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Wed
04
Nov

Annual Veteran’s Day Luncheon November 11

The annual Veteran’s Day Luncheon, sponsored by Winn Parish Sheriff Cranford Jordan, will be held Wednesday, November 11 at 12 non at Central Louisiana Technical Community College (CLTCC)

 

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Wed
04
Nov

Louisiana OMV adds duplicate license request to Expresslane.org

BATON ROUGE – The Louisiana Office of Motor Vehicles (OMV) has announced that citizens needing replacement driver’s license or identification card credentials can now make their requests online, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The Duplicate Credential Request application is offered through the OMV website at www.expresslane.org.

 

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Wed
04
Nov

Investigation Of Alleged Child Abuse Leads To Arrest Of Goldonna Police Chief

Investigation Of Alleged Child Abuse Leads To Arrest Of Goldonna Police Chief

Joe Hines

On Friday October 30, two Louisiana Department of Children and Family Services Investigators requested a Natchitoches Parish Sheriff ’s Deputy accompany them while they investigated a hotline complaint in reference to a juvenile at a home in Goldonna, La. according to Natchitoches Parish Sheriff Stuart Wright.

 

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Wed
28
Oct

Parish schools celebrate Red Ribbon Week

Schools in Winn Parish are celebrating Red Ribbon Week. The following are a list of activities each school participated or will be participating in:

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Wed
28
Oct

Get Out and VOTE!

The vote is on!

Statewide, early voting is up a whopping 58% compared to the first two days in 2016. That information comes from the Secretary of State’s office, the entity charged with overseeing the state’s election process. In 2016, there were 2,015 total early voting ballots cast in Winn Parish according to Secretary of State records. Donald Trump/Mike Pence received 1,583, or 79%, of those votes and Hillary Clinton/Timothy Kaine got 401, or 20%.

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Wed
28
Oct

WSHS Homecoming Activities Announced

On Thursday, October 29 at 8 a.m. WSHS will present the 2020 Homecoming Court and Crowning of the Queen. At 2:30 p.m. there will be a Reverse Parade at WSHS.

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Wed
21
Oct

Early Voting Continues

Early voting has began and will last until Oct. 27 at Winn Parish court house located at 119 W. Main St. #105 in Winnfield. The Registrar of Voters office will be open 8 AM – 7 PM for each day of early voting.

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Wed
21
Oct

State Treasurer announces unclaimed property list

The names of 110 Winn Parish residents who are owed money from the State of Louisiana are published in today’s newspaper. Please turn to page 10A to see if you, a family member, or a friend is on the unclaimed property list.

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Wed
21
Oct

La State Police SWAT Team shoots Winnfield man

La State Police SWAT Team shoots Winnfield man

Cornelius Street

A 42 year-old Winnfield man was shot by a member of the Louisiana State Police Swat Team after a five-hour standoff Wednesday morning with law enforcement after he barricaded himself in a house with his girlfriend and two small children.

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Wed
14
Oct

Winn Parish Unclaimed Properties

In next week’s edition of the Winn Parish Enterprise, you’ll find a list of Winn Parish residents who are owed money by the state of Louisiana.

The state currently has millions of dollars it wants to return to its rightful owners, but first it has to locate those to whom money is owed, according to State Treasurer John M. Schroder Sr. The list in the Enterprise will show approximately 110 Winn Parish residents who have unclaimed property of various types on record in the state Treasurer’s office.

Businesses from all over the country are required by law to report unclaimed property to the Treasury each year. Sometimes, the address the company has on record is no longer correct.

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