Wednesday, February 22, 2017
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Derek Mong took first place in the Many Bass Club’s February tournament. He had a five-fish stringer of 28.03 pounds and the 7.69 pound big bass of the tournament.   To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://www.etypeservices.com/Sabine%20IndexID378/ + continue reading
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
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On January 24 and 25, the Sabine Parish School Board held this year’s Junior Quiz Bowl Tournament. Negreet High School placed first at the competition. Pictured on the front row are Justin Ritterbeck, Phillip Lehr, Hannah Eidson, Haydn Cook, and Andrew Gatti. On the back row are Joshua Stallings,... + continue reading
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
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By Daniel Jones  When Mythbusters premiered over a decade ago, its brand of science and engineering mixed with entertaining urban legends inspired multitudes to think logically. Now, Brian Louden wants to do exactly that for an entirely new generation, and gets his chance during the finals... + continue reading
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
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LSU AgCenter associate vice president Mark Tassin said he likes to say he brings 4-H to the kids, the kids don’t come to 4-H. “The only way we can bring 4-H to the kids is by being in the schools,” he said. ”Some of these kids don’t have transportation, and without us being in the schools, some... + continue reading
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
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Love was in the air this Valentine’s Day, as members of the Gray Ghost Motorcycle Club of Sabine Parish, Patriot Guard Riders, A.B.A.T.E of Louisiana, and the Soldiers of the Cross M/M spent time with the residents of the Sabine Retirement and Rehabilitation Center. They spread the love with gifts... + continue reading

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02/22/2017
A record amount of money was donated during the eighth annual phonathon held Feb. 6-9 and sponsored by the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts Foundation. The event raised more than $94,800, the most in the phonathon’s history. Gifts came from 460 individual donors, nearly 19... + continue reading
02/22/2017
by Donna Smith Ammons  I have a sock drawer and it is so stuffed with socks---unmatched socks, I might add-- that it has reached the point that I must clean it out because I can never find a pair!! I have decided it is just pure laziness that I don’t match my socks before I stuff them in... + continue reading

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By Daniel Jones  When Mythbusters premiered over a decade ago, its brand of science and engineering mixed with entertaining urban legends inspired multitudes to think logically. Now, Brian Louden wants to do exactly that for an entirely new generation, and gets his chance during the finals... + continue reading
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Known as “Miss Silvia” to the children, she was a faithful and loving woman, who watched after the babies and small children each Sunday in the church nursery. Accompanied by her family to worship service at the First United Methodist Church on Sunday, January 29, she was surprised to be honored... + continue reading
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Many Boy Scout Troop 80 and Cub Scout Pack 80, both sponsored by the First United Church of Many, celebrated Scout Sunday on February 5 during the morning worship service. Serving as acolytes were Ross Voorheis and Hunter Atkins. The colors were posted by Hunter Atkins, Conner Lewing and Maddox... + continue reading

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On January 24 and 25, the Sabine Parish School Board held this year’s Junior Quiz Bowl Tournament. Negreet High School placed first at the competition. Pictured on the front row are Justin Ritterbeck... + continue reading

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Dear Rusty: I am 66 years of age and have not yet claimed Social Security because I want to wait until I’m 70 and get the higher benefit. My wife, who is 68, is already collecting her benefits having... + continue reading

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A record amount of money was donated during the eighth annual phonathon held Feb. 6-9 and sponsored by the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts Foundation. The event raised more than $... + continue reading