Apartment stabbing ends in attempted murder charge
Multiple vehicle burglaries reported in south Bossier
Jindal issues emergency declaration ahead of Red River flood
Department of Justice approves funding for M6 cleanup at Camp Minden
Photo gallery: Haughton vs. Captain Shreve Dixie Majors
Parkway QB Wudtee commits to Louisiana Tech
Benton’s White runner-up in Louisiana Champions golf tournament
Archie Manning to be featured speaker at Independence Bowl Kickoff Luncheon
Get It Growing: Recycle yard waste with composting
Preserving the signs of history: Collecting the legacy of our region’s Civil Rights Movement
Library: Escape the ordinary with Adult Summer Reading Program
Obituary: Terric V. Glover
Brown: A lesson from Mother Nature
Jay: ‘Shape of Shreveport’ an inspiring documentary
Hanna: Plenty of time to make up
Letter: Modern day money laundering
History: Civilian Conservation Corps enlistments in 1940
September 17, 2014
From 1933-1942 the Civilian Conservation Corps operated to provide relief to families with young unmarried men who had difficulty finding jobs. Manual labor jobs...
Sweet potato houses cheap and profitable
September 10, 2014
Although potato houses were well known in the states of Delaware, Maine and Maryland in the early twentieth century, even in 1940 the Bossier...
The Bossier Parish boy who more than made good
September 3, 2014
The June 28, 1928 issue of The Bossier Banner took pleasure in printing an article about a friend and former playmate and schoolmate of...
Yarns told by Uncle Monch in 1928
August 27, 2014
In its July 5, 1928 issue The Bossier Banner printed some really far-out folktales. “The reporter appreciated having as a caller Friday of last week...
Plain Dealing Lions Club introduces innovation
August 20, 2014
The Bossier Banner picked up an article from The Plain Dealing Progress for publication in The Banner’s August 10, 1050 issue. It stresses the...
Plain Dealing celebrates in 1921
August 13, 2014
The Bossier Banner proclaimed in its August 23, 1921 issue “September 1st to be made a big get-together day for all.” “A mass meeting of...
Plain Dealing family featured in 1951 magazine
August 6, 2014
In its June 7, 1951 issue The Plain Dealing Progress reported that the Doles family of Plain Dealing had been featured in a Houston...
Was Charles Lindbergh unpatriotic?
July 30, 2014
In a strong editorial The Bossier Banner ran an article titled “Ungrateful Lindy” in its May 23, 1940 issue. (The article is unsigned but...
Bank robbery accomplice escapes prison
July 23, 2014
Seven years after the February, 1933 Plain Dealing bank robbery, The Bossier Banner reported in its September 5, 1940 issue that one of the...
Bossier History: Clyde Barrow’s money and an oil well for Bossier
July 16, 2014
The Bossier Banner published in its June 14, 1934 issue a short article about a place in Bossier Parish where Clyde Barrow was supposed...
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