Minden Press-Herald

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Jul 09th

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Common Core dispute shouldn't delay scores

Common Core dispute shouldn't delay scores

BATON ROUGE — Gov. Bobby Jindal's administration said Thursday that public school fourth-graders and eighth-graders who retook their standardized tests this summer should get their results on time, despite Jindal's suspension of the testing contract.

The retests for students who previously failed the high-stakes tests are used to determine if the students advance to the next grade, and Superintendent of Education John White had suggested Jindal's actions on the contract could stall scoring.

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Local News

Construction continunes on Interstate 20

Construction continunes on Interstate 20

Construction continues along Interstate 20 as Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development crews continue tree clearing and installing cable barriers. The 56-mi...

State News

Shreveport fire chief indicted for malfeasance

Shreveport fire chief indicted for malfeasance

SHREVEPORT— Shreveport Fire Chief Craig Mulford surrendered Thursday to Caddo Parish authorities on charges of malfeasance in office.

A grand jury handed up a secret indic...

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Local News

Miss Louisiana preliminaries begin tonight in Monroe

Miss Louisiana preliminaries begin tonight in Monroe

MONROE — Four Minden ladies are halfway through Miss Louisiana week, though they have only made it through one portion of competition.

It's Miss Minden Paige McCoy's secon...

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Local News

Minden man arrested on drug charges

Minden man arrested on drug charges

Things got a little physical for a trio of Minden police officers during a traffic stop last week and a local man now faces drug charges as a result of the confrontation....

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US/World News

Police ready to abide by court's cellphone ruling

Police ready to abide by court's cellphone ruling

LOS ANGELES — Officers are being briefed during roll calls, new procedures are in place, and prosecutors are considering the effect on potentially thousands of pending co...

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More retail, jobs, people relocating to Bossier

More retail, jobs, people relocating to Bossier

BOSSIER CITY— Bossier's growth spurt is far from over.

Factors including population and demographics continue to drive new businesses to the area. Rocky Rockett, Executive...

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