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A Hero’s Welcome

A Hero’s Welcome

The word "Hero" means something different to everyone; however, "Hero" means two words to one local high school: DeAngelo McDonald.

On Wednesday, October 5, McDonald – a 2010 Glenbrook High graduate – received a hero's welcome as he returned home to Minden from Afghanistan on a two-week "R & R" leave.

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UCAP cupboard is bare

UCAP cupboard is bare

The waiting area is full, the front door continues to open and close with patrons entering and leaving, while the office area and donation areas are a-buzz with volunteer...

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Parish applies hiring freeze

Webster Parish Police Jury employees and parish road crew employees are being affected by a hiring freeze.

No new employees will be hired, and employees who leave will not...

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Mayor talks to Lions

Minden Mayor Bill Robertson gave a general overview of the state of the city during last week's lunch meeting of the local Lions Club.

Robertson said despite the troubles ...

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Blanton asks to keep seat

Blanton asks to keep seat

Submitted by Bruce Blanton

For the past 2-1/2 terms, I have had the privilege of serving as the Dist. 1 representative on the police jury. I sincerely thank the voters of ...

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