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September 25 05:56 AM
By state law and Caddo Parish ordinance, these districts are legally established within parish governing bodies, meaning our Caddo Parish Commission. It appoints the volunteer members of each district’s board, which then does the taxing and spending..
September 25 05:56 AM
The pope is taking the country by storm having made visits to three American cities in the past week. His schedulers made one oversight in planning Pope Francis’ first trip to the U.S. He should have come to Louisiana. More than half the population in South Louisiana is Catholic.
September 18 06:52 AM
Galivants Ferry is a small historical town of 5,048 citizens in South Carolina. Just a few short miles down Highway 501 in Aynor, S.C., is Aynor High School. In 2012, Robert Dean Johnson, 51, of Galivants Ferry, was named the Horry County Teacher of the Year for his work at Aynor High School.
September 18 06:52 AM
Hope for significant reform of the wayward Caddo Parish Commission was given a serious boost by last week’s official qualifying for the body’s 12 elective seats. As heartening as that is, only our October and November elections — and the outcome of my lawsuit against the Commission — will turn hope into reality.
September 18 06:52 AM
According to national political pundits, there is a revolution going on all over America. Voters are in a rebellion mode with little confidence in the political leadership at both the national and state levels. Being an incumbent politician is no longer a badge of honor.
September 11 07:15 AM
Despite the fact that federal regulations limit the amount of cold and hay fever medications containing pseudoephedrine, a key ingredient in the manufacture of meth, that you can purchase each month, the authorities continue to discover people “cooking” their own meth.
September 11 07:15 AM
of the team. Of course, I wanted them to hit the winning home run or to be the leading scorer. But the important thing was that they showed up and gave it their best. Maybe they sat on the bench and didn’t play all that much, but they were still part of the squad.
September 04 02:31 PM
The first case comes from Springfield, Mo. On Aug. 2, Ashley Miller was walking outside at her local Wal-Mart store when an old acquaintance drove by. When the driver saw Ms. Miller, she waved at him and asked if he would give her a ride. He agreed; after all, they knew each other.
September 04 05:56 AM
Sgt. Barrett Lovell, who works in the Corrections Division of the Bossier Sheriff’s Office, was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia with MDS in October 2014 and received multiple chemotherapy treatments and blood transfusions. He also had a stem cell transplant.

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