Category Archives: Local Headlines

Inauguration Held for New LC President

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A two day celebration event for the inauguration of Doctor Rick Brewer at Louisiana College begins today. A student chapel Read More →

Attempted Murder Suspect Dies When Police Attempt Arrest

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A man wanted for attempted murder is dead after a task force tried to take him into custody. Authorities say Read More →

Women In Business Conference Starts Friday

The 2015 Women in Business Conference is kicking off Friday. It’s a celebration of women who impact the business climate Read More →

Sen. Karen Peterson Endorses Edwards for Governor

Senator Karen Peterson was in town today. She attended the Rapides Democratic Women’s Lunch. We asked her about the gubernatorial Read More →

Le Tour de Bayou This Weekend

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Le Tour de Bayou, the cycling tour throughout Central Louisiana put on by the Kent House, will begin this weekend. Read More →

3 Arrested in Forest Hill Thefts

Left to right: Charles Hursey, Rhonda Lyles, and Hollie Maloy.

Obstruction of justice arrests are made in connection with a series of burglaries in the Forest Hill area that started Read More →

Ricky LaCour Announces Bid for Re-Election to Parish Council, District 2

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Ricky LaCour has formally announced that he will seek re-election to Parish Council District 2 in Natchitoches Parish. LaCour has Read More →

Mozella Bell Announces Bid for Election to District Council 1

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Mozella Bell has formally announced that she will seek election to District Council 1 in Natchitoches Parish. Bell has lived Read More →

New Curtis-Coleman Bridge to Close for O.K. Allen Demolition

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The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development (DOTD), advises the public that on Saturday, September 19, U.S. 71/165 at the Read More →

LA Shrimpers Turn to Internet to Increase Sales

Louisiana shrimpers are struggling with extremely low wholesale prices. To increase their sales directly to consumers, which fetch a higher Read More →