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Nicholas Tarver takes a moment to pose with his gold and silver medals and Adaptive Physical Education Instructor Lina Claire Peterson.

Thursday, October 17, 2019
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On September 28, Nicholas Tarver traveled to Northwestern State University in Natchitoches to participate in the GUMBO 2019 Governor’s Games.  He earned gold medals in the Shot Put and the Javelin and received a silver medal in the discus.  Nicholas improved his distance with the... + continue reading
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Wednesday, October 16, 2019
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The Lakeview Gators started their season out with three wins, the exact opposite of the Many Tigers, who had a three-game struggle to start the season. However, their fortunes had reversed by the time of their meeting on October 11 when the Tigers soundly defeated their district rival 49-14. To... + continue reading
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Bank of Montgomery is honored to be a silver sponsor the Project Celebration’s Taylor House Domestic Violence Shelter Fundraiser. The golf tournament and silent auction will be held on Saturday, October 19 at Cypress Bend Golf Course. In the photo from left to right: Tiffany Miller, Cheryl Wooley, and Carmella Driskill.

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Lisa Veuleman, owner of Lou’s Flowers and Gifts in Many has donated a huge autumn gift basket to Project Celebration’s silent auction on October 19 at Cypress Bend golf clubhouse. The auction begins at 2 p.m. and is free to the public.

Wednesday, October 16, 2019
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One in four women are victims of domestic abuse every year. Between 950,000 and 3 million incidents of domestic violence are reported each year, and many other incidents go unreported. It is estimated that more than 10 million women and children experience domestic violence in the United States... + continue reading
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Negreet Jr. High basketball concludes tremendous season

Wednesday, October 16, 2019
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The Negreet Junior High Indians basketball team had the season of a lifetime! These seventh and eighth grade boys ended with a perfect season of with 22 wins and zero losses. Pictured on the front row from left are Ayden Goldberg, Layton Byles, Landyn Leach, Braxton Derouen, Kade Cook, Jamauri... + continue reading
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The exchange was made through the Rotary International youth exchange program. Honoka, center, spoke to the local club about her experiences while here. She is pictured with Many Rotary Club President Mary Perry and Scott Gowen, whose family served as one of her hosts.

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While here, Honoka Tsuda got to captain a boat on beautiful Toledo Bend.

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One of the great things about being an exchange student is experiencing a different way of life. During a visit to New Orleans, Honoka got to try beignets at the world famous Café du Monde.

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Honoka Tsuda got to tour a fire station in Shreveport while in Louisiana.

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A trip to Louisiana isn’t complete without at least some interaction with an alligator.

Wednesday, October 16, 2019
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Exchange student Honoka Tsuda from Chiba, Japan recently wrapped up her eventful stay in Louisiana. To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://www.etypeservices.com/Sabine%20IndexID378/ + continue reading

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I had high hopes, but was left disappointed, again.  My beloved USA Eagles National Team have gone yet another Rugby World Cup without winning a single match.  That makes it 2011 since their last World Cup match win.  I had such high hopes this time.  Of course, I knew they... + continue reading
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October 12 was a big day for Sabine Parish, as a number of hotly contested political races came to a conclusion for many local residents, while others are now embroiled in what will be extremely contentious runoffs. To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://www.... + continue reading

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King Pat Rivers, First Lady Karen Parrie to reign over Tamale Fiesta

Tamale Fiesta King Pat Rivers and Queen Alison Garcia

, King Pat Rivers, First Lady Karen Parrie to reign over Tamale Fiesta

First Lady Karen “Tiny” Parrie

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The Zwolle Tamale Fiesta is upon us and will be held at the Zwolle Festival Grounds throughout the latter part of this week and weekend. As is tradition at the festival, each year a King and First Lady are chosen from the many residents of Zwolle to serve as royalty for the festival and many... + continue reading
McLendon named Older Worker of 2019

Beverly Sumner, SCOA Office Manager and sister to the honoree, had the privilege of presenting the Older Worker of the Year award to her sister, Patsy McLendon. (Photo by The Sabine Index)

