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Melrose News: Youngsters lineup for Creole Heritage pageant
Monday, Jan. 26 The Louisiana Creole Heritage Pageant was Jan. 23 at 6 p.m. at Magale Recital Hall. Contestants included Bye-Lo Baby Jordyn Burns; Creole Baby Bell winner Kayalee Jones, Jaliyah Llo...
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Robeline News: Village of Robeline mourns passing of residents; festival meeting moves to tonight
Monday, Jan. 26 We are saddened by the death of Ellen Scooter Freeman,  Audrey Huff, and Jerry Lambert. We send our condolences and payers to the families. The meeting for the Robeline Festival was...
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Powhatan writer remembers Dr. King
Monday, Jan. 19 Happy birthday Dr. King. Many gathered to honor the great civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. who was a great leader who believed in all things being treated equally. Sev...
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Emergency trip takes resident to ailing son’s side
Monday, Jan. 19 Dottie Gill received a call from a hospital in Colorado Springs, Colo., where her son, Joe Hyatt lives. He had a bad headache and was diagnosed with a brain aneurysm and was being t...
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Provencal writer explains rumblings that were results of heavy artillery training at Fort Polk
Monday, Jan. 19 Many area residents woke up to rumbling houses and shaking windows Jan. 15. Fort Polk’s Joint Rediness Training Center (JRTC) was participating in a training activity using heavy ar...
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Clara Springs fish fry is Jan. 23, Fairview to cook
Monday, Jan. 19   The Church Safety Training that was scheduled for this weekend has been postponed until March 7 at Clara Springs.  Michael Sesvold is the coordinator for this event.  For more inf...
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Sporting, church events keep us from falling back into rut we were in before holidays and hunting season
P Monday, Jan. 19 The holidays are over. Hunting season is over, unless you are attempting to down a dream buck with a stick and string. We survived over a week of wet and dreary and cold and were ...
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Campti council meets for 1st time since September with new mayor and council
Monday, Jan. 19 The Campti town council met for the first time in the new year with a new mayor and three new council members. Actually they are appointed until the next election. Mayor Roland Smit...
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Heeding call of Gov. Jindal, Robeline will have prayer service
Monday, Jan. 19 The governor has asked for people to go to Baton Rouge Jan. 24 for a time to pray for the nation. Knowing that most people can’t go to Baton Rouge, there will be an event in Robelin...
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Black Lake writer lists tips for having a successful 2015; area churches will be singing a lot
Monday, Jan. 19 I prayed for forgiveness in church Sunday at Christian Harmony Baptist, where I enjoyed visiting with friends, good music and preaching. Barry and Pam Howard with daughter, Deanna  ...
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