Frazier is a professor of history at McMurry University and an adjunct professor of history at Schreiner University. He is the award-winning author of several books about the Civil War, including “Blood and Treasure. “Love and War” and other books by Frazier will be available for purchase at the benefit.
“Police officers, deputies, firefighters and EMTs all deal with some of the most difficult times in a person’s life, and the job can get real stressful,” said Pastor Hall, who has pastored Shreveport Baptist Temple for the past 42 years.
In 2013, Davis had an opportunity to visit the island of Saba, a small island in the Caribbean and a special municipality of the Netherlands. In this talk, he will explore the plants, animals and charm of this little Caribbean island, emphasizing the birds he encountered.
“We have 30 different posters that will be up at our locations. And each building is paired with a beer. This year, some historic people will be cited in addition to the buildings for people to learn about, such as Leonidas Polk, “The Fighting Bishop,” who will be paired with Henry’s G.
The State of Black Shreveport is hosting their 2016 Symposium & Economic Summit, Saturday, Feb. 27, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., at the Shreveport Convention Center. Community leaders, education advocates, elected officials, clergy and citizens are all invited.
Everyone with a valid Centenary ID (faculty, staff, and students) will receive free admission. Live Video: collegetvticket.com Live Audio: (via WNTI, the campus radio station) Live Stats and Tournament Central: http://www.scacsports.com/tournament/winter/.
SHREVEPORT, La. — Is it wrong to use religious beliefs to justify laws in a pluralistic society? Can we create an environment in which a variety of religions flourish? These questions and other similarly challenging topics are the subject of Centenary College's annual Forum, which begins on Monday, Feb.
Sheriff Rodney Arbuckle is proud to announce that one of his deputies has completed an Intoxilyzer 5000 Instructor Class. This will allow the DeSoto Parish Sheriff’s Office to certify deputies on the Intoxilyzer 5000 instrument, which is commonly referred to as the breath test during a DWI arrest.