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Wed
13
Jan

WMS Beta club

WMS Beta club

WMS Beta club brought cheer to the residents at Autumn Leaves Nursing home buy making and delivering flower arrangements.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Wed
13
Jan

Winnfield Middle School Beta Club

Winnfield Middle School Beta Club

Winnfield Middle School Beta Club collected blankets, hats, gloves, and scarves to be donated to the local council on aging.

 

 

 

 

 

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Wed
13
Jan

Winn awakens to winter wonder land

Winn awakens to winter wonder land
Winn awakens to winter wonder land
Winn awakens to winter wonder land
Winn awakens to winter wonder land
Winn awakens to winter wonder land
Winn awakens to winter wonder land
Winn awakens to winter wonder land
Winn awakens to winter wonder land
Winn awakens to winter wonder land
Winn awakens to winter wonder land
Winn awakens to winter wonder land
Winn awakens to winter wonder land
Winn awakens to winter wonder land
Winn awakens to winter wonder land
Winn awakens to winter wonder land
Winn awakens to winter wonder land

Winn Parish residents awakened Monday, January 11, 2021 to around four inches of snow. More pics on page 14

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Wed
06
Jan

Congress passes emergency corona relief bill for loggers

Congress passes emergency corona relief bill for loggers

From left Hon. Keith Gates who had his investiture Ceremony at the Winn Parish Civic Center, where he took his oath as the newly elected Winnfield City Court judge, and his wife Amber Gates.

Members of Congress recognized the important role the timber harvesting industry plays in the United States economy by including both logging and log hauling businesses in the Emergency Coronavirus Relief Act of 2020. The bill includes language appropriating $200 million in funding for logging and log trucking businesses who saw a greater than 10 percent loss in revenues from January 1 through December 1, 2020 related to the COVID-19 pandemic, as compared to revenues for the same period in 2019.

Logging and log hauling businesses were deemed to be essential service providers, but have struggled with making fixed cost payments as a result of reduced markets for the unrefined forest products they produce.

 

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Wed
06
Jan

Congressman­elect dies after fight with COVID­19

Congressman­elect dies after fight with COVID­19

From left, Toni McCalliser, the late Congressmanelect Luke Letlow and Winn Parish Police Jury President Josh mcCallister

Masked mourners filled a Louisiana church to mourn Congressman-elect Luke Letlow — one day before he would have been sworn in as a member of the House of Representatives.

Letlow, 41, died of COVID-19 complications Tuesday when he suffered a heart attack after undergoing an apparently successful operation to remove a blood clot. He had been hospitalized at Ochsner LSU Health in Shreveport since Dec. 23 as he battled COVID-19.

Toni and I are definitely saddened about the passing of our friend Luke Letlow,” Winn Parish Police Jury President said. “I ask that you keep his parents, Julia, and his young children in your prayers tonight. He has been a good friend to us over the last couple of years.”

 

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Wed
06
Jan

The next level for baseball pitcher in Winnfield

The next level for baseball pitcher in Winnfield

Baseball pitcher Justin Lawson, who graduated from Winnfield who commited to one of the top baseball schools in the country

There is always an end goal for young baseball players.

For some it may be as simple as making their varsity or high school team.

For others, their ambitions might be set on continuing the game they love at the collegiate level, or continuing their love for the game professionally.

The love of the game could be diminished by the overwhelming odds and work needed to achieve one’s goal, and the daunting task that comes with continuing athletics.

However, that dream still continues on in Justin Lawson, a pitcher who just graduated from Winnfield Senior High School in 2019 and after countless hours of preparation throughout the last two years, Lawson signed a letter of intent on Nov. 12, 2020 to continue his baseball career at North Carolina State University.

 

Wed
30
Dec

Louisiana Responds to Unprecedented Food Need in 2020

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Mount Graces won first place of the hog dog statue Chistmas edition. From Left June Melton, Darcie Efferson Kristin Lonadier, Danica Winters and Shonna Moss

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Second place the Sunshine Cleaners, from left Jennifer O’Donnell, Shonna Moss and June Melton

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Third place to the animal clinic, pictured Kasinda Stewart, Sarah Deleon, Hunter Tuggle and Amanda Maines Sabrina Williamson

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Bank of Winnfield

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Winn Parish Library

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City Hall

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State Farm

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Winn Parish Health Unit

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CASA

Louisiana responded to an unprecedented food need in 2020, a tumultuous year marked by the coronavirus pandemic and three hurricanes that made landfall in the state.

The State distributed more than $674 million in emergency food assistance in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and hurricanes Laura, Delta and Zeta. That assistance included the Pandemic EBT (P-EBT) program for school children, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) emergency allotments, Disaster SNAP (DSNAP) benefits, Replacement SNAP benefits and an unprecedented distribution of Replacement DSNAP benefits.

Wed
30
Dec

Sherriff Arrests Grinch, Christmas Made Safe

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The Grinch from his cell at the courthouse posed with children around Winn Parish on the days leading up to Christmas showing them that his alleged dastardly deeds were foiled.

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Sheriff Jordan apprehending a suspect in relation to trying to destroy Christmas in Winn Parish

Children throughout Winn Parish can sleep soundly tonight. Winn Parish Sheriff Cranford Jordan has arrested the famed Christmas thief, The Grinch.

Grinch, 56, a green male who resides on Mount Crumpit near Whoville, had been hiding in Winn Parish, waiting to steal Christmas trees, ornaments, decorations and presents for parish children.

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Wed
30
Dec

West Fraser gives out 600 free hams to Winn Parish

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The people of West Fraser Joyce Mill, who gave out 600 hams to the Winn Parish Community for Christmas. From left Jonathan Lester, Plant Manager Billy Bell, Bryan Meche, Seth Cornett, Cody Chatham, Angel Pennywell, Charles Roquemore, Keon Hudson, Willie Hobby and Jason Lockhart.

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From left Sheriff Cranford Jordan, Plant Manager Billy Bell and Carol Jurek.

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Pictured above Winnfield Police Chief Johnny Ray Carpenter delivering a ham to Victor Rachal, and below Jessie Phillips delivering a ham to Martha Turner

The West Fraser Joyce Mills in Winn Parish handed out 600 free hams on Dec. 22 ahead of the holiday season.

Nearly 400 hams were given out to people who showed up at the mills, and over 200 hams were delivered to home bound people throughout the parish.

“Reflecting back on 2020, it’s been a challenging year,” General Manager Billy Bell said. “This is something we wanted to do to reach out to the community and help. We feel fortunate to be able to do this if it wasn’t for the community, and we’re here for them.”

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Wed
23
Dec

LSU Engineering Students Design Prosthetic for Catholic High Student

It’s incredible the chain of events that a chance meeting can set off.

When LSU Kinesiology Professor of Professional Practice and Athletic Training Program Director Ray Castle stopped by Catholic High School to visit with its head athletic trainer, Eddie Breight, he didn’t know he would meet James Robert III, who was born with a no fingers on his left hand. III, who wanted to weight train for track but couldn’t effectively because of his left arm, didn’t know that Castle would then make a call to Warren Waggenspack, professor of mechanical engineering at LSU, and discuss the possibility of students in LSU’s College of Engineering Capstone Design Program designing a prosthetic to solve the problem.

And none of the five LSU students, now graduates—Gary Couturie, Brette Crocker, Cecilia McAlear, Landon Stein, and Amelie Thomas— knew the impact that working on this one project would have on them. But back to the chain of events.

 

 

 

 

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