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Operation GRITS campaign underway

PLW Integra Insurance is thrilled to have been selected as an official partner with Operation GRITS, and is collecting items for “With Love from Lou-siana” care packages to be sent to troops overseas this summer.

Operation GRITS is a project comprised of volunteers from Texas to Georgia. Some of the participants are military veterans, parents, and spouses of active and retired military, while some have no military connection other than a love of country. What brings them together is the care and concern for soldiers as they serve overseas, far from family and friends.

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Art competition set for 2018 Tiger football programs

An art competition is currently underway to decide the cover of this year’s Many Tiger football program cover.

The winner will receive bra-ging rights, along with their picture and congratulations in program. A panel of three diehard Tiger fans will pick the winner.

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West La. Veterans Park plans Memorial Day services

The directors of the West Louisiana Veterans Memorial Park and the members of the Disabled American Veterans Chapter 21 extend an invitation to everyone to attend Memorial Day services at 11 a.m. on Monday, May 28 at the DAV Chapter Home on Highway 191.

World War II veteran J.A. Mahaffey and La. Veterans Service Officer Pam Russell are scheduled as guest speakers.

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Sabine Valley’s Gray elected to student body presidents’ council

The Sabine Valley Campus of Central Louisiana Technical Community College held elections for its 2018-2019 Student Government Association officers on April 24. Elected as president of Sabine Valley campus was Jeremy Gray, who is enrolled in the welding program

Gray attended his first meeting with the Louisiana Council of Student Body Presidents (COSBP) in Baton Rouge in early May. COSBP is a student council formed to promote communication between all of the college systems in Louisiana, including LSU, UL, SU, and LCTCS to further educational interests and needs and to support the higher education community. During this meeting Gray was able to meet Governor John Bel Edwards and LCTCS President Dr. Monty Sullivan.

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Tarkearia Seastrunk commits to BPCC

By Daniel Jones, editor

Many High School Lady Tiger Tarkearia Seastrunk has chosen to continue both her scholastic and athletic careers at Bossier Parish Community College as their newest Cavalier.

“Tarkearia is an amazing player,” said Coach Sonya Dubois. “She stepped up this year and shown great leadership. She’s going to need it because competition gets harder at the next level.”

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Hawks named runners-up after heartbreaking final

By Daniel Jones, editor

 

An absolute heartbreaker is the only way to describe the LHSAA Class B finals as it pertains to the Zwolle Hawks, who were chasing their first state championship. The final against Oak Hill began as a pitchers’ duel, with Zwolle first opening the scoring at the top of the third inning after Christian Howard got on board and then Britt, who would eventually steal third before being left on third. Oak Hill came back in the bottom of the third with a lead off single, but saw the Hawks defense work out of a tough situation for no runs to score.

It was the bottom of the fourth where things got tougher for the Hawks when an error allowed a runner to reach first. Another single saw Oak Hill put two base runners on with no outs. A few batters later and the Rams had a 3-1 lead. They would score two more in the bottom of the fifth.

 

 

Wed
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May
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Gage Lites, Aubrey Sepulvado named Mr. and Miss MHS

The Lites and Sepulvado families are extremely proud to announce Many High School’s 2017-2018 Mr. and Miss MHS, Gage Lites and Aubrey Sepulvado. Gage is the 18-year-old son of Donna and Scott Lites. Throughout his tenure at Many High School, Gage participated in literary rally, the quiz bowl team, and FFA.

 

Gage was a proud member of the Many Tiger football team at center for three years and left tackle in his senior year. He was named to the LHSAA All-State Academic Football team with a GPA of 4.0. He was honored to be voted “Most Likely to Succeed” by his classmates. Gage graduated Summa Cum Laude from Many High School and will attend Louisiana Tech University in Ruston to pursue a degree in Chemical Engineering.

 

 

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Sabine Medical Center welcomes new physicians

Two new physicians, both who practice Internal Medicine have joined the medical staff of Sabine Medical Center, according to CEO Calvin Green. The new physicians came on board on March and have both settled into seeing patients at the Rural Health Clinics

 

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Wed
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Local graduation dates, times given

Throughout Sabineland, local seniors are ready to walk down the aisle and leave their high schools behind and enter the next phase of their life.

Schools have scheduled their commencement ceremonies for the following times:

On May 8, Florien High School and Zwolle High School will hold their commencement ceremonies at 7 p.m.

 

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Excitement builds as Zwolle plans for 120th anniversary

Zwolle Mayor G.J. “Pie” Martinez, Town Council, and the Anniversary Committee are busy preparing for the town’s anniversary on June 9 at 1 p.m. The Town of Zwolle received its Official Charter on June 12, 1898. City Officials will dedicate two bronze historical markers honoring Zwolle’s Kansas City Southern Railroad Depot (c. 1914) and the Old Zwolle Jail (c. 1909).

The area destined to become Zwolle was settled by Native American, Spanish, and French families more than a century and a half before the arrival of the railroad in 1896. This area was called Vallecillo, which is Spanish meaning “the little valley.”

 

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