Talking Trash is a new sports show featuring both national, regional, and local coverage of various sports events. The team consists of, from left, Waylon Laroux, Josh Sepulvado, and Jeremy “J-Dawg” Leone. (Photo by Sabine Index/Daniel Jones)

Wednesday, February 13, 2019
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A new, Facebook-based sports show titled “Talking Trash” is taking hold amongst local fans for its quick-fire blend of content featuring both local and national teams. Waylon Laroux and Jeremy “J-Dawg” Leone, the two hosts, developed their banter over a friendship that developed when they were... + continue reading

Over her 35 year career, Pricilla Wolf-King made a number of friends while helping them solve any number of problems that could arise in the court system. She was honored by Rep. Frankie Howard, pictured, due to her exemplary duty in the office. Similar awards were presented by Rep. Terry Brown and Many Mayor Ken Freeman. (Photo by Sabine Index/DJ)

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On January 31, the Clerk of Court’s Office in the courthouse was packed to the rafters in a way it hadn’t been since the Haynesville Shale rolled through here years earlier. However, instead of browsing the many records in the room, they were there to celebrate Pricilla Wolf-King, who was a... + continue reading

Sharon Chance, at right, served as Mistress of Ceremonies for the event. She is pictured alongside Berniece Nichols, who was celebrating her 100

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Berniece Nichols had one heck of a birthday party to celebrate her 100 years at Sabine Retirement and Rehabilitation Center on February 1. The facility’s cafeteria was packed to the rafters with family, friends, and a large number of well-wishers. Also on the agenda, other than a number of tasty... + continue reading

Sheriff Ronny Richardson, at right, had some extremely kind words for Berniece Nichols. His fond memories stretch back to when he was a student and Converse High and she worked in the cafeteria. Later, he’d return to the school as an educator and become closer to the centenarian. (Photo by Sabine Index/DJ)

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By Daniel Jones, editor Berniece Nichols had one heck of a birthday party to celebrate her 100 years at Sabine Retirement and Rehabilitation Center on February 1. The facility’s cafeteria was packed to the rafters with family, friends, and a large number of well-wishers.  Also on the... + continue reading

Talking Trash is a new sports show featuring both national, regional, and local coverage of various sports events. The team consists of, from left, Waylon Laroux, Josh Sepulvado, and Jeremy “J-Dawg” Leone. (Photo by Sabine Index/DJ)

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By Daniel Jones, editor A new, Facebook-based sports show titled “Talking Trash” is taking hold amongst local fans for its quick-fire blend of content featuring both local and national teams. Waylon Laroux and Jeremy “J-Dawg” Leone, the two hosts, developed their banter over a friendship that... + continue reading

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Josephine Remedies Martinez has reached quite a milestone, that of 90 years of a full, well-lived life. She is the youngest daughter of Steve and Maggie Procell Remedies. Her siblings are Henry, Louis, Frank, Louise, and Steve Jr. Growing up she enjoyed going to the movies with her mother and... + continue reading
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For the December Sabine Parish Cloverbuds meeting, members came in their “ugliest” sweater and were able to enjoy snacks, make Christmas ornaments and exchanged Christmas socks that had filled full of goodies.   To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://www.... + continue reading

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Winners of the Fourth Annual Sabine’s Got Talent Show from left are Hunter Paddie, first place; Evan David, third place; and Austin Isgitt, second place. The show, held at the Many Community Center at 7 p.m. on Friday, February 1, attracted a large crowd and helped the local committee of Easterseals Louisiana exceed their of $5,000. (Photo by The Sabine Index)

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Eleven acts were presented onstage at the Many Community Center Friday night, February 1 at 7 p.m., as the Fourth Annual Sabine’s Got Talent got underway. A large crowd attended the event, which benefits Easterseals Louisiana and helps children, adults, veterans and senior citizens with autism... + continue reading

Richard Cook is one of the most talented Elvis impersonators working today and can’t wait to bring his talents to the Many Community Center on February 9.

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Close your eyes, listen closely and you’ll be convinced Elvis has come back to life at the Many Community Center. That’s because nationally famous tribute artist Richard Bruce Cook will perform his third annual Valentine’s Day concert at the Many Community Center, Saturday, February 9, at 7 p.m... + continue reading

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This was a pretty nice weekend as far as the weather goes for a late year fishing tournament such as the first annual Mike & Tony Best 6 shootout tournament among the best 6 fishermen, Mikey... + continue reading

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Ricky Racoon is back and I’m not happy about it!! Last year, I heard a commotion on the back porch and I quickly ran to the back door. Gibbs, my cat, had chased a racoon up a post on the back porch.... + continue reading

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For the December Sabine Parish Cloverbuds meeting, members came in their “ugliest” sweater and were able to enjoy snacks, make Christmas ornaments and exchanged Christmas socks that had filled full... + continue reading

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