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April 14 02:35 PM
With spring in full swing, Chimp Haven is getting ready for Spring Fling 2014, Saturday, April 12. Located in the Eddie D. Jones Park off Highway 789 in Keithville, La., the first of two yearly festivals will take place, rain or shine, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
April 14 02:35 PM
Oscar winner. Emmy Award winner. Author. Illustrator. Animator. World-renowned creative mind William Joyce has a lot of titles, and on Saturday, May 3, he will add one more: commencement speaker. Joyce will be the featured guest speaker at Centenary College’s 2014 commencement celebration in the Gold Dome at 10:30 a.
April 04 10:06 AM
Shreveport-Bossier’s Great American Cleanup activities are led by Shreveport Green. Members of the public are invited to form Great American Cleanup teams and join hundreds of others in removing trash from area businesses, parks, neighborhoods, vacant lots, and waterways.
April 04 10:06 AM
“We’re hoping that this will be the best-attended festival in Cinco de Mayo Fiesta history,” said Guillermo “Willie” Ortiz, event chairperson. “We’re looking to fill Festival Plaza with activity after activity.
April 04 10:05 AM
The Department of Justice, the Office of Justice Programs and the Bureau of Justice Assistance are seeking applications for funding of grants under the Violent Gang and Gun Crime Reduction Program, also known as Project Safe Neighborhoods..
April 04 10:05 AM
The toys will be placed in patrol cars and in fire department vehicles for distribution to children during calls for service, including fires, motor vehicle crashes or other incidents that can have a distressing effect on a child..
March 28 10:06 AM
weekly: children’s group, teen group, significant other group, parent’s group and early infant loss group. Free. 6:30-8:30 p.m. Emmanuel Baptist Church in the Family Life Center, 5850 Buncombe Road, Shreveport. Call 318 -317-9329..
March 28 10:06 AM
The 2014 Archery in Louisiana Schools (ALAS) State Tournament, held March 1 in Alexandria, set a record for participating students and schools. The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) hosted the competition at the LSU Ag Center’s State Emergency Shelter.
March 28 10:06 AM
A baby born with Tay-Sachs Disease develops normally in the first three to six months of life. During the next months — or even years — the baby will progressively lose the ability to see, hear and move. The child will stop smiling, crawling, turning over and reaching out for things.

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