Local students honored after completing CLTCC, NSU advanced manufacturing technician program

Five students were honored upon completion of the GeauxFAME/AMT program, a work/study partnership between Central Louisiana Technical Community College, Northwestern State University and regional industries. From left are Dr. Jimmy Sawtelle, chancellor CLTCC, Jay Latour of Many, Cody Tibbett of Baton Rouge, Justin Jacobs of Pleasant Hill, Kyleb McMahon of Many, Luke Holloway of Choudrant and NSU President Dr. Marcus Jones. McMahon earned the Distinguished Graduate Award.

Wednesday, August 3, 2022
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Five students completed the GeauxFAME Advanced Manufacturing Technician (AMT) program, a work/study partnership between Central Louisiana Technical Community College, Northwestern State University and regional industries. Through the program, graduates earned a certificate from CLTCC and an... + continue reading
City Bank donates to Many High football’s golf scramble
Wednesday, August 3, 2022
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City Bank’s Kristy Miller presents Payton Hyden, member of the MHS Football Team, a donation to sponsor the Many High School Football Scramble. The Scramble is 8:00 A.M. on August 6th at the Northwestern Hills Golf Course. For more information, please contact Coach Hassell, 318- 564-7343 or... + continue reading
BOM sponsors St. Joseph’s Spring Festival
Wednesday, August 3, 2022
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BOM is proud to sponsor St. Joseph Catholic Church’s Spring Festival. Pictured left to right: BOM Sabine Parish Market President Daniel Bennett and Spring Festival committee member Nolan Rivers. + continue reading
Many Bass Club holds July tournament

Lee Ballard came in first place with 17.47 pounds.

Wednesday, July 27, 2022
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The Many Bass Club held their July Tournament of 2022 on the weekend of July 9. The weather was extremely hot with temperatures exceeding 100 degrees and a heat advisory was in effect during the day over the weekend with high bright skies and moderate winds. The water temperatures were in the upper... + continue reading
Daron Chandler sworn in for second year on La. School Board’s Association of Directors

Daron Chandler

Wednesday, July 27, 2022
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Daron Chandler was sworn in for a second year with the Louisiana School Boards Association (LSBA) on Tuesday, April 26, 2022, in Baton Rouge during the Association’s 2022 LSBA Capitol Conference. Mr. Chandler serves as a member of the Sabine Parish School Board representing Ward 1, District 1... + continue reading

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Two traditional crafts persons, a musician, and a folk dance group were inducted into the Louisiana Folklife Center’s Hall of Master Folk Artists during an induction ceremony held at Northwestern State University on Saturday, July 23 as part of the 42nd Annual Natchitoches-NSU Folk Festival.... + continue reading
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Stewart announces candidacy for Sabine Parish School Board

School Board candidate John Stewart, at center, and family.

07/27/2022 - 0 comment(s)
My name is John Stewart and I have qualified to run for Sabine Parish School Board member for District 6. I am married to Candice Etheridge Stewart and together we have four children: Makayla, 20; MaKinah, 13; Mack, 9; and MaKynzlee, 5. After working in the oil field for 11 years, I now own and... + continue reading
Assistance needed locating Provencal man
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(Editor’s Note: As of press time Mr. Ledoux is still missing. This could change between now and publication.)The Louisiana State Police has issued a Silver Alert on behalf of the Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Office for 61-year-old David Ledoux. He was last seen at his residence on... + continue reading

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Many Bass Club holds July tournament

Lee Ballard came in first place with 17.47 pounds.

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The Many Bass Club held their July Tournament of 2022 on the weekend of July 9. The weather was extremely hot with temperatures exceeding 100 degrees and a heat advisory was in effect during the day... + continue reading
Glen Swihart wins Many Bass Club’s June tournament

First Place Glen Swihart with 11.37 pounds

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Many Lady Tigers softball captures second straight championship

The Many Lady Tigers softball team recently sealed a second consecutive chmpionship run. More information and pics will be included in next week’s edition of the INDEX. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

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Sixty years ago, President John F. Kennedy pledged to put a man on the moon. It was an ambitious goal that defined an era and inspired American children to dream of what the future might hold. It... + continue reading

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La. Folklife Center inducts four into Hall of Master Folk Artists

Inductees into the Louisiana Folklife Center’s Hall of Master Folk Artists were recognized during the Natchitoches-NSU Folk Festival. From left are Dr. Shane Rasmussen, director of the Louisiana Folklife Center; music instrument maker R.V. Couch, fiddler Amanda Shaw, who also served as honorary Festival Chair; twisted wire toy maker Elvin Shields, and the Louisiana Czech Heritage Dancers.

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Two traditional crafts persons, a musician, and a folk dance group were inducted into the Louisiana Folklife Center’s Hall of Master Folk Artists during an induction ceremony held at... + continue reading
Louisiana FFA elects officer team, awards members at state convention

Louisiana FFA members elected a new slate of state officers at the Louisiana FFA State Convention. The officer team includes, from left: Rachael Reed, vice president; Allie Hubbard, vice president; Kayden Smith, vice president; Colton Conley, president; Sydney Bruchhaus, secretary; Grace Manuel, treasurer Abbygail Davis; reporter; Alaina Lyons, parliamentarian; Lauren Poole, sentinel, and Annie Heard, vice president. Photo provided by Cade Lejeune

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