1872 Election

This is the year for statewide elections in Louisiana, and so far, this promises to be a somewhat less exciting one of...

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...

Donation helps feed more than 600 families

On Saturday, May 18th  Bishop Todd Kabalan presented a $2500 donation from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to the...

Minden school namesakes: J.L. Jones continued

Editor’s Note: This is a continuation of Tuesday’s Echos of Our Past Information on the background of Joseph Luther...

3 Easy Steps

One of the most prominent attributes of being human is wanting to feel something. We write stories, draw images and create music...

1920 Census Echo

Friday, I spoke with Carlton Prothro and he had a question about the population of Minden in 1920 for an upcoming presentation...

Pratt’s Journey: A duel for the ages

Editor’s Note: This is a continuation of the Echoes of Our Past in Yesterday’s Minden Press-Herald. The revelation of...

Indian Echo

One of the most common questions I am asked is about the role of Native Americans in the past of our area. ...

G. W. Warren

Last week, my article covered the Sheriff’s election of 1933. This week I am reaching back to discuss the man who was...

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....