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02
Jun

Budding business battles the elements to have Grand Opening

Budding business battles the elements to have Grand Opening
Budding business battles the elements to have Grand Opening

Some of the plants that are at Nursery 211, for more information see the Nurseery 211 ad on page 5

Anyone in Louisiana can tell you about the historic weather that the state had this year. A historic Hurricane Laura that left the state in disarray for months, only to be followed by Delta a month later.

Two historic freezes that shut down the state for weeks.

Everyone has felt it, and the budding business of Nursery 211 had its flowers feel it every step of the way.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Wed
02
Jun

Winn Parish School System Announces 2021­2022 School Year Virtual Learning Update

The Winn Parish School System would like to announce that Virtual Learning registration will be held June 7-24, 2021.

Parents/guardians will complete a survey to select the Virtual Learning option. The survey link will be sent through a Jcall on June 7, 2021.

Students who register for the Virtual Learning option will be committed to Virtual Learning for a full semester. There will be no option for transfer. Virtual Learning registration will NOT be accepted after June 24, 2021.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Wed
02
Jun

Louisiana passes Logger Relief Bill

Louisiana passes Logger Relief Bill

Louisiana State Legislature passed a Logging Relief Bill that could grant $25,000 to logging companies.

Louisiana Legislature passed the Logging Relief Bill Thursday.

House Bill 642 creates the Louisiana Loggers Relief Program to issue a total of $10 million in grants for timber harvesting and timber-hauling businesses.

The Louisiana Loggers Relief Program would allow individual logging businesses to receive up to $25,000.

The relief program was a needed boost to one of the largest industries in the state after historically bad weather due to freezes, wet weather and hurricanes.

 

 

 

 

 

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Wed
02
Jun

Winn parish gathers to celebrate Steve Bartlett’s retirement

Winn parish gathers to celebrate Steve Bartlett’s retirement

Steve Bartlett speaking as FFA president of CHS

Winn parish gathers to celebrate Steve Bartlett’s retirement

From left Matt Walton, Joe Lynn Browning, Steve Bartlett, Todd Martin, Joe Llaine Long and Michael Riffe

Winn parish gathers to celebrate Steve Bartlett’s retirement

From left, Jim Barr, Derwood Duke former superintendent, Joy Tomlinson, Ronald Canerday, Pat Dosher, Steve Bartlett, Sheila Causey, Martha Bates, Cary McGuffee former superintendent, Jennifer Wheeler and Melissa Trammell.

Winn parish gathers to celebrate Steve Bartlett’s retirement

Steve Bartlett and his family, from left Stephanie Spangler, John Michael Spangler, Kathy Bartlett, Steve Bartlett, Axel Sonnie, Anna Claire Bartlett, Kinsley Bartlett, Cadence Bartlett, Raelynn Bartlett, Ivy Sonier, Bridgette Bartlett and Chase Bartlett.

Friends and family of Steve Bartlett gathered together on May 26 to celebrate his retirement at the CLTCC Huey P. Long campus in Winnfield.

Bartlett had announced his retirement on April 6 at the regularly scheduled school board meeting, ending his 21-year tenure as superintendent, one of the longest in Louisiana.

“I am optimistic about my retirement and the eventual next phase of my life, but I am saddened about the departing from colleagues and friends that I have worked with so closely,” Bartlett said. “I retire at this time knowing that I have given my best to Winn Parish schools, its families, children, and staff. My tenure as an educator will forever be a significant part of who I am.”

 

 

 

 

 

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Wed
26
May

Join Steve Bartlett at retirement ceremony

Join Steve Bartlett at retirement ceremony

Steve Batlett will have his retirement celebration today, May 26.

The Winn Parish School Board would like to inivite the public to attend the retirement celebration of Winn Parish’s Superintendent Steve Bartlett.

The retirement celebration will be today, May 26, from 3-5 p.m. at the Central Louisiana Techincal College Huey P. Long Campus.

 

 

 

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Wed
26
May

Winnfield child molester faces 125 years in prison

Winnfield child molester faces 125 years in prison

Mugshot of James Susan who was found guilty of three counts of child molestation on May 20. Courtesy of the Winn Parish Sheriff’s Office

Winnfield resident James Susan was found guilty of three counts of child molestation on Thursday May 20, 2021.

Susan will be sentenced on June, 23 and could serve up to 125 years in prison.

The arrest happened on Jan. 25, 2017 when the Winn Parish Sheriff ’s Office got wind of the crimes, and discovered that three juveniles were involved.

 

 

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Wed
26
May

Summer Food Service Program

The Pine Belt Multi-Purpose CAA, Inc. is participating in the Summer Food Service Program beginning June 1 – July 31, 2021. “Grab-N-Go” lunches will be provided to all children without charge for ages 0-18 years.

Acceptance and participating requirements for the program and all activities are the same for all regardless of race, color, nationality, origin, sex or disability and there will be no discrimination in the course of the meal service.

 

 

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Wed
26
May

Mr. and Mrs. WSHS announced

Mr. and Mrs. WSHS announced

Outstanding Seniors are the top seniors voted on by the WSHS faculty and the members of the student council. The senior boy and senior girl with the most votes are named Mr. & Mrs. WSHS. This year the outstanding seniors are Parker Carlino, David Simmons, Gracie Lawson, Emilee Mixon, and Destiny Isom. 

 

 

 

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Wed
26
May

Suspect Arrested in Winnfield Homicide

Suspect Arrested in Winnfield Homicide

Antheus Johnson, who was murdered on August 20, 2020.

Suspect Arrested in Winnfield Homicide

Mugshot of Richard Harris Jr. who was arrested on May 18 for the murder of Antheus Johnson

On Tuesday, May 18, a New Orleans man, Richard Harris, Jr, was booked into the Winnfield City Jail on the charge of 2nd Degree Murder for the August 2020 shooting of local resident Antheus Johnson.

Winnfield Police initially responded to a call of a Motor Vehicle Accident on E Lafayette Street on the afternoon of August 20, 2020 only to discover shooting victim Antheus Johnson unresponsive in the car.

Johnson, 28, was shot several times while he was in his vehicle on Lena Street. He managed to drive four more blocks before losing consciousness and control of the vehicle on East Lafayette Street.

He had several bullet wounds. Efforts to revive Johnson on scene and at the emergency room were unsuccessful.

 

 

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Wed
19
May

Winn Parish 2021 graduations

Winn Parish 2021 graduations

Schools from across Winn Parish will be celbrating graduation this week. Congrats to the class of ‘21.

After one of the strangest school years with hurricanes, snowstorms and COVID-19, Winn Parish will have 125 graduating seniors in 2021.

Atlanta High School had their graduation on Tuesday, May 18 and had 13 seniors graduate. Lindsay Grace Davidson was Valedictorian and Gracie Marie Simon was Salutatorian of the class.

Calvin High School’s graduation is on Thursday, May 20 at 7 p.m. and will have 21 graduates this school year. Anthony Arlin Adams, Josie Marie Camp, Grace Marie Caskey and Sydney Claire Ferguson are Valedictorians of the class and Alayna Kambre Martin is the Salutatorian.

 

 

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