Minden Press-Herald

Apr 18th

Mrs. Lormand's Chocolate Pie

In the Bridge City First Baptist Church, there were two Senior Adult Sunday school classes. Mac was the Department Head of the eldest group age 75+. One of the members, a long time member of that church, Mrs. Lormand, was a well respected and loved Christian lady. As she became older she slowly developed a hearing loss. Now anyone that is acquainted with Mac knows he has a clearly distinct, well spoken voice. Before classes began, Mac would make his announcements and present a short devotional.


Webster Parish Schools opened 80 years ago

With this week marking the beginning of school in Webster Parish I am rerunning an article I published five years ago, on September 1, 2006. So as you read the article it...


Welcome to the World: Addison Page Simpson

Welcome to the World: Addison Page Simpson

Addison Page Simpson is the daughter of Kali Thomason and Chuck Simpson. She was born May 12, 2011 at Minden Medical Center. She weighed 7 lbs 3 oz and was 21 inches long...

Smart - Gros engaged to marry

Smart - Gros  engaged to marry

Keith and Kim Smart of Sibley are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Kimberly "Lauren" Smart to Jeremy Glenn Gros, son of Patrick and Diane Gros of Fry...

LSU AgCenter specialist testifies in Congressional salvinia hearing

Experts gave testimony on giant salvinia at a Congressional natural resources subcommittee hearing led by Rep. John Fleming at LSUS June 27.

Dearl Sanders, an invasive spe...

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