Monday, April 22, 2019
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The Louisiana Office of Public Health Laboratory confirmed that a skunk harvested this past week in DeSoto Parish was positive for the rabies virus. This is the third rabid animal reported in Louisiana in 2019, and the second reported in DeSoto Parish within the past seven days.  A rabid... + continue reading

Isabella is one of the Easter Bunny’s “good children” who attends the Easter event every year.

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The Easter Bunny likes to greet children as they arrive for the big party. He has promised to do his best to attend the 2019 party on April 20.

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The Easter Bunny and Mary Ellen Freeman, wife of Many Mayor Ken Freeman, discussed Easter favors at the 2018 Children’s Easter Party.

Wednesday, April 17, 2019
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The Town of Many has some big plans for Many and Sabine Parish children on Saturday, April 20. It’s the fourth annual Easter Party and Easter movie for Many and Sabine Parish children. The celebration starts at 6 p.m. when the Many Community Center will open its doors for the children and their... + continue reading

Members of the Many Lady Tigers softball team take a moment to celebrate a game well played on April 12. As the top seeded team, they defeated DeQuincy 19-9. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

Wednesday, April 17, 2019
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Many of our local softball teams have entered the LHSAA Softball playoffs. The Many Lady Tigers softball team has entered the Class 2A playoffs the top seed and defeated 32nd seed DeQuincy 19-9 on April 12. To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://www.... + continue reading

2019 Oldest Logger George Edwin “Zorro” Ezernack

Wednesday, April 17, 2019
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Each year, the Zwolle Loggers and Forestry Festival honors the Oldest Logger of the Year with a special ceremony during the festival, which is held each year during the second weekend in May. Chosen this year is the beloved George Edwin Ezernack, widely known by his nickname, “Zorro.” He was... + continue reading
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Although dynamited some years ago to safety concerns, Rickey Robertson and a few friends stand atop one of the rock outcroppings that marked an entrance to one of outlaw John Murril’s hideouts.

Wednesday, April 17, 2019
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The entrance to one of the caves is pictured. Read more on page 2. In Western Louisiana, there are many stories and legends, and some tall tales of the days of the Neutral Strip, or as many know it, the Free State. In 1802 Spain ceded Louisiana back to France in the Treaty of Ildefonso and on... + continue reading

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Graduation season is upon us, and the Index is preparing the annual graduation edition of the Index. To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://www.etypeservices.com/Sabine%20IndexID378/ + continue reading
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The Many Lady Tigers advanced their winning ways after blowing out Northwood 13-1 on Monday, April 8. To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://www.etypeservices.com/Sabine%20IndexID378/ + continue reading

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Members of the Many Lady Tigers softball team take a moment to celebrate a game well played on April 12. As the top seeded team, they defeated DeQuincy 19-9. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

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Many of our local softball teams have entered the LHSAA Softball playoffs. The Many Lady Tigers softball team has entered the Class 2A playoffs the top seed and defeated 32nd seed DeQuincy 19-9 on April 12. To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://www.... + continue reading
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  By Daniel Jones, editor Each year, the Zwolle Loggers and Forestry Festival honors the Oldest Logger of the Year with a special ceremony during the festival, which is held each year during the second weekend in May.  Chosen this year is the beloved George Edwin Ezernack, widely... + continue reading

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Members of the Many Lady Tigers softball team take a moment to celebrate a game well played on April 12. As the top seeded team, they defeated DeQuincy 19-9. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

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Many of our local softball teams have entered the LHSAA Softball playoffs. The Many Lady Tigers softball team has entered the Class 2A playoffs the top seed and defeated 32nd seed DeQuincy 19-9 on... + continue reading

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Spring Cleaning? Ugh! My home always looked lived in. I enjoy living comfortably. I get nervous if I am in an immaculate home……I like relaxed living. Along with relaxed living comes a cobweb here in... + continue reading

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Mayor Ken Freeman along with the city crew from the Town of Many joined in the Spring Trash Bash cleanup, also known as “Get off your Fanny and clean up Many” within the city limits, on Saturday, March 23. Pictured getting ready at Many City Hall are Mayor Freeman with city crew David Smith, Michael Moore, Butch Randall, Keaton Leach, Joshua Darden, Gary Rivers, Preston Foshee and Jadyn DuBois.

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upMayor Ken Freeman along with the city crew from the Town of Many joined in the Spring Trash Bash cleanup, also known as “Get off your Fanny and clean up Many” within the city limits, on Saturday,... + continue reading

Mackynsi Newman is shown explaining her “Lightening Lemons” programs to guests at Sabine’s Gifted and Talented Expo. (Photo by The Sabine Index)

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Ross Voorheis is shown with his project, The Study of Trebuchet Dynamics, at the Gifted and Talented Expo, hosted at the Family Life Center of the First United Methodist Church of Many, (Photo by The Sabine Index)

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Makenna McElwee, left, along with Emma McElwee and Paige Colston are shown with their project, Substainable Garden, at the Gifted and Talented Expo. (Photo by The Sabine Index)

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Austin Isgitt, playing the keyboard, is shown accompanying Lola Curtis, as she entertains with an expert “Girl on Fire.” (Photo by The Sabine Index)

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Victoria Gaspard is down with her artwork at the Gifted & Talented Expo. The carrots were a popular piece of her work on display! (Photo by The Sabine Index)

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Taylee Williamson was proud to stand by her project, Lungs in a Bottle at the Gifted and Talented Expo. (Photo by The Sabine Index)

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Chris Nolen, left, is shown listening as Gifted and Talented student Mick O’Neal explains his Banana Piano project. (Photo by The Sabine Index)

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