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Cane River National Heritage Area

The Cane River National Heritage Area and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Grand Ecore Visitors Center in Natchitoches are hosting an exhibit this month that explores the ancient mounds and artifacts of Louisiana.

The traveling show is on loan from LSU’s Museum of Natural Science. The panels chronicle the history and artifacts of Native Americans in Louisiana, dating back 12,000 years, according to Cane River National Heritage Area interpretation director Steven Fullen.

Red River Radio local news highlights for Monday, Feb. 8.

Gary Borders

Rosie is our smart dog. She is high-strung but controls majority-interest of brains in our two-canine household. Sometimes when Sam will not come inside, she goes out to look for him, shaking her little head. Rosie is a rescue dog. She looks like Chewbacca when her fur is long. Her breed is uncertain, but certainly mixed. She is 5 years old, well-behaved and does not shed. Sam, on the other hand, is a 7-year-old sweet, special-needs dog.

Gary Borders

A Longview faith-based charity is working to reduce the number of latchkey preteens who are not involved in afterschool activities and whose families struggle to make ends meet.

Red River Radio local news highlights for Wednesday, Feb. 3.

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