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Homegoing services will be Friday, May 26 at 10 a.m. at Abundant Life Church, 618 Ben Drive, Natchitoches. Services will be officiated by the Rev.

 

Funeral Services will be celebrated at the Agape Love Center Church, 1515 Texas St., Natchitoches, Saturday, May 27, 2017 at 1 p.m. with burial following in the St. Savior Baptist Church Cemetery at Cane River.

 

The Louisiana School of Math, Science, and the Arts Class of 2017 gathers in Natchitoches on May 7. The class celebrated as the end of their high school careers drew near with a Senior Banquet at Mariner's Restaurant. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO FROM CRYSTAL EVANS -- The Louisiana School of Math, Science, and the Arts Class of 2017 gathers in Natchitoches on May 7. The class celebrated as the end of their high school careers drew near with a Senior Banquet at Mariner's Restaurant.

 

Local and visiting artists will be displaying their art at nine galleries in downtown Monroe and West Monroe, Thursday, June 1, from 5-9 p.m. The Gallery Crawls occur every first Thursday of even-numbered months, produced by the Downtown Arts Alliance-an alliance of galleries and artists in the downtown cultural districts. The crawls are always free and always feature fine art, food and drink as well as music and other artistic pursuits.

 

Louisiana state Rep. Franklin Foil, R-Baton Rouge, said he did want to put the reins on TOPS. But he also said his bill raising the requirements would spur students to work harder.

 

The Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts in Natchitoches has been recognized one of the 25 top-performing high schools with elite students in the nation by the Washington Post. The Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts in Natchitoches has been recognized one of the 25 top-performing high schools with elite students in the nation by the Washington Post.

 

There are numerous projects underway in Natchitoches to help the City look better, work better and be a safer place to live.

 

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Laney Thomas Walker Jr., 74, of Natchitoches, formerly of Leesville and Waterproof, passed peacefully in his sleep Monday, May 15, 2017. Laney wanted to be remembered as "A good ol' boy from Waterproof."

 

The House passed 86-1 Thursday House Concurrent Resolution 15 by Rep. Kenny Cox, D-Natchitoches, officially recognizing the Natchitoches Tribe of Louisiana as a state Indian tribe. It now goes to the Senate.

 

A Natchitoches man is in jail after being found in a closet in a house he is suspected of burglarizing five days earlier. Now 20-year-old Artrell D. Griffin is being held in Natchitoches Parish Detention Center on two counts of simple burglary.

 

Members of the junior class at the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts, along with parents, teachers, mentors and other students, participate in the senior ring ceremony held at the school in Natchitoches on April 29. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO BY CRYSTAL EVANS -- Louisiana School for Math, Science and the Arts junior class president Claire Leming, of St. Francisville, speaks at the ring ceremony held April 29 at the school in Natchitoches.

 

From left, Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts juniors Tomas Parker, of Natchitoches, and Jayme Kirkland, of Baton Rouge, receive goodie bags from LSMSA Foundation Executive Director Katja Thomakos and Assistant Director Angela Robinson. In preparation for finals, which began May 10, the foundation provided goodie bags of snacks and study prep items for students in the lobby of the Center for Performance and Technology.

 

Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts students, faculty and guests gathered April 29 at the National Center for Preservation Technology and Training on April 29 to recognize new members and award winners during the 11th annual banquet celebrating the Future Scientist Program at the school.

 

Natchitoches saw a friendly face return for the Northwestern State Annual Legends Gala, Ed Orgeron Friday, May 5. Orgeron came to NSU as a football standout and started off his coaching career under Sam Goodwin. The event, benefitting the Demons Unlimited Foundation, was located in Natchitoches for the first time.

 
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