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Police lose K-9 cop

Police lose K-9 cop

Services are pending for Minden Police K-9 officer Kash.

The four-legged friend to local law enforcement died Sunday evening at the home he shared for nearly four years with Ofc. Danny "Bo" Turner and his family.

Chief Steve Cropper said cause of death for the nearly nine-year-old dog remains unclear.

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From the Ground Up

From the Ground Up

NWLTC faculty gets first view of new facility

Last week, faculty of Northwest Louisiana Technical College took a tour of their future work environment, as crews were busy ...

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Program paves the way for upgrades

Two sections of state highway in Webster Parish will see some attention in the near future as part of a statewide initiative to upgrade rural roads.

"Since taking office, ...

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DA’s office on track with Tracker Program

DA’s office on track with Tracker Program

Bossier-Webster District Attorney J. Schuyler Marvin conducts opening remarks at a press conference Monday in Benton. Pictured are Rick Avery, Bossier Parish Police Juror...

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Reward Offered

Reward Offered

A $1,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the conviction of suspects who have robbed Superior Car Wash on Shreveport Road. The business was most recentl...

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Dolls for Dolls

Dolls for Dolls

Minden women donate Barbies

Donations from two Minden women, Marjorie Childs and Sybil Bell, have made life easier for young girls at St. Jude affiliate cen...

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Traffic study denies signal

Concerned Shongaloo residents may not have gotten a traffic control light at Bailey's Crossing, but according to Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development, r...

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