Happy Birthday to the greatest country in the world!!!!
BCPD investigating woman’s death as homicide
LSU Shreveport debuts new logo
Bossier Carpet One store presented with piece of WTC steel beam
Youth baseball, softball update: Bossier teams win more district titles
Photo Gallery: Little Little 11-12 Dist. 4 Tournament (Bossier Nationals)
Photo Gallery: Little League 11-12 Dist. 4 Tournament (Bossier Americans)
Photo gallery: Bossier boys, girls Summer League basketball
Obituary: Michael Charles Armitage
Obituary: LaVerne Parlee
Obituary: Tawana Shankle
History: Uncle Pap recalls history
Carlson: We’re going to have to learn to deal with traffic
Letter: LRTA questions Jindal’s veto of HB 42
Hanna: More to it than a flag
Brown: One for Dad
America Is at War
March 17, 2014
America is at war and one of the battles being fought in that war is the battle over gay rights. The outcome of this battle...
March 14, 2014
The best way to alert residents about changes in pick ups So what is the best way to let Bossier City residents know when their...
Jindal’s session remarks
March 12, 2014
Below is an excerpt of Gov. Bobby Jindal’s remarks at the opening of the 2014 Regular Legislative Session Mr. President, Mr. Speaker, Members of the...
When Does Life Begin?
March 10, 2014
A Liberal Bobs and Weaves It should have been an easy question. After all, Cecile Richards is an expert on abortion. She is the president of...
Making Things Happen
March 7, 2014
Most Bossier Parish residents probably didn’t need the recent news from the Louisiana Treasurer’s office to know parish population growth continues at a robust...
Who’s Got the Dough
March 5, 2014
In politics these days, money is the name of the game. The Fax-Net is taking a look at how much money incumbents running for...
March 3, 2014
Jan Brewer buckled. The Republican governor of Arizona caved under the pressure, thus driving another nail in the coffin of religious freedom in America. She...
Sometimes New Is Old Revisited
February 28, 2014
I was reminded recently that not all local economic developments are new ideas, a case in point being the new Kroger Marketplace that will...
Vitter Gives the Jitters
February 26, 2014
Republican U.S. Senator and 2015 gubernatorial candidate David Vitter is giving the jitters to declared and potential candidates for the state’s top job. A poll...
Applauding Those Who ‘Get It’
February 24, 2014
In case you've been out of town, or living under a rock, there was major economic development news for Bossier last week. Computer Sciences Corporation...
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