Northwestern State University’s College of Nursing and School of Allied Health hosted an informational meeting Wednesday to introduce the All of Us program, a public health research initiative sponsored by the National Institutes of Health/U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The program is seeking 1 million participants […]
Northwestern State University’s Department of English, Foreign Languages and Cultural Studies will host a summer writing camp July 16-20 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. each day for students ages 10-17. The fee is $100 and includes supplies and snacks. The camp will be led by Assistant Professor Rebecca Macijeski […]
Louisiana College pitcher Savannah Settle will get to continue her playing career after being selected in the 2018 American Softball Association draft on Wednesday evening. The four-time American Southwest Conference first team pitcher and 2017 ASC pitcher of the year was selected with the 40th overall pick by Moh-beel! USA in […]
Several events are scheduled for the Town of Many. Be sure to support these events with your attendance.
The 92nd Annual Natchitoches Christmas Festival will take place Saturday, December 1st in downtown Natchitoches. This year, there will be NO reservations for tarps on the riverbank. Spots will be available on the north and south end of the riverbank on a first-come, first -serve basis. Tarps CANNOT be placed […]
2 Country 4 Nashville, a husband-wife Country singing duo, is coming back to Many as part of the Music in Many Live Music Series presented by the Town of Many, Mayor Ken Freeman and the Many Cultural District. They will perform Saturday, June 23, at the Many Community […]
Photo Credits: Around The Town Demolition of what use to be the Robeline Elementary School began today. Village officials plan to use the vacant spot for parking space for the Community Event Center which is scheduled to begin in the near future. According to Robeline Mayor Bobby Behan, […]
Matt Haggard, interim pastor of First Baptist Church in Fort Jesup, was hit and killed by a motorist Thursday morning while jogging. The accident was reported just before 7 a.m. Haggard, 48, was on his daily jog on state Hwy 6 near the Fort Jesup Community which is […]
“The chance to make a difference in quality of life for all depends on the soil and those who care for and nurture the earth… –Neil Young, Farm Aid. Quoted in the book, Letters to a Young Farmer on Food, Farming and Our Future it reminds us of […]
The 2018 Black Heritage Festival is right around the corner! Learn more at http://www.toledobendlakecountry.com/event/black-heritage-festival-0.