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Glenbrook officials making plans in wake of gym fire

Glenbrook officials making plans in wake of gym fire

While Assistant Headmaster for Instruction Dr. Naomi Coyle is confident about the future of Glenbrook's music and art classes that were housed in the H.O. West Gymnasium recently destroyed by fire, it will be approximately two to three more weeks before decisions concerning next year's ballgames can be discussed.

"We really don't know anything yet from the standpoint of we still have adjusters coming out," said Bob Moorehead, Glenbrook Trustee.

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More than 100K missing from Webster Coroner’s Office

More than $100,000 is missing from the Webster Parish Coroner's Office, and District Attorney Schuyler Marvin says a suspect has already been named.

"The State Police and ...

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Online meeting ends in arrest

Online meeting ends in arrestA 20-year-old Bossier City man has learned the hard way that Minden is no place to mess around with children.

Tyler A. Johnston of the 1700 block of Oriole Street in Bossi...

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Creative Writing Classes set for Minden City Art Works

Minden City Art Works is offering ten Creative Writing courses taught by Angel Haney.

The classes will be held from 6:30 p.m. until 8 p.m., Tuesday and Thursday nights beg...

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Cullen man going to prison for 10 additional years

Judge John Robinson sentenced Jean Hawthorne, 57, of Cullen to 10 years at hard labor for aggravated battery, illegal use of a weapon and being a convicted felon in posse...

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