Minden Press-Herald

Wednesday
Oct 01st

How’s the Weather Up There?

Even with temperatures falling and ice forming over the last two days, Minden Mayor Bill Robertson said city power outages should be at a minimum. "We've been aggressive in our attempt to trim trees away from power lines," he said. Should ice form on local roadways, Robertson said the street department has plenty of sand on-hand.

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A Minden Police officer directs traffic at the corner of East Union and Sheppard Street for several hours Tuesday while workers with the state Department of Transportation and Development attempt to repair traffic lights. | Press-Herald photo/Bonnie Culverhouse

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Crews work to cover Hwy. 531 at the Interstate 20 overpass with sand to aid traction for vehicles traveling the slippery ice-covered bridge Tuesday morning. | Press-Herald photo/Jeri Bloxom

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Slippery roads may be to blame for a one-vehicle accident on Pine Street Tuesday. Minden firefighters responded to the call after the vehicle, which was allegedly traveling northbound, lost control and struck a gas meter. |Press-Herald photo/Bruce Franklin

 

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