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It was a wet field and a rainy night in Minden on Friday. The sloppy conditions played perfectly into Haynesville's hands as they defeated the... [Read More]
MARIA GONZALEZ Special to the Minden Press-Herald SPRINGHILL ­ McDonald's employees put on their friendliest faces as they welcomed community members to their grand re-opening... [Read More]
Assistant Secretary of Louisiana State Parks Gene Reynolds visited the Minden Lions Club Thursday to update the Lions on developments at Lake Bistineau State Park... [Read More]
MARIA GONZALEZ Special to the Minden Press-Herald SPRINGHILL ­ The four-day long Fuller Center Estate Sale came to an end Monday afternoon, and event coordinators... [Read More]
Leaders at Minden Medical Center wish to make the public aware of a relatively new, crucial aspect of its relationship with the community: the Patient... [Read More]
On the heels of passing a balanced budget Monday night, the Minden City Council was given less than stellar news about sales tax collections within... [Read More]
This week, my Facebook feed has been clogged with opinions about Nike's Colin Kaepernick advertising campaign. The outrage stems from his (and other athletes') refusal... [Read More]
Deadline to register is Friday, Oct. 5 Special to the Minden Press-Herald MINDEN — Fayrine Kennon-Gilbert, Chairperson for National Night Out, along with Mayor Tommy... [Read More]
Museum's fundraising auction set for Monday night The wait is almost over. The annual fundraiser gala for the Dorcheat Historical Association Museum will take place... [Read More]
For the second time, the Greater Minden Chamber's First Responder Appreciation Event on September 11 will be open to the public. Sponsored by Town &... [Read More]
We're heading into week two (week four for Glenbrook) and everyone is talking football again. We've seen just enough of our favorite teams to play... [Read More]
It is always fun to look back at the old local newspapers to get a glimpse of what life was like in Minden. This week's... [Read More]
After multiple budget workshops, little fanfare, and no public comment, the Minden City Council unanimously passed the 2018-19 budget Tuesday night. A public hearing for... [Read More]
Campbell, Brown make their cases For months, the Minden Press-Herald has chronicled various sides of the story surrounding Claiborne Electric Cooperative's proposed rural internet deal... [Read More]
Asa James "A.J." Robinson, Sr., 96, of Minden, Louisiana, heeded to the midnight call and departed from this world for his celestial home on September... [Read More]
Across the country, fans of numerous teams are already popping champagne or ready to fire their coach as the first games wrapped up this weekend.... [Read More]
In light of all that is happening around the country, the world and in some cases, our own backyards, the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated... [Read More]
Special to the Minden Press-Herald The Historic Hwy 80 Yard sale runs from Texas to Georgia and occurs two times a year: the third weekend... [Read More]
Services for Mrs. Mary Helen Baker Gantt will be 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, September 5, 2018, at Mt. Olive Baptist Church with burial to follow at... [Read More]
Editor's Note: The following are events scheduled for the Webster Parish Library in September. September Showtimes and Dates: *Children under the age of 13 must... [Read More]
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