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Wed
02
Jan

Winnfield Baseball Skills Camp Scheduled for January 4-5

The 2019 Winnfield Baseball Skills Camp will be help on January 4 th - 5 th on the Winnfield Senior High School Tiger Field.

It will begin each day from 8:30am through 12 pm. Please be at the field 30 minutes prior to starting time to register on Friday morning.

 

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Wed
02
Jan

Memory and Honor Lights Comes to A Close

For many people, the sweetest gifts of Christmas are the memories. And the best gifts for the New Year are the opportunities to make more. “January 1, 2019 is the first blank page of a 365 page book. Write a good one.”

Many Winn Parish residents made special memories for friends and families with the purchase of Memory and/or Honor lights, giving thanks for so many blessings.

 

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Wed
02
Jan

Huey P. Long Campus Announces New Program

Beginning this Spring 2019 Semester, the Huey P. Long campus, CLTCC will be offering a Integrated Education and Training.

The Program allows students who do not have their equivalency diploma to enroll and take college classes in Patient Care Technician, which covers CAN, Phlebotomy and EKG, or Welding. Students are able to take these classes while working toward earning their high school equivalency diploma through the Adult Education Program.

 

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Wed
26
Dec

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony held at Grove Street Gym

L-R: Cory McCarty, Matt Miller, Daniel Rockett, John Bruce, Larinda Crenshaw, Shannan Chevallier, Mayor George Moss, AB Hall, Joe Chatman, Tony Thibadeaux, Detrick Williams, Kiah Beville, & Arthur Robinson

City of Winnfield Recreation Board recently held a ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday, December 7, to announce and celebrate the completion of its phase I renovations to the Grove Street Gym (Rec Center) as well as playgrounds at Grove Street, Henderson Holden, and T&G parks in an effort to bring together our citizens for a healthier community. The project is funded in part by a Healthy Behaviors Program Grant from The Rapides Foundation.

The board later hosted a family day in conjunction with basketball tryouts. Everyone was provided a sac lunch to take with them upon departure. We encourage our citizens to enjoy family time in the park, playing on the new equipment. “While we aren’t finished with updates, this gives us a great start,” states Shannan Chevallier, City of Winnfield Vice Chairman, serving as a parish seat on the board.

 

Wed
26
Dec

Dodson Teen Challenge Speaks to Rotary Dec. 19

L/R Tim Higdon, Sam Parrott, Jeremiah Hall

For Wednesday’s meeting—December 19—Kiah Beville had the program. He invited director Sam Parrott of the Teen Challenge Program located in Dodson.

He brought along with him Jeremiah Hall, who is eight months into the program and Tim Higdon who works as a coordinator for the ministry segment. Teen Challenge is a faith-based year long program that strive to change men and women’s life with drug and alcohol addictions.

Sam Parrott, told the club about how he actually came through the program. Statewide the program holds around 180 students, holding around 40 at the Dodson.

 

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Wed
26
Dec

Local Brothers Win Crappie Tournament

Jackie Washington and Michael Washinton

Jackie Washington and Michael Washington win State Champion in Crappie Tournament held December 15, 2018. This tournament was held on Crescent Lake in Florida. The brothers placed both 1st over all and 1st in “Big Fish”. They are apart of the Florida Crappie Club (FCC).

 

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Wed
26
Dec

Tackling Returns this Holiday Season

For any number of reasons, on occasion, a Christmas gift needs to be exchanged or returned. Some retailers make it easier than ever to make those exchanges or returns after the holidays, by modifying their standard return policy. While, others do not vary from their standard policy. Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry issued a Consumer Alert on Tuesday, December 26, 2017, and offered some tips for handling returns.

“Return policies vary greatly from store to store,” said General Landry. “So taking a little time to understand each one will go a long way in ensuring your holiday stays merry and bright.”

General Landry suggests the following for hassle-free returns and exchanges: Keep your receipts. Keep original packaging. Bring identification. Monitor the return clock as many retailers base their return time frame on purchase date.

 

Wed
19
Dec

City Council Approves Hiring of Two Police Officers

The Winnfield City Council met on December 11, for their monthly meeting. Ordinance #21 was introduced to the council, which pertained to the National ElectricCode.

These standards will be used by the City utility department, from the current and most updated edition. Ordinance #22 pertained to the Water and Sewer maintenance.

A fee of $4.00 will be in effect for the water and sewer maintenance, helping for any future occurrence of a malfunction in those utility areas for the city. The introduction of Ordinance #25 was the 2018 Utility Billing and Collection Supervisor presented by councilman Junkin.

 

 

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Wed
19
Dec

Friends of the Library Scheduled for January 3rd

Residents of Winn Parish are invited to the second meeting of Friends of the Winn Parish Library, on Thursday, January 3, 5:30 p.m., in the Lawrence White Meeting Room at the library. This new community organization plans to support the library by raising money for additional materials and programs, through book sales and other fundraisers.

Some may think that in an increasingly digital world, public libraries are struggling to stay relevant. The Pew Research Center found just the opposite; communities continue to turn to libraries as sources of reliable information, as gathering places, and to promote literacy, especially among school-aged children. Of those surveyed, 85% “think that coordinating more closely with local schools in providing resources to children is something libraries should ‘definitely’ do.”

Wed
19
Dec

Winnfield Police Department Hosts 12th Annual “Shop With a Cop”

Area kids and volunteers at this year’s “Shop with a Cop” held on Saturday, December 15, 2018.

In what can only be described as “joyous mayhem”, area children were treated to an early Christmas at the Winnfield Walmart Supercenter this afternoon. Candidates were nominated by local schools to participate.

This program is funded by private donations and fundraisers by a local nonprofit organization named “Save a Kid”. Fundraisers have included meal sales at events and motorcycle rallies.

Hosted by the Winnfield Police Department, all city agencies are active participants, including the Winnfield Fire Department, local EMS services, Mayor and City Council.

 

 

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