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Committee to study Harper school issues

Solving problems facing students and educators at Harper Elementary go beyond the possibility of physically moving 525 kindergarten and first graders from the existing building to another location.

That’s the message a group of concerned Harper supporters heard Wednesday from Dr. Dan Rawls, Webster Parish superintendent of schools. Some of those attending the meeting will be members of a committee tasked with finding a solution to problems at the school.

“There’s a lot of things we’re going to look at, not just physically moving students and changing buildings,” Rawls said. “We’re going to look very carefully at how this is going to impact instruction.”

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Officials, parents discuss problems at Harper Elementary

Officials, parents discuss problems at Harper Elementary
 
Solving problems facing students and educators at Harper Elementary go beyond the possibility of physically moving 525 kindergarten and first graders from the exist...
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Economic director’s job on council agenda

A job description for Minden’s new economic development director is up for approval today by the Minden City Council.

The council met recently in a workshop environment to...

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VIDEO: Muddy Bottoms show 'surreal' for Trace Adkins

VIDEO: Muddy Bottoms show 'surreal' for Trace Adkins

 

 SAREPTA — Trace Adkins walked onto the stage of the Muddy Bottoms ATV Park amphitheater Saturday night to cheers from thousands of screaming fans.

 

The Sa...

Last Updated ( July 08, 2014 )

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Trace Adkins performs at Muddy Bottoms

Trace Adkins performs at Muddy Bottoms

SAREPTA — "Surreal" was how Sarepta native Trace Adkins described his performance at Muddy Bottoms ATV Park Saturday night.

With finally a venue to hold thousands of fans,...

Last Updated ( July 08, 2014 )

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The South prescribes more painkillers, CDC says

NEW YORK — Powerful painkillers have been driving the nation's rising rate of overdose deaths, and now the government is singling out the states where doctors write the m...

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Church members display flags in memory of loved ones

Church members display flags in memory of loved ones

What started as a fundraiser for a church youth group has grown into one of Minden's most stunning patriotic displays with 100 American flags anchoring the corner of Home...

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