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Police jury discusses board ordinance

Police jury discusses board ordinance

Most of the various boards under the umbrella of the Webster Parish Police Jury comply with state requirements pertaining to meetings and records, and jurors want to keep it that way as well as bring others into compliance.

During Tuesday's intergovernmental committee meeting, jurors discussed implementing reminders of an ordinance passed in June 2012 that requires boards created by the jury, including fire district, water works and communications, to file an annual report with the jury.

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Webster sheriff to collect taxes for municipalities

Webster sheriff to collect taxes for municipalities

Parish officials are working together to make tax collection easier for municipalities.

Sheriff Gary Sexton and tax assessor Morris Guin are working with mayors of parish ...

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Lott hopes to retain school board seat

Lott hopes to retain school board seat

Jerry Lott, current school board member in District II, announced that he will be a candidate for this seat again in the November 2014 election. District II includes the ...

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Friday is deadline for campaign announcements

Friday, August 8 is the deadline for aspiring candidates to submit announcements of their intentions to run for office to the Minden Press-Herald.

The Press-Herald will pu...

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Law Enforcement

Police Blotter: July 28-21

City and parish law enforcement officers made the following arrests for the period July 28 through July 31.

Benjamin Washington, 56, 700 block of Allen Drive, Minden, poss...

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Easleys expanding photography business

Easleys expanding photography business

A downtown Minden business is expanding, and with additional grant funding is remodeling its new Pearl Street location.

Easley Art Gallery, which includes photography, pri...

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­­Warmack gets 90 years in incest case

­­Warmack gets 90 years in incest case

Leland Warmack will spend 60 years in prison for aggravated incest and 30 years for molestation of a juvenile to be served concurrently and with no chance of probation, W...

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