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Happening Today And Tomorrow
BSO to offer women’s self defense training May 30
Fleming: EPA Holding Up Cleanup at Minden
Centenary’s Henry named D3Baseball.com second-team All-America
Bossier High promotes Williams to head girls basketball coach
Haughton’s Dies MVP on All-District 1-5A team
All-District 1-5A softball team
Obituary: Terric V. Glover
Obituary: Joe Boyd
Get It Growing: Basil is great for summer gardens
Letter: Modern day money laundering
Carlson: The real ‘Deflate Gate’
Hannah: LABI sounds off
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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...
Jindal signs state budget
June 20, 2014
Today, Gov. Bobby Jindal signed HB 1 into law and issued line item vetoes. Governor Jindal said, “We worked with the Legislature to pass another responsible,...
Gov. Jindal asks for PARCC testing withdrawal
June 18, 2014
Today, Gov.Bobby Jindal sent a letter to the Partnership of Assessments for College and Career Readiness (PARCC) asking the organization to immediately withdraw from...
Legislators review work in Baton rouge
June 11, 2014
Now that a week has passed since the Louisiana Legislature adjourned for the final time this year, legislators are putting their months of work...
Stick a fork in it
June 3, 2014
2014 Louisiana session wraps up The Louisiana legislature adjourned Monday evening, after almost three months discussing educational and social issues as much as state spending...
Battles left to fight on final day of session
June 2, 2014
As the seconds tick away on the last day of the 2014 Legislative Session today, local legislators are toiling away to solve the most...
I-Bowl funding bill passes legislature
May 29, 2014
The new hotel-motel tax increase that would further fund local tourism and sports organizations, such as the Independence Bowl, made it to the goal...
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