Thursday, October 18, 2018
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By Daniel Jones The Holy Savior Menard Eagles were no match for the Many Tigers on October 12, as they were soundly defeated 47-0 by the top ranked 2A team in the state. The Eagles received to open but were unable to mount any significant offense for large swaths of the game. The Tiger... + continue reading
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Wednesday, October 17, 2018
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On October 16, Darrell A. Williams Jr., 23, formerly of Many, was arrested in Waveland, Mississippi on a warrant from Sabine Parish for second degree murder.  The warrant was obtained by Sabine Parish Sheriff’s Office investigators after an extensive investigation into the shooting death of... + continue reading
Wednesday, October 17, 2018
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The Village of Florien will host its annual Sabine Freestate Festival October 26-27 to commemorate “No Man’s Land” also known as the “Neutral Strip” of Louisiana that harbored bandits, robbers, and those seeking a safe haven from the law in the early 1800s. Friday, October 26 come shop your way... + continue reading
Wednesday, October 17, 2018
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MES names Students of Week Many Elementary is proud of their Students of the Week for October 8-12. Pre-K students named are Paisley Langton, Lynlee Davis, Matthew Lucius, Jakira Smith, Camden Dillard, Edan Leone, Kenleigh Cotton, Daydan Ritter Kyle Sims, and Carlton Wilson. Kindergarten... + continue reading
Wednesday, October 17, 2018
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Ebarb High School Civics students wrote to Louisiana and United States Congressional members about current issues facing young people in the state and nation. U.S. Congressman Mike Johnson, representing the 4th District of Louisiana, responded to a letter he received from Raven Lewis by personally... + continue reading
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The “Save a Building, Build a Museum” project is gaining momentum as donations continue to arrive for the ambitious project by the Many Cultural District Advisory Committee, the Sabine Historical Society and the Town of Many. “We have now reached almost $10,000 in donations that are the direct... + continue reading
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By Donna Smith Ammons On a recent camping trip, I had some time to myself. In other words, I was in a chair sitting outside the motor home just “relaxing” as my grandson would say. Hubby-dear was inside doing some computer work and I opted to sit outside and read. I had a new book that I was... + continue reading

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Ebarb High School Civics students wrote to Louisiana and United States Congressional members about current issues facing young people in the state and nation. U.S. Congressman Mike Johnson, representing the 4th District of Louisiana, responded to a letter he received from Raven Lewis by personally... + continue reading
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By: Madison Holcomb On October 3, the Many Junior High 4-H club held its monthly meeting. Club president Madison Holcomb called the meeting to order, followed by Emily Miller leading the Pledge of Allegiance and Reese Koss leading the 4-H pledge.   To read more please log in or... + 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  Sabine Parish for 2018. He is pastor at Siloam Baptist Church.   To read more please... + continue reading

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By Daniel Jones The Holy Savior Menard Eagles were no match for the Many Tigers on October 12, as they were soundly defeated 47-0 by the top ranked 2A team in the state. The Eagles received to... + continue reading

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By Pete Abington AND NOW TRUMP The Republican establishment is learning a few things from President Trump. Having been a business man and accomplishing much has not been easy and Trump has... + continue reading

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By: Madison Holcomb On October 3, the Many Junior High 4-H club held its monthly meeting. Club president Madison Holcomb called the meeting to order, followed by Emily Miller leading the Pledge... + continue reading