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Wed
26
Nov

Pearson building demolished

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. 
 
Wed
26
Nov

Sabine Sheriff assists with drug trafficking operation

U.S. District Attorney Stephanie Finley announced the indictments by a federal grand jury Thursday afternoon of four people in a major drug trafficking operation in Northwest Louisiana.
 
Wed
19
Nov

“Christmas on Main” to add down home cheer

The Many Cultural District proudly announces a new holiday event, Christmas on Main, to be held during Many’s “Twelve Days of Christmas” festivities. All Sabine Parish civic organizations, elected officials, churches, artists, craftspeople and interested persons are invited to participate during this special celebration to  be held on Main Street in Many on Friday, Dec. 19 from dusk until 8:30 p.m.
 
Wed
19
Nov

Pickett, Beasley attend red mass

Third Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Elizabeth Pickett of Many, third row to the right, and Judge Stephen Beasley, top row right, joined area officials in Natchitoches recently for the observance of The Red Mass. The Red Mass is a service celebrated annually in the church for judges, prosecutors, attorneys law school professors and students and government officials.
 
Wed
19
Nov

Renovations complete, Sabine Theater to reopen

Many Mayor Ken Freeman announced that Movies in Many will become a reality on Saturday, Nov. 29, at 7 p.m., with a  grand opening ceremony followed by the first movie “Man in the Moon.” Freeman said the Many Community Center (the old Sabine Theater) will have a special event for the many generous donors of money , labor and materials to make the grand old theater the location for many special events and movies in 2015.
 
Wed
12
Nov

Kemp named top eight inventor worldwide

Many inventor Hill Kemp has reached new heights in the world of producing fresh water from salt water. The governments of the United States, Sweden, and Holland have come together to offer a prize for an all renewable technology that can produce 2,100 gallons of pure water per day on a 30-foot by 60-foot rectangle of desert.
 
Wed
12
Nov

“Honor Our Veterans” event draws large crowd to Depot

A large crown of veterans and families attended the First Annual “Honor Our Veterans” event, hosted at The Depot, Saturday, Nov. 8. The program was jointly sponsored by the Town of Many, the Cultural District, chaired by Mary Beth Brocato and the Sabine Historical Society
 
Wed
12
Nov

TBLA elects new officers

The 2015 TBLA Board of Directors are, from left to right, Ted Dove, First Vice President; Kathy Little, Second Vice President; John Toliver, President; Gaynell Goodeaux, Treasurer; Bill Galligan, Secretary
 
Wed
05
Nov

SRA board spot open

Senator Gerald Long has announced the resignation of Ron Williams from the SRA Board of Directors. Long describes Williams as a hard working member who offered new insights and suggestions in how the board could function more efficiently
 

 

Wed
05
Nov

Ark-La-Tex officials descend on Many for CDC meeting

Many awards of recognition were handed out during the meeting in regards to the recently renovated conference center, located by the post office in Many. Those receiving awards were Joe R. Salter, W.E. “Boots” Hayes, Cindy Cole, James R. Cole Jr., Kenneth A. Freeman, Don Burkett, William Ruffin, A.M. “Buddy” Stroud Jr., Rebecca Morris, Lauren Marchive III, Jerry McDonald II, and Kathleen Blanco.
 

 

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