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Many highs, lows for Sabineland in 2019

Many highs, lows for Sabineland in 2019

Shanna Gaspard

Many highs, lows for Sabineland in 2019

The Zwolle Hawks had an amazing Homecoming court for 2019. Senior Maids vying for Homecoming Queen are Maurisha S., Autumn S., and Lily R. The Home- coming King will be selected from Beaus Trey W., Patrick M., and Tanner F.

Many highs, lows for Sabineland in 2019

Kalandre Brown, Abby Parrie, and Jaboris Wiseman were arrested and booked on a December 30 shooting in Many that left one injured.

Many highs, lows for Sabineland in 2019

Coach Dale Ward

Many highs, lows for Sabineland in 2019

Converse was also busy in anticipation of Homecoming. Pictured from left are this year’s Homecoming court, consisting of Kelcie Sepulvado, Tori Darden, Ale Rodriguez, Allie Jagneaux, Queen: Carrie Watson, Landry Sistrunk, Sarah Friday, Summer LaRoux, and Maddie Wray.

Many highs, lows for Sabineland in 2019

Senior members of the 2019 Ebarb Homecoming Court are, from left, Jax Cartinez, Kelsey Sepulvado, Catherine Warner, Chloe’ Leone, Landen Rivers and Braden Barnes.

Many highs, lows for Sabineland in 2019

Following the 2018 season, the Many Tigers had four athletes sign on to continue playing football at Division I schools. Pictured are Myron Warren, Tavier Williams, Coach Jess Curtis, Shacori Williams, and Ni’Kendrick Carter. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

Many highs, lows for Sabineland in 2019

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Many highs, lows for Sabineland in 2019

Sharon Chance, at right, served as Mistress of Ceremonies for the party at Sabine Retirement and Rehabilitation. She is pictured alongside Berniece Nichols, who was celebrating her 100th birthday.

Many highs, lows for Sabineland in 2019

Darold Gleason of Many won the 2019

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Many highs, lows for Sabineland in 2019

Over her 35-year career, Pricilla Wolf-King made a number of friends while helping them solve any number of problems that could arise in the court system. She was honored by Rep. Frankie Howard, pictured, due to her exemplary duty in the office. Similar awards were presented by Rep. Terry Brown and Many Mayor Ken Freeman.

Many highs, lows for Sabineland in 2019

Connor Arthur was named the Accomplishment Award winner by the Sabine Hall of Fame.

The year of 2019 was quite eventful for our tiny little parish of Sabine, and each year the Index takes a look back at the headlines and people who make us who we are.

Tyler Mitchell was headed to Hollywood after an impressive rehearsal on American Idol.

 

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Wed
25
Dec
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VFW 5187 sponsors coloring contest

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Freda Ebarb, Patriotic Instructor of Zwolle-Ebarb VFW Post 5187 Ladies Auxiliary, sponsored a coloring contest for the K-6 religion students of St. Joseph’s and St. Ann’s

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Wed
25
Dec
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BOM donates to Zwolle Christmas Festival

BOM donates to Zwolle Christmas Festival

Bank of Montgomery recently donated four cases of water to the Zwolle Christmas Festival. In the picture are Kayla Sepulvado & Torrie Sepulvado.

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Wed
11
Dec
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BOM supports “Hometown Christmas”

BOM supports “Hometown Christmas”

Bank of Montgomery is proud to sponsor the Town of Many “Hometown Christmas” Parade on December 21. In the photo from left are Sandra Neel, Debra Funderburk, and Janice Randow.

Bank of Montgomery is proud to sponsor the Town of Many “Hometown Christmas” Parade on December 21. In the photo from left are Sandra Neel, Debra Funderburk, and Janice Randow.

Wed
11
Dec
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Veterans honored at special service

Veterans honored at special service

Several World War II vets attended the West Louisiana Veterans Memorial Park Veterans Day service. Pictured from left are Charlie Davis, Navy; I.D. Bostian (Army), and Bobby Williams (Allied Air Force and Korea)

Several World War II vets attended the West Louisiana Veterans Memorial Park Veterans Day service. Pictured from left are Charlie Davis, Navy; I.D. Bostian (Army), and Bobby Williams (Allied Air Force and Korea)

 

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Wed
04
Dec
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Cleco reminds customers to decorate safely

Cleco reminds customers to keep safety top of mind when decorating their homes and businesses this holiday season. Taking the necessary precautions when installing holiday decorations, especially lights, help keep you and your family safe.

According to the Electrical Safety Foundation International, incidents of home fires and electrical accidents typically increase during the winter holiday season.

“While holiday decorations help make the season festive, customers should be mindful of potential hazards,” said John Melancon, Cleco general manager of corporate safety. “Reading and following manufacturer instructions when setting up electrical decorations, as well as periodically checking them throughout the season, is one easy way customers can help keep their families, homes and businesses safe this holiday season.”

 

 

Wed
04
Dec
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City Bank assists Thanksgiving dinner

City Bank assists Thanksgiving dinner

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 Junior High Cafeteria at 850 Highland Avenue in Many. Pictured with City Bank employees, Jamie Vincent and Kristy Miller are Mary Perry and Pearl Maxie.

 

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Tue
26
Nov
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MJH 4-H holds November meeting

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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

In November, Many Jr. High held their second 4-H meeting of the year.

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Tue
26
Nov
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Weyerhaeuser presents grants

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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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Wed
20
Nov
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Depot Art Gallery sets Christmas show

The Depot Art Gallery, located at the old train depot in Many, will hold a Christmas Show on November 21 from 5:30 p.m. – 8 p.m. and November 22-23 from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

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