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Wed
02
Jul
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Pals program ends on high point!

The yearly Pals programs, which provides a plethora of entertainment for school-aged children, has completed yet another
successful year. There was quite the extravaganza and even included a bed of nails, which was a huge hit with the kids in
attendance.
 
Wed
25
Jun
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Three arrested for production, passing of counterfeit money

Sabine Parish Sheriff’s Office CID and United States Secret Service, Cindy Smith, 36, of Coushatta; Buckey Adams, 46, of Robeline; and Terri McPherson, 36, of Many were each arrested for one count of monetary instrument abuse (production of counterfeit currency).
 
Wed
25
Jun
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Sabine women arrested in theft ring

Two Sabine Parish women, along with a Robeline man have been arrested by a joint investigation headed by the Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Office, with assistance by the Sabine Parish Sheriff’s Office. Arrested in Sabine Parish
were the following suspects: --Buckey Adams, 46, of Robeline, charged with two counts of felony theft
 
Wed
18
Jun
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Armstrong exhibit marks first success of Historical Society

Thursday, June 12 was a huge day for the Sabine Parish Historical Society and the Many Train Depot, as the small building was packed in anticipation of the opening of an exhibit featuring the art of Amos Lee Armstrong, Many native and first Artist Laureate of the state of Louisiana
 

 

Wed
18
Jun
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Aryan Nation gang member arrested in Sabine Parish

Crystal Lynnette Mc- Guire, who was wanted in connection with an Aryan Nations attempted murder in Claxton, Tenn., in December was arrested without incident in Louisiana on June 11 by the Sabine Parish Department.
 

 

Wed
11
Jun
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Pleasant Hill couple arrested on human trafficking charges

Two Pleasant Hill residents, along with a woman from Shreveport, were arrested on charges of human trafficking following an investigation by the Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Office. The case, which came to an end Thursday, June 5 involved an out-of-state victim who escaped her captors after being chained in a home for days.   

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Wed
11
Jun
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Movie filmed in Fisher

A low budget family comedy set in the 1930s filmed several scenes in the Village of Fisher during the last week of May. The writer, producer director and actor is one man—Phillip Wade, who serves as minister of music at Cypress Baptist Church in Benton. Interestingly enough, he is the son of Dr. J.R. Wade, who was the coroner who pronounced bank robbers, Bonnie and Clyde, dead when they were ambushed around Arcadia   

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Wed
04
Jun
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Armstrong work to be exhibited

Tucked away in a quiet corner of the Many Cemetery is the grave of Amos Lee Armstrong, the first poet laureate of the State of Louisiana. Although he died more than 50 years ago, he has not been forgotten. The Sabine Historical Society is hosting an exhibition of his landscape paintings at the Sabine Historical Depot Museum on June 12-14.   

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Wed
04
Jun
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TBLA Bass Unlimited banquet, auction draws huge crowd

Auctioneer Kevin McDonald and the Bassettes kept the crowd excited and bidding throughout the evening. Two original wood carvings were sold during the evening—one bass and one pelican. This bass generated quite a lot of excitement—it is about 4’ tall    

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Wed
28
May
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Landrieu brings Senate Energy Committee to Toledo Bend Lake

Senator Mary Landrieu is shown as she chairs a hearing that highlighted Toledo Bend’s potential to create tens of thousands of high-paying industrial, commercial and agricultural jobs during the next 50 years.

U.S. Senator Mary L. Landrieu, the chair of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, emphasized the job-creation potential of the Toledo Hydroelectric Project during a May 17 committee field hearing at the Cypress Bend Conference Center. “Toledo Bend has driven significant of economic development in this part of Louisiana since 1963,” Sen. Landrieu said.

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