Louisiana

Robeline

Robeline is a city in Louisiana. So far we have accumulated 188 streets in Robeline and on these streets we have added 54,742 real estate properties.

Robeline
Federal District
South
Counties
Louisiana
City
Robeline
Latitude
31.771453
Longitude
-93.320972
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Streets in Robeline

  • Robeline is a village in western Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana, United States. The population was 183 at the 2000 census. It is part of the Natchitoches Micropolitan Statistical Area. According to a 2007 report, Robeline was named one of the ten worst speed traps in the state of Louisiana. Robeline made 85.73 percent of its revenue, an average of roughly $1,517 per capita population, from fines and forfeitures in the 2005 fiscal year. Motorists are strongly urged to drive under the speed limit when passing through Robeline. In the 1880s, Robeline had a weekly newspaper, the Robeline Reporter, which was edited prior to his death by John Hamilton Cunningham (1812-1886), who had also been a physician, lawyer, planter, and minister. His son, Milton Joseph Cunningham, served three nonconsecutive terms as Attorney General of Louisiana prior to 1900, served in both houses of the Louisiana State Legislature, and practiced law in Natchitoches and New Orleans. The former Robeline public school (Mascot was the Bulldogs) closed in 1980 because of a federal desegregation order. Elementary pupils were consolidated with nearby Marthaville; high schoolers were bused to Natchitoches Central High School. Robeline is home of the annual Robeline Heritage Festival held the first weekend of October. Past performers have included several local musicians as well as Percy Sledge.

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