BSO offering women’s self-defense training Feb. 7
Bossier coach goes the distance to inspire his students
BPCC faculty learns about higher education budget cuts
Traffic relief on the way for Airline Drive?
Boys basketball: Thursday’s games feature split decisions
Photo gallery: Elm Grove vs. Cope boys basketball
Photo gallery: Benton vs. North DeSoto boys and girls basketball
Basketball: Benton sweeps North DeSoto
Obituary: Norma Jean Paris
History: Tornado strikes Princeton in 1957
Library: Get your free electronic tax forms
Opinion: Concern for casinos?
Opinion: Traffic is a sign of progress
Opinion: Restoring civics education, testing should be priority
Letter: Name calling
Mike Johnson announces candidacy for District 8 seat in La. House of Representatives
September 9, 2014
Mike Johnson, a constitutional law attorney, announced his candidacy for the newly opened District 8 seat in the Louisiana House of Representatives through social...
New cyber research center opens at LSU
August 18, 2014
BATON ROUGE — Today, Governor Bobby Jindal and LSU President and Chancellor F. King Alexander announced the creation of the LSU Transformational Technology and Cyber...
Jindal Admin. seeks injunction of PARCC by amending lawsuit
August 6, 2014
BATON ROUGE – The Office of Governor Bobby Jindal filed an amended petition in court today arguing that the state’s agreement with PARCC is...
Louisiana’s business climate ranks first in nation
August 5, 2014
Business Facilities magazine has named Louisiana the No. 1 business climate in the U.S., the first time Louisiana has topped a national ranking of...
New laws take effect today
August 1, 2014
Hundreds of new laws take effect Friday, Aug. 1. Below are just some of those changes: Driving laws: Drivers who use hand-held cell phones in school zones...
Jindal’s administration files counter suit to invalidate PARCC test agreement
July 29, 2014
Today, the Jindal Administration challenged the proponents of Common Core by filing a lawsuit to invalidate the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Partnership for...
State legislators file Common Core lawsuit
July 22, 2014
Seventeen Louisiana legislators have filed a lawsuit over Common Core. The legislators, who also tried to repeal Common Core during this year’s Legislative Session, are...
LSU to become tobacco free Aug. 1
July 16, 2014
BATON ROUGE – As of Friday, Aug. 1, LSU will become a tobacco-free campus in accordance with the Louisiana Legislature’s smoke-free requirement for all...
State Delegates Set to Speak Here Tuesday
July 7, 2014
Louisiana delegates are set to visit Bossier City on Tuesday, July 8, for the Bossier Chamber’s 2014 Legislative Wrap Up. The Legislative Wrap Up will...
Prostitution arrests made in Bossier as part of nationwide FBI operation
June 24, 2014
A nationwide operation by the FBI has led to arrests in Bossier City. The operation aimed to combat child sex trafficking. Approximately 167 children who...
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