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"Christ is risen." "He is risen indeed." With those simple words, a crowd of perhaps 200 people at Shreveport's East Kings Highway "Duck Pond" Park joined in communion today with millions of other Christians, in Shreveport and Bossier City and around the world, celebrating Easter through their faith in the risen Jesus Christ.
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141 in Bossier City. Business professionals, entrepreneurs and individuals interested in networking for success are invited to attend Visitors' Day.
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As we observe the most positive event of every year today, may we keep our thoughts and actions on Jesus, our Lord and savior.
Cory Jefferson fills up his delivery truck at least three times a week, but lately the Statewide Transport driver has noticed it's more expensive.
We know exactly where our trash will go for the next 40 years -- but what then? The Woolsworth Road landfill just south of Shreveport is responsible for holding every bottle, bag, sandwich, television, couch, shoe, tree limb, tire, box, dead cat, old clock, used diaper, sponge, magazine and banana peel locals pitch in the trash.
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ArtBreak is turning 30. The festival highlighting student creativity, education and arts was born as a response to state cuts to school enrichment programs in the 1980s.
About 100 kids visited with the Easter Bunny and hunted plastic eggs at the Rapides Parish Library's annual Eggstravaganza on Wednesday.
<![CDATA[Celebrating a birthday today: Carlos Ellis, of Shreveport. ... Dara Ridge, 64, of Bossier City. ... Chelsea Fuller, of Shreveport. ... Eloise Harrison, of Shreveport. Editor's note: Caddo, Bossier and DeSoto Animal Control will not pick up all unwanted animals. If you bring in your domestic animal, mainly dogs and cats, the Animal Control office will accept them. Bossier Animal Control, (318) 741-8499, Caddo Animal Control, (318) 226-6624 or DeSoto Animal Control, (318) 871-2900. Dogs and cats are available for adoption at Bossier, Caddo and DeSoto. To place information in Stroller, call (318) 459-3233 between 9 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. weekdays and between 2 and 5 p.m. weekends. Send email to email@example.com Label: Attention Stroller.
Parts of it follow with a response from one of my faithful readers, Charles De Vilbiss.
According to its website, Louisiana Downs has slashed it stakes schedule. The Bossier City track will feature just two stakes days during the upcoming meet set to run from May 2-Sept.
Those interested can apply at their hiring center at the Outlets at the Louisiana Boardwalk, Building E Suite 350-02 on the second floor.
The Centenary College Choir will present their traditional Easter Sunrise Service at Hodges Gardens State Park at 6 a.m. Sunday.
Last week's surprising announcement that Providence House will shutter its domestic violence and safe house program here serves as a serious wake-up call to the whole of northwest Louisiana of how underserved the issue of domestic violence is for a region of our population.
The Bossier City Metal Art Zoo on Barksdale Boulevard in downtown Bossier City has been looking a little shabby lately.