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December 12 10:09 AM
The 2014 elections have placed many new faces in key leadership positions for the City of Shreveport and Caddo Parish — a new mayor, four new councilmen and six new school board members. In the process one incumbent council representative was defeated and four incumbent school board members were sent home.
December 05 07:32 AM
Farm to School programs appeared in the ’90s with a threeway focus: fresh, local foods in schools; agriculture and nutrition education in classrooms; and purchases that support local family farms. Years since have seen these programs grow to include 40,000 schools and 23 million students.
December 05 07:32 AM
Awarded by the Public Pension Coordinating Council (PPCC), public employee retirement sys tem recipients are recognized for high professional standards in the areas of plan design and administration, benefits, actuarial valuations, financial reporting, investments and membership communications.
November 28 10:05 AM
“The Payday Loan industry worked very hard this past legislative session to close loopholes in regulations, increase oversight by the Louisiana Office of Financial Institutions (OFI), and provide another way for consumers to break the cycle of debt,” Danny Ford, a spokesman for the Association, said.
November 28 07:09 AM
The last three seats on the Shreveport City Council will be decided on December 6th along with the next Shreveport mayor. Although not receiving the media attention (collectively) as the mayoral runoff, the winners of these elections will undoubtedly set the tone for the next Council – and maybe for Shreveport’sgovernment for the next four years.

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