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Seniors
Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2022
Sometimes, it helps to realize you’re not alone. One local non-profit agency is trying to get the word out that they have the resources and staffing available to help people in the Ark-La- Tex who are dealing with Alzheimer’s and related dementia issues.
Cover Story
Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2022
The restaurant might be more familiar to many locals by some of its earlier names: Freeman & Harris Café, or Pete Harris Café, or Brother's Seafood. No matter what name you love, the families who have made this their lives' work have made them destinations for hungry palates for over 100 years.
Business
Friday, Feb. 11, 2022
Janie Mallet, the senior publicist for Cirque du Soleil OVO, described the production as a very family-friendly show with the trademark Cirque costumes, high-energy choreography, acrobatics, stunning video effects and music full of Brazilian influence.
Business
Friday, Feb. 11, 2022
STRIKEWERX, in the meantime, was busy prototyping a refueling simulator for the workhorse B-52. Air refueling is critical to flight operations and a mandatory skill for pilots. But training is expensive to maintain and time-consuming to conduct. The new simulator will save an estimated $4 million per year and reduce training time by three months.
Men's & Women's Health
Monday, Jan. 24, 2022
One area of innovation in physical therapy was developed in Norway. It’s called Red Cord and uses a method called Neurac, an acronym for neuromuscular activation. Neurac can be an effective treatment for injury recovery and neurological conditions when combined with suspension.
Community
Monday, Jan. 24, 2022
I will profoundly miss my friend Richard Folmer. He taught me more than I can say, was always kind, treated everyone with decency and warmth, and loved to joke around. I’m so lucky that I got to work with him in this field that we both love so much ... But mostly, I’m just happy to have known him.
Seniors
Tuesday, Jan. 11, 2022
They're calling the new construction Redbrook, and it's projected to add over 75 residents to the community eventually. According to early reports, it began accepting residents in October, and the population is growing. The Glen president and CEO, Debra Williams, said, "Redbrook is The Glen's newest option for independent living.
Arts & Entertainment
Tuesday, Nov. 30, 2021
“That’s when the businesses [in the downtown area] really suffer,” Clark said. “Everyone goes to Natchitoches, or everyone goes to Marshall. And that’s how this really came about. We started trying to look for a way to drag holiday traffic and overnight stays into the downtown area.

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