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Tue
26
Nov
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Emma McElwee named Sabine Parish Rising Star

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Emma McElwee

The Sabine Parish Rising Star in the 2019 Hometown Christmas Parade is 17-year-old Emma Rose McElwee, the second oldest daughter of Melissa and Archie McElwee of Many.

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Wed
20
Nov
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Carhee arrested in Apollo Apartments stabbing death

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Carlos T. Carhee

Carlos T. Carhee, 40, of Many, was arrested by Sabine Parish Sheriff’s Office deputies November 5, after he allegedly stabbed another man to death during an altercation.

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Wed
20
Nov
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The Angel Tree has arrived!

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Community Bank of Louisiana is sponsoring the 2019 Angel Tree for Sabine Parish.

If you truly want to experience the spirit of Christmas, you are invited to stop by the Community Bank of Louisiana lobby located at 795 San Antonio Avenue in Many and adopt an angel.

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Wed
20
Nov
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Lake Level

The elevation of Toledo Bend Reservoir on Monday morning, November 18 was 164.93 mean sea level.

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Wed
20
Nov
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Dr. Sara Ebarb selected as Region VII Louisiana Superintendent of Year nominee

Sabine Parish School Superintendent Dr. Sara P. Ebarb was recently selected as the Region VII Louisiana Superintendent of the Year nominee. She is one of six selected across the state.

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Wed
20
Nov
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Index office to close for Thanksgiving

In order to allow the office of The Sabine Index to close and allow the employees to spend the day with their families, the date of publication must be moved up one day.

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Wed
20
Nov
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Aaron Mitchell elected sheriff, Tidwell to be tax assessor after Satuday’s election

Several hotly contested elections were decided upon by voters around the state and in Sabine Parish.

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Wed
20
Nov
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New Curtis Family Pharmacy sets open house, ribbon-cutting

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John W. Curtis Sr. and his daughter-in-law, Leslie Curtis, a pharmacist, are shown in the new Curtis Family Pharmacy, located across from the shopping center in Many. A grand opening and ribbon-cutting will officially kick-off the new business on Tuesday, November 26 at 11 a.m. The public is invited. (Photo by The Sabine Index)

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A welcoming sign inside the pharmacy makes customers feel right at home and among friends at Curtis Family Pharmacy. (Photo by The Sabine Index)

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Some of the employees eager to serve the public at Curtis Family Pharmacy are shown at the main counter. From left are Gunner Curtis, office manager; Lynsi Newman, Whitney Martinez, Kristie Landry, Laquita Garner and Elizabeth Rivers, pharmacy technicians; MaCayla Miller, clerk; and Pharmacist Leslie Curtis. Not shown are Pharmacist Ronnie Valentine; Pharmacy Technician April Sepulvado; and Clerks Carolyn Gates, Ali Sims and Ivone Farfan. (Photo by The Sabine Index)

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The new Curtis Family Pharmacy, located on the bypass in Many, offers friendly service and a new look to the area. A brick building with special vintage touches makes this new pharmacy appealing. A grand opening and ribbon-cutting will be celebrated on Tuesday, November 26 at 11 a.m. There is plenty of parking and the public is invited. (Photo by The Sabine Index)

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Vintage signs, like this Child Cold & Cough, label the areas of over-the-counter medications and gives Curtis Family Pharmacy an old-fashioned look. (Photo by The Sabine Index)

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Beautiful displays throughout the gift shop area of Curtis Family Pharmacy offers ideas for the holidays or any special occasion. (Photo by The Sabine Index)

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Pharmacist Leslie Curtis stands by a gift display featuring Many Tiger items in her new business, Curtis Family Pharmacy. She offers home décor, lotions, toys, jewelry and much more! (Photo by The Sabine Index)

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Office Manager Gunner Curtis stands by one of the appealing Christmas gift displays in Many’s newest business, Curtis Family Pharmacy. (Photo by The Sabine Index)

A large crowd of family and friends will gather at Curtis Family Pharmacy, located on the bypass, for the official ribbon-cutting and community welcome at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, November

26.

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Wed
13
Nov
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Sabine Prevention Alliance to host two talks on underage drinking prevention

Sabine Prevention Alliance to host two talks on underage drinking prevention

In partnership with the towns of Zwolle and Many, the Sabine Prevention Alliance (SPA) is hosting two “Communities Talk” town hall meetings in December to open a dialog with Sabine Parish residents regarding the issue of underage drinking. The “Communities Talk” are SAMSHA sponsored town hall meetings held throughout the United States and are open to Parents, Teachers, Youth, and all community sectors.

The purpose of the meetings is to increase awareness of the problem and to develop ways of protecting our children and youth from the negative health, legal, educational and social consequences related to underage drinking.

 

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Wed
13
Nov
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Fundraising, research continues for Toledo Bend, Zwolle museum

Fundraising, research continues for Toledo Bend, Zwolle museum

Wanda Williams is shown researching documents for the Toledo Bend/Zwolle Museum

Research for the Toledo Bend/Zwolle Historical Museum will be ongoing for the next year.

Wanda Rivers Williams of the Sabine Parish Tourist Commission, working with assistance from the Sabine River Authority and other volunteers, is learning to compile information on the estimated 200 families on the Louisiana side of Toledo Bend that lost their homes and land for the development of the lake. The Tourist Commission plans to host a Louisiana Down Under Reunion in the spring of 2020 and display the information, plus utilize this research in the displays and illustrations in the museum to honor these families.

 

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