Warren Meadows Funeral Home In Zwolle La – Bell, Caden, and Bell, Caleb, (twins), of Shreveport, died Monday; Funeral service at 1 p.m. Friday at Lincoln Memorial Park Cemetery, Shreveport; arrangements by Heavenly Gates Funeral Home, Shreveport.

Eaves, B. Kenneth, 90, of Shreveport, died Tuesday; service at 1 p.m. today at First United Methodist Church, Shreveport; buried at Forest Park St. Vincent Avenue Cemetery, Shreveport; arrangements through Rose-Neath Funeral Home, Marshall Street, Shreveport.

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Hervey, Christine Claire, 45, died Monday; service at 3 p.m. Sunday at Gorsulowsky Funeral Home, Vivian; burial in Lakeview Memorial Gardens Cemetery, Oil City.

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Oge, David Alexander, 62, of Shreveport, died Monday; memorial service at 1 p.m. Friday at Aulds Funeral Home, Shreveport.

Player, Leon, 67, of Shreveport, died May 11; services at 11 a.m. Friday at Morning Star Baptist Church, Shreveport; buried in Northwest Louisiana Veterans Cemetery, Keithville; arrangements by Heavenly Gates Funeral Home, Shreveport.

Meshell, Lillie Myrtle, 94, of Noble, died Tuesday; services at 10 a.m. Friday at St. Ann’s Catholic Church, Ebarb; buried in the cemetery of St. Joseph’s Catholic Cemetery, Zwolle; arrangements by Warren Meadows Funeral Home, Main.

Powell, Dexter Bon, of Atlanta, Texas, on Tuesday; service at 2 p.m. Saturday at Queen City Assembly of God Church, Queen City, Texas; burial in Laws Chapel Cemetery, Atlanta; arrangements by Harrison Funeral Home, Naples, Texas.

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McCaskill, Maggie P., 93, of Granbury, Texas, died May 13; memorial service at 2 p.m. today at Heritage Methodist Church, Converse; arrangements by Boone Funeral Home, Bossier City.

Reeve, Ruth, of Tenaha, Texas, died Wednesday; Funeral service at 1 p.m. Saturday at New Prospect Cemetery, Timpson, Texas; arrangements through Mangum Funeral Home, Center, Texas. BOM continues its membership with the Historic District Business Association. Pictured from left are Lyn Christophe, Carrie Hough, Jill Leo (HDBA Director of Promotions & Events), and Blaise LaCour.

Northwestern State University’s College of Business and Technology will host Dr. Nita Landry from the popular television show “The Doctors” beginning at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, April 17 in Russell Hall Room 102. During a Q and A-style lecture, Landry will discuss her life as a doctor and business woman and the importance of giving back.

The lecture is being presented as part of the Spark Series, which aims to create interest in business and love among students and the community.

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For information about the event, contact Carmella Parker, professor and coordinator of outreach and special programs for the University, at [email protected] or (318) 357-5723.

Services: Thursday, April 4 at 11 a.m. at Memory Lawn Cemetery with interment in the Bostick Room at Second Street First Baptist Church immediately following.

Visitation: Saturday, April 6 from 10 am – 12 pm at the Winnfield Memorial Funeral Home Chapel, located at 318 North Street in Natchitoches

Visitation: Friday, April 4 from 5:30-8 pm and Friday, April 5 from 10-10:30 am at John Kramer & Son Church on Masonic Drive in Alexandria

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School board member Emile Metoyer placed an item on the agenda for Tuesday night’s committee meeting to go into executive session to discuss the contract and Superintendent Dale Skinner’s evaluation.

Because there were five new board members who did not agree to Skinner’s contract, the review was postponed until a Special Call meeting on April 17 at 5 pm. This meeting will also address the actions that need to be taken on requests including the Fairview ballpark expansion, two playgrounds at Goldonna and Fairview, and HVAC and lighting upgrades at Magnet. Board members will have a copy of Skinner’s contract and a Superintendent job description to review.

