The Bossier Sheriff’s Office is offering an eight-hour church security team training class to be held over a period of two evenings. The class will be from 6-10 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 4, and Thursday, Aug. 6.
Grant Nuckolls, the owner of Twisted Root Burger Co., said he and the two other restaurant owners had wanted to do more of these pub crawls, “but in Shreveport it’s tough because there’s not many restaurants, two or three or four restaurants, all within walking distance of each other.
The other Lake Street businesses celebrating include iArchitecture, an architecture firm specializing in modern design; Vintage Design Group, LLC, an interior design and architecture firm; and Good Granoly, which creates different granolas, including the one that tops Counter Culture’s famous Humphrey Yogart.
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) is accepting lottery hunt applications for physically challenged deer hunters wishing to participate in hits to be held at Sabine and Camp Beauregard Wildlife Management Areas (WMA) during the 2015-16 season.
During the drawdown, an estimated 10,000 acres of water will remain in the lake. Boaters can access the lake from the following public boat launches: Port of Bistineau Launch, Bossier Public Launch, Grice’s and Bayou Dorcheat Public Launch.
“We wanted to give you a snapshot of some of the progress that has been made since January of 2015,” Tyler said. “I have been and will continue to be committed to a vision for the city that exemplifies exceptional and transparent government services that enhance and promote a great quality of life for all of us to enjoy.
Eugene O’Neal Cross, 40, of Marshall, Texas, was sentenced to 120 months in prison for one count of distribution of methamphetamine; and Anthony D. Jackson, 25, of Vivian, La., was sentenced to 60 months in prison for one count of conspiracy to distribute cocaine by U.
The current forecast is for the river to crest at 45 feet on July 17 on the Vicksburg gauge. It is somewhat unusual for the river to be this high this time of year. In fact, it was 1928 the last time the Vicksburg gauge was higher than the current forecasted crest in the month of July.
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries is seeking leads about a road grader that was vandalized on the Dewey Wills Wildlife Management Area (WMA) in LaSalle Parish. The road grader was used on June 26 when it overheated and couldn’t be moved to its secured storage area.
Sid Richardson Bass graduated from Yale University and Stanford Graduate School of Business before joining the family business founded by his great-uncle, Sid Richardson, and his father, Perry Richardson Bass. Mr. Bass is active in the family oil and gas and carbon black businesses.