SBA disaster assistance available; local outreach center opens today
BCPD taking applications for jailers
School construction update ahead of 2015-16 school year
Sheriff forms DWI task force
Ironman world champion Dave Scott to appear at 35th River Cities Triathlon
LSU ranked No. 13 in preseason Coaches’ Poll
Bossier City All-Stars win Little League Baseball 8-9 state title
Haughton wins Dixie O-Zone state baseball tournament in dramatic fashion
Willard: Protect your home from the wolf in contractors clothing
Library: Gale interface updates
History: 1861 editor of the Bossier Banner
Get It Growing: Reduce pest problems
Opinion: Governor’s race to begin in earnest
Opinion: What a wonderful year
Opinion: Gatti runs for La. Senate
Opinion: The LSU legis report card
Get It Growing: Shift gears for fall lawn care
October 8, 2014
As the days shorten and temperatures gradually become cooler, it’s apparent that summer is finally ending. Lawn care definitely begins to change this time...
Get It Growing: What to do with caladiums
October 1, 2014
Plantings of caladiums generally begin to look tired and less attractive in late September or early October. When they do, it’s time to decide...
Get it Growing: Make planting plans now
September 24, 2014
November through February is the prime season for planting hardy trees, shrubs and ground covers in Louisiana. So now is an excellent time to...
Bossier Parish’s unsolved mystery
September 24, 2014
Three decades plus old case murder is a lesson in extremes Bossier's Old Cold Case, is a lesson in extremes. Bossier Parish's oddest cold case murder...
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...
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