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Walker Place still on hold

Developer still considering certain elements, stays busy with other projects The long-disputed Walker Place development in south Bossier is still no closer to becoming a...

Exceeding expectations

Benton meal site, community center sees rapid growth The Bossier Council on Aging meal site in Benton has exceeded many expectations since it opened three...

First B-52 departs to for CONECT upgrade

Story by Tech. Sgt. Mike Andriacco, 2nd Bomb Wing Public Affairs   BARKSDALE AIR FORCE BASE — The first B-52H Stratofortress departed Barksdale July 16 and...

Landrieu’s Freedom to Pray Act gains GOP support & dissent

WASHINGTON—U.S. Senator Mary L. Landrieu, D-La., lauded the addition of U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., as a co-sponsor of the Freedom to Pray Act,...

Middle Schools take part in Junior Cyber Discovery

Teams of middle school students and their robots invaded the quiet classrooms of Parkway High School this past week as they took part in...

The book that binds

Theme behind William Joyce novel stirs Meadowview Teacher to start library According to second grade teacher Dawn Fausto, a tree is like a school —...

School Board case used in Supreme Court ruling

Members present for original case look back The U.S. Supreme Court recently cited a case won by the Bossier Parish School Board in an opinion...

BPCC instructor one of 75 nationwide to be chosen for Google summit

BPCC Technology, Engineering and Mathematics instructor Carrie Salinas has been chosen to attend Google’s Geo for Higher Ed Summit 2013 on July 22-24 at...

Sen. Barrow Peacock attends leadership program at University of Virginia

District 37 State Senator Barrow Peacock, R-Bossier City, joined legislators from across the country to participate in the 2013 Emerging Leaders Program at the...

Eating out(side)

Haughton-based food truck feeds hungry locals on the go When Ange Posey opened her business last year, she wanted a name that fit the bill. The...