Minden Press-Herald

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Jul 24th

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Hwy. 79 project stalled

Widening of U.S. Hwy. 79/Homer Road has hit yet another roadblock and may be stalled indefinitely.

Minden Mayor Bill Robertson said the project is on hold until the city and the state Department of Transportation and Development can reach an agreement on moving infrastructure, which belongs to the city.

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MMC enhances Alzheimer’s awareness

As America grays, many of us dread the prospect that we or someone we love will contract Alzheimer's Disease, a degenerative and incurable condition that slowly robs peop...

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Law Enforcement

Webster's Most Wanted: November 26

Webster's Most Wanted: November 26

These individuals are wanted by local law enforcement agencies for various infractions of the law. If you know the location of any of those featured in Webster's Most Wan...

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Local News

Media highlighting Webster

Commissioners of the Webster Parish Tourism and Visitors Commission were greeted by a slew of periodicals and video productions on Tuesday during their last scheduled mee...

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Local News

Separation Anxiety

Separation Anxiety

Minden Police, store personnel reunite child, guardian

Minden Black Friday shoppers may be able to shop calmly knowing Minden Police Department and store personnel are on ...

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Local News

Attempt quashed to quash charges

Good faith meant a poor outcome for motions filed on behalf of former Cotton Valley fire chief Dennis Meshell and assistant chief Adam Hurley.

Attorney Marty Stroud attemp...

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Local News

New instructor has right tools for the job

Northwest Louisiana Technical College welcomed Jerry Watkins as its new Machine Tool Technology instructor November 12.

Watkins takes the reins from Alan Myers, who has se...

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