Minden Press-Herald

Tuesday
Jul 29th

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Voters pick Nerren, incumbents

Mike Nerren won the right to wear the robes of retired 26th Judicial District Judge Bruce Bolin in a runoff election Saturday with fellow Republican Whit Graves.

Final unofficial count in Bossier and Webster parishes put Nerren as the winner by less than 1,000 votes. Nerren garnered 7,390 to Graves' 6,412.

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The kindness of strangers

Local kids learn it’s better to give than receive

Christmas may seem a little brighter this year as students attempt to brighten the mood of strangers with random acts of ...

Local News

Santa letters due

To the children of Webster Parish, both young and old:

Santa has a lot to do this time of year, making toys and plotting flight plans with Rudolph and the other reindeer. ...

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School Board Meeting Reminder

The Webster Parish School Board will meet at North Webster High School in Springhill at 6 p.m. to consider and take action with respect to adopting a resolution for Gener...

Law Enforcement

Webster’s Most Wanted: Dec. 10

Webster’s  Most Wanted: Dec. 10

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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Recipe for arrest

Recipe for arrest

It isn't your mother's brownie recipe, but it was a recipe for arrest.

Minden Police have taken a couple into custody on drug charges after finding individually-wrapped ma...

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Fleming: Charges of bias not true

Congressman John Fleming says allegations a Muslim couple was discriminated against at one of his Subway restaurants are completely false, and that he has the videotape t...

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