Airline starts expansion
Dancing for the cure
Women’s History Month Luncheon: Weaving stories, lives
Redeveloping old bossier
Baseball: Former Airline star Henry named SCAC Pitcher of the Week
Baseball: Benton shuts out Northwood, stays perfect in 1-4A
Softball: Haughton edges Airline; Benton, Parkway post district wins
Photo gallery: Benton vs. Northwood baseball
Jay: Ben’s Town Antiques offers a step back in time
Library: Gardening made simple(r)
History: Cyclone strikes Benton in 1936
Opinion: Being a part of our community
Opinion: March 28 election results and concerns
Opinion: Who’s growing & who’s not
Opinion: Time for a Constitutional Convention?
What Did I Do?
May 21, 2014
Let me see if I have this right. After working for 27 years on Capitol Hill and living in Virginia, I retired and moved...
Aquifers Are a Chief Concern for Oil and Gas Industry
May 19, 2014
If you pick up a newspaper, turn on the television or attend a town hall in south Louisiana, a similar conversation is taking place....
Restructuring the BCFD will save city money
May 16, 2014
The mid-April Bossier City Council agenda included a “resolution authorizing the restructure of Fire Department Personnel at a cost savings of $67,324.53 due to...
Coming After Campbell?
May 14, 2014
The meeting of the Louisiana Public Service Commission (LPSC) in Bossier City last week, billed as historic because it was the first time the...
Baton Rouge: Up Close & Personal
May 12, 2014
Louisiana is the greatest state in the nation with a diverse culture but we are headed for great difficulty. Sometimes, I know what it...
Recognizing the Military Child
May 9, 2014
Over the last few years, the once little recognized society of the “military child” has become a population often discussed in news stories and...
May 7, 2014
Public Service Commission meets in Bossier City for first time The Louisiana Public Service Commission met in Bossier City for the first time in its...
Cultivating an Economy
May 6, 2014
Making a diversified, growing Louisiana economy Just over six years ago, I took office just as our country was entering one of the deepest national...
What Do They Want?
May 2, 2014
South Bossier redevelopment plan should include citizens’ input The occasional problem with the “consultant” concept of community redevelopment planning is that the consultant often isn’t...
The Millon Dollar Man
April 30, 2014
Everyone involved in politics in northwest Louisiana knows that Republican U.S. Rep. John Fleming of Minden has deep pockets with being a medical doctor...
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