Give for Good day slated for May 5
Red Cross urges Northwest La. to prepare for severe weather
C. Wright Pink Ribbon Project to host 4th Annual Elegant Spring Tea Saturday
Gov. Jindal announces Capital Outlay Funding for North Louisiana
Photo gallery: District 1-5A track and field meet
Baseball: Haughton closes regular season with 4-3 win over Byrd; playoffs next
Baseball: District champs Airline, Benton close league play with wins
Track and field: Haughton boys win 1-5A title; Airline girls runner-up
Obituary: Betty Jean Dahl Sorensen
Obituary: Judge Charles Rex Scott, II
Obituary: Kathy Sue Barnett Franklin
Obituary: Marlene Ceola Bryant
Letter: AFCEA asks for the local community’s generosity
Brown: Bossier is a clean place to live/work/play
Carlson: A few bills filed by local lawmakers
Opinion: It’s time to see state government at its best
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...
Chautauqua in Plain Dealing
July 2, 2014
If you have been waiting with baited breath to find out how the Motion Picture Cooking School succeeded, the June 23, 1938 Planters’ Press...
‘Motion Picture Cooking School’
June 25, 2014
The June 16, 1938 issue of The Planters’ Press announced: “Lock the doors and come to town.” “The Planters’ Press’ Motion Picture Cooking School, entitled ‘Star...
History: Star in my kitchen
June 18, 2014
In its June 9, 1938 issue The Planters’ Press announced its free Motion Picture Cooking School that was coming to town on Monday, June...
Who knew ice could be healthy?
June 11, 2014
The Planters’ Press, in its June 2, 1938 edition, announced that” Louisiana Refrigerated Products Corporation serves Bossier Parish with pure ice.” “Operating two large plants...
The rest of the story on Rocky Mount
June 4, 2014
Continuing last week’s article about the history of Rocky Mount, “S.M.N.” wrote more in The Bossier Banner’s May 23, 1895 issue. “Messrs. James Talbert and...
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