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09
Dec

Shawn, Lauren Moore named Many Christmas parade Grand Marshals

Shawn, Lauren Moore named Many Christmas parade Grand Marshals

Shawn and Lauren Moore, pictured with their children, have been chosen as the Grand Marshals of the annual Many Christmas Parade.

Lauren Manasco Moore and her husband Shawn Moore are the 2020 Grand Marshals for the Many Christmas Parade on Dec. 19, at 2. P.M.

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Wed
09
Dec

Jay Booker arrested for alleged indecent behavior with juvenile

Jay Booker arrested for alleged indecent behavior with juvenile

Sheriff Aaron Mitchell arrest of John Anthony has announced the “Jay” Booker, 46, of Many on the morning for December 4 for alleged indecent behavior with a juvenile while he was a teacher and coach at Many Junior High School. He is currently employed as an instructor at the Sabine Career Academy in Many. According to a report

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Wed
02
Dec

Car accident claims life of Michael Rivers

On November 25, shortly before midnight, Troopers from Louisiana State Police Troop E began investigating a single-vehicle crash on Louisiana Highway 1216 near Bayou Scie Road. This crash claimed the life of 57-year-old Michael Rivers of Zwolle.

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Wed
02
Dec

Gov. Edwards: Louisiana to return to “Phase 2” of COVID restrictions

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Gov. John Bel Edwards

Last week, Gov. John Bel Edwards announced that the aggressive third surge of COVID-19 across all regions of Louisiana has made it necessary to impose tighter mitigation measures and step back to Phase 2 in order to protect public health.

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Wed
02
Dec

Rick, Mary Beth Tarver named 2020 Honorary Parade Marshals

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Rick and Mary Beth Tarver

Rick and Mary Beth Tarver of Ft. Jesup are the 2020 Honorary Parade Marshals for the Town of Many’s 2020 Christmas Parade on Dec. 19.

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Wed
25
Nov

Project Celebration begins Christmas donation drive

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Hello to all! November is the start of the busy holiday season and as we all know that Covid-19 is playing a big part in our planning of celebrations with friends and family this year. There are families that aren’t able to get out and shop for their kids due to financial reasons such as losing a job or for health reasons

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Wed
25
Nov

Gov. Edwards releases letter, video urging more COVID compliance as cases, hospitalizations rise

In a message shared with media outlets statewide, Gov. John Bel Edwards urged all Louisianans to take COVID-19 seriously this holiday season as Louisiana enters its third surge with increasing cases of coronavirus and hospitalizations.

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Wed
25
Nov

Shelly Haigh named Many’s 2020 Young Achiever

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2020 Young Achiever Shelly Haigh

The 2020 Young Achiever for the Many Christmas Parade on Dec 19 is Shelly Haigh, the owner of The Gypsy Boutique.

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Wed
18
Nov

State unemployment claims falling; still higher than before pandemic

(The Center Square) – Fewer Louisiana residents made new state unemployment claims last week than the week before, though well over 100,000 people still are receiving benefits.

For the week ending Oct. 31, 8,419 people made initial unemployment claims, compared to 9,943 the previous week, according to the Louisiana Workforce Commission.

Last year, before the COVID-19 pandemic and the economic slowdown imposed to limit the spread of the new coronavirus, about 2,000 or so people would make new claims weekly. For example, during the week ending Nov. 2, 2019, 1,762 new claims were filed, the LWC says.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Wed
18
Nov

Negreet High School honors veterans

Negreet High School honors veterans

Teacher Suzanne Leitz is shown with World War II veteran and Pearl Harbor survivor, Alton Mahaffey. The beloved local serviceman is almost 99 years old and a delight to talk to.

Negreet High School honors veterans

NHS Coach Delane Henry, U.S. Veteran, is shown being presented a certificate of appreciation by two of his students.

In years past Negreet High School has enjoyed hosting and honoring veterans on campus with a ceremony and a meal. Due to COVID restrictions on campus visitors this year, the school honored veterans in a driveby manner, presenting them with a certificate of appreciation and a pin. A video showcasing local veterans was posted online.

 

 

 

 

 

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