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Before the Homecoming game on October 5, Many businessman John Curtis received a great honor. The field where the Many Tigers play will now be known as the John Curtis Many Tigers Stadium. In this photo, Curtis, is seen with numerous members of his family and school board including... + continue reading
Wednesday, October 10, 2018
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Bank of Montgomery’s Linda Guay and Debra Funderburk attended the Sabine Council on Aging Fall Festival in Zwolle. The Rev. Wilton Anthony was awarded the Oldest Working Citizen of  Sabine Parish for 2018. He is pastor at Siloam Baptist Church.   To read more please... + continue reading
Wednesday, October 10, 2018
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Boater Joe Beebee of The Woodlands, Texas, won the T-H Marine FLW Bass Fishing League (BFL) Cowboy Division tournament on Toledo Bend Lake Sunday with a two-day cumulative catch of 10 bass weighing 27 pounds, 14 ounces. For his win, Beebee netted $5,632. Beebee spent the event fishing in Housen... + continue reading
Wednesday, October 10, 2018
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By Daniel Jones The Many Tigers put on quite a show for the numerous fans returning home for Homecoming by completely routing the Bunkie Panthers 61-0 in district play. Before the game started, a ceremony officially changed the name of the Tigers’ playing grounds to John Curtis Tiger Stadium... + continue reading
Wednesday, October 10, 2018
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City Bank donated Gatorade to the Many High School Football team. We are happy to support our local Tigers and wish them a great season! Pictured are City Bank employees Pam Meshell and Kristy Miller with MHS Tigers Tavier William, Josh Carroll, and Beau Ross.   To read more... + continue reading

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10/10/2018
By Donna Smith Ammons Recently, someone asked me about hubby-dear’s Jeep. They wanted to know why we call him “Smitty.” Smitty was my father’s nickname when he was in the Marine Corps. A likely nickname, since his last name was Smith. My Dad died in 1975 after a six-month battle with lung... + continue reading
10/10/2018
By Pete Abington GOOD STORY Appearing in the JT column of the Natchitoches Times last week there was a good story about a group of men all relaxing getting ready for the car show that was about to occur in Natchitoches. Some of those men consisted of Barry Guillet and Gary DeBileux. It... + continue reading

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Before the Homecoming game on October 5, Many businessman John Curtis received a great honor. The field where the Many Tigers play will now be known as the John Curtis Many Tigers Stadium. In this photo, Curtis, is seen with numerous members of his family and school board including... + continue reading
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A campaign kick-off and fundraising dinner for Sabine Sheriff Ronny Richardson was held on Thursday evening, September 20 at the Many VFW Hall. Several dignitaries and area law enforcement officers were present. The crowd enjoyed a delicious pork loin dinner, door prizes and entertainment provided... + continue reading
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Skyler Ezernack has been named Queen of this year’s Tamale Fiesta.  She is the 19-year-old daughter of Evan and Renee’ Ezernack.  Skyler is a 2017 graduate of Zwolle High School, where she was captain of the cheerleading team and active in many clubs including FFCLA, SADD, and BETA.... + continue reading

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City Bank donated Gatorade to the Many High School Football team. We are happy to support our local Tigers and wish them a great season! Pictured are City Bank employees Pam Meshell and Kristy... + continue reading

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By Pete Abington GOOD STORY Appearing in the JT column of the Natchitoches Times last week there was a good story about a group of men all relaxing getting ready for the car show that was... + continue reading

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Bank of Montgomery’s Linda Guay and Debra Funderburk attended the Sabine Council on Aging Fall Festival in Zwolle. The Rev. Wilton Anthony was awarded the Oldest Working Citizen of ... + continue reading