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24
Apr
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MES names Students of the Week

Many Elementary is pleased to name their Students of the Week for the week ending April 18.

Pre-K Students of the Week are Matthew Lucius, Serenity Garner, Drake Veuleman, DeMarcus Littleton, Christine Johnson, Whitney Scott, and Luke Davis.

 

 

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Wed
10
Apr
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Town of Many performs clean-up

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.

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, 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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Wed
03
Apr
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“Feed a Friend” event is this weekend

Pastor Ray Perryman

Organizers Joey and Lisa Register have announced that the “Feed a Friend” event will once again return on Saturday, April 6, beginning at 2 p.m. on their property in the Bethel Community, at a slightly different location. The Register family is currently constructing a new venue facility, RB4 Event Center, on their Nash Road property and the popular event will be held there.

The Registers invite everyone to join them for food, fellowship and fun as they serve a variety of “good eatin’” while you spend some time together as neighbors. The best part about the whole event is that it is all free! Organizers emphasize it that all you have to do is to come hungry and bring your family, and a friend or two. You may even take a door prize home with you!

 

Wed
03
Apr
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Progress Cumberland Presbyterian Church to celebrate 109 years

Progress Cumberland Presbyterian Church will hold their 109th Anniversary Celebration on April 27-28.

The event begins on April 27 at 6 p.m. with a congregational singing.

On Sunday, April 28, the worship service will begin at 10:30 a.m. with a message from Bro. Jerry Lawson and Pastor Drake Barnhill.

 

 

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Wed
27
Mar
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OCC team shares information at Clara Springs

Members of West Central Louisiana Operation Christmas Child team shared information, resources and materials to those who attended the Church Resource Expo at Clara Springs. The West Central team includes participants in Red River, Natchitoches, Sabine and Winn parishes. To obtain more information and to become involved in Operation Christmas Child call Beth Martin, Area Coordinator, 318-508-1024.

 

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Wed
27
Mar
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Sabine’s Gifted, Talented Expo hosted

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

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)

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)

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

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)

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

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

The annual Sabine Parish Gifted and Talented Expo, emphasizing “Passion Projects” was hosted on Friday, February 15 in the Family Life Center of the First United Methodist Church of Many. Students from across the parish participated. The program opened at 9 a.m. with Lola Curtis and Tre French singing the “Star Spangled Banner.” Projects were placed on tables throughout the center and students prepared a short presentation on their “passion.” The program began at 9:15 a.m. to 9:45 a.m. with Talented Music students performing.

 

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Wed
20
Mar
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City Bank awards Student of Year

Dr. Sara Ebarb, Superintendent of the Sabine Parish School Board, presents Allie Tarver a plaque for the Student of the Year at Florien High School. Allie is a fifth grade student and is the daughter of Andy and Alison Tarver. Also shown is Jamie Vincent, who presented her with a check and a basket of goodies on behalf of City Bank.

Dr. Sara Ebarb, Superintendent of the Sabine Parish School Board, presents Allie Tarver a plaque for the Student of the Year at Florien High School. Allie is a fifth grade student and is the daughter of Andy and Alison Tarver. Also shown is Jamie Vincent, who presented her with a check and a basket of goodies on behalf of City Bank.

 

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Wed
20
Mar
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Sonnier wins Many Bass Club’s March tournament

Placing third is Joe Eidson, who caught 10.54 pounds.

Michael Sonnier took first place at the March tournament with a total weight of 12.34 pounds.

Placing second is Glen Swihart, with a stringer weighing 10.79 pounds.

Big Bass Honors were given to Jimmy Campbell, who pulled in this 6.12 pound bass.

Michael Sonnier took first at the Many Bass Club’s March 2019 tournament with four fish weighing 12.34 pounds. Sonnier caught his fish on the Texas side south of the bridge using a baby bass senco in 2-5 feet of water.

Glen Swihart is the second place winner with four fish weighing 10.79 pounds, while Joe Eidson is the third place finisher with a five-fish stringer weighing 10.54 pounds.

 

 

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Wed
13
Mar
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Colonel Darby and his rangers

Headquarters Building at Camp Beauregard, Louisiana used for the 1940 Louisiana Maneuvers. (Robertson Collection)

In May 1940 Louisiana began to be invaded. No not by an enemy army, but by the units of the United States Army who would be part of the first units to maneuver throughout the Sabine area, which was an extensive area laid out on maps for maneuver use ran from the Red River westward to the Sabine River and south towards Lake Charles.

Lt. General Stanly Embick was the overall commander of this first maneuver and had his headquarters at Camp Beauregard. At Camp Beauregard was the Blue Army Zone, while the Red Army Zone was from below Jasper, Texas, and north to Nacogdoches. In these maneuvers came many enlisted men and officers who in the coming years of World War II would make great achievements and would become famous as commanders of specialized units. One young officer destined to become famous was William Orlando Darby.

 

Wed
20
Feb
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Locals named to NSU President’s List

Six hundred and fifty-four students were named to the Fall 2018 President’s List at Northwestern State University. Students on the list earned a grade point average of 4.0. Those named to the President’s List listed by hometown are as follows: Belmont – Kelly Bass; Converse – Shayna Brown, Hayley Farmer, Wade Hicks, Mallory Mitchell, Hannah Womack, Logan Woodward; Florien – Shayla Duhon, Amber Lewing, Caroline Matthews, Dylan Roberts, Jordan Weldon; Hornbeck – Brandy Alford, Lane Alford, Kimberly Runyon; Many – Skyler Ezernack, Heidi Knight, Jaleah Lee, Lathan Meyers, Xavier Montgomery, Chas Pilcher, Tessa Reeves, Samantha Simmons; Noble – Allie Ebarb, Collin Procell; Pelican – Mary Myers; Robeline – Jessica Clark, Patricia Goodwin, Alyssa Maley, Bergen Oge, Caleb Wester; Zwolle – Shakelia Maxie, Holden Rivers.

 

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