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April 14 08:27 AM
— A Louisiana tax return preparer, Finecia Draper of Simmesport, La., prepares fraudulent tax returns for her customers, according to a new civil suit filed by the Justice Department. The suit, filed in federal court in Alexandria, Louisiana asks the court to permanently bar Draper from preparing federal tax returns for others.
April 14 08:27 AM
The Project Pushmataha offering comprises of nine timberland tracts distributed across eastern Pushmataha County, Okla., ranging in size from 480 acres to 4,276 acres. These timberlands have operated as commercial forests for decades and continue to be a ready resource for the Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Texas lumber and paper markets.
April 14 08:21 AM
Poling tackles Nick Payne’s “Constellations” with a Centenary cast and crew at the Central Art Station in downtown Shreveport. The show opens at 7:30 p.m. April 21 with an additional evening performance at 2 p.m. April 22 and a 2 p.m. matinee to close the run on April 23.
April 14 08:21 AM
“I wanted to manifest these women on a material form and create an atmosphere of pause and reflection in order to evoke an awareness of the viewer’s own shadow,” Addy said. This series of archetypal women is meant to represent the powerful duality within a woman’s wild heart.
April 14 08:21 AM
Timothy A. Larkin of Bossier City was reappointed to the Bossier Levee District. Larkin is the president of Larkin Development Corporation. As required by statute, he was nominated by a legislator who represents the district and will serve as a representative of Ward 2 of Bossier Parish.
April 14 08:21 AM
The CVS Health Foundation Tuesday announced more than $1 million in grants to 33 free and charitable clinics, including one in Shreveport, as part of a multiyear grant program with the National Association of Free & Charitable Clinics (NAFC).
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