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Wed
10
Sep

Leaders Against Litter scheduled for Sept. 20

The Sabine Parish Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the Sabine Parish Policy Jury, Sabine Parish Sheriff’s Office and Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, will hold its Fall “Leaders Against Litter” trash pickup on Saturday, September 20. The event will be held in the morning and conclude with a cookout for community participants at the Sabine Parish Tourist Commission Office around 11:30 a.m.
 
Wed
10
Sep

Townson seeks District 1 School Board seat

William “Bill” Townson is pleased to announce his intent to seek the District 1 seat on the Sabine Parish School Board for the
Nov. 4 election. Townson is a long-time resident in the Florien school district, and is a 1967 graduate of Florien High School. While a student there, he played basketball and baseball.
 
Wed
10
Sep

Challenge answered!!

ANTICIPATION!!!! Awaiting a bucket of ice water as part of the ALS Challenge are Many Mayor Ken Freeman, Many City Councilwoman Gay Corley and Sabine Parish District Attorney Don Burkett. Ready to pour the ice water, standing from left, are Nell Britner, Bob Britner and Erica Britner, mother, father and daughter of the late Greg Britner, who died in May 2011 from ALS
 
Wed
03
Sep

Guns, ammo, hunting supplies tax free this weekend

Guns, ammunition and other hunting supplies are exempt from state and local sales taxes, September 5 through Sunday, September 7. The 2014 Louisiana Second Amendment Weekend Sales Tax Holiday applies to individual consumer purchases of a wide range of hunting gear, including  
 
Wed
03
Sep

Sabine Theater receives makeover

The historic old Sabine Theater is getting an extreme makeover. Work is progressing to  give the grand old theater a new look so she will be ready to be presented to the residents of Many and Sabine Parish just in time for the Christmas holidays.
 
Wed
03
Sep

Veterans to be honored, Nov. 8

The first annual “Honor Our  Veterans” Day is scheduled for Saturday, November 8, from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., at the Sabine Parish Historical Depot Museum. This big event is sponsored by the Many Cultural District, the Sabine Historical Society, the Town of Many, and the Depot Art Guild
 
Wed
27
Aug

Many qualify for November election

Qualifying for the Nov. 4 election closed at 4:30 p.m. in Friday, Aug. 22 with many locals hopeful for their chance to run for office. Qualifying in the hotly contested seat for U.S. Senator are Wayne Ables (D), Raymond Brown (D), “Bill Cassidy (R),
Thomas Clements (R), incumbent Mary L. Landrieu (D), “Rob” Maness (R), Brannon Lee McMorris (L), Vallian Senegal
(D), and William P. Waymire Jr. (D).
 
Wed
27
Aug

Gentry named Good Ole Days grand marshal

On Tuesday, Aug. 12, Marthaville Good Ole Days Parade Director Karen Rawls and Festival Director Fuzzy Hennigan were pleased to announce that noted Marthaville native Robert Gentry, founder of Rebel Park, has been selected as this year’s
parade grand marshal 
 
Wed
27
Aug

“Leaders Against Litter” pickup to be held Sept. 20

The Sabine Parish Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the Sabine Parish Policy Jury, Sabine Parish Sheriff’s
Office and Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, will hold its Fall “Leaders Against Litter” trash pickup on Saturday, Sept. 20. The event will be held in the morning and conclude with a cookout for community participants at the 
Sabine Parish Tourist Commission Office around 11:30 a.m.
 
Wed
20
Aug

Hannah Jackson dies early Monday

The community was saddened early Monday, Aug. 18,  with news of the death of Hannah Cabra Jackson at her  atchitoches Highway. home. Her battle against cancer lasted for 11 years. Throughout her battle she has been a pillar of faith and an
example to all. Mrs. Jackson, the wife of Kirkman Jackson and mother to three children, James, Abbey and Sari, is the daughter of Bro. and Mrs. Barney Cabra, also of Many
 

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