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Over 200 students competed in the 2014 Louisiana Region III Science Olympiad Last Saturday, March 15, over 200 middle and high school students competed in...

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A plan to better prepare at-risk children in Bossier Parish for kindergarten has been approved to receive a $150,000 grant by the state. In response...

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Story by Sonja Bailes, Bossier Schools Arrows were flying at the Bossier Civic Center last weekend. Approximately 220 archers from Bossier Parish and the surrounding area...

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World War II veteran and retired Marine Corps Master Sgt. Ray Urban, Jr., spoke to 8th graders in Laura Jorgensen’s and Jo Carter’s English...

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Ever seen what a house looks like built from mac-n-cheese boxes? Students at Bellaire Elementary can show you. Members of the Destination Imagination “Rising Stars”...

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Central Park teacher rejuvenated by A-Kids’-Choice Foundation workshop Story by Sonja Bailes, Bossier Schools Central Park Elementary third grade teacher Paula Ash is going back to...

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Story by Sonja Bailes Haughton High’s Barbara Cox expects excellence, not just from her business students but from herself and the four other teachers in...

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Bossier High kicks off Attack and Conquer the Test campaign Bossier High kicked off its academic campaign to “ACT: Attack and Conquer the Test” with...

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Cyber team will spend spring break competing in national finals in the nation’s capital  Story by Sonja Bailes, Public Relations Liaison for Bossier Parish Schools Six...

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Story by Sonja Bailes, Special to the Press-Tribune   Can you answer this question: Who was the longest-sitting U.S. President? Or what is the population of...