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Wed
18
Dec

Council awards commendations to retirees

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The Winnfield City Council Dec. 20. met on Dec. 10 to discuss various new developments within the city and to recognize the retirement of two longtime city employees.
 
 
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Wed
18
Dec

Christmas Parade Friday at 6

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The Winnfield Christmas Parade, originally set for Dec. 6, was rescheduled two weeks ago due to looming weather
conditions. The parade will now be held this week, on Friday, Dec. 20. All of the scheduled events will stay the same, with the parade starting at 6:00 p.m. and line-up for the floats starting at 5:00 p.m.
 
 
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Tue
10
Dec

Board canvasses millage renewal

Board met on Dec. 2 to canvass rates for the millage renewal that was passed in the Nov. 16 election. After the reading of the Executive Committee Report by Durane Johnson, Superintendent Steve Bartlett asked that an item be placed on the agenda.
 
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Tue
10
Dec

Kinder stages Tiger upset in semis

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The Winnfield Tigers made their way down south to face Kinder on Friday, and a nailbiting face-off between the #2 and #3 seeds was underway.
 
 
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Wed
04
Dec

Introducing our new website!

The Winn Parish Enterprise is pleased to announce two exciting upgrades to our service: our brand new website and e-Edition, a digital version of our print newspaper. e-Edition is an exact replica of the printed edition of the Winn Parish Enterprise, in a popular flipbook format. It is the best way for out-of-town subscribers to access timely community news, and no matter where you live, e-Edition is easy and convenient; it is delivered right to your email inbox and there’s nothing to download—just click the edition and begin reading.
 
Wed
04
Dec

Winnfield Senior High School

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Winnfield Senior High School and Winnfield Middle School spent the month of October raising money for Breast Cancer awareness. Nearly $3,000 was donated to Susan G. Komen. Pictured is Mrs. Brock’s Special Education class at WSHS.
 
Wed
04
Dec

Winnfield Christmas Parade set for Saturday, December 7

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The Winnfield Christmas Parade, sponsored by the Kiwanis Club, will be rolling through Downtown Winnfield this Saturday at 6:00 p.m. Dubbed “A Terrific Kid Christmas,” the parade will honor those students who have been awarded the Kiwanis “Terrific Kid” recognition certificate.
 
Mon
02
Dec

Jury votes to apply for bridge repair funding

by Charles Crain

The Winn Parish Police Jury met on Nov. 18 to discuss new hires, finances and to mull over applying for funding that will repair several bridges throughout the parish. First on the agenda was an update on road progress given by Road Superintendent Perry Holmes.
 
Mon
02
Dec

“A Cajun Night Before Christmas”

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Winnfield City Hall has decked their hall with a festive window display, encompassing the theme of “A Cajun Night Before Christmas.” Based on the famous 1992 children’s book by Louisiana author James Rice, the elaborate display is decorated with traditional Christmas icons and undercut with some recognizable “lagniappe.”
 
Mon
02
Dec

Winn student to perform at Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

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MaKayla Shelton, a student at Winfield Senior High School, has been selected to participate in the 2013 Macy’s Great American Marching Band as one of the select number of students from Louisiana. The Band is celebrating the 87th anniversary of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and will take an honor position in the parade on November 28, 2013. Students were selected based on their musical ability and past achievements. The opportunity was open to students from over 14,000 high schools across the United States.
 

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