The Tennessee Mafia Jug Band – left to right, banjoist and comedian Leroy Troy, fiddler Dan Kelly, jug blower Ernie Sykes, dobro player Mike Webb and bandleader Mike Armistead on guitar. Not pictured is band member Andy Todd.

Wednesday, June 19, 2019
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The Tennessee Mafia Jug Band, along with banjo star Leroy Troy, will perform two shows at the Many Community Center [historic Sabine Theater] in downtown Many on Saturday, June 22. The first show starts at 5:45 p.m., with a second show at 8 p.m. Tickets are $10, and veterans will be admitted free.... + continue reading

One of the observation blimps pictured with its ground crew that were used by the U.S. Army during the 1940 Louisiana Maneuvers. (Robertson Collection)

Wednesday, June 19, 2019
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Throughout the history of warfare, armies have needed to observe the troop movements of the enemy. Every high point was used to try and see any movement of the enemy. Dating back to the Civil War both the Union and Confederate Armies used balloons to look and see if they could see any movement of... + continue reading
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The Northwestern State University Demon cheerleaders were recently treated to dinner at Bayou Crawfish by the Sylvia Law Office. The dinner was special because two locals, Annalise Sylvia and Presley Stewart, will join the squad when school resumes for the fall semester. Annalise is the daughter of... + continue reading

Leroy Troy and the Tennessee Mafia Jug Band will perform two shows on June 22 at the Many Community Center.

Wednesday, June 12, 2019
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RFD-TV star and banjoist Leroy Troy of Goodlettsville, Tennessee, is coming to Many. Coming with him will be the Tennessee Mafia Jug Band. It all takes place on Saturday, June 22, at the historic Sabine Theater, now known as the Many Community Center. Two shows will be presented to accommodate the... + continue reading

Children enjoyed being on stage and dancing to peppy Australian tunes.

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What’s a didgeridoo? Kids from all over Sabine Parish who attended the Sabine Parish Library’s Universe of Stories summer reading program found out last Tuesday at the Many Community Center’s kickoff celebration. Mr. Didgeridoo himself, Rob Thomas, in a high energy program taught the children... + continue reading

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06/19/2019
Our most recent camping trip brought back lots of memories! When we first got our Class C camper, we spent many hours on the road with friends Allen and Vicki. The four of us would load up and hit the road. I especially liked it because we were traveling, and Allen took my place in the front... + continue reading
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Paul Baker won the June tournament of the Many Bass Club with a five-fish stringer weighing an impressive 20.88 pounds His win comes by fishing the windy side of grass beds and points in the Blue Lake area on the north end of Toledo Bend. He was throwing a Senco and chatter bait in 6-8 feet of... + continue reading

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Brantley Brevelle of Converse was smiling as he weighed in his bream with Chris Pearce.

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There’s nothing like a weekend at Cypress Bend Park to get away from it all. Whether you’re an accomplished fisherman or just looking to spend some time with your rod-and-reel Toledo Bend Lake is the place to travel. The Toledo Bend Lake Association (TBLA) and the Sabine Soil and Water Conservation... + continue reading

Several members of the armed forces and Patriot Guard riders were on hand to raise the flag at the ceremony. (Photo by Sabine Index/Daniel Jones)

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Calvary Baptist Church Pastor Cyle Clayton spoke about the differences he sees from when he was raised in a farming community until now. (Photo by Sabine Index/Daniel Jones)

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The Rev. Wilton Anthony was asked to speak at the flag dedication ceremony. (Photo by Sabine Index/Daniel Jones)

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Benny Barnhill speaks on behalf of the Giblin family at the event. His wife and Floyd Giblin’s daughter, Amy, is standing beside him. (Photo by Sabine Index/Daniel Jones)

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A plaque installed at the foot of the new flag pole dedicates it to First Lieutenant Floyd Giblin and all who have honorably served the United States of America. (Photo by Sabine Index/Daniel Jones)

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Private Robyn Brown played the trumpet for the dedication ceremony. (Photo by Sabine Index/Daniel Jones)

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April 23 was a special day for Warren Meadows Funeral Home, as the staff began their newest tradition with a flag dedication in honor of the late Floyd Giblin and other men and women who served in the armed forces. Giblin recently passed following an illness, leaving a massive hole at both the... + continue reading

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Placing third is Glen Swihart with a 16.90 pound stringer.

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Paul Baker won the June tournament of the Many Bass Club with a five-fish stringer weighing an impressive 20.88 pounds His win comes by fishing the windy side of grass beds and points in the Blue... + continue reading

A member of the Converse Wildcats baseball team does his part in lifting the team above Quitman in the semi-finals. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

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Several members of the North Sabine Fishing Team will represent the area at the national tournament in Alabama on June 19-21. Pictured from left are Stone Adair, Jacob Consenza, and Cooper Miller of Many High School, along with Landon Sepulvado of Many Junior High School.

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Our most recent camping trip brought back lots of memories! When we first got our Class C camper, we spent many hours on the road with friends Allen and Vicki. The four of us would load up and hit... + continue reading

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It was a proud day for the Zwolle-Ebarb VFW Post 5187 Auxiliary and Autumn Sepulvado, a recent graduate of Zwolle High School. Miss Sepulvado was invited to attend the State of Louisiana VFW... + continue reading

A large number of local students attended the first week of 4-H camp.

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