How would you like to see 10 minutes of a dance routine — for the first time — and then perform the steps while being graded on precision (accuracy), technique (style), dynamics (expression) and overall performance? Or sing 16 to 32 bars of a...
New research confirms that Caddo Parish School Board debt will rise to more than $250,000,000 if voters approve the tax plan set for a vote next month. The debt total is far higher than school board members and top staff acknowledge in their current campaign in favor of the tax and debt plan.
Caddo Parish School Superintendent Lamar Goree likes to brag about how great the 5,800 employees of the Caddo School Board are at the community forums, explaining the upcoming $108 million bond issue vote on May 2.
The Civil War came to an end 150 years ago this week when an exhausted Confederate army, led by Gen. Robert E. Lee, formally surrendered to Union Gen. Ulysses S. Grant at a farmhouse in Appomattox, Va. From the beginning of the war to a bitter end on both sides, Louisiana played key roles in how this tragic war was fought.
"The core of your tax plan is the building of a $24,500,000 school in southeast Shreveport, regardless that no school there is needed, and that building it seriously damages University Elementary School. How do you explain this to parents and staff who support University and any other damaged schools?".
methods of manufacturing meth, including the “one-pot” procedure, as well as the procedures for the decontamination of these labs. I was fortunate enough to receive this training with Law Enforcement and Emergency Service Personnel from Caddo Parish and throughout Louisiana.
How much is it worth for Louisiana taxpayers to have movies made throughout the state? Apparently, quite a lot. Recent studies have shown that for every new dollar created in jobs, equipment, catering and all the spin off income, Louisiana taxpayers are paying out four times that amount.
Caddo population had risen during the period midyear 2010 to mid-year 2012, up to 257,328, but in the two years since, as Haynesville Shale activity dropped and the General Motors plant closed, the popula tion.
Yet the “methamphetamine epidemic” continues to boom unabated as more and more people fall under the spell of this insidious drug. How can that be, you may ask. Well, the Mexican drug cartels have filled the void as the demand for methamphetamine rages.