Meet and greet planned for new 4-H Youth Development Agent

Beca Breckenridge Sabine’s new 4-H Agent

Wednesday, July 21, 2021
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The LSU AgCenter Sabine Parish Extension Office is excited to announce Beca Breckenridge as their new 4-H Youth Development Agent. She is a graduate of The University of Tennessee at Martin with a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture Communications and a graduate of The University of Missouri with... + continue reading
Aladdin to screen for free this weekend
Wednesday, July 21, 2021
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Aladdin is the awesome free movie that Movies in Many presents on Saturday, July 24, at the Many Community Center. Rated PG, it’s a family movie the entire family can enjoy together. Admission is always free, and concessions are only $1 each for theater popcorn and soft drinks. The movie will... + continue reading
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Dillon James Merritt, 2019 booking photo

Friday, July 16, 2021
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On Wednesday, July 14, a federal jury returned a guilty verdict against Dillon James Merritt, 54, of Many on charges of kidnapping, interstate domestic violence, and possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine.  Over the course of the trial, evidence was introduced to reveal that... + continue reading
Thursday, July 15, 2021
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The Town of Many Police Department (MPD) routinely conducted compliance checks prior to the Covid-19 restrictions which are now beginning to lift.  A compliance check is a tool used by law enforcement agencies to identify tobacco and/or alcohol establishments that sell to underage youth and to... + continue reading
Sabine Parish School Board honors 2020-2021 retirees

On Wednesday, June 30, the Sabine Parish School Board honored a large number of local educators who are retiring from the school system.

Wednesday, July 14, 2021
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On Wednesday, June 30, the Sabine Parish School Board held a reception to honor the District’s Retirees for the last 2 years at Many Elementary School. Family, friends and honorees were feted with hors d’oeuvres and soft drinks while a beautiful floral centerpiece from Lou’s Candles and Gifts... + continue reading

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07/21/2021
Northwestern State University’s Purple Pizzazz Pom Line and NSU Cheer each won first place honors in camps held at Texas A&M University. The Pom Line won first place at Universal Dance Association Camp for its Home Routine in Division I. The routine was learned prior to camp and was... + continue reading
07/21/2021
The Many Bass Club’s July, 2021, tournament was held July 10 and July 11 on Toledo Bend. The weather was hot, humid with afternoon thunderstorms and sunny to partly cloudy conditions on both days. The lake level had fallen throughout the two weeks prior to the tournament and was at 171.00 feet at... + continue reading

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Corey Ledet to perform Zydeco in summer folk music series

Corey Ledet

07/14/2021 - 0 comment(s)
Zydeco artist Corey Ledet will play at the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame and Northwest Louisiana History Museum at 800 Front Street in downtown Natchitoches on Saturday, July 17 at 2 p.m. The performance is part of the 2021 NSU Folklife Concert Series, a series of six Saturday concerts in July and... + continue reading
Many PD officers thwart domestic violence incident

Eliezer Rodriguez

07/14/2021 - 0 comment(s)
Many Police Department officers Matt Cook and Evan Eddington were in the right place and the right time in the early morning hours of July 9, after a female approached them in the rear parking lot of a local convenience store. The female spoke to the officers and noted that she and her partner... + continue reading

Sports

NSU Purple Pizazz Pom Line, cheer squad win first place at competition
07/21/2021 - 0 comment(s)
Northwestern State University’s Purple Pizzazz Pom Line and NSU Cheer each won first place honors in camps held at Texas A&M University. The Pom Line won first place at Universal Dance... + continue reading

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Does going back to school mean going back to BULLYING?
07/21/2021 - 0 comment(s)
The beginning of the school year brings concerns to children and parents. Good grades, getting enough sleep and getting along with teachers and other students are all very important. But one of the... + continue reading

Lifestyle

Beat the rain with container-grown vegetables

Vegetables such as tomatoes can be very productive in containers. Photo by Heather Kirk-Ballard/LSU AgCenter

07/14/2021 - 0 comment(s)
With the historic rains this spring and summer, we’ve doubled — and in some cases tripled — the average for several places in Louisiana. It is no wonder some of our plants, yards and gardens are... + continue reading
Take advantage of trial garden evaluations

The LSU AgCenter Hammond Research Station hosts the state’s official trial gardens. LSU AgCenter file photo by Ashley Edwards

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Peason Ridge’s 2021 tour met with great fanfare

Tour guide and historian Rickey Robertson tells the tour group about the Merritt Cemetery located on Peason Ridge. (Robertson Collection)

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