Bossier Sheriff’s Posse turns 20
Bossier Chamber to celebrate military appreciation month
Willis-Knighton to offer free skin cancer screening
Local breast cancer advocates call on Congress to maintain breast health care access
Three parish teams make baseball playoffs
Photo gallery: District 1-5A track and field meet
Baseball: Haughton closes regular season with 4-3 win over Byrd; playoffs next
Baseball: District champs Airline, Benton close league play with wins
Obituary: Betty Jean Dahl Sorensen
Obituary: Judge Charles Rex Scott, II
Obituary: Kathy Sue Barnett Franklin
Obituary: Marlene Ceola Bryant
Letter: AFCEA asks for the local community’s generosity
Brown: Bossier is a clean place to live/work/play
Carlson: A few bills filed by local lawmakers
Opinion: It’s time to see state government at its best
End Automatic Pay Raises for Congress
April 21, 2014
Do you work in a job where you get an automatic pay raise every year? In this economy, a lot of Louisianians I talk...
Low Voter Turnout
April 18, 2014
Allain’s 20 percent turnout is standard for money issues Last May, 12 percent of Bossier Parish voters turned out to cast ballots in the Bossier...
No Mo’ Money
April 16, 2014
Louisiana legislature turns down minimum wage increase bills By the end of 2014, it is predicted that 30 states will have raised the minimum wage...
Fight Common Core
April 14, 2014
For an authoritarian regime to be successful, it must commandeer its country’s education system. The government must shape the minds of children to mold them...
April 11, 2014
DOTD answers questions about the Jimmie Davis Bridge Rehab A couple of weeks ago, I played audience to a series of e-mails between south Bossier City...
Landrieu Leads, But…
April 9, 2014
Senator is favorite candidate, but many voters still undecided Democratic U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu, who is seeking a fourth six-year term, has a double-digit lead...
Radical Feminists & Abortion
April 7, 2014
Babies are ‘time-sucking monsters.’ That’s what Amanda Marcotte posted recently at rawstory.com. In her blog, she blasted Republicans and “anti-choicers.” “Let me just put a...
Taking Out the Trash
April 4, 2014
Support City and Parish efforts to clean up Bossier Some years ago my husband and I drove to Minot, North Dakota to visit our son....
Thurman H. Oliver 1932 – 2014
April 2, 2014
HAUGHTON - Services honoring Thurman, known by his loved ones as Daddy, Paw-paw, Dirty, Grandpa, Granddaddy, and T. Harvey, will be held on Saturday,...
April 2, 2014
It always seems to be an election year in the Pelican State. But the current election situation is causing more confusion than usual. This year,...
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