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MidSouth recognizes top graduates...

Florien’s Abby Parker, Presley Stewart, Makayla Jordan, Dekota McGee, and Logan Alford were recognized by MidSouth Bank.

For 35 years MidSouth Bank has recognized the top students from each Sabine Parish high school.

Students, their families, school administrators, and school board members along with other special guests joined in the celebration on May 2. Each student received a gift from MidSouth Bank and attendees heard remarks from Superin-tendent Dr. Sara Ebarb and Pete Abington.

 

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Williams arrested on attempted murder charge

Sabine Parish Deputies responded to an incident that occurred on Sam Webb Loop in Noble shortly before 10 p.m. on Thursday, May 16.

Deputies learned that Kristopher N. Williams of Noble had allegedly attacked another male with a knife inflicting serious injuries.

 

 

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Marr announced as Deputy of Quarter

Sheriff Ronny Richardson is pleased to present the Deputy of the Quarter plaque to Chief Detective Bradley Marr. He is an experienced investigator and goes above and beyond in providing guidance to our other detectives and servicing our communities’ needs. He has just recently been tasked with coordinating the active shooter drills in each of our schools. Thank you for your service and professionalism, Detective Marr.

 

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“God Bless America” concert to feature Willie Stewart family, friends

Willie Stewart Family and Friends will perform a concert filled with patriotic music on Saturday, May 25 at 7 p.m. at the Many Community Center

Memorial Day weekend will be special in Many as the first “God Bless America” concert will be presented at the Many Community Center on Saturday, May 25, at 7 p.m.

Willie Stewart Family & Friends will perform a first-ever patriotic concert on Memorial Day weekend, “God Bless America.” The show starts at 7 p.m.

The concert is free to everyone because of a generous grant from the Shreveport Regional Arts Council.

 

 

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TBLA’s Bass Unlimited Banquet, Auction another success

Linda Curtis-Sparks announces the Glynn Carver Memorial Scholarship that TBLA will fund and award to deserving students around the Toledo Bend Lake area. (Photo by Calley Gentry)

By Ramona Moore

Generous TBLA supporters braved the threat of rain to attend the 17th Annual Toledo Bend Lake Association’s Bass Unlimited – Back A Great Fighter Banquet and Auction on Friday, May 10, at Cypress Bend Park Pavilion. The evening was the high point of TBLA’s 2019 fundraising which supports projects that serve and benefit Toledo Bend Lake and the surrounding communities.

The evening began with guests browsing items available in the live auction, raffle drop boxes, silent auction, and TBLA merchandise. The stage area of the pavilion was decorated by Lauren Moore and the staff of Nichols. Emcee Ricky Yeldell welcomed the crowd, followed by 11-yearold Abby Shanley of Negreet, who sang The Star-Spangled Banner. Dinner was catered by the Brisket House of Jena, Louisiana.

 

 

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Depot construction nearing completion tensive work ful to citizens

Kevin Gosey, painting contractor, puts the finishing touches on a door at the Many Depot. It will be known as Many’s Sabine Parish Museum when it opens.

The renovation and restoration of the historic Many Depot is nearing completion after more than 10 months of work on the brick building, which is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places.

Painting contractor Kevin Gosey of Many began putting the finishing touches on the painting of all exterior and interior surfaces last week. People who drive by the depot can now see the freshly painted Hunter Green doors with white trim. The concrete benches in the portico section are painted a spring green. Painting on the interior included walls, ceilings, ceiling beams, and all wood surfaces.

Rotted wood on both the interior and exterior of the building, broken windows, exterior and interior doors, ceilings, and walls were all repaired, rebuilt, or newly constructed by Kowonno Green Handyman Services.

 

 

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School Board member, community leader, Randy Martin, dies May 9

James Randal Martin 1950-2019

A longtime Sabine Parish School Board member, Randy Martin, died at Willis-Knighton-North in Shreveport on Thursday, May 9 around noon.

Martin, who suffered from daily back pain from an old injury, was diagnosed with metastatic lung cancer (Stage 4) a month prior to his death.

Treatments were unsuccessful and he was hospitalized the last nine days of his life.

 

 

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Jenna Gray named 2019 Loggers Festival Queen

On Saturday, April 27, the Zwolle Loggers and Forestry Festival held their 25th  annual pageant.  

Selected in this pageant are the 12 members of the royal court to preside over the 25th  anniversary festivities and year.  Of the 45 wonderful contestants competing in the event, the Loggers and Forestry Festival are pleased to welcome Miss Zwolle Loggers and Forestry Festival 2019, Jenna Gray, and her court: Teen Miss Ashley Gorrell, Jr Miss Abigail Squires, Deb Miss Kaydence Brown, Little Miss Sarah Walraven, Master King Riley Gillam, Tiny Miss Selena Vela, Toddler Miss Blaize Meshell, Little King Cambren Brown, T’Nincy Miss Lillie-Ann Worsham, Baby Miss Aubree Jo Dahl, and Baby King Memphis Paddie.   

 

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Chopique to perform this weekend

Chopique are one of the most culturally unique groups to play the Many Community Center. They will perform for free on May 11.

History will be made at the Many Community Center on Saturday, May 11, at 7 p.m., thanks to the Music in Many, Many Mayor Ken Freeman, the Many Cultural District Advisory Committee and the Many City Council.

Choupique will be the first Cajun French band to every play their joyful music in Many, and admission to the concert will be absolutely free to everyone.

The Louisiana-based Choupique Cajun Band has been playing together over 19 years. They have recorded three CDs and multiple singles. Choupique has played festivals throughout Louisiana and events all over the US. In 2018, they toured New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, playing Acadian festivals, pubs, and Sainte-Anne University.

 

 

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Peason Ridge tour has another successful outing

Rickey Robertson, General Patrick Frank, and LTC. Jonathan Graebener speak to and answer questions from the Peason Ridge Tour group. (Robertson Collection)

Saturday April 27 was a beautiful spring morning and a great day for the annual Peason Ridge Heritage Tour sponsored by the Joint Readiness Training Center and Fort Polk and the Cultural Resources Section at Fort Polk.

Each year those folks interested in traveling throughout Peason Ridge gather and go and see and visit many of the historical sites , old home sites, and training areas located on this vast area located in Natchitoches, Sabine, and Vernon parishes. The tour is held in an area that is filled with history dating back to the Native Americans, who first settled here, and from the days of the Louisiana Purchase when settlers and homesteaders began to arrive and carve out farms.

 

 

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