Minden Press-Herald

Wednesday
Apr 23rd

Opinion

Other Opinion

Still More Stuff

When it comes to erring on the side of silliness, some things are as obvious as a pig in a mosque.

For instance, the Associated Press, long considered a pillar of reporting and an example for journalists world wide, has been making changes in its style book. For those outside the business, the AP style book was once considered the Bible of how to present the who, what, when, where and why of news. Reporters were often called on the carpet for violating any of the "rules" set forth in the granite stones of the style book.

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Other Opinion

Being Intentional Not As Easy As It Sounds

I have the privilege of hosting a church life group in our home. During our most recent meeting, we discussed "meditating on God's word."
Blessed is the one who does not w...

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Letters to the Editor

April is National Car Care Month

Dear Editor,

If you own a vehicle, chances are it needs some work. National Car Care Month in April is the ideal time to spring into action and give your car some extra at...

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Letters to the Editor

Jindal Tax Plan Will Hurt Small Businesses

Dear Editor:

Small businesses are the backbone of much of Louisiana, yet we are increasingly fighting to survive. As a small business owner in North Louisiana, I take prid...

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Letters to the Editor

Move Forward with LNG Initiative

Dear Editor:

In his State of the Union Address, President Obama pledged to combat climate change and to move forward with development of our nation's oil and natural gas r...

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