Minden Press-Herald

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Sep 19th

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State News

2 removed from Monroe superintendent mix

MONROE (AP) — The Monroe City School Board will not interview educational consultant Mary Guinn and Lafourche Parish Schools Supervisor Charles Michel for the position or superintendent.

The News-Star reports board members interviewed three candidates Tuesday, but not Guinn or Michel, who were out of town on previously scheduled business and were unable to interview on Tuesday.

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Local News

Angola 5 trial judge to rule on inmate statement

ST. FRANCISVILLE, (AP) — The judge presiding over the Angola 5 first-degree murder cases is expected to rule by Friday whether to throw out an inmate's statement against ...

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Law Enforcement

Police Blotter: April 22-28

The following arrests were made by Minden Police the week of April 22 through April 28.

April 22

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Local News

Local vet to host second phase of shots

All dogs and cats three months old and older must be vaccinated by a veterinarian as prescribed by Webster Parish and Louisiana law. If you maintain a pet in Webster Pari...

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Local News

Popeyes opening Wednesday

Popeyes opening Wednesday

Staff training is underway as Popeyes Chicken & Biscuits on Homer Road will be opening their doors for business on Wednesday, May 1.

Local News

Man charged with agg rape

Man charged with agg rape

A man has been arrested on a charge of aggravated rape almost a year after the incident allegedly took place.

Dewayne D. Green, 33, of the 6000 block of N. Bolton, Alexand...

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Local News

Minor Injuries

Minor Injuries

A Rayville woman sustained minor scratches when her vehicle veered off Interstate 20, overturned and came to a stop in the woods Friday around 3:30 p.m. The accident happ...

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