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The South prescribes more painkillers, CDC says

NEW YORK — Powerful painkillers have been driving the nation's rising rate of overdose deaths, and now the government is singling out the states where doctors write the most prescriptions.

A second report released Tuesday spotlights how a crackdown in Florida led to hundreds fewer overdose deaths from prescription painkillers in just a few years.

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Church members display flags in memory of loved ones

Church members display flags in memory of loved ones

What started as a fundraiser for a church youth group has grown into one of Minden's most stunning patriotic displays with 100 American flags anchoring the corner of Home...

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Muddy Bottoms set to get muddy for the military

Muddy Bottoms set to get muddy for the military

SAREPTA — Mud, munitions and music — everything is all set for a weekend of "Mudding for the Military" at Muddy Bottoms ATV Park in north Webster Parish.

About six weeks a...

Last Updated ( July 03, 2014 )

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Holiday Closures

All local banks and their branches will be closed Friday in observance of Fourth of July holiday.

The main branch of the U.S. Post Office on Monroe Street will be closed, ...

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Benny Gray Announces Candidacy

Benny Gray Announces Candidacy

As the current Minden City Council representative for District E, Benny Gray would like to announce his candidacy for re-election this fall. Gray is a lifelong resident o...

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