Bossier Parish residents arrested in Caddo drug sweep
Bossier Assessor arrested for DWI
Under Armour to open in Bossier City April 2
Forget March Madness, it’s the BPCC Final Four
Duck Commander no longer title sponsor of Independence Bowl
Baseball: Haughton, Airline open 1-5A play with wins; Benton edges Minden
Softball: Parkway, Haughton, Airline post victories
Track and field: Haughton boys, Airline girls take Bossier Parish Championships titles
Library: Bored with reading? Join a book club
History: Haughton’s cunning chicken thief
Get It Growing: Consider raised- bed gardens
Knights of Columbus award first responders
Opinion: Time for a Constitutional Convention?
Opinion: Polls on a roll
Opinion: Transportation and cost planning
Opinion: Seeing what is right in front of our noses
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...
The History of Rocky Mount
May 28, 2014
The Bossier Banner issue of May 23, 1895 published a history of Rocky Mount whose author was noted only as “S.M.N.” The article will...
Plain Dealing: City of refuge
May 21, 2014
In its July 2, 1959 issue The Bossier Banner-Progress proclaimed “Plain Dealing, A Modern City of Refuge.” The editors believed that Plain Dealing was...
Miss Mollie from 1892-1947
May 14, 2014
Rupert Peyton continued the story of how Mrs. Mollie Banks Curry Gray provided for her family in his Plain Dealing Progress article of April...
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