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Retrain Your Brain and Be Prepared for the Glory of God

Sure you have your dreams and goals; things you want to see come to fruition before you leave this earth. But no matter how understandable these feelings are, this is not the time to let our feelings vote, nor is this a time when our feelings are our friend. Through feelings we can't comprehend the evil that has made our world increasingly more morally unsustainable, because your help is not found in feelings, but through faith and trust in God, which leads to godly wisdom.

Choosing to stay here in the world, rather than depart with Christ in the Rapture, is like a slap in God's Face. Even if these feelings seem impossible to overcome, there's something that can help--retrain your brain to agree with God.

 

 

 

 

 

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Louisiana moves to phase 3 after hospitalizations decrease

Louisiana moves to phase 3 after hospitalizations decreaseWeather

The Winn Chamber of Commerce hosted ribbon cutting at Winnfield’s new Wing Den Eatery. From left Gary Perkins, Shonna Moss, Kristan Green, Louis Bell, Patricia Bell, George Moss, E’Monne Barnes, Barbara Barnes, Travion Johnson, Linell Johnson, Carolyn Phillips, Rodney Wright, Brad Cooper, June Melton.

Following almost six weeks of improvements in Louisiana’s COVID case counts and a sustained decrease in COVID-related hospitalizations, Gov. John Bel Edwards announced on March 2 that Louisiana will move forward to Phase 3. This will bring most COVID restrictions back to where they were last September. Louisiana’s statewide mask mandate, which has been in place since last July, will remain in place. The Governor’s new order will last for 28 days and will expire March 31, 2021.

Overall, Louisiana’s percent positivity for COVID-19 tests is 5 percent, one third of the positivity rate six weeks ago. The state has completed more than 6 million COVID tests and administered more than 1 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccines.

 

 

 

 

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Early voting for March 20 election

Early voting for March 20 election

The Winnfield Fire Department responded to a home fire on Watts St. on March 5. On scene was a fire and heavy smoke, was extinguished with only moderate damge to the house and no injuries. The fire is still under investigation.

Early Voting will be held in the Registrar of Voters office in the Winn Parish Courthouse Saturday, March 6 through Saturday, March 13 (closed Sunday, March 7) from 8:30 AM until 6:00 PM.

Enter through the Main Street entrance. The election will be Saturday, March 20. Sample ballots are posted outside the Registrar’s Office, are available online at www.sos.la.gov, and on page 2 of this week’s edition of the Winn Parish Enterprise.

 

 

 

 

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Early registration opens for Pre-K and Child Care for 2021-2022 school year

Pre-K and Child early registration has begun in Winn Parish for the 2021-2022 school year, and will end on June 25.

All Students must be four years old on or before Sept. 30 to be eligible for the public school program, have a copy of their original birth certificate, copy of the Child’s social security card, immunization records, proof of residence and income verification.

 

 

 

 

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Winn Parishes loses longtime sheriff deputy Jr. Branch

Winn Parishes loses longtime sheriff deputy Jr. Branch

Cargle Branch Jr. died on Feb. 28, after years of serving his community with his work at the ambulance services, the City of Winnfield Police Department and at the time of his death as a Sheriff Deputy for the Winn Parish Sheriff’s Office.

“It was a sad occasion when I received the call that one of my deputies passed during the night,” Sheriff Cranford said. “Jr. and I have been friends for many years.

 

 

 

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Vintage Belle Boutique

Vintage Belle Boutique

Vintage Belle Boutique, a clothing boutique in downtown Winnfield, held its Ribbon-cutting, hosted by the Winn Chamber of Commerce. Owner Destiny Stroud was met by a crowd of family and friends: Holly Beaubouef, Annie Heard, Josie Griffen Aaron Stroud and Ellie Stroud. 

 

 

 

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Mayor’s office updates emergency call numbers

The City after hour emergency call numbers have changed:

Electrical outages please call: 318-998-7014

All other emergencies(water,street, animal) please call: 318-628-7017

 

 

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Early voting for March 20 election

Early Voting will be held in the Registrar of Voters office in the Winn Parish Courthouse Saturday, March 6 through Saturday, March 13 (closed Sunday, March 7) from 8:30 AM until 6:00 PM.

Enter through the Main Street entrance. The election will be Saturday, March 20. 

 

 

 

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Close up of Emily Higginbotham’s watercolor painting

Close up of Emily Higginbotham’s watercolor painting

Close up of Emily Higginbotham’s watercolor painting of New Orleans. The artwork will be on display at the Governor’s Mansion

 

 

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Emily Higginbotham

Emily Higginbotham

Emily Higginbotham, 8th grade Art student placed first in the LSBA Artwork Contest. She won for her watercolor of New Orleans. It will be on display at the Governor’s Mansion. From left Prinicpal Brent Carpenter, Higginbotham and art teacher Daniel Rockett.

 

 

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