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Guin sentenced to five years

Guin sentenced to five years

Judge suspends all but one year

The local man who embezzled nearly $100,000 in public funds from the Webster Parish Coroner's Office has pled guilty to felony theft and sentenced to jail.

Judge Joseph Bleich ordered Bobby Glen Guin to five years in the parish jail with all but one year suspended.

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Who will answer the call to serve?

Who will answer the  call to serve?

In response to the growing need for new volunteer firefighters, Webster Fire District 7 has initiated a recruitment campaign for interested citizens to learn how to "answ...

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Ghost Story Winners, your prize awaits

If you are a winner of our annual Ghost Story contest and have not picked up your monetary prize, please come by the Minden Press-Herald, 203 Gleason Street between 8 a.m...

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Dealing a hand for charity

Some proceeds go to United Christian Home

Get ready to go all in for a good cause this weekend as a local Mardi Gras Krewe is holding a fundraiser for a local charity.

The ...

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Tickets on sale for 15 Under 40 event

Tickets are now on sale for the Minden-South Webster Chamber of Commerce 2nd Annual 15 Under 40 Awards hosted at the Minden Civic Center, 520 Broadway

The event will be he...

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Blast draws fast reaction

Blast draws fast reaction

Explosion was second in less than a month

After an explosion Tuesday morning at Camp Minden, GOEX Powder Inc., reacted quickly, following procedures for explosions and cal...

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In typical Fasching Fashion

In typical Fasching Fashion

Despite Sunday's windy and wet weather, the second annual Fasching celebration had much to offer.

"There were a few things that came up as we were setting up this year," M...

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