Sabine Tourist Commission celebrates power of travel in economic recovery
Wednesday, May 5, 2021
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National Travel and Tourism Week (NTTW), the annual celebration of the contributions of the U.S. travel industry, will spotlight the critical role that travel will play in driving economic recovery efforts and building the path forward through the theme Power of Travel. Celebrated annually the... + continue reading
Many Bass Club holds April tournament

Johnny Flowers won 1st place with 13.21 pounds.

Wednesday, April 28, 2021
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The Many Bass Club’s 2021 April Tournament was held April 10 and 11, on Toledo Bend. The weather was much like last month’s tournament; post frontal conditions with high bright skies, cool nights and warming days. Most of the fish caught in the tournament were post spawners but several bedding fish... + continue reading
Zwolle Elementary students participate in “Leader in Me” program; donate to NSU Food Pantry

Third grade students in the Leader In Me program at Zwolle Elementary hosted a cereal drive to benefit the NSU Food Pantry. On the front row from left are Layla Landry, Alaina Stewart, Brently Ezernack, Yakendra Bolton, Alekzander Francis, Caleb Davis, Kacen Sepulvado, Wesley Remedies and La’Rayia Collier. On the back row are NSU Food Pantry coordinators Reatha Cox, Jessica Mullican and Sheridan Duet with ZES Teacher Marissa Ross.

Wednesday, April 28, 2021
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Third grade students at Zwolle Elementary School participating in the Leader In Me program selected the Northwestern State University Food Pantry as the focus of a community service project. The students hosted a cereal drive and collected 129 boxes of cereal for the Pantry, which is free to NSU... + continue reading
Dora and the Lost City of Gold to show for free
Wednesday, April 28, 2021
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Parents and their children will especially enjoy watching “Dora and the Lost City of Gold”, the FREE movie playing at the Many Community Center on Saturday, May 8, at 7 p.m. the theatre will open at 6:30 DORA AND THE LOST CITY OF GOLD starts off showing a young Dora enjoying life with her... + continue reading
BOM shows thanks for local dispatchers
Wednesday, April 28, 2021
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All are thankful for our local dispatchers! Last week was Dispatchers Appreciation Week and BOM’s Many staff delivered cookies to the Sabine Parish Sheriff’s Officer Dispatchers.    To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://www.etypeservices.com/Sabine%... + continue reading

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NSU Esports supporters from the university, the Natchitoches community and others attended a ribbon cutting for the university’s new Esports venue. On the front row from left are Natchitoches Mayor Ronnie Williams, School Board Member Steven Harris, Chamber of Commerce President Laura Lyles, NSU personnel Patric Dubois, Jason Stelly, Reatha Cox, Dr. Chris Maggio, Chance Creppel, Frances Conine, Jace Gentry and Ron Wright. On the back row are Van Erikson, gamers Matthew Gamble, Jackson Weldon, Evan Ellis and Patrick Murr, Alan Pasch and Kenn Babin of SBB Architects.

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Northwestern State University officially opened a state of the art Esports venue, the largest of its kind in Louisiana. The Esports venue is located in Room 122 of the Sylvan Friedman Student Union, a large space that was formerly the campus bookstore. Competitive Esports is a club sport... + continue reading
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Malificent 2 is the Walt Disney movie scheduled to play at Movies in Many on Saturday, April 17. The movie is free and is sponsored by The Town of Many Cultural District Advisory Committee, Many Mayor Ken Freeman and the Many City Council. Malificent 2 is the sequel to Malificent 1 and stars... + continue reading

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Many Bass Club holds April tournament

Johnny Flowers won 1st place with 13.21 pounds.

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The Many Bass Club’s 2021 April Tournament was held April 10 and 11, on Toledo Bend. The weather was much like last month’s tournament; post frontal conditions with high bright skies, cool nights and... + continue reading
Florien falls to Fairview in LHSA semifinals for second straight yearFlorien’s

Florien’s Emalee Anthony drives down the lane against Fairview in the Class B semifinals Monday. (photo by LaMar Gafford)

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Cooper Miller signs with NSU Demons Fishing TeamLocal

Many High School senior Cooper Miller signed a commitment to join the NSU Fishing Team. From left are NSU President Dr. Chris Maggio, Miller, Director of Recruiting Van Erikson and Fishing Team Sponsor Juddy Hamous.

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For years my dad, Robbo Davidson, had often mentioned writing a book about some of the cases he worked on during his 33-year career as a detective with the DeSoto Parish Sheriff’s Department. He... + continue reading

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Celebrate Earth Day every day with sustainable landscape practices

Asian jasmine can be used to replace areas of turfgrass in the yard or as a way to prevent weed growth for more sustainable lawns. Photo by Heather Kirk-Ballard/LSU AgCenter

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April is such a busy time in the garden. It’s also when we celebrate Earth Day. What better time to reflect on how we as gardeners can help preserve our planet for future generations than now? We... + continue reading
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NSU Esports supporters from the university, the Natchitoches community and others attended a ribbon cutting for the university’s new Esports venue. On the front row from left are Natchitoches Mayor Ronnie Williams, School Board Member Steven Harris, Chamber of Commerce President Laura Lyles, NSU personnel Patric Dubois, Jason Stelly, Reatha Cox, Dr. Chris Maggio, Chance Creppel, Frances Conine, Jace Gentry and Ron Wright. On the back row are Van Erikson, gamers Matthew Gamble, Jackson Weldon, Evan Ellis and Patrick Murr, Alan Pasch and Kenn Babin of SBB Architects.

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