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The August 9, 1945 issue of The Bossier Banner called attention to the fact that a scarcity of fats and oils was a big...

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The May 24, 1928 issue of The Bossier Banner carried two accounts of new structures in the parish. “The reporter had the pleasure Tuesday forenoon...

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Rupert Peyton commented in last week’s article about the invention that permitted young people to have fun before the arrival of the Model T...

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Last week’s article ended with the purchase of the old Wyche Home by the Parker Family who cleaned the house and yard and made...

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Rupert Peyton published his recollections of bygone times at the old Wyche home in the March 29, 1956 issue of the Bossier Banner-Progress.  It...

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Dogwood Drive in Plain Dealing was incorporated in 1951 and the Dogwood Drive Festival ended in 2004.  The Bossier Banner-Progress told the story of...

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The recent turbulent weather in Bossier Parish is nothing new to the area.  The following article appeared in the September 1, 1938 issue of...

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The February 13, 1931 issue of The Bossier Banner carried the following story about how a Haughton man tried to protects his chickens from...

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When Minden author and former community college president Dr. Roy Phillips was a graduate student in the late 1960’s in Michigan, he was inspired...

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A photo found in the collection of photos which were in the Library's collection before a distinct, documented History Center collection was started in...
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