, McLendon named Older Worker of 2019

Family members on hand, supporting their loved one, Patsy Mc-Lendon, the 2019 Older Worker of the Year, are shown above. From left are siblings, Glenva Bradford, Rose Sparks, Beverly Sumner, James “Rabbit” Rodrigues, the honoree, and her daughter, Amy Ebarb. (Photo by The Sabine Index)

, McLendon named Older Worker of 2019

State Representative Frankie Howard is shown reading a legislative commendation honoring the Sabine Council on Aging’s Older Worker of the Year, Patsy McClendon. She was announced and honored as the winner at the annual SCOA Fall Festival on September 26. (Photo by The Sabine Index)

, McLendon named Older Worker of 2019

Tax Assessor candidate Ronnie Bison presented a beautiful plant to Older Worker of the Year Patsy McLendon. (Photo by The Sabine Index)

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An employee of Walmart in Many for the past 30 years and one of the friendliest employees in the store, Patsy Rodrigues McLendon was named the Sabine Council on Aging’s Older Worker of the Year at the Year at the annual SCOA Fall Festival. Over 300 attendees applauded her as she graciously accepted... + continue reading

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Nicholas Tarver takes a moment to pose with his gold and silver medals and Adaptive Physical Education Instructor Lina Claire Peterson.

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On September 28, Nicholas Tarver traveled to Northwestern State University in Natchitoches to participate in the GUMBO 2019 Governor’s Games.  He earned gold medals in the Shot Put and the... + continue reading
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Negreet Jr. High basketball concludes tremendous season

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Tigers take another district win, defeat Menard Eagles

The hashtag #manymade or “Many made” is quite familiar for those that follow the exploits of the Tigers on Twitter. No photo illustrates that better than this one, with the little cutie decked out in her MHS regalia for the game. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

, Tigers take another district win, defeat Menard Eagles

The Many Tigers take the field just before kickoff of their 52-31 district win over the Menard Eagles. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

, Tigers take another district win, defeat Menard Eagles

As this photo illustrates, Terrence Williams is not an easy running back to take down. The Eagles had trouble with the Tiger standout throughout the game. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

, Tigers take another district win, defeat Menard Eagles

Quarterback Zequarrius “Cadillac” Rhone calls his own number and puts some fancy moves on a Menard Eagle. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

, Tigers take another district win, defeat Menard Eagles

Keelan Williams gets a hand under the Eagles running back to try and strip the ball. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

, Tigers take another district win, defeat Menard Eagles

Drake Dye and a teammate ensure that the Menard Eagles don’t get a first down. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

, Tigers take another district win, defeat Menard Eagles

Shamarion Wiseman gets his turn with the ball. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

, Tigers take another district win, defeat Menard Eagles

Jamarlyn Garner and Zachary Higganbotham are not going to allow this Eagle any more yardage. (Photo courtesy Tina Mc-Cormic)

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I had high hopes, but was left disappointed, again.  My beloved USA Eagles National Team have gone yet another Rugby World Cup without winning a single match.  That makes it 2011 since... + continue reading
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Magic: the Gathering will be played at the Sabine Parish Library's Many branch on Saturday. Come out and have a great time.

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Lt. Michael Ayotte 75

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Tactical Fighter Squadron US Air Force. (US Air Force Photograph)

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Grave marker for Lt. Michael N. Ayotte at the US Air Force Academy Cemetery in Colorado Springs, Colorado. (US Air Force Academy Photograph)

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A-10 Thunderbolt II attack aircraft such as this flown by Lt. Michael Ayotte of the 23

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Tactical Fighter Wing. (Official US Air Force Photograph)

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Since 1964 the United States Air Force has had use of the Peason Ridge Bomb and Gunnery Range located in Natchitoches, Sabine, and Vernon Parishes. To read more please log in or subscribe to the... + continue reading
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Preston and Kelly Condra

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Converse School observes

Students leading the “See You at the Pole” included, front row from left, Madison Wray, Jake Farmer, Alexis Martin, Samantha Watson, Allie Ryals, Gracie Averitt, WIlla Gregston, and Hunter Brumley. On the back row are FCA Sponsor Dee Farmer, Eli Wilburn, Katie Murray, Tanner Hanks, Jacob Watson and James Watson.

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