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Motorcyclist dies following collision at Toledo Town

A 64-year-old Zwolle motorcyclist was killed late Wednesday morning, April 30 shortly after 11 a.m., according to Deputy  Coroner Ron Rivers. Jimmy V. Morvan, who was riding a 1994 Harley Davidson motorcycle was traveling eastbound
on La. Hwy. 6 when a 2013 Dodge Charger traveling west made a left hand turn in front of him into Toledo Town car wash 
 
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Sabine Parish celebrates National Day of Prayer

The National Day of Prayer is always a welcome observance in Sabine Parish, and this year’s dual services held at  Converse City Hall and several places in Many on Thursday, May 1 is no different. Converse began the day of prayer promptly at 9 a.m. 
 
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March for Babies draws huge crowd

The Ambassador Team, Jayce’s Journey, marched in the March of Dimes March for Babies on Saturday, May 3. The team sponsored by the Monte and Kristy Knippers family of Florien, was in honor of one-year-old Jace Alan, who died in May 2007 from necrotizing enterocolitis from being born prematurely.
 
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Mallory walks a mile at fundraiser

Mallory Martone, right, clasps hands with her mother, Pam, as they begin their trek around the MHS track Saturday morning,
April 26. Mallory’s Miracle Walk was hosted as a fundraiser to help others who suffer from brain injuries
 
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Bassmaster Elite, other events mean busy week for Sabine

The Bassmaster Elite series will make a triumphant return to Toledo Bend on May 1-4, and will bring with it the top anglers
in the world to compete for one of professional fishing’s top prizes 
 
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Local pastor portrays Jesus on Good Friday

The Rev. Daniel Lowe of Many’s Nazarene Church is shown in his traditional role on Good Friday, April 18. Lowe carries a heavy wooden cross up and down the streets, portraying Jesus. His labor of love is a meaningful symbol of the Easter holiday and a reminder that Jesus died on the cross for our sins and was resurrected.

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Toledo Bend Lake to host Bassmaster Elite Tourney

B.A.S.S., the world’s largest fishing organization, will host the Evan Williams Bourbon Bassmaster Elite at Toledo Bend, May 1 – 4, in Many. This event marks the 14th time B.A.S.S. has held a professional tournament on Toledo Bend and is the fourth of nine Bassmaster Elite Series professional bass fishing tournaments scheduled in 2014.

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Lack of bathroom facilities addressed at SPPJ meeting

By DANIEL GREEN Editor.
 
Danny Wells, a consultant forester, addressed the members of the Sabine Parish Police Jury at its most recent meetings about the lack of restroom facilities at the parish’s 19 solid waste box sites. Wells, with a yellow five-gallon bucket in hand, spoke to the jury about how embarrassed he was for the men who have to use the bathroom at these sites, stating that they had to use a five-gallon bucket to relieve themselves.

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Pedestrian killed Sunday afternoon near Florien

A 32-year-old Florien woman, who was walking near the  edge of La. Hwy. 474, west of US Hwy 171 near the Florien city 
limits, was killed around 1:40 p.m. Sunday, April 13, according to Deputy Coroner Ron Rivers
 
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Bank of Montgomery holds grand opening

When looking for a location to open its sixth Bank of Montgomery branch, President and CEO Ken Hale didn’t have to look very far to find a community he wanted to serve. “Many is a really great community and we really feel at home here,” Hale said at the grand opening ceremonies last Friday at the Many branch, which is locatedon U.S. 171. “It can sometimes be  hard to break into a small community, but the people here in Many have been so accepting. It’s almost like we’ve
been here forever.”
 

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