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Normally, we post on our Facebook Page for the upcoming Minden opponent on Friday nights a series of stats we like to call “Nerd Notes.” We decided to move these over to the website, where they might get more views and interaction than just on social media. With that being said, here are the “Nerd […]

The 21st annual Main to Main Trade Days is underway with “Chamber of Commerce” weather. The 50 mile route runs from Main Street in Springhill, Louisiana, then down highway 371 south through the Main Streets of the small Webster Parish towns of Cullen, Sarepta, Cotton Valley, Couchwood to Dixie Inn onto Highway 80 on the […]

Retirement: Alice Baldree, Food Service Technician, Phillips Elementary, Effective November 30, 2020. Ursula Chatman, Food Service, Webster Junior High School, Effective October 19, 2020. Danny Weatherton, Custodian, Webster Junior High School, Effective December 21, 2020. Carolyn Wiggins, ECSE Facilitator, Webster Parish School Board Office, Effective November 7, 2020. Resignations: Catherine Raborn, Teacher, Webster Junior High […]

For the second month in a row, it was a rather routine meeting for the Minden City Council. The council did not agree on approving minutes from the previous meetings in October, however. The minutes passed on a 3-2 vote on the regular session minutes and two special session meetings in October, with Council Members […]

The Webster Parish School Board met on Monday evening. The board approved: Two resolutions were adopted for the issuance and sale of Taxable General Obligation School Refunding Bonds, Series 2020 for District No. 6 and District No. 8. That all administrators’ budgeted travel to be approved in aggregate, effective July 1, 2020. The district will […]

Arraignment Patrick Courtney Aubrey – Possession of a schedule II CSD: Pleaded not guilty, status conference set for November 23, 2020 Sequin Clemons – Unauthorized entry of an inhabited dwelling: Pleaded not guilty, status conference set for November 23, 2020, trial set for January 25, 2021 Donavan Xavier Fort – Armed robbery: Pleaded not guilty, […]

Judge Charles Smith Kartonio Jones – Possession of firearm or carrying concealed weapon by convicted felon: Found guilty, pre-sentencing investigation ordered, sentencing to be set Tradarius T. Allen – Felony carnal knowledge of a juvenile: Withdrew not guilty, pleaded guilty, pre-sentencing investigation ordered, remand date set for January 1, 2021 Jonathan Paul Booth – Resisting […]

Judge Nerren Earon M. Bradley (Sentencing Hearing) – Possession of Schedule II CDS: Continued to December 14, 2020 Vester Ray Lane III (Status Hearing) – Conspiracy Armed Robbery: Withdrew not guilty, pleased guilty, sentenced to 5 years hard labor with credit for time served Tommy A. White, Jr. (Fine & Cost Review Hearing) – Simple […]

The Glenbrook Lady Apaches Cross Country track team took home a repeat state championship at the MAIS State Cross Country championship at Choctaw Trails in Clinton, Mississippi. Emma Pitman also repeated as overall state champion. Mattison Fowler finished 2nd, Vivian Still 4th, Sophie Spillers 10th, Gabi Brown 20th, and Lela Margaret Miller 21st. The combined […]

Judge Smith Darren Duane Baker (Probation Revocation Hearing) – Possession of a schedule II Controlled Dangerous Substance (CDS): Probation revoked, original sentence imposed Jason T. Bethany (Arraignment) – Disturbing the peace by appearing in an intoxicated condition, Resisting an officer: Pleaded not guilty to both, set for further disposition on December 28, 2020 Robert Earl […]


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