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10
Nov
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Zwolle Tamale Fiesta celebrated

Tue
10
Nov
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Korb gets first deer

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Victor Korb, the nine-year-old son of Fred and Renee Korb, recently took his first deer while hunting with his grandfather, Mike Ferguson, in the Mansfield area. Victor is from the Many area and attends Negreet school.

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Tue
10
Nov
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Superior Hospice honors breast cancer survivors

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Superior Hospice proudly sponsored an event to honor breast cancer survivors and the many affected by the disease. The event was held at Desoto Retirement with residents and staff from MNC, SRRC, and TRRC in attendance. Live entertainment was provided, and attendees dined on finger foods, cake, and punch.

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Wed
04
Nov
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Williams reunion held Pearlie Fox-Robinson

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The family reunion of the descendants of Crit and Sallie-Fox Williams was held on July 3-5 at Hodges Gardens State Park. The family enjoyed good food, fun games, and enduring fellowship. Pearlie Fox-Robinson, a Los Angeles resident and the 106-year-old sister of Williams, was the most cherished attendant.

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Wed
04
Nov
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Sabine Medical Center holds contest

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On October 29, Sabine Medical Center held different contests for the staff. Each department had their own jack o lanterns to submit while others participated in the chili or gumbo cook off. Outside judges were brought in including Dan Alford, Alex Walsh of the Sabine Index, SatCom owner Marion Hall and his employees Ross McDonough and Prince Sean Johnson.

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Wed
28
Oct
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Clinton book features McFarland

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Isaac McFarland, a freshman at Morehouse College, is pictured with Chelsea Clinton at her book signing in Atlanta, Georgia. McFarland is featured in Clinton’s new book entitled, “It’s Your World” for his exceptional efforts to eliminate hunger throughout the country. He is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Mairus McFarland of Keithville, and the grandson of Zelderia McFarland and the late Booker T. McFarland of Many.

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Wed
28
Oct
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Cub Scouts participate in “Fair Work Day

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Eleven local Cub Scouts performed a community service project on Saturday, September 19 for Fair Work Day, at the Sabine Parish Fair Grounds. They, and their parents, took the day to paint the Commercial building.

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Wed
21
Oct
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SCOA staff important to success

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Three important members of the Sabine Council on Aging’s office staff at the Legacy Building in Many are spotlighted this week, according to Executive Director Tammy Mangum. Lisa Ebarb is one of the first staffers you will see when you enter the Legacy Building, Sabine Council on Aging in Many. She has been serving as receptionist/administrative assistant since July. A Sabine Parish native, she graduated from Zwolle High in 2000. She is married and the mother of one child.

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Wed
21
Oct
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Spirit of Community award deadline nears

Two weeks remain for the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards, which are open to students in grades 5-12, according to Nan Arthur, 4-H Agent in Sabine Parish. The award is open to students who volunteer for local, state and national recognition by making meaningful contributions in their communities during the past 12 months.

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Wed
14
Oct
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Mansfield SHS to host nighttime battlefield tour, October 24

On Saturday, October 24, Mansfield State Historic Site will re-create the gruesome aftermath of a Civil War battle by taking visitors on a special night tour of the Mansfield battlefield. Authentically- costumed tour guides will take visitors onto the battlefield by candle lantern, where reenactors in period dress will act out various scenes at stops along the trail. Numerous tours will be taken out during the program’s two-hour run.

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