Minden Press-Herald

Tuesday
Sep 02nd

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Undercover Louisiana Wildlife Agent has Close Call

The guy drove down the road around the corner from my house; a big gobbler was crossing in front of an occupied home. Easing to a stop, he reached for his shotgun and shot the gobbler. The property owner, who was standing on his porch watching the turkeys make their daily trek across the road to roost, couldn't believe what he'd just witnessed. As soon as the shooter saw the property owner headed his way, he hurriedly sped away, leaving the gobbler dying in the ditch.

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Basketball

Crimson Tide claims tourney title

The Minden High Crimson Tide notched its 11th win of the season Saturday night as they defeated North Caddo on the way to claiming the crown as champions of the Gibsland ...

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Football

Holtz Heading to Ruston

Louisiana Tech University President Dr. Dan Reneau introduced former University of South Florida coach Skip Holtz as the 33rd head football coach at Louisiana Tech during...

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Basketball

Lady Tiders come up short in tournament

The Minden High Lady Tiders split their games Saturday on the final day of play in the Gibsland Bank and Trust Holiday Classic.

In the early game, the Lady Tiders came out...

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Basketball

Crimson Tide rolls past Haynesville, 58-36

The Minden Crimson Tide opened up their play in the Holiday Classic with a 58-36 win over Haynesville Thursday night.

"It was a good first round win for us," Tide head coa...

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Basketball

Lakeside tops North Webster

Girls' scores from Thursday night:

Lakeside 48, North Webster 33

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Basketball

Warriors fall to ‘dogs

The Lakeside Warriors dropped their second-round game to the Red River Bulldogs, 58-44, on Thursday.

"We had a good first half," Warrior head coach Jason Gould said. "We b...

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