Minden Press-Herald

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Sep 21st

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Martial Arts motivate Students to improve grades

Martial Arts motivate Students to improve grades

Special to the Press-Herald

Like most kids their age, Gage Jordan, Koby Mangrum, and Parker Still wanted to take martial arts  to learn self defense.  They didn't expect to learn much more than punching and kicking.   Gage, Koby, and Parker are this year's TOP GUN winners of the "star system". 

Gage began his martial arts training February 2011 and is currently a brown belt.  He attends school at Castor High and is on the Principals list. He is also one of only two second graders from Castor to qualify to represent Castor at the ULM statewide cross-country meet. Gage also enjoys basketball and participates in raising money for St. Jude  Gage is the seven year old son of  of Elizabeth and Joey Jordan of Jamestown, LA.

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Minden to take on Fair Park Indians

Minden to take on Fair Park Indians

Two 0-5 teams meet tonight at Independence Stadium

One thing is for sure, one of the 0-5 teams from District 1-4A will walk away from Independence Stadium with a win.

Tonig...

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Webster Parish teams hit the road

Minden plays Thursday, Glenbrook has a bye

The Webster Parish football teams went 2-2 last week, with North Webster and Lakeside both winning, and Minden High and Glenbroo...

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This week's MPH Football Contest Winners

The winners of the Minden Press-Herald football pick 'em contest will be announced tomorrow.

The reason for the delay is the Minden Press-Herald has found that numerous en...

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Cooper Tires, Little Tiders get little league wins

Here's a rundown of last week's Minden Recreation Department's little league footbal.

Second to 4th-graders

Cooper Tire Cobras 6, Haynie Ind. Hawks 6

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