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Step-father gets 30 years for manslaughter

Posted: Monday, March 7, 2011 7:00 am | Updated: 8:27 am, Sun Mar 13, 2011.

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FC Galaxy 8U soccer starts indoor season 2-0

The U8 FC Galaxy Team made a successful transition into their first indoor season this past weekend. Saturday morning they won 13-0 and Sunday afternoon was a 10-1 victory bringing them to 2-0 on the season. Players listed left to right include Marshall Davey, Ethan Fahr, Jorden Moore, Ryan Manuel, Tate Fuentes, Lorenzo Cano, Braylon Keyes, and Grant Ballenger.

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Louisiana Velocity 8U claims championship over Walker Rockets

Livingston Parish was well represented at the recent Halo Classic 8U Baseball Tourney. The Walker Rockets and Louisiana Velocity (Denham Springs) were the last two teams standing at the recent Halo Classic 8U Baseball Tourney. Louisiana Velocity won the Championship after a great game by both teams. Pictured are both teams and their coaches.

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'Lake Martin' excursion

Following torrential rains Thursday afternoon, Samantha Tarkington (left) and Katie Schexnayder paddle a boat across a flooded front yard at the corner of Pete’s Highway and John Martin Lane. They have dubbed the area ‘Lake Martin.’ Enjoying the ride with them are their dogs, black lab mix ‘Teeta’ and chiweenie ‘Bella.’

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