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October 04 09:21 AM
I have read your paper without fail since its inception, many times wishing to put my “two cents” on the Hotline due to outrage at the things in our local area that you and your reporters and editorialists have brought to light. Were it not for The Inquisitor, many atrocities and greedy mismanagement schemes would never become public knowledge.
September 27 06:05 PM
If anyone thinks that Detroit is the only city going broke, then they need to look closely at Shreveport’s financial crisis. Getting a straight answer on the city’s finances from the Glover administration — and, for that matter, — on anything that Big G considers controversial — is like looking for buried bones in Shreveport’s dog park.
September 27 06:05 PM
admit that there might have been some brief joy in not having to war over the shower or endure cold feet in the middle of my back in the middle of the night or hear those four words every husband hates to hear from the bathroom when he’s waiting for his wife to get ready to go out: “I hate my hair!” But, really, such consolations die quickly.
September 27 06:05 PM
Our first report this week comes from Rifle, Colo., located near Glenwood Springs. The Two Rivers Drug Enforcement Team (TRIDENT) was investigating suspicious drug activity in Rifle last spring when they uncovered a methamphetamine distribution ring.
September 27 06:05 PM
As the expression goes, everyone loves the idea of education reform, until those reforms have a face. Over the years the aforementioned statement has proven true in Caddo Parish as several needed reform attempts by past administrations have been...
September 20 09:34 AM
Like it or not, race is a factor- — a major factor — in Northwest Louisiana politics. The upcoming 2014 election for Shreveport mayor will most likely result in the election of Shreveport’s second black mayor, if for no other reason than a strong white candidate has yet to surface.
September 20 09:34 AM
WASHINGTON, D.C. (AP)— Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal on Wednesday demanded that federal officials abandon their challenge of his state's voucher system, accusing the Justice Department of being more interested in doing favors for teacher unions than helping students.
September 20 09:34 AM
The Springfield Symphony Orchestra had loaned this valuable instrument to Mrs. Horowitz’s son, Jason, concertmaster for the local Youth Symphony. The boy’s mother put his fiddle on the roof of her vehicle, forgot about it, and drove off. Police say witnesses reported spying an empty violin case lying by the road.

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