christmas Belles Asia Allen, Kara Davis, Peyton Ebarb, Emily Heard and Sarah Kay Whitehead.

NATCHITOCHES – The 58th Miss Merry Christmas was crowned and the 2014 Natchitoches Christmas Belles were announced Sunday, September 14, Read More →

Motorcycle Group Help Former Inmates Re-Enter Society with Jobs, Homes

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Motorcycle enthusiasts give their support to a program that helps men and women re-enter society after being incarcerated. A group Read More →

Firefighters Honored in Lecompte

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It’s the 21st year for firefighters of all stripes to be honored in Lecompte. This day of activities is provided Read More →

Area Church to Provide Youth Program at Charles Hayward Center

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An area church is taking over the youth program at the Charles Hayward Center on Loblolly Lane. It’s called the Read More →