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Apr 16th

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Police Blotter: April 1

The following arrests were made by local law enforcement April 1.

Melody Kathryn Boyle Wilkinson, 35, of the 400 block of Lincoln Rd., Monroe, driving while intoxicated (first offense) and improper display of license plate. Louisiana State Police Troop G

Sheryl L. Brown, 42, of the 13000 block of Hwy. 371, Taylor,
Ark., warrants for worthless checks and no seatbelt in use. Webster Parish Sheriff's Office.

 
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Bill would allow hog hunts year-round, night and day

Bill would allow hog hunts year-round, night and day

Marvin Garrett of Minden has been hunting wild hogs for 20 years. Back in 1994, he was hunting for sport but now it's a lot more for helping farmers and hunters of other ...

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Senate passes bill to make vehicular homicide a violent crime

Senate passes bill to make vehicular homicide a violent crime

BATON ROUGE — Drunk drivers causing fatal crashes may face more prison time.

The Louisiana Senate unanimously passed SB55 to the House, which would classify vehicular homi...

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Minden Medical Center welcomes Dr. Kishore Malireddy

Minden Medical Center welcomes Dr. Kishore Malireddy

Dr. Kishore Malireddy "Dr. Reddy" has his priorities in order and that includes his patients' needs first and foremost.

Due to his compassionate nature, Malireddy wants ev...

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Speckman joins Citizens National Bank

Speckman joins Citizens National Bank

Woody Schick, President and CEO of Citizens National Bank has announced that Tyler Speckman has joined Citizens National Bank, N.A. as a vice president of business bankin...

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Police Blotter: March 31

The following arrests were made by local law enforcement March 31.

Chadrick Renard Washington, 25, of the 900 block of Bayou Avenue, disturbing the peace. Minden Police De...

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One pleads guilty to manslaughter

One pleads guilty to manslaughter

A Minden man faces 30 years in prison after pleading guilty to beating a man to death last summer.

Luke Ferguson pleaded guilty to manslaughter in district court Monday. T...

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