News

Page: 4

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.

After failing to have a quorum at the April and May meetings, Minden Mayor, Terry Gardner, has called for a special meeting today at 1 p.m. in the Pelican Conference Room at City Hall. Council members were emailed the agenda, along with hard copies at their desks at City Hall. The members have been given […]

Baton Rouge – The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development announces that over the next two weeks maintenance crews will be present in usually high-traffic areas throughout the state as part of an extensive cleanup effort to beautify our state roadways. DOTD appreciates the motoring public’s patience and reminds drivers to please exercise caution when […]

The Webster Parish Police Jury held its monthly meeting on Tuesday morning. The meeting was again by teleconference, with some members choosing to meet at the Courthouse Annex and some calling in to the meeting. Among the items addressed by the Jury included: Approving Video Poker/Alcohol Sales Permit for Bonnie & Clyde Café and Convenience […]

After not having an April meeting because of a lack of quorum, the Minden City Council was set to meet for their May meeting on Monday night. However, just as in April, Council members Vincen Bradford and Terika Walker were, once again, no-shows at the meeting. Needing three members to hold a meeting, there was […]

This year’s Community National Day of Prayer will be held virtually on Thurs., May 7th @ Noon via the First Baptist Church social media. Rev. Leland Crawford, pastor of FBC Minden, encourages the community “to join in this special time of praying for our nation, our state, our community members and frontline workers.” Rev. Jim […]

Bossier Parish Police Jury members will conduct its regular business meeting Wednesday, May 6 both in person and by teleconference. In order to comply with Governor John Bel Edwards’ directive on public gatherings, no more than 10 people will be allowed in the jury meeting room. An emergency declaration that closed the Bossier Parish Courthouse […]

The Claiborne Parish Police Jury is set to meet on Wednesday at 10 am at the CPPJ Administration Building at 507 West Main Street in Homer. While the meeting is open to the public, the Police Jury will be limiting the attendance size to 25% of the Fire Marshal’s rated capacity. The Police Jury also […]


Current track
TITLE
ARTIST