Whether you're looking for an armored personnel carrier, a police motorcycle, a retired squad car, a good vehicle or electronics, the City of Shreveport, the Bossier Sheriff's Office, the Caddo Parish District Attorney's Office and other agencies may have something just for you to be auctioned off this Saturday at the Lawler Auction Facility.
Victoria Provenza is currently in second place, according to a KTBS Channel 3 News poll that was conducted this week, with former Caddo Schools superintendent Ollie Tyler leading the pack. Patrick Williams is in third place; however, court documents being circulated around Shreveport could play a major factor when voters go to the polls on Nov.
On Nov. 4, Louisiana's voters will be presented with Constitutional Amendment 8 to establish the Artificial Reef Development Fund (Fund) in the state constitution. Louisiana Wildlife Federation (LWF) is in support of this amendment to strengthen protection of the funds donated for use in Louisiana's Artificial Reef Program.
BATON ROUGE, La. — Last week, national location marketing firm DCI ranked Louisiana’s business climate tied for No. 10 in the U.S. — a gain of 20 spots since 2011 — while also ranking Louisiana Economic Development tied for No. 2 in the U.S. for best-performing state economic development agency.
BATON ROUGE, La. — Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry (LDAF) investigators say two Beauregard Parish men are charged with theft of forestry equipment and criminal property damage following a joint investigation with Evangeline Parish detec tives.
Landrieu supported cutting Medicare by $700 billion to create a new entitlement program. In 1997, while Bill Clinton was president, Gov. Jindal served as executive director of the National Bipartisan Commission on the Future of Medicare..
Samantha Foglesong from Baton Rouge, La., placed first in the fresh category with “Creamy Smoked Sweet Potato Soup.” Adrian Vazquez, a Washburne Culinary Institute student from Chicago, Ill., placed first in the student category with “Sweet Potato Gnocchi with Balsamic Sage Brown Butter.
Dear Mr. Lawler, As always, I love your paper, and I appreciate the opportunity to comment. Let me first say I have no connection with any public official running for office, and, in fact, am not real sure who I will choose for the various offices. I just want to tell everyone — GO VOTE!.
Tuesday, Nov. 4, will be the day of reckoning for Shreveport voters — and especially for those running for political office. For many, Tuesday will be a holiday, and predictions of possible showers could dampen (literally) plans other than voting. For others, it will be just another work day other than voting.
Second, make sure you are an informed voter. Gather all the information you can about the candidates, the issues and the amendments. There is plenty of information out there, but keep in mind, in Louisiana, you only have three minutes to vote. That's not much time, and the ballot is full.
After years of government cuts, Louisiana’s community hospitals need a more reliable source of funding to fulfill their mission of providing care for Louisiana’s families. The fact remains that over the past six years base payments to Louisiana’s community hospitals have been severely cut because of the current financial system in Louisiana.
The Internet is such a powerful tool in modern life, it’s hard for a lot of people to imagine going through their daily routine without using it in some capacity. But for some people in rural communities, accessing the Internet isn’t as easy as just connecting to the wifi network.