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10
Jan
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January is a month for music lovers

Music lovers need to save the dates for two special music concerts at Music in Many during the month of January.

The Ark-La-Tex Legends Band, a longtime favorite local band, will reunite on Friday, January 19, to pay tribute to its leader Rod Hopkins, who passed away in 2016.

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Wed
03
Jan
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The year 2017 in review: Part one

By Daniel Jones, editor

As a yearly tradition, the Sabine Index uses the first few issues of January to recap the previous year using stories and other information that graced the pages of Sabine Parish’s oldest, continually running business.

 

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Wed
03
Jan
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Martin Luther King Jr to be celebrated

Pastor Louis Smith and the congregation of Kings Chapel AMEC wish to cordially invite you to attend their 21st annual Martin Luther King Jr. March and Celebration on January 15.

The march will begin at 10 a.m. at the corner of MLK and East Alabama street in Many. They will march to Kings Chapel where the program will begin at 11 a.m.

 

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Wed
03
Jan
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Sabine Chapter DAR moves forward in service

The Sabine Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution was organized in February 1959, with Clara Long Knott as organizing regent. Her leadership in DAR influenced many projects and programs in our community. Along with Mrs. Knott, the work of many DAR women has affected our community and our country for the better.

It is the intent of Sabine Chapter to spend the next 60 weeks looking back at contributions the DAR has made to our community as well as our state, country, and around the world. We will tell the stories of our Patriots, look back at interesting events and awards presented through the years, and we will share more about the volunteer efforts of Today’s DAR.

 

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Wed
03
Jan
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Lake association announces 2018-19 gun raffle

By Ramona Moore

The Toledo Bend Lake Association (TBLA) is pleased to announce the Fifty-Two Gun Raffle for 2018-19.

These guns are comprised of only shotguns and rifles. Only 1,000 tickets will be sold, and all tickets will be eligible for all 52 drawings. Two tickets will be drawn at the TBLA Bass Unlimited Banquet held on April 20

 

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Wed
27
Dec
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AJ Carter to become Arizona State Sun Devil

By Daniel Jones, editor

After a whirlwind recruiting season that never seemed to end, AJ Carter has made his final decision and signed his National Letter of Intent to play with the Arizona State Sun Devils on December 20.

During his four years with the Many Tigers, Carter has amassed a massive amount of yardage and touchdowns, while serving as a role model to younger players and fans alike.

 

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Wed
27
Dec
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Rutherford to play softball at LSUA

By Donna Dyson-Horn

Good news hit Florien High School about fellow student RyLeigh Rutherford, that she had signed up to continue her dream of playing softball, this time with LSUA. RyLeigh is the 17-year-old daughter of Ryan and Shelly Rutherford of Florien. She will graduate in 2018 from FHS and will attend LSUA in the Fall of 2018. RyLeigh will graduate with a 4.0

I wanted to know what made RyLeigh play softball in the first place. Well, she has been playing ball since she was five years old. She played two years of t-ball and one year of pitching machine with the boys. She was the only girl all three years to be chosen to play All-Stars. She would hang her bag in her own dugout, but it was RyLeigh who would show those boys up on the field.

 

Wed
27
Dec
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Williams enjoys education, service, recreation opportunities at 4-H Congress

Thirty-four teens represented Louisiana at the annual National 4-H Congress, along with more than 1,000 other delegates from throughout the United States and its territories, in Atlanta during the Thanksgiving weekend.

Activities at Congress included team-building workshops, informative sessions, a restaurant lunch and an evening of culture at the Atlanta History Museum. Highlights of the museum visit included a catered dinner, a comedy performance, bluegrass music and an African dance performance, said Tanya Giroir, LSU AgCenter youth development instructor and events coordinator.

 

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Wed
20
Dec

AJ Carter to play for Arizona State

After a long line of important decisions to be made, Many Tiger running back AJ Carter, seated, signed his letter of intent to play Pac-12 footballfor Herm Edwards and the Arizona State Sun Devils following his high school graduation in May.  Shown alongside the newest Sun Devil is Coach Jess Curtis, who coached Carter throughout his entire high school football career.  

For the full story, please pick up the December 27 edition of The Sabine Index.

Wed
20
Dec
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Jeter murder under investigation

By Daniel Jones, editor

Details are sketchy in last week’s murder of Adam Lloyd Jeter, 34, of Zwolle.

On December 15, he was found dead inside his vehicle, which was left in a cow pasture off of Patterson Road, according to Sabine Parish Deputy Coroner Ron Rivers. He was shot multiple times.

 

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