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In its August 2, 1956 issue The Bossier Banner-Progress reflected on its pride in Bossier Parish by running the following article: “There is striking evidence...

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In The Bossier Banner September 27, 1934 edition, a former Bossier Parish teacher praised N. W. Sentell for his work on the Bossier Parish...

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In its September 27, 1934 issue, The Bossier Banner printed the following letter which will be reprinted in this column in two parts. “It was...

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The strange properties exhibited in the body and burial of A. H. Herring in 1883 continued to bring consternation to the folks of Bossier...

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Last week’s article concluded with the burial of Dr. A. H. Herring in Redland Cemetery. The story, however, doesn’t end there. Samuel A. Boggs...

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A copy of an article in one of the History Center’s collections recently surfaced. The article is undated but appears to have been reprinted...

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In its July 28, 1949 issue The Plain Dealing Progress reported that a gala day had been set for celebrating recent local achievements in...

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The Bossier Parish Library Historical Center at 2206 Beckett Street in Bossier City will host a new program in the Readings in Literature and...

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The September 14, 1938 issue of The Bossier Banner carried the following story about outstanding Negro farmers: “C. J. Cohn, Benton agricultural teacher, has lately...

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On the front page of its July 15, 1926 issue The Bossier Banner reported the following: “The burial Sunday of Paul Heifner, youngest son...