The Rev. Gloria Youngblood, foreground, pastor of the First United Methodist Church of Many is shown leading the Consecration Service of the new Prayer Labyrinth on the evening on Thursday, April 18 following a unique Maundy Thursday program. Working on the lovely labyrinth were from left Allen Isgitt, Ross and Ann Williams, Bob and Chris Nolen, Kirt and Diane Voorheis and son, Ross, who is with Boy Scout Troop 80; and Nancy Spiller. Not shown are Boy Scouts Hunter Atkins, Mick O’Neal, and Maddox Lapp, and Randy and Carolyn Martin. The labyrinth is open to the public. (Photo by The Sabine Index)

Wednesday, April 24, 2019
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A consecration service for the new prayer labyrinth, located on the vacant lot across from the Family Life Center of the First United Methodist Church of Many, was hosted on Thursday night, April 18. The service was hosted following the Maundy Thursday services. A labyrinth is a place to walk... + continue reading

The cast of “The Dastardly Doctor” contains a number of talented teens from the area. Laying down in front is Ghavin Wilson. On the second row, from left, are John Harris, Luis Estrada, Makayla Bass, Summer Paddie, and Kayden Dye. On the second row are Laura Hardwick, Christopher Whitaker, Maliya McCullough, and Emma Campbell. On the top row are Madeline Doss, Emily Marr, Sean Williams, Chrysten Jackson, Faith Gentry, and Alex Webb.

Wednesday, April 24, 2019
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Several months ago, students flocked from across Sabine Parish to try out for “The Dastardly Doctor”, a medical melodrama filled with side-splitting comedy. According to Director Janet Elam, it was the biggest turnout since the group began just four years ago. “We had an amazing show of... + continue reading

One of Sabine Parish’s most beloved events, the annual Choctaw-Apache Powwow will take place this Friday and Saturday, April 26-27.

Wednesday, April 24, 2019
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The bright colored regalia and beaded headdresses moving with the motion of ancestral dance make the 2019 Choctaw-Apache Powwow a must-see event. The Choctaw-Apache Tribe of Ebarb will host its 26th Annual Powwow and Minority Health Event on Friday, April 26 from, 10 a.m. – 8:30 p.m. and Saturday,... + continue reading
Monday, April 22, 2019
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The Louisiana Office of Public Health Laboratory confirmed that a skunk harvested this past week in DeSoto Parish was positive for the rabies virus. This is the third rabid animal reported in Louisiana in 2019, and the second reported in DeSoto Parish within the past seven days.  A rabid... + continue reading

Isabella is one of the Easter Bunny’s “good children” who attends the Easter event every year.

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The Easter Bunny likes to greet children as they arrive for the big party. He has promised to do his best to attend the 2019 party on April 20.

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The Easter Bunny and Mary Ellen Freeman, wife of Many Mayor Ken Freeman, discussed Easter favors at the 2018 Children’s Easter Party.

Wednesday, April 17, 2019
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The Town of Many has some big plans for Many and Sabine Parish children on Saturday, April 20. It’s the fourth annual Easter Party and Easter movie for Many and Sabine Parish children. The celebration starts at 6 p.m. when the Many Community Center will open its doors for the children and their... + continue reading

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04/24/2019
Many Elementary is pleased to name their Students of the Week for the week ending April 18. Pre-K Students of the Week are Matthew Lucius, Serenity Garner, Drake Veuleman, DeMarcus Littleton, Christine Johnson, Whitney Scott, and Luke Davis.     To read more please log in... + continue reading
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Team City Bank Many Branch participated in the Relay for Life event that took place on Friday, April 12 at Many High School. Pictured are Tanya Peterson, Jamie Vincent, Betsy Godfrey, Jamey McIntyre, Kristy Miller, Tiffany Carnline and John Melvin Miller.

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Although dynamited some years ago to safety concerns, Rickey Robertson and a few friends stand atop one of the rock outcroppings that marked an entrance to one of outlaw John Murril’s hideouts.

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The entrance to one of the caves is pictured. Read more on page 2. In Western Louisiana, there are many stories and legends, and some tall tales of the days of the Neutral Strip, or as many know it, the Free State. In 1802 Spain ceded Louisiana back to France in the Treaty of Ildefonso and on... + continue reading

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Members of the Many Lady Tigers softball team take a moment to celebrate a game well played on April 12. As the top seeded team, they defeated DeQuincy 19-9. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

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Many of our local softball teams have entered the LHSAA Softball playoffs. The Many Lady Tigers softball team has entered the Class 2A playoffs the top seed and defeated 32nd seed DeQuincy 19-9 on... + continue reading

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Spring Cleaning? Ugh! My home always looked lived in. I enjoy living comfortably. I get nervous if I am in an immaculate home……I like relaxed living. Along with relaxed living comes a cobweb here in... + continue reading

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Many Elementary is pleased to name their Students of the Week for the week ending April 18. Pre-K Students of the Week are Matthew Lucius, Serenity Garner, Drake Veuleman, DeMarcus Littleton... + continue reading

Mayor Ken Freeman along with the city crew from the Town of Many joined in the Spring Trash Bash cleanup, also known as “Get off your Fanny and clean up Many” within the city limits, on Saturday, March 23. Pictured getting ready at Many City Hall are Mayor Freeman with city crew David Smith, Michael Moore, Butch Randall, Keaton Leach, Joshua Darden, Gary Rivers, Preston Foshee and Jadyn DuBois.

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