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July 04 08:01 AM
Over the last several weeks, citizens throughout Caddo Parish, particularly those who frequent the Shreveport area, cannot help bit notice the exodus of campaign literature, coverage, blogs and columns regarding the upcoming political races that will call for the election of a new mayor, police chief, city council, district judges, and city marshal.
July 02 12:02 PM

By Bob Franken

 I usually hate gloating, but this time I'm doing it. And loving it. That's because the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office panel has decided that the Washington NFL team no longer has federal
July 02 11:59 AM

BY David Uffington

How is your financial year going? Are you on target with your goals? Halfway through the year is a good time to assess where you are, and where you're going. Here are some suggestions:  Ha
June 30 10:12 AM

Court Rejects Obama Admin. Assault On Religious Liberty

 Governor Jindal issued the following statement in response to the Supreme Court ruling in the Hobby Lobby case: “With today's Hobby Lobby decision rejecting the arguments of President Ob
June 27 07:52 AM
The new law represents a major policy change in the administration, planning and programming functions in the Department of Transportation and Development (DOTD) relative to strategic and intermodal issues.
June 27 07:52 AM
Amy Grant is a professing Christian. She is immensely talented. She is a singer-songwriter, musician, author and actress. She has dozens of Dove awards, six Grammys and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. God has gifted her beyond measure. She has money and fame.
June 27 07:52 AM
One would hardly believe that Shreveport has an incumbent city marshal with the number of announced candidates lining up to qualify for this race. The names in the mix as this writing are five — Charlie Caldwell (the incumbent), Don Otis, Joey Hester and Richard Johnson.

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