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20
Jun

Winn Parish Library Honors Book Club

The Winn Parish Library would like to extend its appreciation to the local Book Club and Readers’ Review Club for holding a book sale and contributing the books to the Winn Parish Library to assist with the 2018 Rummer Reading Program called Libraries Rock!

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Wed
20
Jun

Mayor Honors Two Outgoing City Council Members

The City Council met on June 12, 2018 for their monthly meeting, opening up with the pledge and prayer. Mayor Beville asked if any amendments to the agenda needed to be made, with resulting in no change for the agenda. There were two-guest/audience participation, with the first being Lt. Curry from the Police Dept. asking for a decision to be made on old cars that belong to the Winnfield City Police. The next was Marshal Walton, who made a suggestion to put back in place a designated area on Main Street for delivery trucks, such as FedEx and UPS.

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Wed
20
Jun

Class of 68’ Alumni Reunion

The Winnfield Senior Class of 68’ will be sponsoring an Alumni Reunion on Saturday, June 23rd, 2018. This event will be taking place at the Winnfield Civic Center starting at 6:30.

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Wed
20
Jun

Louisiana Justice Tour Coming to Winn Parish June 27

The Louisiana Civil Justice Center will be offering their services at the Winn Parish Library June 27, 2018. This is a group that has traveled for the past three years, offering legal needs to those who are less fortunate in different parishes.

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Wed
13
Jun

“Dr. L.R. Collier Surgical Suite” Dedication Held

On Friday, June 8, 2018, Winn Parish Medical Center took a moment to extend their appreciation to the late Dr. Leonard R. Collier. Dr. Collier was in private medical practice in Winnfield for over 50 years and performed general, thoracic, and vascular surgeries. He graduated from LSU School of Medicine in 1959 and was elected to membership in Alpha Omega Alpha, an honorary medical society, in 1958. Dr. Collier was certified by the American Board of Surgery in 1965.

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Wed
13
Jun

Winnfield Kindergarten School to stay asis, says Board

The Winn Parish School Board met on Monday, June 4, for a monthly meeting that was heavily attended and seemingly answered some long-standing community questions.

The hot topic, of course, was the agenda item in which the board discussed what was to be done with the Winnfield Kindergarten School. WKS has been a hot topic over the last couple of months, as rumors of closure have caused questions and concerns among parents in the community.

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Wed
13
Jun

Harvey Rabbit Coming to Winn Libraries

Library Dates For June

June 6- Harvey Rabbit: Winn 10am; Calvin 2pm,

June 7- Harvey Rabbit: Atlanta 10a; Dodson 2pm

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Wed
06
Jun

Black Bear Takes A Tour of Winnfield

After a week of touring the town of Winnfield, our own “Yogi” bear was captured Friday, June 1st. Making his way through town, up trees, and into back yards, this bear defiantly brought out onlookers from all around. After a long search,

Winn Parish deputies found the fourlegged fella in a tree off Walnut Street. Friday morning, he climbed down and climbed right up to a back porch of a Winnfield resident. Law enforcement worked closely with the public, to ensure everyone’s safety. Department of Wildlife and Fisheries reported this bear was a Louisiana Black Bear, male and weighed close to 450lbs. Most people that have lived in Winnfield their entire lives said they had never seen a black bear come into city limits such as this one.

The bear was safely brought to Grant Parish where he will be returned to the wild.

 

Wed
06
Jun

Humane Society Receives A Generous Donation

Life continues to bless The Heart of Louisiana Humane Society! On one of the societies adoption days, a man approached, mentioning he had seen their promotion interview on KALB in March, and said he would like to make a donation to this o r g a n i z a t i o n . Little did they know the extent to this generous man’s donation. April 4, 2018, the Humane Society picked up their 2018 Ford Transit van. This man wanted to donate this van in loving memory of someone he holds very dear to his heart.

This van will allow the Humane Society to travel more frequently, helping the further the animal’s needs. The Humane Society is a volunteer organization,

 

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Wed
30
May

Caroline Whisonant, Jacob Whisonat, Chloe Whisonant Dalton Bartley, Aiden Coleman, Baily Lenard, Janise Starks

The Annual Dugdemona Fest is scheduled to take place this weekend in downtown Winnfield, Saturday, June 2nd. This is great way to kick off the summer, with fun activities for everyone. The activities will begin at 10 am Saturday morning. There will be games, live entertainment, a tie-dye fun run, along with arts and crafts to keep those little ones inspired. Not to mention the car and tractor show, and the Dug’ Idol for all those singers 15 years old and up. If you haven’t had your watermelon fix yet, the Fest will be hosting a watermeloneating contest

 

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