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November 28 10:05 AM
The Bossier Arts Council (BAC) will be host to the Annual Bossier Parish Student Art Show. The show begins December 1st and runs until January 31st. This year's theme, "The World Around Me" encourages students in Elementary through High School to produce artworks that reflect how they perceive the world.
November 28 10:05 AM
Downtown Shreveport was once the retail hub of the area, and citizens are invited back to enjoy a day of shopping, entertainment, dining and movies. Make a full day of it, and win $250 in Downtown Bucks that you can spend throughout the holiday season at any participating downtown businesses.
November 28 10:05 AM
Coach Ronnie Howell, who is in his first year spearheading the tournament, said, “There are eight teams. There are some local teams, and there are also some out-of town teams — there are actually three out-of-town teams. It’s a great field.
November 28 10:05 AM
Santa Claus has eight tiny reindeer to help deliver presents to boys and girls around the world. Local charities will have more than a hundred car enthusiasts making their own deliveries of toys to needy children in the region during the annual Santa Fun Run, to be held Saturday, Dec.
November 28 07:09 AM
Allen P. Ebarb, Matthew C. Frizzell, Matthew D. Henry, Michael M. Hirsch, Alisha B. House, David K. Lowery, Jasmine K. McCraney, Gavin J. Mitchell, Rickey T. Smith, Tyler A. Spikes, Justin S. Sundquist, Jacinda M. White, and Adrienna D. Widlund, Caddo Parish Sheriff’s Office;.
November 28 07:09 AM
Downtown Shreveport was once the retail hub of the area, and citizens are invited back to enjoy a day of shopping, entertainment, dining and movies. Make a full day of it, and win $250 in Downtown Bucks that you can spend throughout the holiday season at any participating downtown businesses.
November 28 07:09 AM
While most kids in Bossier were enjoying the first day of their Thanksgiving break, 10 Bossier Sheriff’s Young Marines packed Christmas gift boxes Monday morning at First Baptist Church of Bossier as part of Operation Christmas Child.
November 21 10:15 AM
Some small-business owners, instead of laying people off, have cut their own salaries to keep their full complement of employees. Others have dipped into savings or taken out second mortgages to keep their doors open or to avoid cutting back employee hours.

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