Minden Press-Herald

Tuesday
Sep 23rd
Cooler temperatures move into area

Cooler temperatures move into area

Autumn began yesterday, and if it feels a little more "fall-ish" outside, it could be because of a slight drop in temperatures and the changing leaves.

According to the National Weather Service, temper...

Thieves taking political signs

Thieves taking political signs

Election 2014 is in full swing and signs promoting various candidates have ...

Residents fight off alleged home invader

Residents fight off alleged home invader

A Shreveport man who allegedly entered a Minden residence uninvited in the ...

Scenes from Glenbrook’s Homecoming Game

Scenes from Glenbrook’s Homecoming Game

Glenbrook Headmaster Darden Gladney crowns 2014 Homecoming Queen Kaitie Kid...

 

Police blotter: September 9-21

Local and parish law enforcement officers reported the following arrests for the period September 9 through September 21.

Ronald Hightower, 40, a resident of the 100 block...

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A story of the drought of the late 1800s

A story of the drought of the late 1800s

This has been a long, hot summer. I was forced to dig my caladiums this past week because they were so small, stunted and needing almost daily watering. I had not conside...

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Dr. Weldon Hatcher

Dr. Weldon Hatcher

Dr. Weldon Hatcher departed this earth the morning of September 12 at the age of 81, after a long and difficult struggle with Parkinson's. He is preceded in death by his ...

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Minden loses to Haughton, 42-14

Minden loses to Haughton, 42-14
 
The Minden High Crimson Tide traveled down Highway 80 Friday night for a showdown with their long-time rivals, the Haughton Buccaneers. 
 
With both the hom...
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Another Missed Opportunity for Minden?

Another Missed Opportunity for Minden?

Pitchforks were out Tuesday night at Minden's civic center.

Members of the Minden Historic Residential District met to discuss the proposed bed and breakfast/event venue t...

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Confession + Believing = Salvation

Confession + Believing = Salvation

Equation: the arrangement of statements in a timely order, separated by the 'equal' symbol, so the statements grouped on the left side are equal to those on the right sid...

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