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Bank of Montgomery breaks ground on new facility

Dr. Ray L. Barnhill and wife, Claire, of Paris, France, center and at right, are shown with her cousin, Bertrand, participating in the Sunday, Jan. 11 “Great March Against Terrorism” in the streets of Paris, along with almost four million others.

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Bank of Montgomery breaks ground on new facility

By Daniel Jones, editor
 
The Bank of Montgomery celebrated a groundbreaking on the new Many location of their bank on Jan. 14 to much fanfare. Much was said of the new bank, which only recently ventured into Sabine Parish, but has received tremendous response in the small amount of time.

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Wed
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Zwolle implements new water meter system

The Mayor and Council of the Town of Zwolle is pleased to inform the citizens that a new meter system is going to be installed in the Town of Zwolle beginning the first of February and will take approximately 90 days to complete. The Meters will be installed in different parts of the Town each week. If you have a note on your door then your area will be having your meter changed out the following week and will also have a cut-off valve installed that you will be able to turn your water off in the event of a leak. After this system is fully operational you will notice that nobody from the town will be coming by each month to read your meter anymore. The system that is being installed will allow us to get your readings from within the Water Department Office.

Wed
14
Jan
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Former Index editor passes

 Larry Morris of Carson, CA. died on Jan. 4 at Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center Torrance. Morris was a former editor of The Sabine Index and spent several years in the editor’s chair before he and his wife, Alma, moved back to California. The couple always came by the office when they visited relatives in Sabine Parish.
 
Wed
14
Jan
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Northwest LTC Sabine Valley expands medical programs

 Due to demand from employers and student interest, Northwest LTC is expanding its medical offerings to citizens of Sabine Parish. “We are thrilled to expand the medical offerings we have here at Northwest LTC,” stated Laurie Morrow, Campus Dean. “We will actually be doubling our class size in Health Occupations.” “The Patient Care Technician (PCT) certificate program prepares individuals for a variety of job opportunities in the health occupations areas and is generated to meet the 
need for cross training of employees in healthcare facilities,” she explained.
 
Wed
14
Jan
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Burkett begins sixth term as D.A.

 The Assistant District Attorneys after being sworn in, Ronald Brandon, Richard DeVargas, Justice Scott Creighton, Anna Garcie, Russell Busby, and District Attorney Don Burkett. 
 
Wed
07
Jan
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Burkett to be sworn in for record sixth term

Don M. Burkett will be sworn in for his sixth term as District Attorney on Friday,  Jan. 9 at 2 p.m. at the District Attorney’s office at 495 S. Capitol Street in Many. His new term begins Jan. 12, 2015. Also being sworn in are Assistant District Attorneys
Ronald D. Brandon, Anna L. Garcie, Russell L. Busby and Richard E. DeVargas.
 
Wed
07
Jan
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Jeter wins World’s Largest Christmas Stocking

Kae and Tommy Jeter of Zwolle were the winners of this year’s World’s Largest Christmas Stocking contest, which was sponsored by The Sabine Index and a number of local businesses throughout Sabine Parish.
 
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Families enjoy Christmas film at community center

Santa Claus paid a visit to the Many Community Center on Tuesday night before Christmas. Almost 200 children and their
families were there to see The Polar Express, a gift from the Town of Many and the Many Cultural District. Their visit from Santa was a big surprise.
 
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Many’s Christmas on Main introduced as holiday event

The first annual Christmas on Main was hosted in Many on Friday night, Dec. 19, introducing a new Christmas event to be enjoyed by local citizens. The weather outside was frightful (rainy and cold), but the greetings were so delightful (Merry Christmas!) and since we had no place to go…except to wrap presents with pretty bows
 

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