Webster Early Settlers

Today’s Echo of our Past will examine an interesting topic, the type of people who were the first settlers of what is...

Local author to hold book signing at Webster Parish Library Saturday, May

Jacques MitchellSpecial to the Minden Press-Herald Have you ever been in a place in life desiring more in God?...

Knight vs. WPSB continued…

Editors Note: This is a continuation of yesterday’s Echoes of Our Past As part of his...

Knight vs. WPSB

One interesting resource for learning about our past is the files of court cases centering on our community. There are large legal...

Governor Kennon part 2

In last week’s Echo of our Past, we looked at the early political career of Minden’s Robert Floyd Kennon, taking him through...

Governor Kennon homebody of Minden

I have often been asked why Minden has no visible signs to recognize us as the hometown of Governor Robert Floyd Kennon....

Webster Parish – Eden of the New South

By 1903, Minden and Webster Parish was experiencing growing pains along with the rest of the nation. In 1893, at the Columbian...

That’s what I love about Sunday

Living as we do in a small town, we rarely experience visits by national celebrities or political figures. Because of this the...

McKinney: His soul moves on, but his music lasts forever

Editor’s Note: Today’s Echoes of Our Past is a continuation from yesterday’s edition of the Minden Press-Herald  Many of...

McKinney: The music minister

Editor’s Note: Today’s Echoes of Our Past will be continued in tomorrow’s edition of the Minden Press-Herald On Sunday,...