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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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Florien Ag plans annual sale

These two Florien students prepare one of many items to be sold at their annual Mother’s Day Plant Sale, which will take place on Friday and Saturday, May 11-12.

 

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Preschoolers reaching reading milestones via library

Jonah and Joel Glaser are the sons of Brady and Brittney Glaser of Florien. See more awesome readers on page 2

 

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Freeman wins FLW Cowboy Division event

ngler Glen Freeman of Zwolle caught a five-basslimit weighing 24 pounds, 12 ounces, on April 21 to win the T-H Ma-rine FLW Bass Fishing League (BFL) Cowboy Division event on Toledo Bend Lake. For his eforts, Freeman took home $6,895.“I concentrated on points where the bass were moving up and feeding at certain times of the day. You just had to be there at the right time,” said Freeman, who is now tied for second on the All-Time BFL wins list with 10 career wins in BFL competition. “I was on the north end of the lake, sitting in 5 to 6 feet of water and throw-ing to 2 to 3 feet. I had 9 or 10 points and just rotated through them.”

 

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“True Grit” screening to honor law enforcement, firefighters, responders

As a thank you to the city police officers throughout Sabine Parish, deputies and officers of Sabine Parish Sheriff’s department, state troopers and first responders, Movies in Many invites you to be their special guests at the movie True Grit at the Many Community Center on May 5. Concessions to you and your family are free with identification as our way of saying thank you for your service. John Wayne fans will be happy that “True Grit,” one of the actor’s greatest films, will be the feature film at the Many Community Center on Saturday, May 5 starting at 7 p.m. A classic western story of the good guys against the bad guys, it is sure to please everyone in the family who sees this film.

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Sold out crowd enjoys Bass Unlimited banquet

The banquet capped off a perfect evening to be on Toledo Bend.

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Brandy Roberts sets return performance

Many Community Center on Saturday, April 28.

There’ll be a whole lotta shakin’ going on starting at 7 p.m. when nationally known entertainer Brandy Roberts performs his tribute show to singer Jerry Lee Lewis.

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Many Band offers two upcoming concerts

Fans of the Many High School Band will have two chances to hear the award winning “Pride of Many” band in May.

On Tuesday, May 1, the sixth, seventh, and eighth grade band and the High School Band will perform their annual “Spring Concert.” The concert will be at 6:30 p.m. in the Many High School Gym. Admission is free, but donations will be accepted.

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Ribbon cut on El Camino Real’s Lobanillo Swales

Over 140 people stood at the Lobanillo Swales on the El Camino Real de los Tejas on Monday, April 16 and many could visualize the traffic that began traveling the route over 400 years ago. First were the buffalo and Indian tribes that roamed the land here for thousands of years. The Indians traveled the route even before they had horses. In the 1600s, Spaniards claimed the land and named it Tejas after the Caddo meaning friend.

The Swales were discovered several years ago by Jeff Williams, a professor at Stephen F. Austin University. The National El Camino Real de los Tejas Association raised money to purchase the land with the assistance of Judge Darrell Melton of Sabine County. Serving on the 16 member board at that time were Chief Rufus Davis of the Adai Caddo Tribe, Linda Curtis-Sparks, Director of the Sabine Parish Tourist Commission, Duke Lyons of San Augustine, Christopher Talbot of Nacogdoches, and 12 additional board members.

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