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Choir will sing at church Sunday
Monday, Nov. 10 The arctic cold front has arrived. It’s time for winter attire to keep warm. The fall gardens are enjoying the colder temperatures. Fig and pear preserves are tasty with biscuits, s...
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Good meal fights the chill
Monday, Nov. 10 The weather forecast is calling for colder temperatures. It’s beginning to feel more like winter than fall but in spite of it all, it’s great weather with Thanksgiving right around ...
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Writer lists church dates
Monday, Nov. 10 The youth baked potato lunch at United Baptist Church Sunday was cancelled because youth director Mike Sesvold was in the hospital for tests. We pray for good news. The Young at Hea...
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Provencal Fall Fest presents awards for pie eating and best chili
Monday, Nov. 10 With an estimated crowd of nearly 2000 people for this year’s Provencal Fall Festival, it was a great success. Winners of the Pie Eating Contest were Provencal school students David...
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Correspondent gives election results
Monday, Nov. 10 Happy belated birthday wishes to A’zaria Solitaire.  Her birthday was Nov. 3.  The theme of her birthday party was Minnie Mouse.  The celebration was held at the Town Hall in Natche...
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Correspondent braves cold weather and early mornings to hunt elk in Colorado
Monday, Nov. 10 Why do I get up at 5 a.m.? Better yet, why do I get up at 5 a.m. when it is cold and I am on vacation? One word. Hunting. One more word. Elk. Just the hopes of having an elk in my s...
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Black Lake correspondent attends Pecan Festival and stresses educational values
Monday, Nov. 10 Finally this election is over. I just pray we have the right folks in office to work hard and listen to the people and get the White House back on track. We have so many important i...
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Writer reports on hunting, robotics and workday at Calvary
Monday, Nov. 10 Bobby and Judy Fair’s grandson, Eli Dyjack, son of Bruce and Stephanie Dyjack was in a robotics competition at Bossier Civic Center last week.  This was the first of three robotics ...
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Community enjoys Provencal Fall Festival, honors Veterans and recalls fond memories
Monday, Nov. 10 The Provencal Fall Fest had perfect weather and a good turnout for the festivities.  The parade was good but didn’t last very long.  My daughter, Brenda Dubois, took me to see it.  ...
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Teachers fed up with public using school dumpsters; police will track violators through trash
Monday, Sept. 29 The pre-school teacher of Marthaville Elementary School, Carrie Woodard, posted pictures on Facebook that she had taken of the two dumpsters located right behind the school that is...
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