Author: Mark Chreene

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The Webster Parish School Board met Thursday evening. A number of expenditures were approved: District 6  ½ cent Sales Tax Fund: Hercules Ag and Outdoor to install six restroom barrier doors at Minden High School in the amount of $3,900.00. Purchase 60 LED light fixtures for Minden High School office and hallway areas from Elliott […]

The May Personnel Report was presented at the May meeting of the Webster Parish School Board on May 28th. New Hires: Penny Austin, Teacher, Central Elementary, replacing Naomi Wyatt who retired, effective August 4, 2020. Alora Bryant, Teacher, Phillips Elementary, replacing Casey Fields who transferred to another position, effective August 4, 2020. Hannah Chanler, Teacher, […]

The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development advises motorists that beginning on Monday, June 1, 2020, the westbound right turn lane on US 80 (E. Texas Street) at the intersection of LA 3 (Benton Road) in Bossier City will be closed. This closure is scheduled to take place from Monday June 1st – Friday, June 5th, and […]

Faced with the reality that graduates would not be able to enjoy a commencement ceremony with family and friends at the CenturyLink Center as in previous years, Bossier Schools seized the opportunity to schedule outdoor ceremonies at each high school’s stadium. This move will allow the Class of 2020 to be celebrated the way they […]

High speed broad band availability to areas of Bossier Parish which currently are not served could be a matter for study for the parish Police Jury in the near future. A pair of Benton residents asked police jury members Wednesday to consider forming a committee to look at what can be done to convince providers […]

After nearly two months of not being able to meet due to a lack of quorum, the Minden City Council was finally able to hold a meeting on Wednesday morning. The one item agenda, approved by the council unanimously, was a resolution authorizing the Mayor to accept Grant No. 3-22-032-014-2020 “Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic […]

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. […]

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 […]


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