Cyber Innovation Center helps learning take flight in California
Mardi Gras season events announced
Kids get to ‘Shop With a Cop’ Thursday night
Airline baseball team spreads Christmas cheer
Four Bossier Parish players to compete in All-Star football game
Boys basketball: Bossier freshmen, JV win
Plain Dealing’s Jacobs named first-team Class 1A All-State
Photo gallery: Parkway vs. Benton boys and girls basketball
Johnson inspires Professional Republican Women of Caddo, new officers elected
Project Celebration receives $5k donation from CLECO
Obituary: Juanita Mason King
Obituary: Phillip Sapp, Sr.
Opinion: BPT has the giving spirit
Opinion: Wish a local government representative a Merry Christmas
Opinion: The true meaning of Christmas
Opinion: Rating the representation
Cyber Crime Fighters
January 24, 2014
Last week I enjoyed an opportunity to interview Capt. Shelly Anderson of the Bossier City Marshal’s Office – for a purpose completely different than...
The Comeback Kid?
January 22, 2014
Former longtime state Rep. Billy Montgomery, who represented House District 9 in Bossier for 20 years, may be thinking about a political comeback. When term-limits...
The Body Count Keeps Rising
January 20, 2014
January 22, 1973, is a day that lives in infamy, and 41 years later, not much has changed. The body count keeps rising. On that...
Cypress Black Bayou hurdle
January 17, 2014
Last Tuesday’s meeting of the Board of Commissioners of the Cypress Black Bayou Recreation and Water Conservation District (CBB) was a study in what...
Three Lessons from the Flu
January 13, 2014
This post is being written from my home office, because I have been banned from the newspaper. Apparently, people aren’t too happy if you...
Stick a Fork in Satanists
January 13, 2014
Oklahoma case concerns First Amendment interpretation You knew this was coming sooner or later, didn’t you? The Satanic Temple, a structure in New York City which...
Judicial races lie ahead for voters in 2014
January 10, 2014
With Bossier-Webster District Judge Ford Stinson’s retirement announcement, there will be two vacancies to fill on the 26th Judicial District Court bench in the...
More Clutter for Cassidy
January 8, 2014
The Christmas stocking of Republican U.S. Rep. Bill Cassidy of Baton Rouge, who wants to unseat incumbent Democratic U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu, was filled...
Church snoozes, US loses
January 6, 2014
America hurtles toward spiritual, political and financial disaster and the Church sleeps. Politicians, Democrats and Republicans, trample on our liberties and Christians slumber. Barack Obama,...
2014 Brings Busy Election Season
January 3, 2014
Welcome to 2014 and a fairly busy election season. In addition to Congressional elections, Bossier City voters can look forward to choosing a new...
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