BSO offering women’s self-defense training Feb. 7
Bossier coach goes the distance to inspire his students
BPCC faculty learns about higher education budget cuts
Traffic relief on the way for Airline Drive?
Boys basketball: Airline, Plain Dealing win; Byrd holds off Parkway
Girls basketball: McCoy, Rowland lead Airline past Shreve
Soccer: Benton boys pick up two victories
Boys basketball: Thursday’s games feature split decisions
Obituary: Norma Jean Paris
History: Tornado strikes Princeton in 1957
Library: Get your free electronic tax forms
Opinion: Concern for casinos?
Opinion: Traffic is a sign of progress
Opinion: Restoring civics education, testing should be priority
Letter: Name calling
We are proud of you, Benton Elementary Archery Team
July 15, 2014
The German Soccer team isn’t the the world champion crowned this past weekend. We are elated to announce Benton Elementary School’s archery team is...
Goodbye Mr. Mayor
January 15, 2014
I first met George Dement during a Bossier City Council meeting in 1999. Bossier Press-Tribune Editor Pat Culverhouse and I were making the rounds...
Watching Parkway’s amazing growth on the field
December 13, 2013
August of 1999 was my first month as publisher of the Bossier Press-Tribune. One of our first editions following my arrival featured the Lions...
Bitter at Vitter
September 18, 2013
Some members of the U.S. Senate – Democrats and Republicans – are bitter at Vitter, and the situation could get nasty. Republican U.S. Sen. David...
If you’re happy and you know it…
September 16, 2013
Happiness. Is it really all we want? To be happy? We do so many things in the “Pursuit of Happiness.” I’ll be happy if… I get...
My Sept. 11 Story
September 11, 2013
It seems everyone has their own Sept. 11 story. For some, they remember where they were when the first plane struck the first tower...
A ‘Candy Crush’ saga
July 29, 2013
If you have a Facebook, then you have received a “Candy Crush Saga” request from someone. Not since Farmville, Words with Friends, and Angry...
The Social Media Whirlwind
July 15, 2013
On Thursday, the Minden City Council appointed Councilman Joe Cornelius as interim mayor — and social media went crazy. The Minden Press-Herald posted the information on...
3 Things to Do on Your Summer Vacation
July 8, 2013
I looked at my calendar this morning and realized how many team members (including myself) are taking their vacations this month. In our 24/7...
Goodbye to Minden’s Mayor
July 2, 2013
When I first learned of the passing of Minden Mayor Bill Robertson, I was shocked and saddened. While I knew of his complications from...
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