Wednesday, September 28, 2016
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In an effort to put its “mission in motion” and to kick off Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Susan G. Komen North Louisiana is partnering with the Northwestern Louisiana Cancer Center and hosting a free breast cancer screening and community event called Pink Ribbon Pop Up. It will be held at the NWLA... + continue reading
Wednesday, September 28, 2016
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The first W.E. “Boots” Hayes Work-Study Scholarship was recently awarded to Northwest Louisiana Technical College student Melanie Small. Hayes was a longtime director of the Sabine Valley Vocational Technical School, now known as NWLTC. The scholarship stemmed from a collaboration of the NWLTC and... + continue reading
Wednesday, September 28, 2016
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Jerry Dwayne Arthur, 80, of Many was honored as the Sabine Council on Aging’s Older Worker of the Year at the senior Fall Festival hosted on the Festival Grounds air conditioned building on Thursday, September 22. Executive Director of the SCOA present Arthur with a unique trophy as a momento of... + continue reading
Wednesday, September 28, 2016
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By Daniel Jones, editor In the annual “Red Out” game, the Many Tigers put up another victory, although a hard-fought one, on September 23 as they took on Union Parish, known for a long time as Farmerville amongst Louisiana high school football fans. The Tigers were to receive during the second... + continue reading
Wednesday, September 28, 2016
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Almost 300 senior citizens attended the Senior Fall Festival in the air-conditioned building at the Zwolle Festival Grounds on Thursday, September 22 from 9 a.m. to noon. It was decided to host the gathering in Zwolle instead of at the Fairgrounds in Many, since temperatures have been hot. Needless... + continue reading

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09/28/2016
Recently, local State Representative Larry Bagley attended the Louisiana Family Forum Legislative Awards banquet. In this photo, Bagley, at left, is shown with Family Forum President Gene Mills.          To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition... + continue reading
09/28/2016
The 6th Annual CASA Social will feature local talent in a play, illustrating the life many children in Sabine Parish, in ways most people will never see. Actors from the Sabine Parish Players will present the original drama written by local author and CASA volunteer Hill Kemp. “A Long Way Home”... + continue reading

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By Daniel Jones, editor Minutes after the paper was sent to press last week, we received word through Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development (DOTD) press release that Highway 6 was going to close down from September 26 through October 1 in Many between Church Street and Vandegaer... + continue reading
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  BOM donated 300 bottles of water to the Sabine Council on Aging “Senior Fall Festival” in Zwolle. To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition  + continue reading
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On September 1, Troop and pack 80 donated cleaning supplies for the flood victims in Baton Rouge in conjunction with Southern Parts Warehouse. To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition  + continue reading
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09/28/2016 - 0 comment(s)
By Daniel Jones, editor In the annual “Red Out” game, the Many Tigers put up another victory, although a hard-fought one, on September 23 as they took on Union Parish, known for a long time as... + continue reading

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By Donna Smith Ammons I have always been a little naive, according to my friends. In other words, someone can tell me something from out in left field and I’ll believe it. I guess you could say I’... + continue reading

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By Donna Dyson-Horn It was Book Fair time at Marthaville school but this year this event went even bigger with the grandparents conjunction in with the Family Reading Night and Book Fair. This was... + continue reading