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Wed
22
Aug
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Parents, friends redo MHS bathrooms adding encouraging phrases for students

What started as a post read on Facebook several weeks ago blossomed into a wonderful, much-needed MHS Bathroom Project.

Stephanie Dees Milliken, a 1991 MHS graduate, saw how updating the school restrooms could benefit the students. She sent the post to MHS Principal Norman Booker III and he texted back, “Go for it!”

Kriste LaTour contributed a Facebook page and posted it on July 20. From there, the project took off.

 

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Wed
22
Aug
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Ebarb seniors receive rings

The 2019 graduating class of Ebarb High School are shown as they proudly show off their class rings. They are looking forward to an awesome senior year and graduation day, which will cap off their last year of local education.

 

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Wed
22
Aug
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Fundraiser seeks to improve Taylor House, Many Depot Museum

Two well-known organizations are joining forces this fall to raise money for their work.

Project Celebration and the Many Cultural District Advisory Committee will host a huge, all-day fundraiser at Cypress Bend Resort on Saturday, October 6. Funds raised will go toward repairing and renovating the Taylor House, Project Celebration’s sanctuary home for abused women and children, and also the Cultural District renovation and restoration of the old Many Depot to become a cultural and historical museum for Sabine Parish and Many.

 

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Wed
15
Aug
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Sabine responders get tools to fight opiate overdose

Local first responders have a new resource in helping them fight the opioid epidemic plaguing our state.

Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry’s office has granted the Sabine Parish Sheriff’s Office a total of 30 vials of Naloxone, a prescription medication that counteracts the effects of opioids to restore breathing during an overdose. The live-saving drugs were made available through a $1 million legal settlement between Landry and Pfizer.

“The abuse and misuse of opioids throughout Louisiana is a public safety crisis that has unfortunately taken the lives of many of our state’s people,” said Landry. “I appreciate the proactive work done by our first responders to fight back against this epidemic, and I am glad we are able to give them the Nalaxone at no cost to the Sabine Parish Sheriff’s Office.”

 

Wed
15
Aug
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Florien residents grow 44-pound watermelon

Life-long residents of Florien Lester and Marjorie Savell have always enjoyed spending time in their garden. With the help of J.W. Hudson and family, they have produced a 44-pound watermelon this year.

 

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Wed
15
Aug
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“Avatar” to screen this weekend

“Avatar,” which is the highest- grossing movie of all time, will play at the Many Community Center on Saturday, August 18.

Blockbuster science fiction movie, “Avatar” will play at the Many Community Center on Saturday, August 18.

This highly unusual science fiction movie features special sound effects and magnificent scenes on a jungle- like planet in another galaxy. It is the perfect movies for families to enjoy this summer. The movie will begin at 7 p.m. and admission is free for everyone.

“Avatar” marketed as James Cameron’s “Avatar” is an American epic film directed, written, produced, and co-edited by James Cameron.

 

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Thu
09
Aug

Many rail crossing to be repaired

The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development (DOTD) advises the public that LA 6, Sabine Parish, will be closed at the Kansas City Southern Railroad track. The work is being done at 0.75 miles west of the intersection of US 171 and LA 6 (Milepost 17.73 and is on Control Section 034-02). The closure will be Wednesday, August 15, 2018 from 8:00 AM with a reopening to traffic at 12:00 PM on Friday, August 17, 2018. The closure is for Kansas City Southern Railroad to replace the track panel and the crossing surface.

Wed
08
Aug

Hwy. 1215 bridge inspection to close lane

The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development (DOTD), advises the public that the Northbound Lane of bridge number 132-07-0229-1 will be reduced to one lane for bridge inspection from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. on Thursday, August 16. This structure is on Highway 1215 over Toledo Bend Lake and is located at logmile 2.29. Bridge is located 2.29 miles west of LA 191. 

The Southbound Lane will be open during this time. Flagmen will control traffic through this work site. They ask that there be no wide loads.

DOTD appreciates your patience and reminds you to please drive with caution through the construction site and be on the lookout for work crews and their equipment.

Wed
08
Aug
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Senator believes public endangered by early inmate release

United States Sen. John Kennedy has raised concerns about the Louisiana Department of Corrections’ ability to protect the public after the state’s district attorneys indicated that nearly a quarter of inmates released early through Gov. Edwards’ Louisiana Justice Reinvestment Act have been arrested again. At least two of the rearrested inmates are behind bars on murder charges.

Inmates were released without the probation and parole boards evaluating the risk to public safety. In Ascension, Assumption and St. James parishes, one in three inmates who were released early have already reoffended.

 

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Wed
08
Aug
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Meeting brings attention to USDA services

By Daniel Jones

Recently, Many Mayor Ken Freeman called a meeting at the Many Community Center to let local elected officials know of the benefits that the USDA can bring to the community.

“Getting money for public projects and community improvements isn’t as easy as it used to be,” Freeman said to open the meeting. “The USDA offers more money than any other agency, and we are lucky to have someone local that excels at working with them.”

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