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Apr 16th

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Officials tout M6 powder disposal at D.C. conference

Officials tout M6 powder disposal at D.C. conference

For more than 35 years, chambers of commerce from this region have been making the trek to Washington D.C. to make their case to Louisiana's senators and congressman.

Not only did Jerri de Pingre' participate the last two years, but this year the president of the Minden-South Webster Chamber of Commerce shared local concerns for 16 million pounds of M6 propellant stored at Camp Minden.

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Phillips student wins regional essay contest

Phillips student wins regional essay contest

A Minden student is a finalist in a national essay competition.

Jack Flynn, a sixth grader at Phillips Middle School, won the south central division of the Daughters of th...

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Doyline man arrested after police say he beat woman

Doyline man arrested after police say he beat woman

DOYLINE — A Doyline man is behind bars after Webster Parish deputies investigating a complaint concerning threatening phone calls discovered a woman who allegedly was the...

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Minden residents voice concerns regarding high electric bills

Minden residents voice concerns regarding high electric bills

Some Minden residents are hoping they will get relief from high electric bills as city officials agreed to investigate levelized billing after an outcry during Monday's c...

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Council puts brakes on speeding cam

Council puts brakes on speeding cam

Minden Mayor Tommy Davis and Chief of Police Steve Cropper have put the brakes on an ordinance that would implement use of a new camera device designed to slow speeders.

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