Minden Press-Herald

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Apr 17th

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Some Dubberly residents may lose natural gas services

Some Dubberly residents may lose natural gas services

DUBBERLY — Jim Wall's Nursery Road home is surrounded by natural gas lines. But unless an agreement can be reached to tie his and 11 other homes into those nearby existing lines, Wall and the others will have to pay to convert their homes to propane.

About a month ago, nearly 40 residents on a gas line owned by Boardwalk (Gulfsouth) and supplied by Atlas were notified via letters taped to their doors that the companies were abandoning the line, leaving them without natural gas as of May 1.

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Law Enforcement

Police Blotter: April 7-9

The following arrests were made by local law enforcement April 7 through April 9.

Keegan Blide, 20, of the 1100 block of Woodward Street, Ruston, driving while intoxicated...

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State News

Sentencing next month for convicted child killer

MANSFIELD — Convicted child killer Brian Horn will be formally sentenced to death at 9 a.m. May 28.

District Judge Robert Burgess set the date Wednesday. It falls a few da...

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Local News

Webster school's surveillance system nearing completion

Webster school's surveillance system nearing completion

If there ever will be a violent threat to a Webster Parish school, officials are better prepared to eliminate it.

A security project several years in the works that allows...

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Local News

Special ceremony commemorates La. soldiers

Special ceremony commemorates La. soldiers
For 58-year-old Tom von Kaenel, a retired American soldier living in Six Mile, S. C., the best way to honor his fallen comrades is a challenge – a Sea2Sea Challenge
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