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Jul 23rd

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Evergreen civil suits continue in January

After two days of proceedings, civil suits involving Evergreen Community will continue in the new year, despite Honorable Judge Ford Stinson's desires.

"I had hoped to get this resolved (in the two scheduled court dates)," Stinson said. "I like to finish trials before I begin new ones ... We will continue on January 24."

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O, Christmas Tree!

O, Christmas Tree!

What to do with that once-live tree

Christmas is over, and you're left packing up the lights and ornaments and wondering what to do with the Christmas tree. Put it out by ...

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Tips for year-end giving

WASHINGTON — Individuals and businesses making contributions to charity should keep in mind some key tax provisions that have taken effect in recent years, especially tho...

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Gift Card Winner

Gift Card Winner

Mrs. Danny Garza accepts a $100 Brookshire's gift card on behalf of her husband who renewed his subscription to the Minden Press-Herald. Circulation Manager Pete Covingto...

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Stroke may be cause of 2-vehicle collision

Stroke may be cause of 2-vehicle collision

Two Minden residents were transported to Minden Medical Center early Wednesday following a two-vehicle accident at the intersections of Lee, Main and Broadway. According ...

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Top 10 stories outside Webster Parish

NEW YORK (AP) — The horrific massacre of 26 children and staff at a Connecticut elementary school, along with other mass shootings, was the top news story of 2012, narrow...

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Cooksey Ribbon Cutting

Cooksey Ribbon Cutting

Deborah Cooksey, owner of Cooksey's Tax & Notary, cuts the ribbon at their new location, 1425 Shreveport Road. Joining her are her "faithful" husband Harvey along wit...

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