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Remembering Eagle Hill

By Rickey Robertson 

In most communities there is one location that is special and very unique. Some communities have buildings, bridges, houses, creeks, and other unique items that pertain to that location. To the folks who live in Peason, we also have a landmark that is special to each and every one of us and is also of historic interest, Eagle Hill. Eagle Hill is the second highest point in the state, with Driskoll Mountain in North Louisiana being the highest point. At one time after all the timber had been harvested by Peavy Wilson Lumber Company, and you could see Eagle Hill looming on the horizon. Now with the timber having grown back around it, you can’t actually see the old hill from Hwy. 118 anymore, but you can know the exact location because you will see a very large and tall radio tower reaching skyward that is located right on the top of Eagle Hill.

Wed
14
Jun
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Brown Graduation from INaCA

Mickayla Reann Brown, of Pleasant Hill, LA, is slated to graduate from International Connections Academy on June 16, 2017 at 4:00 p.m. Mickayla is the daughter of Shane “Hank” Brown and Kayla Brown of Pleasant Hill, LA, granddaughter of Mike and Betty Brown, of Marthaville, and the late Katherine Behan. The virtual commencement ceremony can be viewed at www.InternationalConnectionsAcademy.com/Graduation2017.

Throughout her junior high and high school careers, Mickayla has participated in the sport of rodeo competing in the breakaway, team roping, barrel racing and pole bending events. She has had the opportunity to compete at both state and national levels. Mickayla travels throughout multiple states competing in various rodeo events and associations. One of her most recent accomplishments was winning the Josey Reunion Pole Bending 2017 Championship as seen in the picture below.

 

Wed
07
Jun
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Zwolle High Class of 67 holds reunion

The ZHS class of 1967 held its 50-year reunion on Saturday, May 6, at Cypress Bend. Pictured left to right, first row: Rita Tyler Farmer, Patricia Parrie Getschel, Judy Longoria Garcia, and Linda Remedies Cox; second row: Alice Meshell Sepulvado, and Peggy Falcon Cochran; third row: Blandon Dockens Glorioso, Patricia Rule Rodrigue, Linda Malmay Delaney, and Sheryl Hayes Wilson; fourth row: Donna Vickers Walker (head turned), Jackie Craig, Helen Webb, Sammy Garza; fifth row, Johnny Naylor, Joe Sepulvado, and Pat Boudreaux, Robert Sepulvado; Sixth row: Dale Rains, Bill Hatcher, Glenwood Bullard, Wayne Lehr, and Benny Ramsey.

 

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Wed
07
Jun
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Boy Scouts retire tattered flags

Senior Patrol Leader of Troop 80, Many Boy Scouts Ross Voorheis opened the Flag Retirement Ceremony with a welcome at 10 a.m. on Saturday, May 27.

Held on the First United Methodist Church’s vacant lot, the Troop hosted an informative and dignified retiring of several American flags.

 

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Wed
31
May
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Mansfield SHS to host Tom Sawyer Community Picnic

Look back to the days of the community outing, blankets on the ground, and games for everyone to play, as Mansfield State Historic Site hosts a Community Picnic Day from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. on Saturday, June 3. In conjunction with American Hiking Society’s National Trails Day and Great Outdoors Month, park staff and volunteers will present visitors with examples of what was commonly seen at a Victorian era picnic, and encourage visitors to take part in period games such as Town Ball. Visitors are encouraged to bring their own picnic lunch and make a day of it at the park! So come enjoy the games, walking trails, and family time!

 

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31
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NSU sets two sessions of Summer Dinner Theater

Northwestern State University’s Summer Dinner Theatre will present “Nunsense II” June 14-17 and 21-24 and “Murder in the Court” July 26-29 and Aug. 2-5. Both shows will be performed on the A.A. Fredericks Auditorium stage. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and dinner is served at 6 p.m.

 

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Wed
24
May
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Ezernack and Sepulvado to wed

Randy and Cindy Ezernack, along with Gerald Lynn Sepulvado and Carol Brown are please to announce the marriage of their children, Courtney DeAnne Ezernack to Wesley Kyle Sepulvado. Courtney’s maternal grandparents are John and Ann Rivers. Her paternal grandparents are Roy Ezernack and Dorothy Meshell. Her great grandparents are Bend and Kate Rivers and Johnnie and Catherine Ebarb. Wesley’s paternal grandparents are Abram and Doris Sepulvado. His maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Brown. Wesley’s great grandparents are Wesley and Selena Sepulvado.

 

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Boy Scouts to hold flag retirement ceremony

Boy Scouts to hold flag retirement ceremony 

 

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Wed
17
May
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Ezernack and Sepulvado to wed

We are proud to announce the upcoming wedding of our daughter, Courtney DeAnne Ezernack and Wesley Kyle Sepulvado.

Courtney is the daughter of Randy and Cindy Ezernack. Her paternal grandparents are Roy Ezernack and Dorothy Meshell, and her maternal grandparents are John and Ann Rivers. Her great grandparents are Ben and Kate Rivers and Johnnie and Catherine Ebarb.

Wesley is the song of Gerald Lynn Sepulvado and Carol Brown. His paternal grandparents are Abram and Doris Sepulvado, and his maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Brown. His great grandparents are Wesley and Selena Sepulvado.

 

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17
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Local scouts promote program at Defenders of Liberty Air Show

Jenna Platner, Venture Crew leader from Bossier discusses the best way to get the word out about the benefits of scouting with Many Pack 80 Cubmaster Diane Voorheis. Scouting offers something for everyone, including adults. Girls, 14 and older can join a Venture crew and receive the same leadership challenges that Boy Scouts offers.

 

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