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Tigers trample Ville Platte 76-0

A Ville Platte Bulldog found he was no match for Tigers Jaylon Carhee and Brady Meshell. (Photo courtesy Tina McCormic)

By Daniel Jones

The top seeded Many Tigers soundly defeated the last seed Ville Platte Bulldogs during the first round of the LHSAA 2A playoffs on Friday, November 9 by a score of 76-0.

The night was a special one at John Curtis Tiger Stadium, as Veterans Day was to be observed over the weekend, and on the way to the field, each Tiger shook the hands and respected those who served our country.

 

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Thanksgiving dinner to be held at MJH

A free Thanksgiving dinner will be served on Thanksgiving Day in Many thanks to the Black Heritage Festival organization and Trinity Baptist church.

The traditional Thanksgiving dinner, which consists of ham, turkey, dressing, green beans, candied yams, rolls and cake will be served November 22, from12 -2 p.m. at the old Many Junior High School. It is free to all who come. The hosts are expecting 100-120 people.

 

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Local judges attend Rural Courts Seminar

Two area judges with Sabine Parish roots, 10

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Judicial District Court Judge Desiree Dyess of Natchitoches, left, and Third Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Elizabeth Pickett of Many, right, visit with Springhill City Court Judge John Slattery at last week’s Louisiana Judicial College’s Rural Courts Seminar in Natchitoches. Approximately 100 judges from all branches of the judiciary attended the daylong continuing education program.

Two area judges with Sabine Parish roots, 10th Judicial District Court Judge Desiree Dyess of Natchitoches, left, and Third Cir-cuit Court of Appeals Judge Elizabeth Pickett of Many, right, visit with Springhill City Court Judge John Slattery at last week’s Louisiana Judicial College’s Rural Courts Seminar in Natchitoches. Approximately 100 judges from all branches of the judiciary attended the daylong continuing education pro-gram.

 

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Many depot continues renovations

Kowonno Green, owner of Gréen’s Handyman Services in Many, is repairing one of two ticket windows inside the Many Depot.

The second stage of saving the historic Many Depot building began last week.

A bid from Kowonno Green, owner of Green’s Handyman Ser-vices in Many, was accepted on Monday, Nov. 5. Green quickly began work on Tuesday, Nov. 6.

Green said he was excited to be working on such an important project for the Town of Many and felt honored to be selected for the job.

 

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Chamber celebrates achievements at 72nd Fall Banquet, October 30

The 72nd Sabine Parish Chamber of Commerce Banquet was hosted at beautiful Cypress Bend Resort on Toledo Bend Lake on Tuesday, October 30.

A meet and great gathering preceded the welcome by Master of Ceremonies Matthew Couvillion, past president.

Following the Pledge of Allegiance, the Rev. Ray Spiller, Minister Emeritus of the First United Methodist Church of Many, offered the invocation.

 

 

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Many Tiger youth football dominating competition

Touchdown Tigers!” is what the die-yard Many High School football fans hear from public address announcer Buddy Wood on Friday nights in a jam-packed John W. Curtis Stadium.

Needless to say, Tiger fans have had a lot to cheer about the past few years, as they’ve advanced deep into the semi-final rounds of the LHSAA Class AA playoffs, and even capturing the state title in 2014.

However, on Saturday mornings, another squad of fightin’ Tigers have been lighting up the scoreboard on the gridiron around the state in the American Youth Football league.

 

 

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Many’s First United Methodist Church welcomes new pastor

The congregation of the First United Methodist Church of Many welcomed their new pastor, the Rev. Dr. Gloria Youngblood in July, 2018. She moved into the church parsonage on Forest Lane and began to get settled. Three weeks after her arrival, she underwent a cochlear implant in her right ear and received a hearing aid for her left ear. Since then, she has been battling to hear.

She was born deaf in her right ear, so she has always struggled with hearing. She added, “I was born with the German Measles and was covered with the telltale rash on my tiny body.” Apparently her mother had been exposed and her symptoms of the disease became apparent, when she went into labor.

 

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Tiger end regular season district camps, top seed

By Daniel Jones

Those mighty Many Tigers ended their regular season on Friday, November 2 not only with a huge 20-0 win against the Winnfield Tigers, but as district champs and the top seeded team going into the Class 2A LHSAA high school playoffs.

The game started with Winnfield having great field position inside Many territory, with Tristen Williams getting a run to inch a little bit closer to their end zone. The position didn’t help, as soon enough the Many Tigers were on offense and saw Caleb Leach wide open on the first Many play of the game, going 97 yards for a touchdown to bring the score to 7-0.

 

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Maxey, Ferguson wedding slated

Taylor Leigh Ferguson and Logan Kyle Maxey, along with their parents, Gregg and Stacey Ferguson and Bobby and Mattie Maxey, invite you to come and celebrate with them as they join hands in marriage on Saturday,  November 10 at First Baptist Church of Fort Jesup in Many at 6 p.m. Reception will follow.

 

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OCC collection week is November 12-19

Operation Christmas Child (OCC), West Central LA team wish to remind everyone that National Collection Week for shoeboxes is November 12th- 19th.

For your convenience OCC has two Drop-Off locations in Sabine Parish:

The Calvary Baptist Church drop off point is at 105 Peterson St., Many and can be contacted at 318-256-2871. They will be open Monday, Wednesday, and Friday November 12, 14, and 16 from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. On Tuesday and Thursday, November 13 and 15, they will accept boxes from 4 p.m. – 6 p.m. Then on Saturday, November 17 they will be open from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. and on Sunday, November 18 they will aceept boxes from 2 p.m. – 4 p.m. The last day for drop-offs will be Monday, November 19 from 8 a.m. – 10 a.m.

 

 

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