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Friday, December 2, 2022
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It was with great elation that I discovered the release of the new book “Fort Jesup – A History” by local historian and Many High School band director Scott Debose.I’ve known Scott DeBose as long as I’ve known pretty much anyone, from attending church together as... + continue reading
Many High Band prepared for Christmas concerts on Dec. 1, 6
Wednesday, November 30, 2022
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Fans of the Many Band will have two chances to hear the Many Band this Christmas Season. On Thursday December 1st at 6:30 pm the band will host its annual “Community Concert” at the Many Community Center/Sabine Theater. This concert will feature the 7th-12th grade Concert Band... + continue reading
Veterans Park Rededicated

Larry Alford receives the DAR Community Service Award from Sabine Chapter Regent Katie Lombardino.

Wednesday, November 30, 2022
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The Sabine Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution hosted the rededication of the Veterans Park in Many at 2:00 pm on November 11. Despite the rainy conditions, a crowd gathered to the welcoming sound of live music in the Park located on Mississippi Street.Mrs. Katie Lombardino, Sabine Chapter... + continue reading
Sen. Louie Bernard to serve as Many Christmas Parade Grand Marshal

Sen. Louie Bernard

Tuesday, November 22, 2022
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This year’s Many Christmas Parade and Festival is pleased to announce that Louisiana Senator Louie Bernard will serve as this year’s grand marshal. The parade is set to roll on Sunday, Dec. 11 with the parade at 3 p.m. and the festival at the Sabine Parish Fairgrounds from 7 p.m.... + continue reading
Weyerhaeuser supports local schools, organizations through multiple grants

Zwolle High School softball received a grant totaling $6,700 to help with the purchase of stadium upgrades and maintenance. (Photo by Daniel Jones/Index)

Wednesday, November 16, 2022
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November 9 was a wonderful day for numerous Sabine Parish school programs and organizations that received almost $60,000 in grants from Weyerhaeuser of Zwolle, which has turned their annual awards ceremony into an early holiday tradition of sorts.Zwolle Mill Operations Manager Anthony Ebarb was on... + continue reading

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I.D. Bostian has been named the Honorary Grand Marshal of the Many Christmas Parade Mr. I.D. turned 96 years old this January. He was married to Mrs. Betty for 74 years. Together they had two children; Cheryl and Randy. He is also a grandfather, great grandfather and great-great grandfather.He... + continue reading
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Ask Rusty – For Some Simple Guidance About MedicareDear Rusty: I’m nearing 68 years old, have never signed up for Medicare but thinking that I should look into it. I’m currently covered by my wife’s health insurance through her employer. I would greatly appreciate some... + continue reading

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Zwolle-Ebarb VFW #5187 donates to SCOA food pantry

Zwolle-Ebarb VFW Post 5187 recently donated much-needed canned goods and other non-perishable foods to the Sabine Council on Aging’s Food Pantry. Pictured from left are Keith Gibson, Jackie Craig, Syl Martinez, Sandy Joseph, Virgil Ezernack, Jessica Procell, Walt Korb and Mo Gulett. Not pictured is C.D. Polk, Jr.

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Louisiana voters approve three amendments that will help taxpayers

Left to right, Lt. Jesse Branam and Chief Deputy Brad Walker, and Lt. Jason Heard, far right, congratulate Deputy Kohlman McGee, center left, and Deputy Liam Rivers Kidd, center right, on their recent P.O.S.T. certification and graduation from the Caddo Parish Sheriff’s Regional Training Academy.
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(The Center Square) — Louisiana voters approved just three of eight proposed constitutional amendments Tuesday night, all aimed at reducing the burden on taxpayers.Veterans with disabilities will now pay less for property taxes after voters approved Amendment 2 by nearly 73%. Those with a 100... + continue reading

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After Lakeview victory, Many Tigers look toward playoffs

A lone Lakeview Gator discovers the explosiveness of the Many Tiger defense.

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The Many Tigers football team wrapped up their regular season in style on Thursday, November 3 with a decisive 56-0 victory over the Lakeview Gators at home.This win also clinched the Tigers’... + continue reading
Many Bass Club holds October Tournament

Michael Woods won First Place and Big Fish

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Many Tigers continue their winning ways

Many’s Tackett Curtis avoids Winnfield defensemen while trying to connect with a fellow Tiger. (All photos courtesy Tina McCormic)

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Many Tigers move to 4-0 on season as Newman, Manning defeat makes national sports news

Tackett Curtis, at left, is pictured as he drags number one prospect Arch Manning to the ground during the Tigers’ astounding 25-17 win over Isidore Newman. (Photos courtesy Tina Mc-Cormic)

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Ask Rusty – For Some Simple Guidance About MedicareDear Rusty: I’m nearing 68 years old, have never signed up for Medicare but thinking that I should look into it. I’m currently... + continue reading

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For the fifth stop on the #ThanksToVeterans Tour, we headed to Louisiana to meet up with Army Veteran Elijah Talley. Since buying his home with Veterans United in the small town of Many, LA a few... + continue reading
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BOM sponsored the Provencal Christian Academy’s annual school shirt fundraiser. Proceeds from the fundraiser will help with supplies, athletic equipment, playground equipment and student/ teacher programs. Pictured left to right: Emery Tedder and BOM’s Savannah Garcie.

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City Bank sponsors 15th Annual Deer Fest

City Bank is a proud sponsor of the 15th Annual Deer Fest presented by the Robeline First Baptist church. Mark your calendar for Saturday, October 29, 2022. For more information, contact Brian Ray at 318-294-3369 or Dustie Litton at 318-663-9756. Shown with City Bank employee, Kristy Miller is Mr. Glen Miller.

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