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Jul 24th

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Change affects real estate tax

Webster Parish voters heading back to the polls will be faced with one Constitutional Amendment that would prevent new taxes and fees on the sale of real estate.

According to the Public Affairs Research Council, some states and localities charge a special conveyance tax or fee on a real estate transfer for the purpose of supplementing their general revenue or for purposes unrelated to the government expense of recording or administering the transaction.

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Row your boat a-shore ...

Row your boat a-shore ...

... and stay a while

Paddling trails along Bayou Dorcheat highlight a Webster Parish Convention and Vistors' Bureau (WPCVB) drive to bring nature-based tourism (NBT) into ...

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Task force nets 10

Continuing with their goal to remove drugs and their distributors from the streets, a north Webster Task Force consisting of Springhill police officers, their chief and a...
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Turkey Contest Winners

Listed here are the winners for the Minden Press-Herald's Turkey Contest. If you are a winner, go by the store where your name was drawn to pick up your gift certificate ...

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Nativity scene OK

Nativity scene OK

Library officials clear up policy on religious displays

Webster Parish Library (WPL) officials have worked with Webster Parish Police Jury attorney Patrick Jackson to clea...

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Businessman under arrest

Webster Parish deputies arrested a Minden businessman Tuesday on charges of theft and failure to report (a motor vehicle accident).

Sheriff Gary Sexton said Ronald Doyle V...

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Open house kicks off holiday season

Holiday events galore are on schedule for Christmas in Minden this year.

First on the agenda is the Christmas Business Open House Sunday, November 20 from noon until 5 p.m...

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