The Bossier Banner-Progress edition for January 19, 1956 carried an interesting story about a camp site on Lake Bistineau that was owned by
Mrs. Robert Britt, president of the Fillmore Cemetery Association wrote the following letter to the editor of The Planters’ Press. It appeared in
Continuing last week’s column, Rupert Peyton further expounded his memories of old-time “play parties” in The Bossier Banner Progress’ February 25, 1954 issue.
North Louisiana journalist and historian Rupert Peyton recalled “play parties” in the February 25, 1954 issue of The Bossier Banner Progress.
The Bossier Banner was printing letters from the paper’s readers even in 1932. In the paper’s February 4th issue the following letter from
After the January 19th, 1901 meeting of the Bossier Parish Teachers’ Association, The Bossier Banner carried the following account of the meeting.
In an article titled “Let’s Save the Fish,” the January 29, 1942 issue of The Bossier Banner brought to the attention of its
The Bossier Banner edition of January 6, 1938 carried the following tragic story.
“Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon, at three o’clock, at
The Planters’ Press for September 19, 1935 published an interesting article about the repairs that were needed for the upkeep of the 20-year
The annual Holiday Open House at the Bossier Parish Library Historical Center will be celebrated this Friday, December 6th at the Historical Center.