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August 01 09:57 AM
Ollie Tyler’s mayoral campaign hypes her “great success” as the Caddo school superintendent during her tenure (July 1, 2003 — July 31, 2007). And in fact, Tyler claims that her administrative experience in Caddo (and in Baton Rouge/New Orleans) make her the most qualified candidate to be Shreveport’s next mayor.
August 01 09:57 AM
Unless you just parachuted in from Mars, you've probably seen media reports about the retirement bill recently passed by the Legislature and signed by the governor (Act 859) that boosts the retirement benefits for a small number (allegedly two) of Louisiana State Police Troopers.
August 01 09:57 AM
Twenty-six years ago, after almost 12 years with the Louisiana State Police, I graduated from LSU Law School and, immediately after passing the bar on my first attempt, was hired by then nationally acclaimed District Attorney Henry Brown as one of his prosecutors.
August 01 09:57 AM
As you watch events unfold in the Middle East, never take your eyes off Israel. What Israel does and what Israel says is always important. What other countries say about Israel and what other countries do about Israel or to Israel is always important..
August 01 09:57 AM
After more than 45 years of community and political experience, I feel that I must warn voters about making hasty and uneducated decisions of supporting candidates for political office. We should remember that qualifying to run for elected office in fall elections is Aug.
July 25 10:10 AM
It’s almost unheard of for an incumbent district attorney to be defeated in a re-election bid, especially after serving only one term. But that may just be the case for embattled Caddo District Attorney Charles Scott, whose six -year term ends this year.
July 25 10:10 AM
In the Old Testament book of Genesis, Satan, the Father of Lies, as he is sometimes called, comes to the Garden of Eden to tempt Eve, and during the encounter, he reveals some of his weaknesses. These are flaws that will someday cost him dearly when God consigns him to the lake of fire forever.
July 25 10:10 AM
Over the last couple of years, I have remained silent while you have published articles painting Glay Collier as a monster, a horrible human being, a character unrecognizable to me. I have to wonder about the validity of your sources because I should recognize the man in your articles.
July 18 11:28 AM
At his inauguration party in 2006, newly minted Shreveport Mayor Cedric Glover started the festivities with a celebratory announcement “Well, here we are ...” He was, of course, referred to his narrow victory over Jerry Jones and his election as Shreveport's first African American mayor.

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