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Neville eliminates Crimson Tide

Neville eliminates Crimson Tide

The Minden Crimson Tide traveled to Monroe Friday night to take on the #1 seeded Neville Tigers in their second round playoff game and found out why the Tigers are the top seed in 4A. Neville dominated the game on both sides of the ball, grinding out over 300 yards on the ground and holding the Tide to only 55 yards total in the first half. The Tigers scored five times in the first half alone, leading to a dominating 44-22 Neville win.

Minden was able to move the ball some against the bigger and faster Neville defense. Quarterback Turner Francis was able to complete five of his first six passes, mixing them up between Javion Johnson, Coltan Haynes, and Derek Herrington. However, Neville was able to keep the gains from the passes to a very minimum, while holding the Tide's rushing game to negative yardage.

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Reynolds takes race

Reynolds takes race

District 10 voters kept history alive by putting the Democratic candidate back in the House of Representatives seat.

Gene Reynolds defeated Republican Jerri de Pingre' Sat...

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Sisters turn bad into good

Sisters turn bad into good

"The case from hell," is the description given by advocates in foster care when Savanah and Siarah Hall were switched to their new home in 2009.

Fortunately, that's not wh...

Last Updated ( November 22, 2011 )

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Man arrested in fatal stabbing

Man arrested in fatal stabbing

Bossier City police have arrested a 20-year-old man in connection with the Friday night stabbing death of his mother, a one-time Minden resident.

Twenty-year-old Christoph...

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Reynolds takes District 10 seat

Reynolds takes District 10 seat

Gene Reynolds wins the District 10 House of Representative seat with 4,232 votes.

Jerri Ray dePringre' had 3,508 votes with 100% of precincts reporting.

Check Monday's Mind...

Last Updated ( November 19, 2011 )

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Rep race headliner

For the first time since 1998, District 10 voters will send a new representative to Baton Rouge in the Spring.

With current state Rep. Jean Doerge, D-10 term limited, vote...

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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...

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