Monday, May 21, 2018

A “Living” Legacy

Each year, TG Companies of Minden embarks on a community service project. This year, they planted trees in Academy Park in memorial of former...

Miss Minden at Geaux Fresh Wednesday

Hannah Harper, Miss Minden 2018, was at Geaux Fresh in downtown Minden Wednesday as part of her campaign to both raise funds for Children’s...

Hunger Fest raises more than $10K

Locals gathered at First United Methodist Church Thursday evening for Hunger Fest 2018, a fundraiser for the United Christian Assistance Program (UCAP). According to...

Madden talks warship visit

The Minden Lions Club welcomed Lion President Jerry Madden as guest speaker Thursday. Madden shared the history of the PT-305 Naval vessel on display...

And your favorites are…

The ballots have been collected. The results have been tabulated. Today, the winners will be announced. The Minden Press-Herald’s Readers’ Choice edition is finally here. This...

Street work to begin this summer

Council approves alcohol sales at Grilling on Main courtyard The Minden City Council took a step toward fixing up city streets at the regular session...

Remembering Turner’s Boarding House

What do an oil boom, a world war, and Minden High School athletes have in common? Turner’s Boarding House, according to Mrs. Harol Turner...

SWEPCO denies City’s claims in complaint

Utility company cites lack of ‘proof’ After a two-week extension and meeting the deadline by mere hours, Southwest Electric Power Company filed an answer...

Audit: City revenues down, spending up

The Minden City Council met in regular session Monday evening to hear findings from their 2016-2017 fiscal audit, conducted by accounting firm Wise, Martin...

Melba Miller to showcase art

Caleb Daniel caleb@press-herald.com Melba Miller looks on as her paintings, collages, and other art pieces are hung on the walls of City Art Works. As she...

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