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Wed
10
Feb

P & K One Stop officially opens

New owners of P & K One Stop, Pat and Lana Sandel of Many, are shown snipping the ribbon to begin the celebration on Friday, February 6. Shown are Diana Anthony, Chamber President Kyle Martinez holding the ribbon, Charlotte Miller of MidSouth Bank, Linda Webb of Mid- South Bank, Randy Sandel, Pat Sandel, Mona Sandel, Lana Sandel, Lance Rivers of Sabine State Bank, Daniel Bennett of Bank of Montgomery and Kenneth Ammons, executive director of the Sabine Parish Chamber of Commerce.

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Wed
10
Feb

Salter continues to make headlines

(Editor’s Note: We are happy to run this story written by Traci Moyer, a writer for The News Leader, which covers news in Staunton, Waynesboro and Augusta counties, Virginia. The original photo was taken by Griffin Moores of The News Leader. Many thanks to Lorene Jones of Many for seeing that The Sabine Index received this story. The story in its entirety follows.) This year James Q, Salter is celebrating his 90th Christmas. But an early Christmas present Salter received in November is Louisiana.

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Wed
10
Feb

Choctaw-Apache Tribe sets Bass Bash Tournment

The Choctaw-Apache Bass Bash Tournament has been set for Saturday, February 27 at North Toledo Bend State Park out of Zwolle on the number one bass lake in the United States, Toledo Bend. The one-day event is a team tournament with a $50 entry fee. Weigh-in is at 3 p.m. Trailering is allowed.

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Wed
10
Feb

Public Service Commission votes to protect Cleco employees

Despite objections by attorneys representing Cleco, the LPSC voted 3-2, at a commission business and executive session meeting, to adopt a service quality program for Cleco. Such a measure insures the current level of Cleco employs (approximately 1,200) will remain even if the proposed sale is not approved by the commission later this month.

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Wed
03
Feb

Alzheimer’s, dementia support group to be held

There will be an alzheimer’s and dementia support group, hosted by Many Healthcare North and Natchitoches Regional Medical Center Behavioral Services, on Tuesday, February 9 from 5:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.

 

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Wed
03
Feb

Tiger band honored; will perform in Chicago

The Many High School Band has received an important honor and will be traveling to Chicago in March, as one of four bands in the United States selected to perform at a nationally acclaimed music festival.

 

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Wed
03
Feb

Scholarship created to honor notable Converse softball player

It was supposed to be a surprise 50th birthday gift, but the creation of the Ginger Craig Softball Scholarship at Northwestern State instead is a tribute to precious parents and a gesture of thanks for a life-changing opportunity. A Converse native and career Red River Parish educator since ending one of the most remarkable careers in Lady Demon softball history in 1988, N-Club Hall of Fame member Ginger Craig is following through on the plans of her mother and best friend.

 

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Wed
03
Feb

Life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. celebrated

By Daniel Jones

Monday, January 18 was a joyous day for a large congregation of people, who came together in celebration of the life of noted civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. This is the 21st year for the celebration, which has grown year-by-year into a huge celebration with live musicians, a choir made up entirely of children, and multiple praise groups.

 

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Wed
27
Jan

Kidnapping puts two in federal custody

Two men are currently in federal custody in connection with the New Year’s Eve kidnapping of a child in Zwolle. Gary D. Cutright, 21, of Zwolle and Quannell T. Newton, 31, of Many were arrested on December 31 on warrants that included charges of alleged conspiracy to commit kidnapping. A grand jury in January brought these two men and Cory Carnell Mitchell, 27, of Teneha, Texas, official charges of conspiracy to commit kidnapping, kidnapping, and possession of a firearm during a violent crime.

 

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Wed
27
Jan

Jodi Cook earns Chevy Cruze for outstanding performance with Mary Kay

Mary Kay Independent Sales Director Jodi Cook has earned a new Chevy Cruze as a result of her outstanding achievements in her Mary Kay business. She took delivery of the new Chevy Cruze, her first Mary Kay career car, at Foy Motors in Many. Mary Kay independent sales force members earn the use of a career car by meeting or exceeding goals set within their Mary Kay businesses.

 

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