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Bossier City reviewing water filtering following amoeba incident

One year after a brain-eating amoeba infiltrated the Bossier City water system, officials are still trying to find ways to keep water...

Two new Bossier Schools administrators named

Bossier Parish Schools Superintendent Mitch Downey announced two new administrators at the parish school board meeting Thursday night. Jason...

Shreveport-Bossier Convention and Tourist Bureau says revenues up, expenses down in 2019

The Shreveport-Bossier Convention and Tourist Bureau outlined its 2020 budget to the Bossier City Council this week. Tourist Bureau...

Replacement for decaying Bossier Council on Aging building delayed

Plans to build a new facility for the Bossier Council on Aging are on hold until at least the end of the...

Holy Angels honors past resident with opening of new All Saints Chapel

Holy Angels officially opened its new All Saints Chapel in Shreveport Nov. 1. Holy Angels CEO Laurie Boswell said...

New police juror focusing on jobs, growth

One of the newest members of the Bossier Parish Police Jury wants to bring new jobs and growth to his district. 

Local attractions will thrill Halloween fans

The Halloween season is in full swing in Bossier, and if bobbing for apples or carving pumpkins is too tame for you,...

Bossier coalition forming to help residents prevent flooding issues

A coalition is currently taking shape to help Bossier Parish residents avoid losses from flooding.  The Louisiana Watershed Initiative...

Plans revealed for old Palmetto Country Club in Benton

The former Palmetto Country Club will soon have a new look.  At Wednesday’s Bossier Parish Police Jury meeting, jurors...

Community Celebrates Barksdale with event

Celebrate Barksdale brought together airmen, their families and the community last week.  Military members and their families were treated...