Wednesday, December 17, 2014
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“Unfinished business” has been the motto of the Many Tigers  for the entire season. It has been the purpose of the team  all year, and one that came to fruition on Dec. 12 at the Super Dome in New Orleans. It had been a year since Kinder put together late scores... + continue reading
Wednesday, December 10, 2014
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“Unfinished business.” It has been the mantra of the Many Tigers all year. They’ve wanted a repeat trip to the Super Dome in New Orleans. They’ve wanted another shot at Kinder, the team that defeated them in last year’s LHSAA finals at the aforementioned... + continue reading
Wednesday, December 10, 2014
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Mary Hariel is a sweet, white haired 92-year-old who has endeared herself to hundreds in her adopted hometown of Many. She proudly tells people that she has between 75-80 children. Her friend, Judy House, described the excitement when she visits the ARC of Sabine... + continue reading
Wednesday, December 10, 2014
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On Tuesday, Dec. 2, Jack Ross of the Sabine Humane Society transported 22 dogs to Breaux Bridge. Upon arrival, the dogs were loaded by volunteers onto a large trailer along with dogs from other shelters in south Louisiana.   To view more please log in or subscribe to... + continue reading
Wednesday, December 10, 2014
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The Many Christmas Parade on Dec. 13 will feature a young, upcoming singer and musician as an Honorary Parade Marshal. Jerad Bridges is 28 years old and a talented young singer who’s achieving recognition far beyond the Many- wolle- Sabine Parish area.... + continue reading

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12/17/2014
His name was Tipsy Tuxedo and he was referred to as “the cat who came for Christmas and never went home!” Tipsy started out in Natchitoches as a kitten. He was black with a “Got Milk?” mustache, a white chest, white boots and a tail that constantly swished. His whiskers... + continue reading
12/17/2014
Edwin Edwards stated, after his recent defeat for Congress where he gathered only 37% of the vote, that this was his last run for office. Whether  you supported Edwin Edwards or not, he walked tall in the political circles for over 30 years ad many of us crossed paths with him in some... + continue reading

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Those mighty Many High School Tigers find themselves one game away from the superdome after winning two playoff  games over the past two weeks against Lake Arthur and St. James. Lake Arthur entered their playoff game as the 16th seed in the LHSAA Class 2A football playoff against the... + continue reading
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Mary Brocato, chairman of the Many Cultural District and Many Mayor Ken Freeman welcome guests to the grant opening of the Many Community Center (the old Sabine Theater) Saturday night, Nov. 29. All of the renovations were unveiled and movie- goers were treated to soft drinks and... + continue reading
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The historic Pearson building in Many was demolished on Monday, Nov. 17 after being condemned. In the past, the building housed Many’s post office on the first floor and the upstairs served as the location of The Sabine Banner and Sabine Index in the early 1900s. ... + continue reading
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“Unfinished business” has been the motto of the Many Tigers  for the entire season. It has been the purpose of the team  all year, and one that came to fruition on... + continue reading

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His name was Tipsy Tuxedo and he was referred to as “the cat who came for Christmas and never went home!” Tipsy started out in Natchitoches as a kitten. He was black with a “Got... + continue reading

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The annual December meeting of the Many Book Club was held in the Cobb Drive home of Donna Smith Ammons on Tuesday night, Dec. 2 at 6:30 p.m. Her home was decorated with Christmas garlands, an... + continue reading