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February 19 07:06 AM
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.
February 19 07:06 AM
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.
February 19 07:06 AM
Ten different law enforcement agencies make up Class 015, which will train for the next 11 and a half weeks to complete the Peace Officers Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) schedule, a regimen that consists of classes and scenarios to train them to become professional police officers and deputy sheriffs.
February 19 07:06 AM
“The job shadow program allows these young people the opportunity to learn first-hand how law and order works,” said Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington. “Who knows, maybe we’ll see them back one day working alongside our team in the Sheriff’s Office or in one of the courtrooms as a judge.
February 12 06:41 AM
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Davenport University announced that Raghu Maramraj of Shreveport has officially completed a degree in business, technology or health professions at the end of the fall 2015 semester. Davenport will host a commencement ceremony on May 1, when nearly 1,200 students will participate in graduation ceremonies in downtown Grand Rapids.

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