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Wed
12
Feb
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Board takes another step in building new MES

Superintendent Dr. Sara Ebarb and the members of the Sabine Parish School Board took another step in the process for building a new Many Elementary School at its meeting on Monday, Feb. 10. 
 
Wed
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Feb
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Winter Storm Watch: Cold, rain, sleet coming

A hazardous weather outlook has been posted for Sabine Parish. The winter storm warning began with light rain after midnight on Monday, Feb. 10. Lows for Monday were predicted to be in the low 40s with east winds at 10 mph. “Again?” “You’re kidding” and “I can’t believe this!” were just some of the comments about the bad weather that is headed toward Many and surrounding areas.
 
Tue
04
Feb
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Many trio honored by LFCA

Back in December, the Many High School trio of Xavier Dias, Pepi Kennedy and Garrett Thomas were selected as members of the Class 2A all-state football team as chosen by a panel of the Louisiana Sports Writers Association. Now, the three juniors have been honored with all-state accolades once again, but this time by the Louisiana Football Coaches Association.
 
Tue
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Six Sabine Parish Queens travel to Fairs, Festivals Convention

As these local queens prepare to compete in Queen of Queens, they took time off to take a few group photos. In the cold and rain I might add, but who says being a Queen is easy? In fact it takes much more work than you would think  
 
Tue
04
Feb
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Converse teen killed in fiery crash

A 19-year-old Converse man died in a single-vehicle crash on La. Hwy. 174 west of Converse around 9:15 p.m. Saturday night, Feb. 1, according to the La. State Police, Troop E. Dead at the scene was Cody James Meaux of Converse. The teen, who was reportedly going to a church youth group meeting in Converse, has just left a local residence when the accident occurred
 
Thu
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Jan
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Many man burned in blaze

Gerald Moore Sr. of Doug Heard Road in Many remains in a drug-induced coma at University Health in Shreveport (formerly LSU Medical Center) at presstime, according to family members. Moore was badly burned in a fire at his home Monday, Jan. 20 at 3:35 p.m. Responding to the call were volunteers from Mt. Zion Fire Dept., who quickly requested mutual aid from North Sabine Fire District. Life Air was alerted and Med-Express cared for Moore while awaiting the chopper.
 
Wed
29
Jan
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Mayor, council discuss GASB Act, Newton Road

Many Mayor Ken Freeman and the town council discussed a couple of major topics at the most recent meeting held at Town Hall. Among the topics of discussion  between the mayor and the council were the GASB Act and the Newton Road annexation situation
 
Wed
29
Jan
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ACLU files suit against SPSB

The American Civil Liberties Union and the ACLU of Louisiana filed a federal lawsuit against the Sabine Parish School Board Wednesday, Jan. 22. The suit alleges that officials at Negreet School harassed and proselytized a sixth grader because of his Buddist faith. 
 
Wed
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Jan
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Kids delight in Sabine SNOW!!

Little Ella Grace Greer, the two-and-a-half-year-old daughter of Cayli Windham and Pat Greer of Many, probably enjoyed her 
snowman better than anyone in Sabine Parish Friday morning, Jan. 24. After a little help building her Many Tiger  heerleader
snowgirl, she happily gave her a kiss, which surely melted her heart!!
 
Wed
22
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Zwolle adventurer joins cast of “Swamp People”

Roger Rivers, who was born and raised in Zwolle, has been described as “larger-than-life”. His reputation for dangerous adventures, like stalking the banks of Toledo Bend Lake hunting, fishing (He once hooked a 75-pound catfish on Toledo Bend!) and doing all the things credited to country boys, has earned him a spot as the newest cast member of “Swamp People”, shown on the History channel.
 

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