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Tue
10
Dec

Many Christmas Parade to draw large crowds

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The Christmas lanterns are hanging on San Antonio Ave.; colorful lights line most of the business awnings and rooftops.
Churches are planning plays, live nativity scenes and community caroling. Homes are being adorned with yard displays,
wreaths and lights. Blow up Santas and snowmen are spotted in neighborhood yards.  
 
Tue
03
Dec

Scrooges unite after “Carol”

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Old friends, Jim Quayhagan, who formerly portrayed Scrooge and then shared the part with Jim Hyde (right) are shown reminiscing about the fun they’ve had in past performances. (Photo by The Sabine Index)
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Tue
03
Dec

Many Christmas Parade dedicated to memory of Rosalind Wright

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Rosalind Wright

The Many Christmas Parade, to be hosted on Saturday, Dec. 14 at 3 p.m., will be dedicated to the memory of Rosalind Wright, according to Gay Corley, parade chairman. Wright, a longtime employee of Many City Hall, died Oct. 26, 2013, following a long battle with lung cancer. She played a key role in revitalizing the annual Christmas parade and activities. Even after she retired, she came back to help with the annual festivities. She was honored to serve as Grand Marshall of the parade in 2002.
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Tue
03
Dec

Kim B. Kendrick arrested for attempted 2nd degree murder

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Kim B. Kendrick aka Kim Lewis.

Kim B. Kendrick, 47, of Logansport was arrested by the Sabine Parish Sheriff’s Dept. on Friday, Nov. 22 after she allegedly shot her husband, Matthew Britt Lewis of Marshall, Texas. Ironically, the incident stemmed from an argument on Tranquilty Lane in Zwolle around 7:36 p.m. The Sabine Parish Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call and responded to the emergency off Hwy. 1215. Upon arrival they found that Matthew B. Lewis had been shot in the face with a .357 revolver. Also responding were North Sabine Fire District First Responders and Med-Express.
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Tue
26
Nov

City to celebrate “12 Days Of Christmas”

The Many Christmas Parade theme this holiday season is “The 12 Days of Christmas” and Gay Corley, parade chairman and her committees have been as busy as elves making plans. Dec. 13 Preceding the “12 Days of Christmas” will be the ArkLaTex Christmas Show, according to coordinator Rod Hopkins. The show will be at the Sabine Theatre on Friday night, Dec. 13. 
 
Tue
26
Nov

Raid: Drug dealers nabbed in Many

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The moon was still in the darkened sky at 5:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 20, but members of the Tri-Parish Narcotics Task Force were already surprising local citizens with arrest warrants. Law enforcement agents from the Sabine Parish Sheriff’s Office, the Louisiana State Police, the United States Drug Enforcement Administration of Shreveport, the Natchitoches
Multijurisdictional Drug Task Force and Many Police gathered several hours earlier at the Sabine Parish Detention
Center for instructions and team assignments, made by Sheriff Ronny Richardson, Chief Deputy John Adair and Randy Murphy.
 
Tue
26
Nov

Vines named 1st runner-up, LRHA Practitioner of the Year

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Family Nurse Practitioner Melissa Vines of Sabine Medical Center’s Rural Health Clinic #1 in Many brought home  accolades to the local healthcare facility recently when she was named first runner-up to Rural Health Professional of the Year. Vines, joined the local clinic in 2007. FNP Melissa Vines Vines is the daughter of Harry and Elaine Branch and  graduated from Negreet High School in 1998. She earned a B.S. in nursing from Louisiana College in Pineville in 2003, and then earned her Master’s degree in nursing, becoming a Family Nurse Practitioner from Northwestern State University in Natchitoches in 2007
 
Tue
19
Nov

Sheriff says officers respond to threat by Malmay

A 27-year-old Noble man is listed in critical condition at LSU Medical Center in Shreveport following a shoot-out in Ebarb with law enforcement officers on Saturday afternoon, Nov. 16. Michael A. Malmay was initially transported to Desoto Regional Hospital in Mansfield by ambulance before being transported to LSU Medical Center following the late afternoon incident, according to the Sabine Parish Sheriff’s Office.

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Tue
19
Nov

President Kennedy: 50 years later

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By Donna Smith Ammons
 
Special Assignments Fifty years ago this Friday, Nov. 22, 2013, the 35th President of the United States, John Fitzgerald Kennedy was gunned down in a motorcade traveling through Dealey Plaza in Dallas. He died a short time later at Parkland Memorial Hospital and entered into history as the fourth president to be assassinated.

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Tue
19
Nov

NSU student killed in one-vehicle accident

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A 20-year-old Northwestern State University student was killed in a one-vehicle accident on Saturday, Nov. 16 around 2:30 a.m. on La. Hwy. 474 near Florien, according to the La. State Police. Deputy Coroner Ron Rivers investigated at the scene. The victim, who was unrestrained, was identified as McKenna Sanders.

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