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Apr 21st

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W. Nile cases climb

Webster escapes with no new instances

Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals (DHH) released the latest West Nile infection statistics on Friday, with 25 new cases state-wide. Webster Parish escaped without any new cases in the most recent numbers.

"Many areas of the state experienced heavy rainfall in the past week, which means people must be aware of their risk for West Nile virus (WNV) and 'Fight the Bite'," DHH Secretary Bruce D. Greenstein said. "If you plan to spend time outdoors, put on mosquito repellant and wear protective clothing. It's also important to empty rainwater and other standing water around your property to prevent mosquito activity near your homes."

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Local News

Hit and Run?

Hit and Run?

One arrested for domestic abuse battery

A Minden man, allegedly bearing a grudge, was arrested by Minden Police after carrying out a hit-and-run of sorts on a fe...

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Local News

Trading on Main streets

Trading on Main streets

A 50-mile stretch of shopping, food and entertainment will be busy November 2 and 3, during the 13th Main to Main Event.

Louisiana Main Street Communities of Minden and Sp...

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‘College’ Night on the agenda

Minden High School and National Honor Society are bringing together representatives from several colleges and branches of the military to help area students decide a futu...

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Law Enforcement

Police Blotter: October 1-7

The following arrests were made by Minden Police the week of October 1 through October 7.

October 1

Christine Kemp, 28, of the 100 block of Robertson Drive, was arrested fo...

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National Night Out

JOIN THE PARTY!

Today beginning at 6 p.m.

District A: Bertha & Theron Winzer, 705 McMullan St.; Shanettra Mitchell, 827, 829 Harris St.

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Blowing Smoke

Minden Fire Dept. shares smoke detectors with public

Minden homeowners will be able to take advantage of Fire Prevention Week, which is in full swing until October 13, by ...

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