Minden Press-Herald

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Sep 01st

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Answering a call for help

Answering a call for help

Minden Fire Chief Kip Mourad responded to a call for help earlier this week, when he was asked by the Joint Task Force Commission to send as much equipment and as many volunteers as could be spared to aid areas in south Louisiana affected by then-Hurricane Isaac.

"It's great that our city is willing to let us send our guys down there to help out," Mourad said. "I know our residents would appreciate other departments and volunteers coming to our aid, if we should ever need it. And that is what it is all about – helping each other."

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Taking out the Feds

Minden businessman John Madden has asked the Webster Parish School Board to look into obtaining unitary status – a move that would mean the system could operate without F...

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Man arrested for trying to choke spouse

Man arrested for trying to choke spouse

An evening out ended on a bad note for a husband and wife who had a disagreement after returning home.

Kenneth Casey, 27, of the 300 block of Gum Street, is charged with f...

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Attempted Manslaughter

Attempted Manslaughter

Springhill man enters plea to reduced charge

After allegedly taking a shot at a Webster Parish Sheriff's Deputy on Christmas Day in 2011, Jesse David Christian may have re...

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Fire board ‘lays off’ Hurley

Fire board ‘lays off’ Hurley

Action taken against DA’s advice

Cotton Valley Fire Protection District 8 has "laid-off" the employment of its embattled assistant fire chief, Adam Hurley. His effective l...

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