Monday, January 23, 2017

Messages lead to cyberstalking arrest

SIBLEY – A man is accused of cyberstalking after a heated message exchange over a woman, Webster Parish Sheriff Gary Sexton said. The victim pressed...

Human trafficking topic at Lions luncheon

Human trafficking was the topic of conversation at Thursday's weekly Minden Lions Club Luncheon. The Minden Lions welcomed guest speaker Laurie McGehee, a 32-year...

Chamber welcomes incoming board members

The Minden-South Webster Chamber of Commerce held their annual Board of Directors Retreat Wednesday to lay out plans for 2017 and welcome incoming board...

Louisiana’s budget shortfall lowered to $304

Gov. John Bel Edwards' administration announced Wednesday that Louisiana's midyear budget shortfall is slightly lower than originally thought. Despite the narrowing of the gap, it...

Glenbrook sweeps home games; Lady Tiders keep rolling

If the Glenbrook Apaches keep playing defense the way they have through four district games, they could play deep into the postseason. Tuesday night,...

Parish teams have chance to make headway in district races

It is still early in the district season, but some parish teams are already approaching these contests with a sense of urgency. Glenbrook earned...

Glenbrook moves to 3-0 in 6AA; Minden, Lakeside drop close contests

HOMER - There are not many that will feel as good as this one did for the Glenbrook Apaches. Playing on the road and...

Little league basketball heats up at the Rec. Center

The Little League basketball season is underway at the Minden Rec. Center. Here are the results from the first day of competition. 7-10 girls Dazzlers...

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Specht: What do we do with the burn chamber?

Webster Parish is at a crossroads of sorts. Camp Minden, formerly known as the Louisiana Army Ammunition Plant, has been the center of economic...

Specht: It’s the jobs

In 1992, Bill Clinton became the 42nd president of the United States. He won, in part, because of a simple message, “It’s the economy,...

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