Wednesday, November 19, 2014
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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... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
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The Many Tigers moved to 11-0 on Nov. 14 by completely routing the Homer Pelicans 73-0 in the first round of the Class 2A playoffs. With the Many Tigers win in the first round, they move through to the second round and will face the Lake Arthur Tigers on Nov. 21 at home.... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
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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,... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 12, 2014
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The Many Red 7/8 football team went undefeated with a record of 7-0 during the Many Youth Football League’s inaugural season. Pictured on the bottom row from left are Levi Booker, J.C. Hendrickson, and Zachary Paddie. On the middle row are Joc Corley, Jonas Hendrickson, Gavin... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 12, 2014
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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... + continue reading

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11/19/2014
So much to do…..some many places to go……I lament as December bears down on me!! It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas…everywhere I go!!! (Debbie and Lauren already have Nichols looking like a winter wonderland!! )   To view more... + continue reading
11/19/2014
Louisiana and most of the nation have long been in favor of the Keystone Pipeline that has been proposed for the last few years. The pipeline would bring oil from Canada and help reduce our dependency of foreign oil. Although Senator Mary Landrieu has been in favor of the... + continue reading

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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   To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital... + continue reading
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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... + continue reading
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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,... + continue reading
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The Many Tigers moved to 11-0 on Nov. 14 by completely routing the Homer Pelicans 73-0 in the first round of the Class 2A playoffs. With the Many Tigers win in the first round, they move... + continue reading

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So much to do…..some many places to go……I lament as December bears down on me!! It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas…everywhere I go!!! (Debbie... + continue reading

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Even though the St. Jude Fall Fest is over and done for this year, the St. Jude Fall Fest Queens are still busy traveling throughout the state of Louisiana promoting next year’s festival.... + continue reading