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Saturday, December 7, 2019
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The Cody Wayne Band, which consists of several local musicians, recently hit an extreme milestone in their career:  That of bring their brand of “Red Dirt” music to President Donald J. Trump’s November 26 Homecoming Rally at the BB&T Center in Sunrise, Florida. “It was all kind of a... + continue reading
Siarah, Savannah Hall named 2019 Young Achievers

Siarah and Savannah Hall have been named 2019 Young Achievers

Wednesday, December 4, 2019
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The 2019 Young Achievers Award goes to Savanah and Siarah Hall, two sisters who have already accomplished much in their lives. Their story is an inspiring and unique one. Savanah and Siarah Hall moved to Sabine Parish in 2009. They were born to biological parents who were both addicted to drugs... + continue reading
Curtis Family Pharmacy hosts grand opening, ribbon-cutting

Applause combined with shouts of joy, welcomed the Curtis Family Pharmacy to the business community with their official grand opening and ribbon-cutting, coordinated by Executive Director of the Sabine Parish Chamber of Commerce Shanna Gaspard. The event took place at the new pharmacy, located on the Many bypass, on Tuesday, November 26 at 11 a.m. Holding the white ribbon, stretched across the pharmacy front were Many Mayor Ken Freeman and Zwolle Mayor G.J. “Pie” Martinez. Pharmacist and owner Leslie Founds Curtis, flanked by her mother, Ann Founds, daughter Lola Curtis and mother, Margaret Adams, all of Many, snipped the ribbon as other family members and employees looked on. At far left are John W. Curtis and Gaspard. (Photo by The Sabine Index)

Wednesday, December 4, 2019
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Family, friends, members of the Sabine Parish Chamber of Commerce and customers gathered for the ribbon-cutting and the official grand opening of Curtis Family Pharmacy at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, November 26. A large crowd attended the event. Pharmacist and owner, Leslie Founds Curtis, greeted... + continue reading
Tamale Fiesta, Pink Sisters work to help local cancer patients

Zwolle Tamale Fiesta Board Pres. Chris Loupe, center left, and Board Member Cindy Ezernack, center right, present Pink Sisters of Sabine with a check from event t-shirt sales. Board member Laurie Gentry is shown at left, and Pink Sisters Pres. Betsy Godfrey is shown at right.

Wednesday, December 4, 2019
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When Sabine Parish has a need, her good citizens are faithful to help. The Zwolle Tamale Fiesta Board demonstrated that spirit of generosity recently when they designated one of its official event t-shirts as a fundraising effort to benefit Pink Sisters of Sabine. Pink Sisters serves local breast... + continue reading
Tigers to meet Kentwood in semi-final

It takes a lot to bring a Tiger down. (Photo courtesy Tina Mc-Cormic)

Wednesday, December 4, 2019
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It has been a few exciting weeks for Many Tiger football, as they soundly made their way through two playoff games against East Feliciana and Pine, which they won 24-20 and 49-21, respectively. This Friday, they will meet Kentwood at home at John Curtis Stadium on December 6 at 7 p.m. Should they... + continue reading

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Last Thanksgiving I labored over a Sweet Potato Casserole that I knew Hubby-dear would like. It was truly a labor of love, because sweet potatoes are not my favorites. Mom always made candied sweet potatoes and insisted that we eat them at Thanksgiving. I remember swallowing mine whole and being... + continue reading
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50 Years Ago Week of Dec. 4, 1969 “Let’s Clean Up and Decorate” was the Page One editorial in The Sabine Index this week. The second traffic fatality in Sabine involved a 71-year-old man who ran into the rear of a loaded pulpwood truck in Florien. Elmer L. Craig was the winner of a... + continue reading

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The Sabine Parish Rising Star in the 2019 Hometown Christmas Parade is 17-year-old Emma Rose McElwee, the second oldest daughter of Melissa and Archie McElwee of Many. To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://www.etypeservices.com/Sabine%20IndexID378/ + continue reading
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NSU Engineering Technology instructor Curtis Desselles, left, and student Blakeley Canfield, right, showed Ricky Lane and Jonathan Lumpkin of Florien High School the capabilities of robotics on an assembly line during the second annual Engineering Technology Symposium. Students from four parishes attended the event.

