Cyber Innovation Center helps learning take flight in California
Mardi Gras season events announced
Kids get to ‘Shop With a Cop’ Thursday night
Airline baseball team spreads Christmas cheer
Four Bossier Parish players to compete in All-Star football game
Boys basketball: Bossier freshmen, JV win
Plain Dealing’s Jacobs named first-team Class 1A All-State
Photo gallery: Parkway vs. Benton boys and girls basketball
Johnson inspires Professional Republican Women of Caddo, new officers elected
Project Celebration receives $5k donation from CLECO
Obituary: Juanita Mason King
Obituary: Phillip Sapp, Sr.
Opinion: BPT has the giving spirit
Opinion: Wish a local government representative a Merry Christmas
Opinion: The true meaning of Christmas
Opinion: Rating the representation
Mollie Gray is 85 years young
April 29, 2014
Rupert Peyton submitted an article to The Plain Dealing Progress April 11, 1947 issue about “Mamma” Gray, Grand Old Lady who was about to...
Bossier Home Demonstration Council
April 23, 2014
Lauding the Bossier Home Demonstration Council in its February 26, 1959 issue, The Bossier Banner-Progress published the following article. “Under the leadership of Lettie Van...
More visits to Bossier’s rural schools
April 16, 2014
Last week’s article related the visits of one of the paper’s reporters and Superintendent R. V. Kerr to several rural Bossier Parish schools. The...
Reporter pays visit to rural schools
April 9, 2014
In its October 27, 1921 issue The Bossier Banner reported that “Marse Jim” had taken a trip with Superintendent R. V. Kerr and...
Plea for payment of medical bills
April 2, 2014
In the October 13, 1921 issue of The Bossier Banner several North Bossier doctors submitted a plea to their patients under the title “To...
March 19, 2014
Although so far in 2014 we haven’t seen many signs of spring, an article in the March 14, 1940, issue of The Bossier Banner...
Story of Old Minden Girls College
March 12, 2014
The Bossier Banner for February 11, 1932 ran an interesting story about the Minden Girls’ College. “One rainy afternoon, being lonely and thinking of various...
Lake Bistineau camp was public center
March 5, 2014
The Bossier Banner-Progress edition for January 19, 1956 carried an interesting story about a camp site on Lake Bistineau that was owned by Bossier...
Fillmore Cemetery Damaged
February 26, 2014
Mrs. Robert Britt, president of the Fillmore Cemetery Association wrote the following letter to the editor of The Planters’ Press. It appeared in the...
More play parties in Bossier
February 19, 2014
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. “I first...
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