Minden Press-Herald

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Jul 29th

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Changes in court

Judge must approve school reconfiguration plan

The Webster Parish School Board and community members will have to wait nearly two weeks to find out if decisions to reconfigure schools and change attendance zones will be approved.

Federal District Judge Hicks presided over a hearing in Shreveport yesterday, as Attorney Robert Hammonds explained the case for approving the board's proposals.

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Copper thieves strike high line

Copper thieves strike high line

Webster Parish Sheriff's detectives solved a number of area theft cases this week during a single investigation that began with missing copper wire.

Johnathon E. Langley a...

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Tourney racks up funds for Fuller

Tourney racks up funds for Fuller

The 9th Annual Fuller Center for Housing/Webster Parish once again achieved the goal of the event – to raise funds to help God's people in need build simple, decent house...

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Woofstock benefits four-legged friends

Woofstock benefits four-legged friends

Animal lovers looking to have a good time this weekend while supporting a cause might visit the area's first annual WoofStock.

The event, created Lucky Dog Rescue owner Ti...

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DBA: Shoppers wanted locally

On Tuesday night, Minden’s Downtown Business Association met over a potluck dinner to discuss upcoming events and issues that affect business owners, community members an...
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