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September 16 06:09 AM
Tickets for tours are $10 each and may be purchased at Belcher Presbyterian Church (508 Gray Street/Hwy. 3049, Belcher), Crossroads Museum in Gilliam (located on Hwy. 3049 in Gilliam) and at the homes featured on the tour. The Heritage & Harvest Tour begins on Hwy.
September 16 06:09 AM
The confrontation, which happened on Aug. 22, ultimately ended with Franklin being taken to the ground before being arrested and transported to the Bossier City Police Department, where he was booked into jail on charges of disturbing the peace while...
September 16 06:09 AM
Keynote speaker at the 9/11 Remembrance Symposium, co-sponsored by the Strategy Alternatives Consortium affiliate at LSU Shreveport and the local Air Force Association chapter, was retired U.S. Air Force Maj. Gen. Curtis Bedke, who commanded 2nd Bomb Wing on Sept.
September 16 06:09 AM
When the unit’s door was shut, Gary started hitting the door with his head and both feet. When Officer Allen opened the door, Gary kicked the officer in the right arm and rib area. Gary refused to comply with officers’ instructions. After being seat belted in the vehicle, he freed himself and started hitting his head against the door again.
September 16 06:09 AM
State Dept. of Transportation and Development (DOTD) officials said a portion of La. Hwy. 527 in south Bossier Parish is closed due to a large sinkhole reportedly caused when a large culvert beneath the roadway collapsed..
September 16 06:09 AM
Carlos Tramell Russell, 30, of Shreveport, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Elizabeth E. Foote on one count of possession of a firearm and ammunition by a convicted felon and one count of possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking offense.
September 16 06:09 AM
On Sept. 8, Holt appeared before Caddo District Judge O’Callaghan, along with his counsel, Mary Harried. Holt withdrew his former plea of not guilty and entered a plea of guilty on the two counts of aggravated rape. The District Attorney’s office entered a dismissal on the charge of aggravated crime against nature.
September 16 06:09 AM
Stevens says he broke out the window to try to get to the victims to render aid. He said they were able to get the female out of the truck and attempted to administer CPR. He said the driver of the vehicle, later identified as Cody Clark, 31, of Vivian was alive and mumbling; however, he was trapped inside the vehicle.
September 16 06:09 AM
“It’s always a really fun event,” she said. “It’s basically a fund-raiser for Robinson’s Rescue, but it’s a play on Octoberfest, which always takes place in September. We just kind of combine two things that people in our community really love, which are pets and beer, which I think is a really fun concept.

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