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Rodeo grant beats the clock

The Springhill Rodeo will kick off this week, but their request for an advertising grant was almost kicked to the side.

A close vote by The Webster Parish Convention and Visitors Bureau Commission allowed the funding to slide under the fence, despite the commission's regulations stating otherwise.

The Springhill Rodeo Association requested $2,500 for advertising for the event.

Last Updated ( June 07, 2011 )

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Law Enforcement

Police Blotter: May 30 - June 5

The following arrests were made by Minden Police during the week of May 30 through June 5.

May 30

Rankin Thomas, 29, of the 200 block of Stanley Street, was arrested on a b...

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Explosion at Camp Minden

An explosion at a Camp Minden plant early today reportedly injured at least one person. Most Minden residents felt their homes shake around 6:20 a.m., when the explosion ...

Last Updated ( June 07, 2011 )

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Water rising?

City council to vote on water rate hike

Members of the Minden City Council will vote today on whether to raise water rates locally.

An ordinance amending the rates is on th...

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Schools study on schedule

A study of the Webster Parish School System is on schedule, despite the lack of hours consultants have been able to spend while area schools were in session.

The study is ...

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Needy species get help

Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar recently announced a joint effort to identify and implement administrative changes to the Endangered Species Act (ESA).

U.S. Fish and...

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Harper gets WEEF grant

Next year, students at Harper Elementary will benefit from a literacy grant awarded to educator Stacy Brown.

Brown’s first grade class at Central Elementary School has alr...

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