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It’s time to plant tomato transplants into the garden, especially in south Louisiana. North Louisiana gardeners may want to wait another couple of weeks...

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Every so often someone will tell me how much they enjoy reading, but rarely have time for it.   Others say they get through...

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The February 13, 1931 issue of The Bossier Banner carried the following story about how a Haughton man tried to protects his chickens from...

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March is a month when many gardeners begin to plant their spring vegetables. Raised beds can be the solution to a number of challenges...

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The Knights of Columbus, Msgr. Allen Chenevert Assembly #2100 located at 5400 East Texas Street, Bossier City, representing all of Bossier and Webster Parishes,...

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I have recently made the decision to write a single book with a series of short stories to include my more positive forays into...

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Almost every landscape has shady areas, and ferns are a great group of plants that are just perfect for shady spots. Early spring is...

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When Minden author and former community college president Dr. Roy Phillips was a graduate student in the late 1960’s in Michigan, he was inspired...

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Last week’s column featured Business Searching Interface which is a database on the State Library’s website for those interested in doing their own investment...

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Margene "Jean" Simpson was born on Sept. 23, 1930 in Bonham, TX and went home to be with her Lord and Savior March 14,...