Minden Press-Herald

Thursday
Apr 17th

Sports

Birds are back in full voice this spring

Maybe it has something to do with the fact I've had extra time on my hands this spring while I recuperated from surgery. For whatever reason, I'm hearing songbirds belting it out all around my yard like I never remember hearing; it's like they're vying for a top five finish on American Idol.

As I'm sure my readers have concluded after reading my columns for nearly four decades, I'm a hunter and fisherman but I also enjoy watching and identifying songbirds that visit my little plot of ground. This spring, the birds have put on a command performance.

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Apache netters at South A tourney

NATCHEZ, MS. —Duncan Park in Natchez, MS, served as the host facility for the MAIS South A Tennis Tournament. The two-day event, held last week, featured ten schools and ...

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Neville knocks out Minden High

Neville knocks out Minden High

MONROE—Things started great for the Minden Crimson Tide Monday night, as they scored in the top of the first inning to take an early 1-0 lead in their quarterfinal match-...

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Rozeman’s Rookies, Mayfield Plumbing get wins

Rain cut short Monday night's little league baseball and softball schedule at the Minden Recreation Complex. Here is a rundown of the games that were played.

AA

Rozeman's R...

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Glenbrook Apaches wins South State

Glenbrook Apaches wins South State

HEIDELBERG, MS. -The Glenbrook Apaches traveled to Heidelberg Academy on Friday, needing to win one of two games to take the Class A South State Title.

The Apaches lost th...

Last Updated ( May 07, 2012 )

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