NSU to honor fallen SPD Officer during pregame Sept. 3
Oliver North to speak at dinner fundraiser for Caddo-Bossier Crime Stoppers
Sheriff honors management staff for service during flood
Walmart hiring for new Bossier City neighborhood market
2015 Plain Dealing Lions preview
District 1-1A football preview
2015 Bossier Bearkats preview
2015 Benton Tigers preview
Obituary: Scott Mitchell
Obituary: Eva Huffman
Obituary: Derek Michael Rodrigues
Library: Summer Reading Program stats
Hanna: Incumbents get free ride
Brown: Summer is almost over & football is almost here
Carlson: Citizens have info resources
Hanna: Here we go
History: Remember these early businesses?
June 24, 2015
In a regular feature of the Planters’ Press, the June 22, 1944 issue told some rather gossipy news about several Bossier businesses. The feature...
History: Plain Dealing has an apron party
June 17, 2015
The big success of a Plain Dealing apron party was announced in the June 10, 1926 issue of the Bossier Banner. “The apron party at...
History: Nothing new about heavy rains
June 10, 2015
The Bossier Banner issue of June 16, 1898 ran the following article about rain, thunder and lightning in the Benton area. “Heavy rains fell at...
Bossier History: When school buses were a new idea
June 3, 2015
An article in the April 19, 1928 issue of the Bossier Banner editorialized the use of buses, also called “transfers,” to transport school children. “There...
Preserving the signs of history: Collecting the legacy of our region’s Civil Rights Movement
May 27, 2015
The public is invited to attend the Bossier Parish Library Historical Center’s free event "Preserving the Signs of History - Collecting the Legacy of...
History: Kitchen fats were scarce in 1945
May 20, 2015
The August 9, 1945 issue of The Bossier Banner called attention to the fact that a scarcity of fats and oils was a big...
History: The 1928 building boom in the parish
May 13, 2015
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...
Play Parties: Dances by another name
May 6, 2015
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...
History: Happier days at the Old Wyche Home
April 29, 2015
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...
History: Rupert Peyton remembers the Old Wyche Home
April 22, 2015
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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