‘Kickoff’ prep football with BPT’s Football Preview
Bellaire Wushu Academy wins big at international competition
‘American Sniper’ widow to speak at First Bossier
Section of I-220 dedicated to late Bossier City marshal
Photo gallery: Freshman football jamboree at Bossier
Freshman football jamboree scores
Miles says former Parkway star Harris “has the lead” in LSU QB battle
Coaches see positives in scrimmages; jamboree up next for parish teams
Obituary: James Michael Rowell
Obituary: Peggy Maddry King “MeMe”
Library: Keeping teens reading
History: Reporter describes artifacts
Brown: Summer is almost over & football is almost here
Carlson: Citizens have info resources
Hanna: Here we go
Carlson: State budget de ja vu
Places to Find Cheap or Free Books
April 28, 2014
As Jerry Frentress and I were recording the BIZ. Tools Podcast this week, (The Book Club Episode) I wondered if it was fair to...
Come One, Come All
April 25, 2014
South Bossier Redevelopment meeting open to entire community For anyone who missed Wednesday’s edition of the Bossier Press-Tribune which featured a front page story on...
…Said the Pot to the Kettle
April 23, 2014
Political ads leave a bad taste in the mouth The Republican establishment is in such a tizzy to defeat incumbent Democratic U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu...
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...
Harrah’s and Horsemen
April 16, 2014
Industries that have a lot in common: people that depend on each of these industries to feed, clothe and support their families. Like most...
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...
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