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November 22 12:00 PM
Upon arriving to the scene of the radio collar off of Pete Davis Road in Wildsville in Concordia Parish, agents found the collar and a burn pile next to the collar containing bear parts. Agents also noticed an abandoned, broken-down pickup truck on the property that they later found belonged to Moreland.
November 22 12:00 PM
Although it is estimated there are more than 800 million parking spaces in the United States (that's about three for every automobile), finding one during the busy holiday season is often a challenge. Airports, shopping malls, train stations and downtown parking facilities seem packed.
November 18 02:24 PM

Gulf Coast’s Hottest Costume Inspired Christmastime Event Benefits Military Veterans on December 14

Santa Claus, Mrs. Claus, elves, human Christmas trees and candy canes ─ these are just a few of the festive Christmas costumes that partygoers will sport at the 3rd annual “Running of the Santas
November 18 02:19 PM

Expert Offers Tips to Maximize Money for an Aging Population

 Americans are living longer these days from an average 47 years in 1900 to more than 78 years as of 2010. We are also experiencing a deluge of adults reaching retirement age now that includes
November 15 09:11 AM
“Payday loans drain millions from hard working Louisiana families,” said Nancy McPherson, state director, AARP Louisiana. “Older adults who are on fixed incomes are particularly vulnerable to the lure of quick cash to pay for prescriptions, utilities and groceries.
November 15 09:11 AM
Quigley retired from the Bossier Parish school system after 37 years of service. She primarily taught at Parkway High School in Bossier City, where she taught all business subjects. She was promoted to assistant principal and retired as the assistant principal of Parkway High.
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