According to Board President Rhonda Guidroz, the audits will show if there are issues with the CEO that need to be addressed to lead them to a contract review. Metoyer agreed to block discussion on a contract review until the June meeting. Going to the executive council would require a two-thirds vote, but Skinner would have the right to open the proceedings to the public, which he said he would do if needed.

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David Engal with Fortenberry & Ballard CPA presented to the School Audit Board for the 2017-2018 fiscal year. Information available:

He also said the School Board improved its net position in the General Fund, which was about $1.4 million from last year, to about $4.8 million as of June 30.

Foshee reported a tax increase of 1.86%, but sales tax remains unchanged. The School Board must reimburse the Dept. of Education $47,000 from the Child Nutrition Services Fund. Both lab schools were included in the report on schools that received free lunches, however, the lab schools did not receive free lunches. This is simply a mistake in the report.

The residents of Natchitoches were delighted, and were greeted by a music video named after the permanent settlement in the Louisiana Purchase. So the NPJ decided to dig deeper and find out the story behind “Natchitoches, LA” by Nick Holovaty of Evansville, IN.

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“It’s been fun to see the local response to it on FB,” Holovaty said. “I’m very happy that people like it.”

Nick Holovaty has been a full-time missionary for the past 15 years. He travels a lot between Louisiana and Indiana. He likes to write music and make music with friends. He also wrote some songs about towns with fun names, because they were fun, including (Arkadelphia and Plain Dealing).

“It’s like a small town,” he said. “A lot of my neighbors have been coming all their lives. Some of them are in the Natchitoches video. As I see more people, especially people from smaller communities, I realize there is something important here: the relationship, the sense of root in a place, the sense of history and knowledge, it is very personal. , things happen in human form, people help a lot each other. These are great things! It should be celebrated! I think many people in our wider society are missing that kind of personal connection with neighbors. Even among young people who may not have seen I can tell there is a nostalgia for it.”

So if Holovaty never actually went to Natchitoches, why did he write the song? Just for fun. But on a deeper level, he wants to celebrate small towns and communities.

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Holovaty’s mission group (People of Praise Ministries) started a community elementary school in a poor neighborhood in Shreveport a few years ago. It is an independent Christian school with 25 students.

“They actually made a trip to Natchitoches a couple of weeks ago,” Holovaty said. “We run the school on lessons.”

Lakeview High School was placed on lockdown April 2 when Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Office deputies, Fire District 9 members, and Natchitoches Regional Medical Center EMS responded to a 911 call reporting to a bomb threat at 1:35 pm. The NPSO notified the School Board and closed the school. Students were evacuated from the football field and the school and surrounding buildings were searched. Deputies said the release process went well and their search turned up no suspicious information. Everything was finished after 2 pm. The investigation into the call is ongoing.

City Bank is pleased to be a sponsor of the 6th Annual Family Day Event. Family Day in the Park is June 15 from 10 am – 1 pm at Natchitoches City Park.

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The City of Natchitoches and Northwestern State University will host a Family Day in the Park that is free and open to the public. There will be free food, swimming, craft booths, face painting, a free lunch menu and more.

UPDATE: Abandoned stolen vehicle involved in ice cream robbery recovered at CAMPTI near US-71/LAKE STREET; THOUGHTS RUN

Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s deputies are searching for two suspects who robbed the Campti City Bank at gunpoint a short time ago, according to Natchitoches Parish Sheriff Victor Jones Jr.

Deputies are looking for a white 2010 Ford F-150 pickup truck with an LSU license plate on the front that was parked in La. License # X578955 occupied by 1 black male with what is believed to be a shoulder length curly wig and a white female wearing a black hoodie. .

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The car left the bank heading for Natchitoches on the Campti Cutoff, however, the exact direction of travel is unknown.

The Natchitoches Police Department needs the public’s help in locating a suspect who abandoned a dog outside the Natchitoches Animal Shelter on April 2 at 7:10 am.

Officers were able to identify the last digits on the driver’s license plate as 470. If you have any information on the subject or this vehicle please call the Natchitoches Animal Shelter at (318)357 -3885 or NPD at (318)352-8101. All calls will be confidential.

To surrender or release an animal you must arrive between 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Monday-Friday and left in the hands of the animal control officer.

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