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Former patient overcomes difficult times; heads home

Former patient overcomes difficult times; heads home

Katherine Lowery said she knows how to get home, after you have been somewhere you didn't know to go.

Wednesday, the staff of Meadowview gave Lowery a "see you later party."

"Goodbyes are hard," Lowery said. "So we will just say 'see you later.'"

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City Civil Suits

The followoing civil suits were filed in Minden City Court - Ward One from June 22 through the week of July 13.

Paula Ford vs. Kevin Savage, Past Due Rent

Henry Robin vs. J...

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Mark your calendars

System dropping half-day registration

Webster Parish schools are omitting a half-day of school this year and parents may need to mark their calendars.

In the past, school r...

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Canine officer busts dealer

Canine officer busts dealer

Minden Police received an anonymous tip Monday that helped them Kash in on a local narcotics dealer.

Peyton Gorham, 18, of the 600 block of Horton Street, was arrested and...

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Notice causing confusion

A statement in a new public notice required by state law has caused concern and confusion about the reappraisal of property tax rates.

"The notice shall contain a statemen...

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Economist to talk health care to Lions

Michael Bertaut, an official who has investigated healthcare reform at length, will be the guest speaker at the noon meeting of the Minden Lions Club Thursday.

Bertaut is ...

Law Enforcement

Police Blotter: July 18

The following arrests were made by Minden Police the week of July 9 through July14.

July 9

Dianna Chancellor, 36, of the 100 block of Shirley Drive was arrested on a bench ...

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