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ACLU files suit against SPSB

The American Civil Liberties Union and the ACLU of Louisiana filed a federal lawsuit against the Sabine Parish School Board Wednesday, Jan. 22. The suit alleges that officials at Negreet School harassed and proselytized a sixth grader because of his Buddist faith. 
 
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Kids delight in Sabine SNOW!!

Little Ella Grace Greer, the two-and-a-half-year-old daughter of Cayli Windham and Pat Greer of Many, probably enjoyed her 
snowman better than anyone in Sabine Parish Friday morning, Jan. 24. After a little help building her Many Tiger  heerleader
snowgirl, she happily gave her a kiss, which surely melted her heart!!
 
Wed
22
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Zwolle adventurer joins cast of “Swamp People”

Roger Rivers, who was born and raised in Zwolle, has been described as “larger-than-life”. His reputation for dangerous adventures, like stalking the banks of Toledo Bend Lake hunting, fishing (He once hooked a 75-pound catfish on Toledo Bend!) and doing all the things credited to country boys, has earned him a spot as the newest cast member of “Swamp People”, shown on the History channel.
 
Wed
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Unsolved 2008 murder case approaches 6th anniversary

It was a quiet night on Trinidad Drive in Noble for Larry and Millie Lambert. He was watching television with their dog in the
living room and she was in the back of the home doing chores. 
 
Wed
22
Jan
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Jury updated on ambulance service, long range water planning

Frank Davis updated the members of the Sabine Parish Police Jury on issues concerning the ambulance service district and the long-range water planning committee at its most recent meeting last week. Davis advised the jury members
the district was receiving good service from the Zwolle ambulance service since MedExpress moved one ambulance from Many to Zwolle and service seemed to be improved for the Many side as well.
 
Wed
15
Jan
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Poster contest opens for 150th Battle of Pleasant Hill

As part of the 150th an-niversary celebration of the Battle of Pleasant Hill, the committee will be sponsoring a poster contest. The artwork produced by the winning artist will be used on posters and t-shirts, which will be on sale at the April 4-6 celebration.

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Wed
15
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Reed to fight for first MMA title on March 2

CONVERSE – A couple of years ago, Dexter Reed was sit-ting in the crowd at the Munici-pal Auditorium in Shreveport watching a Mixed Martial Arts event.For the most part, most of the action was on the ground, featur-ing very little striking. He quickly became bored watching the fights and voiced his opinion about the fights being on the ground.

Wed
15
Jan
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Jacobs expected to enter NFL Draft

Through a number of reli-able sources close to the situa-tion, Many High School grad-uate and current McNeese State University tight end Nic Jacobs is expected to forgo his senior year at the Lake Charles school to enter the National Football League Draft.An all-stater at Many High School in two sports, Jacobs initially signed with Louisiana State University out of high school to play football

 

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Wed
08
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Kings Chapel hosting annual MLK March

The 19th Annual Martin Luther King March and Celebration has been set for 10:30 a.m. on Monday, Jan. 20, and is being hosted by Kings Chapel AMEC. The program will be held at New Jerusalem Baptist Church at 11 a.m., with the march beginning at 10:30 a.m. at the corner of Martin Luther King Drive and East Alabama in Many.

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Wed
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Investigation underway in Family Dollar armed robbery

Detective JoAnn Carter of Many Police Dept. is currently investigating an armed robbery, which took place in the Many 
City Limits at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 4. Carter has a suspect in jail, but he has not been charged, she said early Monday, Jan. 5.
 

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