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
02
Jan

Jeffery Alan Whatley

Funeral Services for Jeffery Alan Whatley of Winnfield, LA were held at 10 am Friday, December 28, 2018 at Family Church of Winnfield LA, 1806 Maple St 71483. Revs. Joel Hines and Brian Montgomery officiated, with Russell Jones as a special speaker. Internment was at Garden of Memories Cemetery. Visitation was 4pm to 9pm Thursday December 27, 2018 at the Family Church of Winnfield.

Jeffery Alan Whatley was born on May 31, 1962 and left this world on December 21, 2018 at the age of 56 in the Rapides Medical Center in Alexandria, LA.

He is Preceded in death by his father, Ronald Whatley; stepfather, Loyd Murphy; and grandparents, Ada and Thomas J. Foster.

Wed
02
Jan

Eloise Canerday James

Mrs. Eloise Canerday James, age 90, passed away Saturday, December 22, 2018 after a very short illness.

Mrs. James was known to many as a sweet fiesty southern lady with style. She and husband, Melvin, owned and operated the White House Grocery for many years. She loved to play Rook, dominoes and loved to dance. She was a member of Laurel Heights Baptist Church. She loved her family but most of all she was a God fearing woman.

Born May 3,1928, Mrs. James was preceded in death by her parents, Presley and Lucille Canerday of Calvin, Louisiana. Her one love, Melvin James in 1987 and her youngest daughter, Susie James Ashley earlier this year.

Wed
02
Jan

Jerry Wayne Leslie

Mr. Jerry Wayne Leslie, age 76 of Winnfield, Louisiana passed away December 20, 2018 in Natchitoches, Louisiana. Mr. Leslie was a member of the Port Deluce Hunting Club, a Veteran of the U. S. Navy and a past employee off shore for Cheveron. He also was a fromer employee of C.C.A.

Mr. Leslie was a native of Springville, Alabama and was the son of the late James Lemuel Leslie and the late Kate Coleman Leslie. He is also preceded in death by his wife Margie Leslie and a brother James Leslie.

Survivors include stepsons James and Loyd McDuff, daughters Angela Leslie and Paige Manasco, and a son Eric Leslie. He is also survived by sisters Sheila Pigott and Chris Carver, one brother Joe Leslie, as well as six grandchildren and four great grandchildren.

Funeral services were held at 12:00 p.m. Thursday, December 27, 2018 in the Chapel of Southern Funeral Home in Winnfield. Interment will follow in the Beech Creek Cemetery near Olla.

Wed
02
Jan

Enola Chreene Crumholt

Mrs. Enola Chreene Crumholt, age 87 of Winnfield, Louisiana passed away on Wednesday, December 19, 2018.

Mrs. Crumholt will be remembered as a loving and caring mother, grandmother greatgrandmother and great-great grandmother, who was known as “Granny” to all who knew her. She loved to cook and tend to her many flowers and treasured her time with family and friends.

Born Thursday, December 25, 1930 in Stanley, Louisiana, she was preceded in death by her parents, Oscar and Lizzie Chreene; children, Derrell Warren, Jr., Darren Warren and Donna Warren Reynolds; brother, Robert Chreene; grandson, Samuel David Reynolds.

Wed
02
Jan

Edward E. Barton

Funeral services for Edward E. Barton, age 86 of Chatham, Louisiana were held Friday, December 28, 2018 at Caney Lake Baptist Church with Bro. Lance Otwell and Bro. Joe Reynolds officiating. Visitation was held from 10:00AM until time of service at 2:00PM. Burial was at Beech Creek Church Cemetery, Winnfield, Louisiana under the direction of Edmonds Funeral Home, Jonesboro, Louisiana.

Wed
26
Dec

Winnfield Kiwanis November 2018 Terrific Kids

ATLANTA Left to right: Tyler Cox, Emma Lummus, Brayden Perkins, Trinity Myers, Emery Evans. Kiwanian: Lamar Tarver

ATLANTA

Left to right: Tyler Cox, Emma Lummus, Brayden Perkins, Trinity Myers, Emery Evans.Kiwanian: Lamar Tarver

 

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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.

 

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