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Wed
16
Apr

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
 
Wed
16
Apr

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.”
 
Wed
09
Apr

Martinez inducted into Sabine Hall of Fame

Zwolle Mayor G.J. “Pie” Martinez was officially inducted into the Sabine Hall of Fame Tuesday night, April 1 at the annual banquet, hosted by the committee. He is the 17th inductee to be honored in the parish. Preceding Martinez as members were T.D. Nichols, 1998; Judge John S. Pickett Jr., 1999; Rogers P. Loupe, 2000; Samuel Cross, 2001; W.E. “Boots” Hayes, 2002; Catherine Vines Davis, 2003; James Q. Salter, 2004; Gerald A. Beasley, 2005; Raymond Barnhill, 2006; Cecil Brumley, 2007; Iva Lea Meshell, 2008; Dollie Knippers, 2009; Jan Crews Varnado, 2010; Leonard “Pete” Abington, 2011; Bobby Williams, 2012; and Robert Gentry, 2013
 
Wed
09
Apr

Artist’s original artwork and first poster kick off TBLA Bass Unlimited fundraising

Artist Ron Kidwell’s poster, “Willie Catchim,” is already a hit among Bass Unlimited poster collectors and the general public. His original artwork from which the poster was created and the poster numbered one sold for big bucks at the Poster Unveiling and Auction held last Thursday evening, April 3 at Wildwood Resort
 
Wed
02
Apr

Storm creates damage in Sabine

Winds estimated up to 80 m.p.h. and heavy rains combined for a severe storm which swept through Sabine Parish at 8:30
p.m. Friday night, March 28. The ground was already saturated by rains during the week and when the heavy winds hit, many pines just toppled over. 
 
Wed
02
Apr

Battle of Pleasant Hill to celebrate 150th anniversary

The newly-crowned Battle of Pleasant Hill Queen Shyla Holton, center, is pictured above with several members of the committee. From left are Miss Battle of Pleasant Hill 2013 Courtney Yelverton; Alisa Yelverton, Mary Ligon
 
Wed
26
Mar

Iberia Clinic issued zoning variance

The Iberia Health Clinic applied for and was issued a zoning variance at 1050 North Robinson in Many at the most recent meeting of the town council. By a vote of 4-1, the special exception zoning variance passed. According to the special 
exception use clause, within an R-1 residential district, a zoning variance may grant an exception to allow for the construction of a hospital or medical facility. 
 
 
Wed
26
Mar

Iberia Clinic issued zoning variance

The Iberia Health Clinic applied for and was issued a zoning variance at 1050 North Robinson in Many at the most recent meeting of the town council. By a vote of 4-1, the special exception zoning variance passed. According to the special 
exception use clause, within an R-1 residential district, a zoning variance may grant an exception to allow for the construction of a hospital or medical facility. 
 
 
Wed
26
Mar

Achievement Award to be presented to Larry Arthur, Ph.D.

The Sabine Hall of Fame’s Achievement Award, presented to a native of Sabine Parish who has distinguished himself in
his career and community, will be awarded to Larry O. Arthur, Ph.D. of Frederick, Md. on Tuesday night, April 1 at the annual
banquet. 
 
Wed
26
Mar

Sabine deputies raid organized dogfighting event

On Saturday, March 22, Sabine Parish Sheriff’s Office deputies, along with deputies from the DeSoto Parish Sheriff’s Office, made several arrests in Sabine Parish after raiding an organized dogfighting event near Hicks Lane off of La. 175. 
 

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