Minden Press-Herald

Wednesday
Jul 23rd

Life

Chicken Tortillia Soup

In the over four years of living in Minden, I was bragging I had not had a URI (Upper Respiratory Infection) or the flu. That recently changed and I developed a sore throat, nasal congestion and cough. The coughing is still annoying and has left me with a raspy voice. I lost my appetite (probably a good thing) and only desired hot coffee, hot tea, fruit yogurt and sherbet; all of which felt soothing to my throat.

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Gipson named CEO

Gipson named CEO

Tia Gipson, a Minden native and 1998 graduate of Minden High School, was recently named Chief Executive Officer of Independence Heights Community Health Center, a federal...

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In honor of Black History Month, the Minden Press-Herald sought short essays or poems from students in 4th through 8th grades and 9th through 12th grades. Essays or poems needed to explain why this month of observance is important and be no more than 150

In honor of Black History Month, the Minden Press-Herald sought short essays or poems from students in 4th through 8th grades and 9th through 12th grades. Essays or poems...

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Weaver -Redding engaged to marry

Weaver -Redding engaged to marry

Kelly Marie Weaver and John Douglas Redding are happy to announce their engagement and forth-coming marriage.

Kelly is the daughter of Danny and Lucy Weaver, and the grand...

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Trollope - McGowan engaged to marry

Trollope - McGowan engaged to marry

Allison Trollope of Kingman, Kansas and Michael McGowan of Galva, Kansas, are pleased to announce their engagement and upcoming marriage.

Alison is the daughter of Mark an...

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