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Sep 20th

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Shooter claims need for attention

Shooter claims need for attentionCalling it a "need for attention," a Minden man, who was arrested on second degree battery charges earlier in September, is back in jail after he fired a .357 revolver near his wife's work place.

Jeremy Colt Smith, 28, of the 1600 block of Old Arcadia Road, was arrested September 15 for illegal use of a weapon in the Minden city limits, home invasion, aggravated assault and on a warrant for distribution of CDS Sch. I (Marijuana).

Minden Police detective Sgt. Heath Balkom said around 10:30 p.m. on September 14, witnesses reported shots fired at the corner of U.S. Hwy. 80 and La. Hwy. 531, near a convenience store where Smith's wife is employed.

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Josh Beavers

Congressman Fleming Said Nothing Wrong

Dr. John Fleming has found himself at the center of a firestorm over comments he made Monday deemed insensitive and out of touch by liberal bloggers across the World Wide...

Last Updated ( September 21, 2011 )

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New billboard near Texas state line

In support of the effort to promote "nature-based" tourism in Webster Parish, we are participating in the new Louisiana Travel Promotion Association's "Louisiana Outdoor ...

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Josh Beavers

Thank You Mr. Williams

The First Time I met Butch Williams was at a local civic gathering. Speaking to members of the Minden Lions Club, the then Lakeside High principal expounded upon the impo...

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Josh Beavers

Home of the Brave

Annual Press-Herald Publication is a Tribute to Our Nation, Our Heroes, Our Way of Life

What does it mean to you? Burgers on the grill? Coca-Cola? Summer heat? Fireworks?

Y...

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