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Wed
11
Aug

Mary Gore of Toledo Bend Baptist Resort Ministries

Mary Gore of Toledo Bend Baptist Resort Ministries

Mary Gore of Toledo Bend Baptist Resort Ministries, right, is shown presenting a $200 gift card to teacher Aswanya Law of Many Junior High. 

 

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Wed
11
Aug

Humane Society overwhelmed; asks public for adoptions, donations

The Sabine Animal Shelter is experiencing a huge influx of animals at the shelter this month.

Humane Society President Jackie Conyer said much of the problem is caused by people not having their cats and dogs neutered or spayed. Conyer said, “We are getting more kittens and puppies than we’ve ever experienced before. If people would only spay/ neuter, these numbers could be greatly reduced.”

Conyer also said microchipping dogs and cats with owner contact information could reduce the large number of animals ending up at the shelter. The Sabine Animal Shelter will microchip and register animals for only $10 per animal if the owners will bring them in for the microchipping process. Local veterinarians also can microchip animals.

 

 

Wed
11
Aug

Gov. Edwards clarifies mask mandate to top education officials

Gov. Edwards clarifies mask mandate to top education officials

Gov. John Bel Edwards

(The Center Square) – Gov. John Bel Edwards sent a letter Thursday to Louisiana Education Superintendent Cade Brumley to clarify issues relating to the governor’s statewide mask mandate as it applies to children returning to K-12 schools this month.

The clarification comes after Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry provided an optout template to his employees, which Landry then released to the public.

The document was shared on social media and prompted parents and concerned residents on different sides of the issue to contact schools.

 

 

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Wed
04
Aug

Anna Garcie to serve on LDAA Board of Directors

Anna Garcie to serve on LDAA Board of Directors

ADA Section President and LDAA Boardmember Anna Garcie.

The Louisiana District Attorneys Association is pleased to announce that Anna L. Garcie, beginning her second term as the ADA Section President, has been elected as a member of the LDAA Board of Directors. Garcie has been an Assistant District Attorney for the past 24 years in the 11th Judicial District, Sabine Parish, Louisiana.

 

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Wed
04
Aug

Long-time local doctor Liang Sien Oey dies

Long-time local doctor Liang Sien Oey dies

It is with much sadness that we report on the death of long-time Sabine Parish Doctor Liang Sien Oey.

Dr. Liang Sien Oey was born on November 3, 1934 in Jakarta, Indonesia and passed away on July 24, 2021 in Shreveport, Louisiana after a long illness. He is survived by his wife of 44 years, Yvonne Oey.

Dr. Oey attended school at Cromwell College and the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia. He graduated from the University of Munich in West Germany in July 1970. He did research in Thrombonpathy in Renal Failure and received his medical degree in November 1973. He took the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates on January 22, 1975. This was in preparation to come to the United States.

 

 

Wed
04
Aug

COVID-19 cases spike; Gov. Edwards urges caution

(The Center Square) – As COVID-19 cases rise in Louisiana, Gov. John Bel Edwards and the state Department of Health announced numbers of confirmed cases and hospitalizations on Tuesday that haven’t been seen since the beginning of the pandemic last year.

The news comes amid updated state public safety guidance and delegated authorities to local government leaders and school districts regarding mask mandates.

Edwards said 6,797 new COVID-19 cases were reported on Monday, which represents the highest single-day case count since Jan. 6. And 1,390 residents were hospitalized, he said. Only three other single-day hospitalization totals were larger and all of them occurred in March 2020.

“To see this current rise in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations is becoming increasingly scary,” Edwards said.

 

 

Wed
28
Jul

Ryan announced as Many Junior High principal

Ryan announced as Many Junior High principal

Jeremie Ryan

Jeremie Ryan has been named principal of Many Junior High School.

 

 

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Wed
28
Jul

Neighborhood Watch signs installed in Many neighborhoods

Neighborhood Watch signs installed in Many neighborhoods

Many Police Officer Kody Firesheets and trustees from the Detention Center helped install neighborhood watch signs throughout Many neighborhoods.

Neighborhood watch signs have now been installed in neighborhoods throughout the Town of Many.

The signs are a joint effort between the Many Police Department and the Sheriff’s Department to keep the people and homes in Many safer.

The signs are notifications that people are watching their neighborhoods and will immediately report any suspicious activities to the police.

Acts of vandalism, theft, car break-ins, and other illegal activities have prompted the police to ask citizens to be pro-active in their neighborhoods by notifying police if they see anything suspicious.

 

 

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Wed
28
Jul

Sabine High School revitalization report to be revealed to public on August 14

The Twelfth District, Number Three, Association, Inc. has completed a Feasibility Study for the Revitalization of the historic Sabine High School and will host a public program on August 14 in Many, Louisiana to discuss the report’s findings and future development efforts of the project.

Sabine High School, built in 1957, is listed in the National Register of Historic Places for its black heritage and significance of the education of African-Americans in Sabine Parish. The site is listed on the Louisiana Trust for Historic Preservation’s 2020 Most Endangered List.

Wed
21
Jul

Aladdin to screen for free this weekend

Aladdin to screen for free this weekend

Aladdin is the awesome free movie that Movies in Many presents on Saturday, July 24, at the Many Community Center.

Rated PG, it’s a family movie the entire family can enjoy together. Admission is always free, and concessions are only $1 each for theater popcorn and soft drinks. The movie will start promptly at 7 p.m. Theatre doors will open at 6:30.

Aladdin is a 2019 American film produced by Walt Disney Pictures. The plot follows Aladdin, a street urchin, as he falls in love with Princess Jasmine, befrends a wish-granting Genie, and battles the wicked Jafar.

 

 

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