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Wed
04
Jan

Sheriff seeks male subject

The Sabine Parish Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigation Division is trying to identify the individual in the attached photograph. This subject may have information in relation to a theft that occurred in the Bluegill Lane area of Toledo Bend. If you have information on the identity of this individual please contact the SPSO CID at 318-590-9475 or SPSO Dispatch at 318- 256-9241.

 

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Wed
04
Jan

Index offers review of 2016

By Daniel Jones

At the beginning of every New Year, the Sabine Index uses its first two issues to review the previous year and the many stories that have graced its pages. January A number of local youth attended the National Catholic Youth Conference, which is a three-day event for catholic youth across America. The teens from St. Joseph of Zwolle and St. Ann in Ebarb joined over 25,000 other teens. According to the story, there were 91 attendees from Zwolle.

 

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Wed
04
Jan

Boyd slated to speak at Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. observance

The Kings Chapel AMEC pastor and church family cordially invite all to attend the 22nd Annual Martin Luther King Jr. March and celebration on January 16. The march will begin at 10 a.m. at the corner of Martin Luther King Jr. Drive and East Alabama St. Attendees will then march to Kings Chapel AMEC where the program will begin at 11 a.m.

 

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Wed
28
Dec

New CEO takes control of Sabine Medical Center

By Donna Smith Ammons

James Calvin Green, who assumed the CEO position at Sabine Medical Center on November 14, is excited about his new position and has pledged to make a difference in the care received at the local hospital. He has enjoyed a career of 35 years in hospital administration. “I have met many genuine people who reside here and that really makes me want to work hard and make a difference in the community,” he stated.

 

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Wed
28
Dec

Medical Center Pharmacy opens at new location

Excitement crackled through the air as a large number of customers, friends and business leaders joined together at noon on Tuesday, December 20 to witness the ribbon -cutting ceremonies at Medical Center Pharmacy. Located in the former Selma’s Fashions location across from Market Basket, Gewin moved into a spacious area. Using “Minecraft,” Gewin designed his new pharmacy and then used his beloved New Orleans Saints’ décor. “It’s a real joy coming to work everyday,” he stated.

 

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Wed
28
Dec

“We All Need Trees” theme of 2016 Sabine SWCD luncheon

Alan Williams, Vice Chairman offered opening remarks to attendees at the twenty second annual Sabine Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) awards luncheon on December 7. He quickly thanked the sponsor, Bank of Montgomery now called BOM, and Daniel Bennett, Vice President and Commercial Lender at the Many Branch for donating the funds for the awards luncheon. BOM has teamed with us for three years to promote our luncheon. Awards were presented to teacher of the year; 10 poster winners, and their teachers; and to Margie Brown, Sabine SWCD board member and Roy Lee Brown, her husband for the Louisiana Century Farm recognition for the Butler, McInnis and Brown Farm.

 

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Wed
21
Dec

City Hall hosts reception honoring community members

 

The town of Many kicked off, “A Children’s Christmas” at City Hall on Friday December 9 with a reception preceding the parade. Christmas Parade Committee Chairman Gay Corley greeted everyone dressed as Elsa from the movie, “Frozen” and her float was decorated to match. City council, parade committee members, Mayor Ken Freeman and family, and the Burkett family met and greeted the guest who came by and enjoyed food provided by the local restaurants.

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Wed
21
Dec

Tree of Remembrance celebrates 29th year

 

By Daniel Jones, editor

For the past 29 years, Warren Meadows Funeral Home has sponsored a Tree of Remembrance and Scroll of Honor. Grief is a particularly hard emotion to deal with, and those dealing with the emotion during the holiday season following the death of a loved one has a considerably harder time.

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Wed
21
Dec

TBCAC: Continue public access to Toledo Bend

 

If you care about continued public access to America’s #1 bass fishery, please read this article. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) Operating License for Toledo Bend Reservoir, which was approved in August 2014, was revised in April 2015 to require that a Drought Contingency Plan (DCP) be submitted to FERC. That Drought Contingency Plan was due to FERC on December 15.

 

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Wed
14
Dec

Jayden’s Journey

By Daniel Jones

The one thing a parent should hope for the most is the health of their child, but reality means that this is not always the case, as it is with Jayden Manasco, who fought cancer at a young age The young lady was born to Roy and Ann Manasco on January 17, 2012. She was a bounding bundle of energy, much as she is now.

 

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