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It all started back on August 11, 1965 when Eloyce Brown of Pleasant Hill met Gordon Durr of Marthaville, they were both attending the Spring Ridge Methodist Camp. They both fell in love and on July 2, 1966, they were married. Things were a lot different back then than what they are now, after they... + continue reading
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Recently, VFW Post 4858 of Many awarded scholarships to a number of deserving students. Receiving scholarships and pictured are Addison Garcie, Drayton McCormick, Katelynn Alford, and Brandon Escott. Members pictured are Howard pennington, Dan DeKeyzer, Danny Lopez, Robert Carroll, and Cecil... + continue reading
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Local resident Lisa Butler does not appreciate the vandalism to Monk Cemetery, which is located off of Lone Star Road. She was told by neighbors that two or three people in the community cut several huge cedar trees down in the past, but they have rested on the ground amongst the graves for years... + continue reading
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Recently, the Sabine Parish five-year-old All Star team played the district tournament in Pineville and placed fourth. They also received the sportsmanship trophy for District 8. Players pictured on the front row are Jackson Sepulvado, Porter Eaves, Garrett Sepulvado, Westyn Wallace, Bentley Womack... + continue reading
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Sabine Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution presented DAR Good Citizen certificates and pins to graduating seniors from each of the parish schools. The students were recognized at the December 2015 Sabine Parish School Board meeting and the parish winner announced.  To view more... + continue reading

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07/20/2016
On July 18, Gov. John Bel Edwards ordered the flags of the United States and the state of Louisiana to be flown at half-staff over the State Capitol and all public buildings in Louisiana until sunset on Monday, July 25 to honor the lives of the six law enforcement officers who were shot in Baton... + continue reading
07/20/2016
The Court of Appeal, Third Circuit, in Lake Charles, issued a ruling last week against Cleco in its efforts to stall a lawsuit filed by Gulf Coast Spinning. The suit alleges Cleco made initial promises to GCS that went by the wayside, once negotiations with Macquarie entered the picture. The ruling... + continue reading

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Sabine Parish Farm Bureau won a Four-Star Award at the 94th Annual Louisiana Farm Bureau Convention in New Orleans last month. Pictured left to right is Sabine Parish Farm Bureau President Paul Morris and Ronnie Anderson, president of the Louisiana Farm Bureau. To view more please log in or... + continue reading
07/13/2016 - 0 comment(s)
On June 26, the Sabine Parish Council on Aging held an open house at their Legacy Building in Many. The event featured a patriotic theme and food such as hot dogs, chips, popcorn, and cupcakes were served to those in attendance. The membership drive, which ... + continue reading
07/13/2016 - 0 comment(s)
The Sabine Parish seven-year-old pitching machine team was recently named district champs. Pictured on the bottom from left are Charlie Moore, Cameron Gille, Kellen Cox, Jaxon Leone, Drew Procell, and Preston Eaves. On the middle row are Payton Dybas, JW Rhodes, Trevor Waddle, Armad... + continue reading

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Recently, the Sabine Parish five-year-old All Star team played the district tournament in Pineville and placed fourth. They also received the sportsmanship trophy for District 8. Players pictured on... + continue reading

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by Daniel Jones (Note: I wrote the following movie review for my new blog associated with the Sabine CounterCulture Movement. Further writings and links to my podcast, which is the only podcast... + continue reading

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07/20/2016 - 0 comment(s)
It all started back on August 11, 1965 when Eloyce Brown of Pleasant Hill met Gordon Durr of Marthaville, they were both attending the Spring Ridge Methodist Camp. They both fell in love and on July... + continue reading