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Aug 29th

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Police look for foiled thief

Minden police are looking for a man who tried to rob a woman Monday evening on Main Street.

Chief Steve Cropper said around 7:30 p.m., a woman leaving a walk-up ATM at a bank facing Main Street entered her car and drove about a block before deciding to pull over and put her money away.

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Officer remains under scrutiny

Wallace to Town of Sibley: ‘We aren’t going away’

Rev. Kenneth Wallace wanted to make it clear to Sibley Town Council that he isn't going away.

Wallace, president of Minden...

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‘A Great Step Forward’

‘A Great Step Forward’

Minden Fire Department takes rating from Class 3 to Class 2

Thousands of man hours over the past two years have paid off for Minden residents and property owners.

The Prope...

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Luncheon kicks off Fasching fest

There are still a few tickets left for the Fifth Season Commencement Brunch to be held November 11 at 11:11 a.m. at Orleans on Main in downtown Minden to kick off the Fas...
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A Springhill family of five was injured in a single vehicle rollover crash early Monday on La. 159 (Lewisville Road) at its intersection with Redhill Road. According to investigating state troopers, 38-year-old Jason Youngblood and his four children, ages

Reports: father and three children were unrestrained

A Springhill family of five was injured in a single vehicle rollover crash early Monday on La. 159 (Lewisville Road) a...

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