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Back to School Bash is Monday

Back to School Bash is Monday

An anticipated 800-plus school-age children will walk through the doors of the Minden Civic Center Monday and walk out ready for school to start.

From 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. August 4, the sixth annual Back to School Bash, sponsored by Webster Parish School Board and ConocoPhillips, will offer plenty of free items and services including school supplies, haircuts, sack lunches, T-shirts for the first 300 students and refreshments.

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Man shows up for court, arrested

Man shows up for court, arrested

Wednesday just wasn't a good day for an 18-year-old Springhill man who had appeared in Springhill City Court on a misdemeanor drug charge.

Malik Wortham, who lives in the ...

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Explo to plead guilty in September

Explo to plead guilty in September

The Webster Parish District Attorney's Office says Explo Systems Inc. will plead guilty in September to charges related to the improper storage of millions of pounds of e...

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Minden's Farmers Market's last hurrah for the summer this weekend

Minden's Farmers Market's last hurrah for the summer this weekend

Who said unicorns aren't real? A real live pink-haired unicorn will make its debut as the Minden Farmers Market opens one last time Saturday from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. Anyo...

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Truck route through Minden in need of work

Truck route through Minden in need of work

Repairs and overlay of a local truck route and its infrastructure are anything but black and white when it comes to responsibility, according to City of Minden Public Wor...

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Suing Obama: GOP-led House gives the go-ahead

Suing Obama: GOP-led House gives the go-ahead

WASHINGTON — A sharply divided House approved a Republican plan Wednesday to launch a campaign-season lawsuit against President Barack Obama, accusing him of exceeding ...

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Webster native chosen for Yale fellowship

Webster native chosen for Yale fellowship

A Webster Parish woman is far away from the farm she grew up on in Heflin.

Dr. Melody Noles Hawkins, a graduate of Lakeside High School, just began a post-doctoral fellows...

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