Make plans to attend the Hog Dog Trials!

Wednesday, March 20, 2019
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Uncle Earl’s 24 th Annual Hog Dog Trials are ready 20 and th , aiming Wednesday to start , at 8 March am. To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://www.etypeservices.com/Winn%20Parish%20EnterpriseID437/ + continue reading
Wednesday, March 20, 2019
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The Winnfield Baseball Team went 3-0 in the Jena Tournament last week. The Tigers defeated Franklin Parish 3-2 on Thursday and then earned two victories against FCCS 10-0 in six innings and a hard fought battle against the hometown, Jena 11-8. The Tigers currently have an 8 game winning streak and... + continue reading

Mayor Moss and council members designate March 20 as “Kick Butts” Day. They welcomed members from “Next Era Kids”. A group of students who have joined together to promote “Healthier Air for All”

Wednesday, March 20, 2019
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The Winnfield City Council met for their scheduled meeting on March 12, 2019. The meeting was called to order by Mayor George Moss, followed by an invocation led by Bro. Steven of First Baptist Church of Winnfield. In the guest and audience participation segment, Lt.   To read more... + continue reading
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Wednesday, March 13, 2019
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The WSHS Baseball Team had high expectations hoping to bounce back from an earlier loss to Quitman when they welcomed undefeated Sterlington to town on Tuesday March 5. Sterlington was ranked number one in the polls for class 3A. The Tigers got off to a quick start scoring 2 runs in the bottom of... + continue reading

John David Murphy

Wednesday, March 13, 2019
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John David Murphy, born and raised in Calvin, LA, knows personally the effects of Agent Orange. John graduated from Calvin High School in 1963, and later attended Louisiana Tech for three years; only to enlist in the United States Navy. John served from March 1967-1971. While in the Navy he worked... + continue reading

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Winnfield Police Officers will be aggressively enforcing existing city ordinances to assist city administrators in cleaning the city. Mayor George Moss, upon assuming office last year, stated that he had a vision of returning this city to a “home... + continue reading
03/13/2019
“Team Up and Clean Up”. March 16 th , 2019 the community has a chance to come out and volunteer their time to help improve the appearance of our hometown, all the while gaining civic pride.   To read more please log in or subscribe to... + continue reading

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First responders work to extricate driver from the 18-wheeler.

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First Responders answered to a call on Monday morning around 2:00 am. The accident was a single vehicle incident involving a log truck. The 18-wheeler was headed west bound on US 84 East. The log truck flipped over, leaving the truck on its side in front of the Family Church in the curve. Winnfield... + continue reading

Log truck overturns on US Hwy. 84 East on Monday, March 4 next to The Family Church.

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The Winn Parish Library is collecting books for a second annual book sale, to be held March 7 - 9, 2019, in the Library’s meeting room. Books in good condition may be dropped off anytime during open hours through Wednesday, March 6, at the Library’s main location or at any of the... + continue reading

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The Winnfield Baseball Team went 3-0 in the Jena Tournament last week. The Tigers defeated Franklin Parish 3-2 on Thursday and then earned two victories against FCCS 10-0 in six innings and a hard... + continue reading

Kneeling: McKelvey Rhone, Trevon Nicholos, and Jackson McFarland Standing: Aaron Smith, Bryce Maloy, Baron Collins, David Simmons, and Keladrain Coumble. Jacob Womack Coaches: Coach Carroll and Coach Bankston Missing: Jack Adams, Jacob Gorham, and

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Winnfield Primary School employees posed with Weyerhaeuser representatives Friday, March 1st, to commemorate Weyerhaeuser’s generosity. Kim Williams, Margaret Reed, and Susie Miller applied for... + continue reading

Sensei Donald Rudd presents a $3000 check for Special Olympics to Winn Parish Special Services Supervisor Melissa Trammell

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Rotarian Don Kelley, Kate Nevils, Chris Nevils

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