Minden Press-Herald

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Jul 28th

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Council affirms pledge

The City of Minden affirmed its pledge to work toward hiring more African American police officers following concerns voiced during Monday's monthly city council meeting.

During the audience comments portion of the meeting, the Rev. Kenneth Wallace told the council he was concerned because out of 36 Minden police officers only eight are African Americans.

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Indy Bowl tickets on sale at Chamber

Tickets are on sale locally for the 2012 AdvoCare V100 Independence Bowl.

"We have partnered with the Minden-South Webster Chamber of Commerce to be our ticket outlet in t...

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DOTD paves way in meeting

The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development has scheduled a public meeting to discuss an improvement project at the intersecton of La. Hwy. 531 and Interst...

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Medical assist turns to drug bust

Medical assist turns to drug bust

An undisclosed medical emergency landed a Minden woman in a different quandry with local law enforcement.

Yolanda Frazier, 33, of the 500 block of South Street, was arrest...

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Christmas Festival Continues

A happy Tonya Garland of Sarepta was presented $300 from Sarepta Alderman and Christmas Festival President Peggy Adkins.

When claiming her $250 prize at the festival, Tony...

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Doyline Still Closed

Residents remain homeless

Doyline residents will be displaced until at least Tuesday after an additional five million pounds of M6, a smokeless explosive propellant, was f...

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Robber shot amid evacuation

An elderly couple in south Webster Parish proved they will not be taken advantage of after their home was broken into Sunday at 1:30 a.m.

The couple's Shiloh Road residenc...

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