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Mrs. Robert Britt, president of the Fillmore Cemetery Association wrote the following letter to the editor of The Planters’ Press. It appeared in the...

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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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North Louisiana journalist and historian Rupert Peyton recalled “play parties” in the February 25, 1954 issue of The Bossier Banner Progress. “Has anyone seen Rocksie...

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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 a...

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After the January 19th, 1901 meeting of the Bossier Parish Teachers’ Association, The Bossier Banner carried the following account of the meeting. “Some thirty or...

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In an article titled “Let’s Save the Fish,” the January 29, 1942 issue of The Bossier Banner brought to the attention of its readers...

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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 Red...

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The Planters’ Press for September 19, 1935 published an interesting article about the repairs that were needed for the upkeep of the 20-year old...

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The annual Holiday Open House at the Bossier Parish Library Historical Center will be celebrated this Friday, December 6th at the Historical Center. Pleas...

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The following article was published in the November 17th, 1938 issue of The Bossier Banner. Its message gives food for thought in 2013. “Next Thursday,...