Taylor Swift Kicks Off Her U.S. Tour in Bossier City! See Photo Gallery Here!
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
Hannah: $40 million insult
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...
The Not Top 10: Obama’s Constitutional violations
January 1, 2014
One of Barack Obama’s chief accomplishments has been to return the Constitution to a central place in our public discourse. Unfortunately, the president fomented this...
Blessing in Disguise?
December 30, 2013
The A&E versus Duck Dynasty showdown may have been a blessing in disguise. The suspension of the Duck Commander, Phil Robertson, for telling GQ what...
My Year in Washington
December 25, 2013
Sen. David Vitter looks back at 2013 I’d like to take a moment to reflect on some of our accomplishments in 2013. National debates in...
A Timely Lesson from National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation
December 23, 2013
Have you ever watched the movie, National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation? There is a valuable business lesson to be learned of you watch it closely. It’s...
Symptom of Moral Rot
December 23, 2013
The number of names on the list of fallen leadership grows longer, day by day. U.S. Rep. Trey Radel, a Tea Party favorite, was in...
Cypress Black Bayou Board’s hard work pays off
December 20, 2013
Just in time for the holidays, the Cypress Black Bayou Recreation and Water Conservation District’s board is demonstrating the results that a few months,...
Jitters Over Vitter
December 18, 2013
Republican U.S. Sen. David Vitter is giving the jitters to those politicos who are contemplating a run for governor of Louisiana in 2015. He is...
December 16, 2013
The Plight of American Saeed Abedini trapped in Iranian prison Four American citizens were left to die in Benghazi and another one may die in...
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