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For the 8th straight meeting, the Minden City Council failed to have a quorum to hold a special called meeting on Wednesday. Once again, Council members Terika Walker (Dist. B) and Vincen Bradford (Dist. C) were no-shows for the 11 a.m. meeting that was to be held in the Pelican Conference Room at City Hall. […]

The Joe LeBlanc Food Pantry (JLFP), in partnership with the The Food Bank of Northwest Louisiana, will be hosting a Summer Feeding Program beginning Monday, May 18, 2020. Starting Monday, and continuing through the summer, JLFP will be serving grab-and-go meals to all children under the age of 18. These meals are available to Minden […]

Webster Parish Police Jury President Jim Bonsall and Bossier Parish Police Jury President Jimmy Cochran have both issued executive orders in regards to the re-opening of local government offices. Modified operations will resume at 8:30 a.m. on Monday, May 18, 2020 at the Webster Parish Courthouse and at 8 a.m. Monday at the Bossier Parish […]

In an email sent this morning, Minden Mayor Terry Gardner announced plans for city re-openings based on the Governor’s Phase 1 state-wide order for May 15th. Openings/Changes include: Lifting curfew and early closing times for all businesses Pools, waterparks, and city parks will remain closed Ewell Park will remain closed due to remodeling and upgrades […]

Lakeside and Minden High School have both released information that is important for graduating seniors for the 2019-2020 school year. Lakeside will be passing graduation supplies out on Wednesday, May 13th from 9 to 10 a.m. This will be a drive through event. Seniors are not to get out of their vehicles. If you owe […]

Glenbrook School released a schedule today for returning school property which includes textbooks, library books, uniforms and educational devices such as calculators. This will also be a time to retrieve personal items from desks and lockers. Monday, May 18 8:30-11:30 Last name beginning with A-G 12:30-3:00 Last name beginning with H-P Tuesday, May 19 8:30-11:30 […]

After another failed meeting on Monday for the Minden City Council due to lack of quorum, things took a turn towards answering the question many have been asking: Is there anything that can be done to have the councilmembers report for a meeting? Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry weighed in on the continued absences of […]

The Stay-At-Home order that was initially issued by Governor John Bel Edwards on March 22, 2020 will be allowed to expire on Friday, May 15, 2020. Louisiana will enter what the governor is calling “Phase 1” for 21 days. The “Phase 1” proclamation will be issued Thursday, May 14, and will expire on June 5, […]

For a third consecutive meeting, the Minden City Council failed to meet due to lack of quorum. Council members Pam Bloxom (Dist. E)  and Keith Beard (Dist. D) were in attendance, while council members Vincen Bradford (Dist. C) and Terika Walker (Dist. B) were once again no-shows for the special meeting. Minden Mayor, Terry Gardner […]

Mayor Terry Gardner has received a letter from Minden’s City Attorney Charles Minifield stating he will retire. “Please accept this letter as my formal notification that I will be retiring from the city as city attorney,” the letter stated. “My last day of employment will be May 31, 2020. The letter can be seen here.


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