Minden Press-Herald

Monday
Sep 22nd

News

Local News

State cuts cuts to Medicaid hospice

BATON ROUGE — Gov. Bobby Jindal's administration scrapped plans Wednesday to shutter Louisiana's Medicaid hospice program in February, meaning the state will continue to provide end-of-life care to people on their death beds who can't afford private insurance.

Health and Hospitals Secretary Bruce Greenstein announced the reversal as hospice program supporters were gathering for a candlelight vigil on the state capitol steps to protest the cut. Greenstein said his department will use federal grant funding to continue the services for the poor and terminally ill.

Read more...
 
Local News

Tax season kicks off today

Today is the day the IRS begins processing most individual income tax returns after updating forms and completing programming and testing of its processing systems.

The IR...

Read more...
Local News

Harper students and the chocolate factory

Stacy Brown and Beth Clark's kindergarten classes at J.E. Harper Elementary will be having their Grand Opening Chocolate Store on Thursday, January 31 at 12:30 p.m.

The ch...

Read more...
Law Enforcement

Police Blotter: January 21-27

The following arrests were made by Minden Police the week of January 21 through January 27.

January 21

John Combs, 39, of the 117000 block of Hwy. 4, Chatham, was arrested ...

Read more...
Local News

Grand jury indicts 2 on aggravated rape charges

Grand jury indicts 2 on aggravated rape charges

A newly-seated grand jury has handed down indictments for two separate cases dealing with aggravated rape.

Michael Dale Downs, 34, of the 300 block of Magnolia Camp Road, ...

Read more...
Local News

Moving Day for Schoolhouse

Moving Day for Schoolhouse

Minden Fire Department works to move this year's St. Jude playhouse to the Minden Civic Center. The department chose to build a schoolhouse in honor of St. Jude supporter...

Read more...
Local News

Lakeside Gents

Lakeside Gents

Lakeside will be crowning a "gent" Thursday, January 31 at 7 p.m. in Lakeside's Junior High gym. Tickets are $3 for school age and up. Proceeds go to St. Jude.

Last Updated ( January 29, 2013 )

Read more...
Page 338 of 674

Advertisement

Advertisement

classside2

Advertisement

Facebook

Who's Online

We have 1779 guests online