Wednesday, July 26, 2017
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The Louisiana Ponytails are going to the World Series, and Bank of Montgomery’s Debra Funderburk and Tiffany Miller gave a donation, snacks, and promotional items to the teams.   To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://www.etypeservices.com/Sabine%... + continue reading
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Participants from Upward Bound Sabine recently toured Washington, D.C. Several places attended were The White House, U. S. Capitol, Smithsonian Institute, House of Representatives (Louisiana), Pentagon’s 9/11 Memorial, Arlington Cemetery and an illuminating tour featuring Lincoln, Washington... + continue reading
Wednesday, July 26, 2017
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Sabine Parish is sending two softball teams to the upcoming World Series events. The teams have played hard and look to continue to do so in their upcoming travels.   To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://www.etypeservices.com/Sabine%20IndexID378/... + continue reading
Wednesday, July 26, 2017
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Well the dog days are here for sure making day fishing a little challenging, but the night guys beat the days anglers pretty bad this month, having the better results for sure. They had all had to fight thunderstorms Friday night to catch these big sacks but it paid off to get wet, as Zack... + continue reading
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  Foy’s owner Marshall Harper and General Manager Robert Hable and employees of the local dealership were on hand Tuesday, July 18 to welcome Northwestern State University’s new President Chris Maggio and Demon Head Football Coach Jay Thomas and his coaching staff to Many.... + continue reading

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by donna smith ammons It’s taken me years to make myself exercise. As a child, I suffered from asthma, so I wasn’t running around outside or playing games. I was more of an inside child. I loved to read and play dolls. Now don’t get me wrong, I was outside a lot…climbing trees, going to... + continue reading
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  Foy’s owner Marshall Harper and General Manager Robert Hable and employees of the local dealership were on hand Tuesday, July 18 to welcome Northwestern State University’s new President Chris Maggio and Demon Head Football Coach Jay Thomas and his coaching staff to Many.... + continue reading
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By Daniel Jones, editor New Creation Ministries Church in Zwolle recently held their third annual banquet on July 6, which serves as a huge fundraiser for the church. Their New Creation Restoration Program is a six-to-twelve month residential discipleship program for... + continue reading
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We all love Toledo Bend but there are times one wishes he would have just stayed in bed. Fishing the night portion of this month’s tournament, Gary Moore won first place in the Many Bass Club’s July tournament with a five fish stringer weighing 11.29 pounds. Moore caught his fish in... + continue reading

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The Louisiana Ponytails are going to the World Series, and Bank of Montgomery’s Debra Funderburk and Tiffany Miller gave a donation, snacks, and promotional items to the teams.   To... + continue reading

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by donna smith ammons It’s taken me years to make myself exercise. As a child, I suffered from asthma, so I wasn’t running around outside or playing games. I was more of an inside child. I... + continue reading

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Well the dog days are here for sure making day fishing a little challenging, but the night guys beat the days anglers pretty bad this month, having the better results for sure. They had all had... + continue reading