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Yes, there is a coin shortage

Bank president says it is not ‘shortage’ level locally From toilet paper to spices, shortages have become commonplace...

Bossier Arts Council hosting events, while complying with mandates

Due to COVID-19’s global spread, museums, art fairs, galleries, and many other art institutions and industry events have been faced with the...

Mark Hudson reflects on career as City Engineer

Longtime Bossier City Engineer Mark Hudson retired from the position July 2. He turned over the job to Manchac Group’s Ben Rauschenbach....

Bossier Animal Control construction delayed

A new Bossier City Animal Control building is still coming, just a little later than planned. “They added 55...

Haughton High auditorium comes down

Demolition to bring new classroom wing The old Haughton High School auditorium is now coming down making a...

What will Phase 2 entail?

Louisiana poised to move economy forward Governor John Bel Edwards and state officials guided residents through Phase 1...

Businesses are still coming to Bossier

Businesses are locating to Bossier Parish, despite uncertain economic times in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. One such business coming to...

BPSB votes to refund part of insurance premiums

At Thursday’s Bossier Parish School Board meeting, the board considered a proposal to refund a portion of health and dental premiums to...

Rural parish residents struggle with inadequate Internet access

All across the U.S., rural community residents are being left out of modern society and the 21st century economy. 

Bossier students return items to schools

May 18-20 has been designated by the district as days to return school resources and pick up student belongings.