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Silent auction brings in more than $10k at gala

Silent auction brings in more than $10k at gala

Jo McCullough and Frances Irving consider submitting a silent bid on a LED strobe light for a vehicle.

Philip McInnis signs up to bid on LSU paraphernalia during the Dorcheat Historical Museum's gala Monday evening. Museum director Schelley Francis said the silent auction fundraiser was a huge success, with around 150 people in attendance and local folk artist Cora Lou Robinson's painting bringing in $10,000. Final numbers will be available later in the week, Francis said.

 
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Webster school board adopts new policies

Webster school board adopts new policies

Webster Parish school system employees are now working under approved policies and procedures governing transfers, interim appointments and discipline following a unanimo...

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City council approves wastewater screen purchase

City council approves wastewater screen purchase

An important piece of equipment at the city's wastewater treatment plant can be replaced following a vote of the Minden City Council in a special meeting Monday.

With all ...

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Deadline nears for ‘15 Under 40’ nominations

The deadline is fast approaching for nominations for the fourth annual "15 Under 40" program.

Monday, September 15 is the last day the Minden-South Webster Chamber of Comm...

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NRA representative speaks on organization at luncheon

NRA representative speaks on organization at luncheon

Raising money is the lifeblood of many organizations and one of the nation's most recognizable groups has a pretty good track record when it comes to raising money and re...

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Mom accused of abducting children

Mom accused of abducting children

A Michigan woman who allegedly left that state illegally with her five children in tow was arrested Wednesday by local police at a Constable Street residence where police...

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Officials: It’s OK to drink the water

Officials: It’s OK to drink the water

City utility customers may have found a letter in their mailboxes last week, concerning Minden's drinking water, but local officials want the public to know the quality o...

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