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Apr 17th

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Minden alumnae celebrates centennial

Minden alumnae celebrates centennial

The Minden Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. met at the Minden Housing Authority to commemorate the 22 college educated women who, on January 13, 1913, at Howard University, founded and chartered the largest sorority or fraternity in the world.

It now has over 920 chapters with over 250,000 active members.

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School News

Jones announces Students of the Month

Jones announces Students of the Month

Second grade J.L. Jones Elementary January Students of the Month (at top) are Angelec Garner (front row from left), Addison Fields, Trent Hudec, Alex Downs, Ella Williams...

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Engagements and Weddings

Morgan - Letendre engaged to marry

Morgan - Letendre engaged to marry

Christy Renee Morgan and John Phillip Letendre, both of Ruston, are pleased to announce their engagement and upcoming marriage.

Christy is the daughter of Penny Coker and ...

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Community News

Gibson to retire from USPS

Gibson to retire from USPS

After 26 and one half years of service to the United States Postal Service, Brenda Gibson of Cotton Valley will be retiring February 28.

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Nancy's Kitchen

Chicken Tortillia Soup

In the over four years of living in Minden, I was bragging I had not had a URI (Upper Respiratory Infection) or the flu. That recently changed and I developed a sore thro...

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Cameos of Minden

Gipson named CEO

Gipson named CEO

Tia Gipson, a Minden native and 1998 graduate of Minden High School, was recently named Chief Executive Officer of Independence Heights Community Health Center, a federal...

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Community News

In honor of Black History Month, the Minden Press-Herald sought short essays or poems from students in 4th through 8th grades and 9th through 12th grades. Essays or poems needed to explain why this month of observance is important and be no more than 150

In honor of Black History Month, the Minden Press-Herald sought short essays or poems from students in 4th through 8th grades and 9th through 12th grades. Essays or poems...

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