Winnsboro was once again featured in an episode of Small Town Podcast.

The episode first ran May 11 and featured Ocilla, GA mayor and Small Town Podcast host Matt Seale in a Zoom conference with numerous Louisiana mayors including Winnsboro Mayor Sonny Dumas.

Seale interviewed the mayors and discussed how their small towns were faring during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Winnsboro was initially featured in the podcast last September.

Small Town Podcast is an audio project designed to shine the spotlight on small towns that are often overshadowed in the media by the excitement and activity of bigger cities. When small towns do get attention, it is often for something less than desirable. Small Town Podcast tells the whole story of small town living and its joys and challenges.

Seale visits other small towns and talks to city and business leaders. The audience is given an opportunity to learn about the personalities of local officials in small towns and then hear about some of town’s unique qualities and what it has to offer.

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Other mayors featured in the recent conference was Mayor Peggy Adkins of Serepta, Mayor Adam Holland of Oak Grove, Mayor Eugene Foulcard of Franklin, Former Mayor Tim Kerner of Jean Lafitte, Mayor Mike Kloesel of Kaplan, Louisiana and Mayor Bob Zabbia of Ponchatoula.

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