The Prudhomme-Rouquier House, circa 1782, is one of the houses visitors can tour Oct. 10-12 during Natchitoches’s Fall Tour of Homes, now in its 60th year.
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Historical homes are often beautiful, mysterious and inspiring. In the fresh autumn air, there is no better time to enjoy a ride to Natchitoches for the Fall Pilgrimage Tour of Homes Oct. 10-12. Natchitoches is already known for its historic value as the oldest permanent settlement in the... + continue reading
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By JESSICA DODD.   There’s something universally cool about classic cars. Whether you can identify chassis by sight or just like the way they look, classic cars are nostalgic symbols that bring people together to muse and celebrate. What better setting for a... + continue reading

Lt. Gen. William C. Mayville Jr., director of operations for the Joint Staff, describes the airstrikes U.S. and coalition forces conducted on Islamic State of Iraq during a press briefing at the Pentagon Sept. 23.
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By CHERYL PELLERIN.   WASHINGTON — Successful U.S. military and partner nation strikes Monday night against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, or ISIL, were only the beginning of the fight to degrade and defeat the brutal terrorist group, Pentagon... + continue reading
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FORT POLK, La. –– Residents of Fort Polk –– including Soldiers residing in the barracks –– are encouraged to attend a town hall meeting Tuesday at 6 p.m. at Warrior Community Center. The meeting is geared towards members of the community with questions or... + continue reading
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Spc. John Potts, 41st Transportation Company, 519th Military Police Battalion, 1st Maneuver Enhancement Brigade, dons his nuclear, biological, chemical mask during preparation training at the 1st MEB Combatives Pit Sept. 16-18.   To view more please log in or subscribe to the... + continue reading

The Prudhomme-Rouquier House, circa 1782, is one of the houses visitors can tour Oct. 10-12 during Natchitoches’s Fall Tour of Homes, now in its 60th year.

Lt. Gen. William C. Mayville Jr., director of operations for the Joint Staff, describes the airstrikes U.S. and coalition forces conducted on Islamic State of Iraq during a press briefing at the Pentagon Sept. 23.

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By ANGIE THORNE.   FORT POLK, La. — After a deployment, Soldiers may feel isolated and frightened by the myriad emotions and reactions they experience while trying to acclimate to life after combat. Too many don’t reach out for help. They think that, alone, they can... + continue reading

Victim advocate intern Lakieah Brown (left) chats with Victim advocates Shalena Brown (center) and Stacy Puzon at the Sept. 17 Suicide Awareness Fair held at Army Community Service. September is Suicide Prevention Month for the Army; the fair sought to raise awareness and provide support through the many services offered through Bayne-Jones Army Community Hospital and ACS.
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The Prudhomme-Rouquier House, circa 1782, is one of the houses visitors can tour Oct. 10-12 during Natchitoches’s Fall Tour of Homes, now in its 60th year.
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Historical homes are often beautiful, mysterious and inspiring. In the fresh autumn air, there is no better time to enjoy a ride to Natchitoches for the Fall Pilgrimage Tour of Homes Oct. 10-... + continue reading

A bike rodeo is one of the activities scheduled for the Fast and Furious Fitness Challenge for Kids at Siegfried Youth Center Sept. 27. Firstplace winners will receive new bicycles.
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By Chap. (Capt.) LUCAS REES.   “No one ever told me that grief felt so like fear. I am not afraid, but the sensation is like being afraid. The same fluttering in... + continue reading