Minden Press-Herald

Monday
Jul 14th
The passing of a legend: T.C. Bloxom Jr.

The passing of a legend: T.C. Bloxom Jr.

The man known to all of Minden simply as "The Chief" will be laid to rest Tuesday, following a service celebrating his life at 10 a.m. at First Baptist Church.

T. C. (Thomas Cameron) Bloxom Jr., was bo...

Friends remember Chief Bloxom

Friends remember Chief Bloxom

He was Cameron to those of his generation who knew him well. To just about ...

Updated: Missing Dubberly child found

Updated: Missing Dubberly child found

UPDATED:

The child was found just before 8:30 a.m., Monday.


Webster Parish Sh...

1996 KTBS newscast of Minden

Video of a 1996 KTBS newscast featuring Chief T.C. Bloxom and the Minden co...

 

Reynolds announces bid for ward marshal

Reynolds announces bid for ward marshal

Life-long Webster Parish resident Dustin W. Reynolds has announced his bid for candidacy in the November 4 election for Minden City-Ward I Marshal.

Reynolds, an 18-year la...

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‘Use the basement’ and other sayings

‘Use the basement’ and other sayings

In the old (1910) High School Building (it was located on the site of the present Minden High School Building) that also housed the elementary grades, the bathrooms were ...

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Helen F. Murphy

A private memorial service will be held at a later date for Helen F. Murphy, 85, of Minden.

Helen was born Dec. 13, 1928, in Evansville, Ind. and entered into rest July 9,...

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Nationals finish up tourney play

Nationals finish up tourney play

HAUGHTON — The Dixie Youth Minden Nationals finished their run the District IV Tournament in Haughton with a 2-2 record.

Game 1: Minden Nationals 7, Minden Continentals 15...

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70 Years Later: Remembering the Men Who Changed the World

70 Years Later: Remembering the Men Who Changed the World

Today is the anniversary of the sacrifice that changed the world.

Seventy years ago, more than 160,000 troops participated in the Normandy landings on June 6, 1944. It was...

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Confession + Believing = Salvation

Confession + Believing = Salvation

Equation: the arrangement of statements in a timely order, separated by the 'equal' symbol, so the statements grouped on the left side are equal to those on the right sid...

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