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Reclaimed status allows for tax exempt donations for shelter

Reclaimed status allows for tax exempt donations for shelter

Charlotte Jones knows a homeless man who comes to United Christian Assistance Program (UCAP) every few months for food.

"He lives in a car somewhere with his family ... he comes for bread, diapers and formula," Jones said. "For a while he mowed the grass at a local motel, so they could live there."

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Minden ladies home after Miss Louisiana

Minden ladies home after Miss Louisiana

Paige McCoy is home and ready to focus on her duties as Miss Minden after the week that is the Miss Louisiana Pageant.

"I think it went as best as it possibly could have,"...

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Rawls reacts to Common Core dispute

Rawls reacts to Common Core dispute

Members of the state Board of Elementary and Secondary Education are scheduled to meet Tuesday in what could be shaping up as another round of debate over the fate of Com...

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Weekend storm brings damage

Weekend storm brings damage

Minden firefighters, police and homeowners remove a large tree on the corner of East Todd and Drew Lane that reportedly fell during high winds and heavy rain Saturday aft...

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Miss Louisiana Preliminaries Kick Off

Miss Louisiana Preliminaries Kick Off

MONROE — Three down and two to go — portions of competition that is for 32 women vying for the title of Miss Louisiana, four of which are from Minden.

Thursday was the fir...

Last Updated ( June 27, 2014 )

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Trial set in sex crimes case

Trial set in sex crimes case

Just a few short weeks after one Webster Parish man was found guilty and another was sentenced to life in prison on similar charges, a Cotton Valley man is facing a jury ...

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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...

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