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“Technology touches every aspect of our lives,” said Dr. Jafar Al-Sharab, head of Northwestern State University’s Department of Engineering Technology, as 285 high school students from Lincoln, Ouachita, Sabine and Calcasieu parishes convened for the Engineering Technology Symposium at NSU. To... + continue reading

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Tigers to meet Kentwood in semi-final

It takes a lot to bring a Tiger down. (Photo courtesy Tina Mc-Cormic)

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Trotter Lafollette has been masterful this season and is a verifiable scoring machine with his leg able to kick field goals from a sizable distance away. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

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Reginald Mitchell and Dagan Knippers go up for a pass in the end zone. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

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Zequarrius Rhone, junior quarterback, got the ball off just in time in the face of extreme pressure. (Photo courtesy Tina Mc-Cormic)

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Cadillac Rhone calls his own number for a Tiger first down. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

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Terrence Williams has become one of the biggest Tiger threats this year. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

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Terrence Williams and Braxton Ebarb provide solid blocks while Shamarion wiseman makes his way through a sizable hole in the defense. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

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It has been a few exciting weeks for Many Tiger football, as they soundly made their way through two playoff games against East Feliciana and Pine, which they won 24-20 and 49-21, respectively. This... + continue reading
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Several Many Tigers take time before the game to meet for prayer. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

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The Tigers signal the turnover, which they fell on during the first play of the game. The ensuing play from scrimmage brought about their first of 59 points. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

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Players jump in the air to congratulate each other following a touchdown. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

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The mighty Many Tigers take to the field to much fanfare (and fireworks). (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

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CJ Woods is shown getting the ball upfield. He had a bang-up game with two big turnovers and points to match. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

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Shamarion Wiseman is shown heading into a place he has become all too familiar with this season: the endzone. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

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Travis Adamson is shown bearing down on the Vidalia quarterback. The high-performing Many defense allowed no points scored during the first playoff game. (Photo courtesy Tina Mc-Cormic)

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Shamarion Wiseman made it into the endzone….again. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

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This picture correctly illustrates the perils of the Vidalia Vikings offense for the night. See more on page 7. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

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Trotter Lafollette added to the team’s totals on the night with this field goal. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

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CJ Woods made it into the endzone….again. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

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Loyola Flyers no match for mighty Tigers

Drake Dye takes a moment after catching a touchdown pass. He was seemingly everywhere during the Homecoming game. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

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The spectacle of the Many Tigers pre-game ritual was pumped up big time for the Homecoming festivities on November 1. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

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Quarterback Zequarrius “Cadillac” Rhone” throws one of many passes during the Homecoming game. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

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Cadillac Rhone makes his way through the Loyola Flyers line during the game on November 1. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

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Drake Dye goes up for a pass. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

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Terrence Williams gets his hands on the ball for one of many carries throughout the night. Shown providing a block is Braxton Ebarb. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

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Shamarion Wiseman knocks a Flyer out of the way. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

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Cadillac Rhone falls forward into the end zone for a touchdown while Dagan Knippers signals the touchdown. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

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Cadillac Rhone throws a pass under not so good circumstances during the game. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

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Justin Greer gets a big sack during the game. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

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Last Thanksgiving I labored over a Sweet Potato Casserole that I knew Hubby-dear would like. It was truly a labor of love, because sweet potatoes are not my favorites. Mom always made candied sweet... + continue reading

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City Bank assists Thanksgiving dinner
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City Bank employees delivered water for the “Free Thanksgiving Dinner” sponsored by the Black Heritage Festival. The dinner was held on Thursday, November 28, from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the old Many... + continue reading
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Zwolle High School was given two grants for the betterment of their sports field. Accepting one of the grants was Wade Penfield, who is pictured alongside Principal Bradley McLaren

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Chris Brumley of Zwolle High School was also the recipient of a grant, which will improve safety issues and bullpens of their sports fields.

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Scott Gowen, left, of the Central Sabine Fire Department was rewarded a grant by Weyerhaeuser. Grants like these go a long way in assisting local volunteer fire departments, who face an uphill battle when it comes to local fire safety.

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Weyerhaeuser was extremely gracious in awarding a grant to help with the renovation and opening of the Toledo Bend/Zwolle Museum. Pictured on the outside are Weyerhaeuser’s Dewayne Colston and Anthony Ebarb. On the inside, from left, are Edith Palmer, Martha Henderson, Linda Curtis Sparks, Jonathan Williams, and Zwolle Mayor G.J. “Pie” Martinez.

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As a good community partner, Weyerhaeuser issues a number of grants each year to local schools and community-oriented organizations and this year chose a number of deserving entities to help. Pictured here are Anthony Ebarb and Dewayne Colston with local art teacher Cassie, who travels throughout the parish to teach not just art but life skills as well.

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Ebarb High School was provided a grant as well. Pictured accepting it are Ebarb Principal Amy Johnson and Sabine Parish School Board Member Donald Garcie.

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Akeila Hale, Malorye Foster, Maddie Hendon, Harper Luster demonstrate making Christmas Cards.

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Layla Cedars, Alivia Roark, Ella Deville, Jax Colston, and Leah Bourque held a smoothie demonstration.

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Hannah McCullough and Emily Eason lead the pledges.

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Gavin Pilkington, Hayden Cunningham, Levi Booker,and JJ Anderson speak about fire safety.

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Landon Sepulvado discusses ways to be a good citizen.

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Diamond Jackson, Shanya Levy, Lyric Palmer, Terralyn Brumfield present flu prevention information

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