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This has been one of the wettest springs in our history — especially over the last three weeks. Cloudy and wet days (and nights)...

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It’s not often that a previously failed bill gets a speedy second chance to pass voter muster, but this year Bossier Parish voters will...

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The Louisiana Senate began deliberations May 25 on the $24-billion state budget. The spending plan for the 2015-2016 fiscal year sailed out of the House...

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Sometimes, we seem to forget the delicate balance of Mother Nature. I quite often think about the exacting perfection with which God designed our...

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One of the many things that I love about living in Shreveport-Bossier is the “do it yourself” attitude that seems to have taken hold,...

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Perhaps the Louisiana Association and Business and Industry doesn’t wield the big stick at the Capitol as it did in years past. And LABI’s undoing...

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Next week will begin the legislative fight over public education. An interesting David and Goliath battle between the pro-public education parent and teacher groups...

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For weeks media outlets deluged viewers/readers with updates on the NFL’s “deflategate” investigation related to under-inflated game balls, but those same outlets made short...

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It’s understandable why higher education officials in Louisiana are giddy these days. The state House of Representatives approved some $650 million in new taxes last...

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It would be entirely reasonable to suggest Bill and Hillary Clinton read the Baton Rouge Area Foundation’s playbook about how to collect and spend...
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