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Janice Renell Hardy

Funeral services for Janice Renell Hardy, 67, of Many, were held October 30 at The Life Church with Pastors Jim Manning and Tommy Lewis officiating. Burial followed in the Cedar Grove Cemetery. She was born on Sunday, August 12, 1951 in Many, and passed away on Sunday, October 28, 2018 in Many. She was preceded in death by her parents, A. G. Hardy and Susie Beatrice Hall Hardy; and her brother, James Hardy. She is survived by her sisters, Cynthia York of Zwolle and Becky Hardy of Many; brothers, A. G. “Red” Hardy of Many, Buddy Hardy of Florien, Randy Hardy of Robeline, Doyle Hardy of Hornbeck, and Joe Hardy of Many; along with a host of nieces, nephews and friends. Pallbearers were Dustin Hardy, Jackie Hardy, Dale Hardy, Brandon Cartinez, Zack York and Stephen York. Online condolences may be made to the family at www.warrenmeadows.com

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Multiple amendments require vote in upcoming election

Voters statewide will be asked to vote on six proposed amendments to the Louisiana Constitution on the November 6 ballot.

Among the most important is Amendment No. 2, which addresses an issue of historic proportions in that the current non-unanimous jury law is rooted in 19th century cultural settings and sets the state apart from the rest of the nation.

In addition to the six amendments, there will be a ballot question determining which parishes will allow fantasy sports contests.

 

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Weyerhaeuser presents $55,000 in grants to community

Zwolle Elementary received a whopping $12,000 in grant money. Pictured from left are ZES teacher Hillary Remedies, Anthony Ebarb, and ZES Principal Cindy Lewing.

 

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Flashback to perform at Community Center

Flashback to the 1950s, the decade that introduced rock ‘n roll to music lovers everywhere.

Flashback is performing at the Many Community Center on Saturday, November 3, and they’re putting on a show that will have the audience clapping and dancing the aisles.

 

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Town of Many preps for Christmas

Town of Many street crews worked through the weekend to light up San Antonio Avenue for the Christmas season. Gary Rivers, city employee, spent last Saturday installed wreaths and lights on utility poles throughout downtown Many.

 

 

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Many Tigers have no problem with Red River Bulldogs

By Daniel Jones

The Many Tigers had zero problem handing the Red River Bulldogs away on October 26, defeating the team soundly by a score of 49-6.

To start, Many won the toss deferred to receive to begin the second half. The bulldogs took a short kick at their 45-yard-line. Bulldog quarterback Gakerreon McDonald handed off to Patrick Perkins to begin their drive for very little gain. It wasn’t long, despite Johnnie Maxie getting close to first down yardage.

Ni’Kendrick took the first carry of the night for the tigers, getting thee yards on the down. Shortly afterward, he received a toss for his first touchdown of the night, leaving the score at 7-0.

 

 

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Girl Scouts Visit CLTCC Sabine Valley

The Sabine Valley Campus of Central Louisiana Technical Community College in Many enjoyed hosting local Girl Scout Troop 540 on the campus October 26.

Student Success Coordinator Julia Kernaghan gave the Girl Scouts and their parents a tour of the campus and explained each of the programs offered on site. Those in attendance were able to meet program instructors, see the classrooms and equipment, and learned more about career and technical education.

 

 

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Toledo Bend Bass Club holds October tournament

The weekend was a windy one, but the anglers participating in the Toledo Bend Bass Club’s October tournament made it happen. made it.

Shannon Thibodeaux won first place with 15.66 pounds and Big Bass honors with a 6/08 pound catch.

 

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Carrie Laffitte

Funeral services honoring the life of Carrie Laffitte, 83, were held October 28 at Pelican United Methodist Church in Pelican with the Rev. Paul Gwinn and Lay Servant Jeremy Phillips officiating. Burial followed at Pelican Cemetery in Pelican. She was born February 19, 1935 in Harmon to Marion and Velmer Morse Richey and entered into rest on October 24, 2018 in Pelican. Preceding Carrie in death were her parents; husband, Marshall Mack Laffitte; sons, Carey Marcel “Cooter” Laffitte, and James Marshall “Jamie” Laffitte; sisters, Ruby Burns, Verna Gabel, Mallie Litton, and Doris Richey; brother, Vernard Marion Richey; and son-in-law, Donnie Averitt.

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Gwendolyn “Lynn” Gail Johnson

Gwendolyn “Lynn” Gail Johnson, 71, passed away Thursday, October 25, 2018 at St. David’s Medical Center in Austin, Texas. Graveside services and interment for Lynn will be held at Ebenezer Baptist Church in Florien on October 31 at 11 a.m. with the Rev. Wilton Anthony officiating. Visitation will be held at Ebenezer Baptist Church, beginning at 10 a.m., immediately preceding graveside services. Arrangements are provided by Warren Meadows Funeral Home. Gwendolyn Gail was born July 4, 1947 to Wilbur and Irene née Hopkins Salter of Sabine Parish. She was a 1965 graduate of Florien High School. Lynn was married to George Johnson for over 45 years and raised two daughters, Michele and Melissa. She worked as the City Clerk for the Village of Florien for many years. She was known for being patient, kind, and positive with everyone during her time as City Clerk. Lynn enjoyed reading and sharing her love of books with her children and grandchildren. She was an avid animal and dog lover.

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