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11
Feb
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Logan, Briscoe walk away with tournament honors

Dale Logan and Kerney Briscoe walked away on Saturday, Jan. 31 with the majority of the money and honors at our first tournament of 2015 on Toledo Bend. They took first place team with 18.99 pounds. Logan was also the individual point winner with 18.79 pounds, and won the Big Bass pot with a healthy 8.80 pound toad. Sonny Hargrave fished solo and took home second place team winnings, and John Gillard and Randy Pennington were the third place team. Hargrave was also second place individual, and Lionel Dugas was third individually. 17 members and 1 guest launched into chilly, but very favorable weather conditions which prevailed throughout the day. Even so, it was a tough bite for most contestants as only 4 full individual limits of fish were brought to the scales. All fish were released in attempt to perpetuate our great Toledo Bend resource.

Wed
04
Feb
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Arts, crafts for sale

Ann Harpel has several works on display at the Depot Art Guild
The members of the Depot Art Guild have decided to display booths with beautiful fine art and crafts.All are invited to come and enjoy the gallery. You will find outstanding paintings, photographs, pottery, jewelry, Saints wreaths, and Mardi Gras ornaments. With Valentine’s Day coming soon, you will find something for everyone.
 
Wed
04
Feb
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Members of School Board sworn in

School Board members with their family and Clerk of Court Tammy Foster swear in for the new term on Jan. 12. Members in no particular order are Buddy Veuleman, Donald Garcie, Spencer Faust, Terrell Snelling, Randy Martin, Rod Davis, Donald Remedies, Dale Skinner, Daron Chandler.
 
Wed
28
Jan
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Briscoe wins TBCA 2014 Angler of Year

Kerney Briscoe, left, for “2014 Angler of the Year” and “Heaviest Stringer of the Year” from TBCA President David Martinez.
The Toledo Bend Christian anglers recently held their annual awards banquet on Jan. 6 at Fisherman’s Galley, where the top ten anglers of the 2014 were recognized with special awards being given to the Angler of the Year, Biggest Fish of the Year, and Heaviest Stringer of the Year.
 
Wed
28
Jan
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New Kreations thankful for help

Members of the New Kreations church in Zwolle recently gathered with Many Mayor Ken Freeman in order to thank him for the town’s assistance and support in their program. The mayor and town of Many have been instrumental in giving a number of people a second chance on life.
 
Wed
28
Jan
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Bank of Montgomery supports livestock show

left are Linda Guay, Daniel Bennett, Darrell Simmons - Many High Ag Teacher, Chris Pearce – County Agent.
Bank of Montgomery continues their support of the Spring Sabine Livestock Club for 2015. They donated $500 to support the youth of the 4-H and FFA Clubs in Sabine Parish.
 
Wed
21
Jan
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Officer Jones visits Pleasant Hill Pre-K

Pleasant Hill PreK students Axle Baker, Eric Barkin, Isaac Burch, Kaydin Burnett, Jayden Elliott, Laila Gault, Noah Green, Grayson James, Chaz Jones, Kalia Morgan, Eli Salley, Isaac Salley, Charity Sanders, Joseph Scott and Georgana Shoemaker were pleased to have a visit with Officer Winter Jones of the Pleasant Hill PD recently. The class wishes to thank Chaz’s mom for taking the time to read and visit with them.

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Wed
21
Jan
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Melrose Arts, Crafts festival set for April

The 41st annual Melrose Plantation Arts and Crafts Festival has been scheduled for April 18 and 19, according to Harry Thompson, chairman for the event. The festival is sponsored by the Association for the Preservation of Historic Natchitoches (APHN) and annually attracts more than 2,000 visitors during the two-day event. Each year the festival features more the 100 vendors from several states. Among the items offered in past years were original works of art, photographs, stained glass windows, handmade jewelry, plants, gourmet pickles and jellies, clothing, toys, woodworking products, pottery, and other arts and crafts objects. Located in southern Natchitoches Parish on State Highway 119, Melrose Plantation has been designated as a National Historic Landmark. The property features eight historic structures dating to the 1800’s. Guided tours will be available for two of the buildings: the big house and the African House.

Wed
14
Jan
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Toledo Center SCOA celebrates

The Toledo Center Fishing Line Dancers were making merry at the Toledo Center Christmas Party. The ladies entertained and love to dance!
 
Wed
14
Jan
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Zwolle presents 2015 homecoming court

The 2015 Senior Maids vying for Homecoming Queen are Rylea Sepulvado, Cami Ezernack, and Chelsea Parrie. Senior Beaus vying for Homecoming King are Tristian Martinez, Logan Sepulvado, and Josh LaPierre.

 

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