Minden Press-Herald

Friday
Jul 25th

Sports

Jim Casada’s latest book is another winner

This writer has been blessed over the past four decades of sharing news and views of the great outdoors with readers and listeners across not only Louisiana but on occasion, the nation. During these 40-plus years on the outdoors beat, my paths have crossed and I've become friends with some of the greats in the outdoors media field.

Jim Casada is one of the "heavy hitters" of the profession and I am proud and humbled to claim him as one of my dearest friends in the industry. I have the utmost respect for Jim for the huge body of work that fills several pages on his resume. This retired college history professor with a Ph. D. from Vanderbilt in British Imperial History, can be as down-to-earth as the Duck Dynasty gang (minus the beard), especially when engaged in writing about or participating in his passion, turkey hunting.

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Eleven Glenbrook Apaches named to All-District teams

The Glenbrook Apaches finished the 2012 football season with a 6-5 record and a first round loss in head coach Greg Tibbitt's first year at the school.

After the season, e...

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LSU Tigers are right at home in the Georgia Dome

BATON ROUGE (AP) — Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur Blank seeks a new retractable-roof stadium for his franchise, meaning the Georgia Dome could eventually go the way of the ...

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Saints hold off Cowboys

New Orleans tops Dallas, 34-31 in overtime

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints are finally looking like a playoff team — much too late.

Playing ne...

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Lady Tiders back to winning ways

After back to back losses, the Minden High Lady Tiders rebounded with a rivalry win against Lakeside Thursday night in Sibley.

"We played pretty decent basketball tonight,...

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