Minden Press-Herald

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Aug 28th

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One House at a Time

One House at a Time

Third annual Legacy Build kicks off in Minden

The sounds of pounding hammers echoed throughout the neighborhood as the walls of eight new homes began to go up on Millard Fuller Drive, the site of the 3rd Annual Millard Fuller Legacy Build.

With literal signs of encouraging words, such as, "We must become the change we want to see," scattered throughout the site and more than 300 volunteers from around the United States working together, 70-year-old Linda Fuller Degelmann, widow of Millard Fuller, stopped her work to reflect on how all of this began.

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Rumors fly over study results

Rumors fly over study results

New ‘Peabody’ to be made public October 24

Fear and uncertainty have begun to rumble through the rumor mill about possible recommendations outlined in what has become know...

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MMC adds ‘Happy’ doctor

MMC adds ‘Happy’ doctor

New pediatrician believes attitude is contagious

As a parent of two children, Dr. Cristal Kirby understands the trust that must be built between parents and a physician as...

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Law Enforcement

Police Blotter: October 10-16

The following arrests were made by Minden Police the week of October 10 through 16.

September 10

Dwymon Bridges, 39, of the 100 block of Hall Street was arrested on a warra...

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A New Queen Reigns

A New Queen Reigns

Minden High School Principal Robin Tucker crowns MHS Homecoming Queen Kelsey Osbon during ceremonies before the game Friday night. She was escorted by her father, Darryl ...

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