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10:07am

Fri November 21, 2014
Arts

Germantown Colony Museum reopens in Minden, 1800s artifacts preserved

Credit Friends of Germantown Colony Museum Facebook

Germantown Colony Museum in Minden, Louisiana, reopened Thursday after a year-long construction of a visitor’s center.

The new dogtrot-style building showcases German settlers who established a commune in North Louisiana beginning in the mid-1800s in a quest to avoid religious persecution.

Lynn Dorsey, executive director of the Webster Parish Convention and Visitors Bureau, said the $512,000 project ensures that artifacts will be preserved.

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9:01am

Tue August 5, 2014
Business

Benteler Steel/Tube ramps up hiring, hosts job fair

Benteler Steel/Tube project director Patrick Guillaume and human resources manager Rhonda Simmons discuss the future of Benteler's first U.S. steel/tube plant that is slated to be in operation by Aug. 2015.
Credit Kate Archer Kent

Benteler Steel/Tube will hold a job fair Saturday, Aug. 9, for its steel tube manufacturing facility under construction at the Port of Caddo-Bossier. The $975 million complex will ultimately employ about 675 people. Human resources manager Rhonda Simmons says this event is geared toward blue collar, hourly jobs, but there are some salaried positions that the company aims to fill.

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7:35am

Tue March 19, 2013
Commentary

History Matters: A recap of the immigrants who settled the region

Commentator Gary Joiner provides an overview of the immigrants who settled in this region -- past and present.

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