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Juror: Ready and wound up

In 1995 Perry Kirkland lost his bid for re-election to the Webster Parish Police Jury District 5 seat, but now he has returned 15 years later. He said he is looking forward to working with the other jurors to move the parish forward.

"The jurors that are there are mindful of the needs of the parish," Kirkland said. "I'm just looking forward to serving with them – a very good group. I'm still ready and wound up to go.

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Commission, Chamber agree

A cooperative agreement with Minden Chamber of Commerce, a number of advertising grants for local events and some housekeeping duties marked the beginning of 2012 for Web...
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Law Enforcement

Police Blotter: January 10-16

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

January 10

Eric L. Smith, 18, of the 200 block of Camp Street, was arrested on w...

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Sibley officer resign

Sibley is minus one police officer following last week's resignation of Officer Daniel Waites.

Waites had been at the center of a public firestorm for the better part of t...

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Local News

Friday unlucky for one

Friday unlucky for one

Friday the 13th proved to be an unlucky day to take a stroll for a Minden man who was wanted by the law.

Derrick Kemp, 31, of the 100 block of Cox Lane, was arrested by Mi...

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Traffic Advisory:

Beginning today the bridge on Dorcheat Road between Blue Run Road and Pruitt Road will be closed. The Webster Parish Police Jury is making this closure for approximately ...

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Community services offering LIHEAP

Webster Parish Community Services is offering the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP). Funds have been made available for fiscal year 2012 for non-crisis a...

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