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NAACP requests council apology for 1946 crime

NAACP requests council apology for 1946 crime

The local Chapter of the NAACP wants the Minden City Council to apologize for a 67-year-old murder that occurred in the parish on the banks of Dorcheat Bayou.

Local NAACP President Kenneth Wallace's request was prompted by a letter he received recently from Prof. Margaret Burnham, founder of Civil Rights and Restorative Justice (CRRJ) Project at Northeastern University School of Law in Boston.

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One stabbed, one arrested

One stabbed, one arrested

A late-night fight turned into a stabbing Wednesday when the scuffle between two subjects escalated.

Dameionia Gilbert, 27, of the 600 block of Chestnut Street was arreste...

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Fuller in tune for benefit concert

Fuller in tune for benefit concert

Helping hands and giving hearts will benefit new homeowners.

A benefit concert will be performed by Monday Nite Choir Boys with a silent auction to follow on Thursday, Mar...

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Drug buyer puts up a fight

North Webster Drug Task Force Agents brought down a Sarepta man on drug charges Wednesday, but he didn't go down without a fight.

Justin Shawn Sumner, 32, of the 800 block...

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Murder suspect surrenders to law

SHREVEPORT – A local teen is now in police custody following his arrest this evening at Shreveport Police headquarters.

Just after 2 p.m. Wednesday, 17-year-old Ravion Alf...

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Ward I Civil Suits

The following civil suits were filed in Minden City Court - Ward One from February 15 through March 1.

First Tower Loan, LLC DBA Tower Loan of Minden vs. Conquista Smith-B...

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Apparent murder-suicide

Minden man allegedly shot estranged wife, then shot himself

Bossier City Police are investigating an apparent murder-suicide involving a Minden couple at a Bossier City bu...

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