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Marr announced as Deputy of Quarter

Sheriff Ronny Richardson is pleased to present the Deputy of the Quarter plaque to Chief Detective Bradley Marr. He is an experienced investigator and goes above and beyond in providing guidance to our other detectives and servicing our communities’ needs. He has just recently been tasked with coordinating the active shooter drills in each of our schools. Thank you for your service and professionalism, Detective Marr.

 

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“God Bless America” concert to feature Willie Stewart family, friends

Willie Stewart Family and Friends will perform a concert filled with patriotic music on Saturday, May 25 at 7 p.m. at the Many Community Center

Memorial Day weekend will be special in Many as the first “God Bless America” concert will be presented at the Many Community Center on Saturday, May 25, at 7 p.m.

Willie Stewart Family & Friends will perform a first-ever patriotic concert on Memorial Day weekend, “God Bless America.” The show starts at 7 p.m.

The concert is free to everyone because of a generous grant from the Shreveport Regional Arts Council.

 

 

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St. John’s holds first communion

First Communion was held at St John the Baptist Catholic Church on Sunday, May 5 at the 10 a.m. Mass. First Communicants include John Lee Dickson, Moises Kevin Estrada, Maria Isabella Gonzalez, Kyndl Makal Laroux, Miley Mykel Mizell, Teagan Rae Rodrigues, Madden Christopher Rutherford, Noah Asher Smith, William Louis Tarver and Axel Yahir Aldez.

 

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Students receive Sacrament of Confirmation

Students at St John the Baptist Catholic Church in Many recently received the Sacrament of Confirmation. Confirmands include Shelton Eaves, Billy Estrada, Jaden Ezernack, Teddy Gowen, Robert Lombardino, Emma McElwee, Macie Ryan, Brayden Sepulvado, Adelaide Soileau, Grace Sylvia, and Jacob Wilkerson.

ConfirmationStudents at St John the Baptist Catholic Church in Many recently received the Sacrament of Con-firmation. Confirmands include Shelton Eaves, Billy Estrada, Jaden Ezernack, Teddy Gowen, Robert Lombardino, Emma McElwee, Macie Ryan, Brayden Sepulvado, Adelaide Soileau, Grace Sylvia, and Jacob Wilkerson.

 

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Speaking Out for Louisiana Citizens

GOVERNOR IN TROUBLE

A recent poll by J. M. C. Analytics & Polling proved devastating results for Governor John Bel Edwards. Even though the poll showed him leading at 38%, that was quite low. Rep. Ralph Abraham had 23% and businessman Eddie Rispone was at 7%. With the Governor only polling 38% , Edwards has little chance of avoiding a runoff. He needs at least 50% plus 1% for that.

In a two-way runoff between Edwards and Abraham, the two candidates are statistically tied considering the margin of error. It was pointed out that name recognition is an advantage to a sitting governor. If political ads continue to expose Edwards for his tax raising ways, anti-businessmen and litigation crusade are targeting the energy industry, the governor is sure to fall behind Edwards in a state that leans so much Republican.

 

 

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Patchwork

Last week, hubby-dear told me I have an unusual logic path. In other words, I think differently from him!

Granted, I was never a star student in math. Algebra never made much sense to me. Why in the world would I care was ‘Y’ was?

We were on the road in the Traverse, driving to visit relatives in Memphis last week, when he could only shake his head and laugh.

 

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Betty Jo Anders

Funeral services for Betty Jo Anders, 72, of Florien, were held May 4 at Warren Meadows Funeral Home Chapel. Burial followed in the Pilgrim Rest Cemetery.

She was born on Monday, January 27, 1947 in Hemphill, Texas, and passed away on Tuesday, April 30, 2019 in Shreveport.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Ernest Shankers and Lillian Craig Cook; daughters, Renee Smith and Lasondra Smith Roy; and brothers, Jr. Craig and Sammie Cook.

She is survived by her son, Danny Smith, Jr. of Sunset; daughter, Tempra Fanguy of Many; sister, Judy Fontenot and husband Terry of Zwolle; 12 grandchildren; along with a host of great grandchildren, nieces, nephews and friends.

Online condolences may be made to the family at www.warrenmeadows.com

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Alberta Turnley

Alberta Bass Turnley was born April 30, 1925 in Zwolle to Dennis Bass and Mary Bush Bass and she entered into rest on April 28, 2019 in Many. She was the last surviving member of eight children born to Mr. and Mrs. Bass of Hemphill, Texas.

Alberta loved to garden and to grow her own vegetables. Everyone who knew her was well aware of her humorous personality and the love she had for making other people laugh! She enjoyed spending time with her children and grandchildren. Each year she always looked forward to her family reunion in Texas.

Preceding Alberta in death were her husband, Sidney Turnley; and her parents, Dennis and Mary Bass.

Those left behind to cherish her memory are her sons, Danny Dubose and wife Lillie of Hemphill, Texas, Charles Turnley of Many, and Howard Turnley and wife Tammy of Many; daughter, Betty Adams and husband Bobby of Zwolle; 10 grandchildren; 15 great grandchildren; and a host of nieces, nephews, and other family members.

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Beth Magee

Katherine Elizabeth “Beth” Lunday Magee, the daughter of William Baker “Bill” Lunday, a World War I veteran, and Zaidee Mason Lunday, was born in Pelican on June 29, 1922. She passed away April 29, 2019. She was a descendant of a pioneer DeSoto Parish family. Her grandparents Dr. William H. and Anna Hart Mason settled in the Grove Hill community and later moved into Pelican in the late 1800s, after the construction of the railroad. One of Beth’s most vivid memories involved the Louisiana maneuvers in 1941. Hundreds of young soldiers arrived by train in Pelican and shopped at the local stores, much to the delight of the young ladies of the town. Beth often spoke of meeting Dwight Eisenhower and George Patton at the store run by her father and mother, formerly Dr. Mason’s office. Beth graduated from Pelican High School in 1939. She married James Franklin Magee, a World War II veteran, in 1942.

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Negreet students place at state literary rally

Six Negreet High School students recently placed at the state literary rally held on the LSU campus in Baton Rouge. Those placing are, from left, Aiden Lowe (3 rd , Civics); Breeanna Ivy (3rd, Algebra I); Bret Thomas (2nd, U.S. History); Alex Martinez (1st, World History); Ross Voorheis (2nd, Physical Science); and Haydn Knight (2nd, Advanced Math – Functions & Statistics).

 

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