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By Daniel Jones  The Many Tigers were dealt a heartbreaking loss against the North DeSoto Griffins on September 15 as they traveled for their first of four away games in a row. An almost unheard of four fumbles and North DeSoto’s two scores in the third quarter were easily the deciding... + continue reading
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Large display of Vietnam Special Forces and Special Operations Group (SOG) by Jason Langlinais set up outside the North Louisiana Military Museum.   To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://www.etypeservices.com/Sabine%20IndexID378/ + continue reading
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The annual Child Safety, Bullying and Drug Education Program is in full swing. Each year the Many Police Department selects material to educate children and adults on how to stay safe and drug free. Jamie Vincent of City Bank presents Many Chief of Police Roger Freeman a donation from City Bank to... + continue reading
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Members of the Daughters of the American Revolution gather around Many Mayor Ken Freeman, seated, as he proclaims the week beginning on September 17 as Constitution Week. Pictured from left on the back row are Pam Russell, Helen Tatum, Shirley Salley, and Katie Lombardino.   To read more... + continue reading
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
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Let’s face facts and the bad news. Sabine Parish has a litter problem. Our Sportsman’s Paradise is covered in cigarette butts, cans, bottles, fast food containers, and plastic bags. Litter doesn’t just doesn’t make our neighborhoods and roadways look bad, it’s destroying our wildlife and... + continue reading

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09/20/2017
By Daniel Jones  After months of uncertainty, current plans call for Hodges Gardens to revert to the A.J. and Nona Triggs Hodges Foundation on October 1, effectively leaving it closed to the public. For decades, the gardens have been a beloved destination for both locals and tourists to... + continue reading
09/20/2017
by Pete Abington  It seems everywhere you turn these days they are trying to politicalize everything that’s happening. Very frequently we see this in our sporting events: football, basketball, whatever. What makes these people attack America the way they do and interrupt a pleasure which we... + continue reading

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Fort Jesup members, Robert Lombardino, Leah Swanstrom, Allie Tarver, Nicholas Tarver, and Will Tarver attended the L.S.C.A.R State Conference. These young leaders took part in a business session where officer and chairmen reports were given. They enjoyed a tour of the Cane River Creole National... + continue reading
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Sabine Urgent Care celebrated Customer Appreciation Day and becoming a member of the Sabine Parish Chamber of Commerce on Labor Day, Monday, September 4 at their Highland Drive location. From 12 noon to 2 p.m., free cups of Marble Slab ice cream was given away. The local business has been in... + continue reading
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By Daniel Jones, editor To say the Many Tigers aren’t hungry this year does a huge disservice to the team. Out of the gate they are dominating the competition as they pursue a second state championship.The team opened their season on September 1 against Peabody, and soundly defeated the... + continue reading

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By Daniel Jones  The Many Tigers were dealt a heartbreaking loss against the North DeSoto Griffins on September 15 as they traveled for their first of four away games in a row. An almost... + continue reading

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by Donna Smith Ammons  Saturday morning dawned a bit early for Grammie. We had a peaceful night at Gator RV and Water Park in Bunkie and our big day of fun had arrived. Darby began whimpering... + continue reading

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The annual Child Safety, Bullying and Drug Education Program is in full swing. Each year the Many Police Department selects material to educate children and adults on how to stay safe and drug free.... + continue reading