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Early voting dates announced

Early Voting dates for the October 12, election will be held beginning Saturday, September 28 through Saturday, October 5. Hours for early voting will be 8:30 a.m. until 6 p.m. each day.

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Zwolle Dixie Youth banquet to be held

Zwolle Dixie Youth will hold their 21st Annual Banquet on Friday, September 20 at

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Good ole time promised in Marthaville this weekend

This weekend is the 27th annual Marthaville Good Ole Days festival, which has become one of the area’s most beloved hometown gatherings.

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Gordon sworn in; Negreet school recognized

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Genevieve Gordon was sworn into office as Ward 4 – District 5 School Board Member at the Regular Board Meeting on Monday, September 9. Tammy Foster, Sabine Parish Clerk of Court, administered the Oath of Office to Gordon while Allen Gordon holds the Bible and Denison and Sawyer Morgan look on.

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The Outstanding School Support Employees of Negreet School were recognized at the Board Meeting on September. Pictured from left are Clint Anderson, Dr. Leah Byles, Kandie Beasley, Principal, Chad Crow, and Debra LaBorde.

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Vibrant new City Bank logo design signifies trust, passion and integrity

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The Many branch’s employees are pictured. On the front are Kristy Miller and Jamie Vincent. On the back row are Tiffany Carnline, Tanya Peterson, Laura Fredieu, and Pam Meshell.

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City Bank & Trust Company has an exciting new look. Their previous logo, which served for over 30 years, is being retired. In its place is a fresh, updated City Bank logo that includes vibrant new colors.

The rich navy blue signifies trust and integrity while the deep red embodies the passion and energy City Bank provides to its customers and the community.

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Richelle Dorris’s 2019 Tamale Fiesta poster unveiled

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Recently, the design for the official 2019 Tamale Fiesta poster was unveiled to much fanfare at the fiesta building.

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“Music in Many” receives grant

Many Mayor Ken Freeman announced that the Town of Many’s ‘Music in Many’ program has received a generous grant from the Shreveport Regional Arts Council for the 2019-2020 season.

The grant is for $2,854.00 and to the Cultural District of Many.

Mary Brocato, chairperson of the Many Cultural District Advisory Committee, was excited to get the good news.

 

 

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Constitution Week proclaimed in Sabine Parish

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Mayor Ken Freeman signed a proclamation recently naming the week of September 17-23 as Constitution Week in Sabine Parish. The Daughters of the American Revolution spearhead the observance every year and asks local citizens to reaffirm the ideals the framers of the Constitution had in 1787 by vigilantly protecting the freedoms guaranteed to us through this guardian of our liberties. 

 

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Corrales String Quartet set for Saturday night concert

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Corrales String Quartet

Many music lovers will have the opportunity to listen to a different kind of music Saturday night, September 14, at the Many Community Center.

Music in Many is presenting ‘An Evening of Classical Music’ with the Corrales String Quartet from Northwestern State University.

“And we have even more good news. This concert is absolutely free! Thanks to a generous grant from the Shreveport Regional Arts Council, we are able to offer this splendid evening of music without it costing the audience one cent,” said Mary Key Brocato, chairperson of the Many Cultural District Cultural Advisory Committee.

 

 

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Preparations underway for “Stash Your Trash” Bash

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John and Jude Jenkins, ages four and six, eagerly picked up litter along their road east of Ft. Jessup, so they could follow in the example set by their grandparents who have adopted a road by the lake where they pick up litter on a monthly basis.

The Sabine Parish Leaders Against Litter Committee is preparing for the third annual fall, parish wide “Stash Your Trash” Bash on Saturday, September 21. Volunteers from civic and other groups such as fishing teams, hunting clubs and deer leases, churches and their Youth Groups, 4-H and other school groups along with individuals are needed to work with zone managers around the parish to pick up as much roadside litter as possible. The event will be from 8:00 a.m. until noon on the third Saturday of September.

Recently, John and Jude Jenkins (ages 6 & 4), whose parents are Hollie and Buzz Jenkins, picked up trash along Big N Road, east of Fort Jessup. They told their Dad they “wanted to be good citizens like Pop & Nanny” (Winston & Paula Hodge) who pick up trash along Highway 1215 every month. Thank you to the Hodges for being good examples for their grandchildren to follow in respecting our environment.

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