4-Star General nomination announced for Global Strike Command
Gov. Jindal releases executive budget
UPDATE: Bossier Schools address ‘snow day’ school closures
Teenager injured in Bossier City shooting
Boys basketball: Bossier Parish teams go 3-0 in first round of playoffs
Regions Archery Tournament set for this weekend at Cypress Black Bayou
Boys basketball: Cope clinches share of 8th-grade title; Cougars, Mustangs share 7th-grade lead
Photo gallery: Rusheon vs. Cope eighth-grade boys basketball
Obituary: Deacon Johnny “Big” Brown
Obituary: Karen Sue Meunier Gaines
Obituary: Mickey Pellegrin
Obituary: James Durwood “Dub” Pierce
Opinion: The details matter
Opinion: How to fix failure of new hotel/motel tax vote
Guin says his Haughton Bucs have ‘played pretty well’ in two blowout wins
September 20, 2013
Jerry Byrd Haughton football coach Rodney Guin says his Bucs have “played pretty well” in the first two weeks of the 2013 season. The Bucs opened...
Parkway, Haughton off to good starts in 2013 football season
September 16, 2013
Jerry Byrd After the first two weeks of the 2013 football season, Parkway and Haughton are the only unbeaten teams in Bossier Parish. Both of...
If you didn’t score 45 points Friday night, you didn’t win
September 9, 2013
Jerry Byrd All a Bossier Parish high school football team had to do to win a season-opening game Friday night was score more than 45...
LSU, NSU start season with impressive wins
September 4, 2013
Russell Hedges Haughton Buccaneer fans know how good Terrence Magee is. In the 2010 Class 4A quarterfinals, Magee passed for 193 yards and rushed for 235...
Remembering a poem and a state champion football team at Fair Park
August 30, 2013
It is a poem titled “You Must Not Quit,” that I first heard in Jenny Jones’ Senior English class at Fair Park in the...
Basketball was Smith’s first love, but he made more money in baseball
August 28, 2013
On June 4, 1975, while 17-year-old Lee Arthur Smith was hauling wood with his father in Bienville Parish, he stopped at the general store...
Byrd High’s Lee Bird led LSU in passing three years in a row
August 23, 2013
Jerry Byrd What football player from Shreveport’s Byrd High School led LSU in passing three years in a row? If your answer is “David Woodley,” you...
Bamburg tied national record with three touchdowns on kickoff returns
August 21, 2013
Jerry Byrd “Never in a million years did I think I could do that,” Parkway’s Dennis Bamburg said after his three touchdown kickoff returns provided...
Broken nose helped ‘Red’ Thomas become Demons’ first All-American
August 16, 2013
Jerry Byrd A half century after he became the first basketball All-American in the history of Northwestern State University, and more than 20 years after...
West Monroe has been perennial power since Shows took coaching reins
August 14, 2013
Before Don Shows took over the football coaching reins at West Monroe High School in 1989, the Rebels had the reputation of looking like...
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