It's not everyday that you get to see Marilyn Monroe swinging a bat or Buzz Lightyear rounding home trying to score, but that's just a sampling of the crazy sights that you might see Friday night at the annual Halloween on the Hill game at Central High School's baseball field.
Perhaps you have driven down Highway 21 in Sabine County and have seen this sign. Even though this sign is on private property apparently there are laws in the state governing whether signs like this can be erected near a highway...and that's what led to this legal battle.
If you go to an ice cream or frozen yogurt store, you're allowed to ask for a sample or two of different flavors before deciding on your final choice. However, such activity is frowned upon at a convenience store.
According to a Brookshire Brothers press release, a Groveton woman says she felt like she was playing The Wheel of Fortune when she found out she’d won the top prize in a Brookshire Brothers’ contest.
Brookshire Brothers ran its Summer of Fun Giveaway from May until Labor Day this year.
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