Mardi Gras season events announced
Kids get to ‘Shop With a Cop’ Thursday night
Airline baseball team spreads Christmas cheer
Expert: Social Security will not go bankrupt
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
Project Celebration receives $5k donation from CLECO
Obituary: Juanita Mason King
Obituary: Phillip Sapp, Sr.
Obituary: Frankie Slade Hughes
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
Opinion: Figuring out the state police retirement controversy
July 27, 2014
Unless you just parachuted in from Mars, you've probably seen media reports about the retirement bill recently passed by the Legislature and signed by...
26th District judge race: Charles Jacobs
July 23, 2014
This year’s election season includes all district judges and for the Bossier-Webster 26th Judicial District Court bench, that means six judgeships are up for...
PAR: Leadership and Crisis in Education
July 17, 2014
In the fight over Common Core, Louisiana state government is failing its citizens and the governor is chiefly responsibleLouisiana state government is failing its...
Election Season Starts Slow
July 16, 2014
Bossier Parish’s election season for races that include Bossier City Marshal, all Bossier-Webster District Judges and all Bossier Parish School Board seats is off...
Carlson: City looks to upgrade building standards
July 9, 2014
One of the more thoughtful Bossier City Council discussions occurred at last Tuesday’s meeting, and will likely determine how the city’s new commercial development...
Fax Net: Senate Race is a Dead Heat
July 9, 2014
A new poll on the Louisiana U.S. Senate race by Public Policy Polling (PPP) reveals that as few as six percent of voters could...
Cyber Corridor Boost
July 2, 2014
Louisiana’s I-20 Tech Corridor will benefit from $757 million inserted in the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) budget for FY2015. U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu, chair...
BC Marshal Candidate: Jim Whitman
July 2, 2014
Although candidate qualifying for the Bossier City Marshal’s election isn’t until late August, it appears likely that only two candidates will vie for the...
Vitter’s View: IRS Officials Say the Dog Ate Their Homework
June 30, 2014
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has been having some real problems lately. First they came under scrutiny for specifically targeting conservative groups and preventing...
Don’t Doubt the Clout
June 25, 2014
Louisiana, which seems to be at the top of every bad list and at the bottom of every good list, is doing quite well...
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