Bossier Police seek public’s help following school burglary
Man arrested for attempted murder
Suspect arrested in fatal stabbing
Happy Birthday to the greatest country in the world!!!!
BPCC names Nordberg new softball coach
Youth baseball, softball update: Bossier teams win more district titles
Photo Gallery: Little Little 11-12 Dist. 4 Tournament (Bossier Nationals)
Photo Gallery: Little League 11-12 Dist. 4 Tournament (Bossier Americans)
Obituary: Jerry Dean Warren, Jr.
Obituary: A.R. Thomas
Obituary: William Deloss “Buddy” Kimble, Jr.
Obituary: Michael Charles Armitage
Carlson: We’re going to have to learn to deal with traffic
Letter: LRTA questions Jindal’s veto of HB 42
Hanna: More to it than a flag
Brown: One for Dad
Mesa gaillardia is outstanding in fall gardens
September 17, 2014
Each spring and fall LSU AgCenter horticulturists unveil Louisiana Super Plants selections for that season, and gaillardia Mesa series has been named a Louisiana...
Start cool season veggie gardening
September 10, 2014
Although September weather is often still hot, vegetable gardeners begin to anticipate the cooler weather to come. It is now that we begin to...
Prune roses in late summer
September 3, 2014
Late summer is time to think about pruning roses. Roses respond best to regular pruning each year. We prune our repeat-flowering roses (also called everblooming...
The ‘root’ of the problem
August 27, 2014
I once saw a refrigerator magnet that said, “When Momma ain’t happy, ain’t nobody happy.” Substitute “roots” for “Momma,” and you will have an...
Harry Potter, Italia and European trips
August 26, 2014
I was in Walmart the other day, listening on my headphones to Harry Potter, in Italian. A somewhat surreal experience, I’ll grant you that,...
More self denial
August 15, 2014
Funny that, self-denial; one would have thought it might mean, “denying yourself something” (i.e. going without in a sort of giving up for lent...
Not too late for summer flowers
August 13, 2014
If you want to boost the color in your landscape now, don’t let the heat stop you. Nurseries have excellent selections of colorful bedding...
View from Across the Pond: The post summer blowout
August 7, 2014
Yesterday was tough, but then, the first day of a diet always is, isn’t it. Notice, I didn’t even bother to put a question...
Late summer gardening tips
August 6, 2014
Oppressive heat and humidity are part of late summer in Louisiana as much as good food and music are part of our local culture....
Get It Growing: Summer time means summer vines
July 30, 2014
Some of the most beautiful flowers of the summer garden are produced by vines. Because vines climb, the flowers are often produced at eye-level...
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