On Saturday, May 3, the Louisiana Passenger Safety Task Force along with Louisiana State Police and Caddo Sheriff’s Office will provide free child passenger safety seat checks at Splash Kingdom Water Park in Shreveport.
The first girder was positioned over the roadway Tuesday night. As the girders on the southbound span go up, crews will close Highway 1 from 8 p.m. to 5 p.m. to minimize the inconvenience to motorists, according to Susan Stafford, public information officer for the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development.
At the twoday digital arts festival and technology expo, scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday, Sept. 17 and 18, at the CenturyLink Center in Bossier City, students learn how technology has become an integral part of our society and culture and the many job opportunities that exist once they leave school and look for a career.
The discovery and production of oil was the catalyst for forming this city, and it was the first site of offshore oil wells in the United States. Considered the larges natural lake of fresh water in the south covering 26,800 acres, Caddo Lake is shared by Texas and Louisiana.
Grant Nuckolls, franchisee of the local burger joint, said hosting Buddy Flett is a true honor, and we hope our customers will join us in packing the house to hear this local legend who’s been gracing Louisiana with his smooth sounds for more than three decades.
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.
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.
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.