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December 26 06:03 AM
A year ago, Glover announced the kickoff of Bank On Shreveport as part of a nationwide initiative to assist city leaders to connect the unbanked and under-banked citizens of a community with mainstream financial services offered by banks and credit unions.
December 26 06:03 AM
But for 13-year-old Logan Wilson of Plain Dealing, it has a much more ominous implication. Logan is stricken with what is called “Nutcracker Syndrome,” an extremely rare disorder in which the veins to his kidneys are compressing on the arteries — much like a nutcracker on a pecan — causing chronic pain that his doctors are struggling to manage.
December 19 10:05 AM
As the holidays approach and winter sets in, we are all reminded that this time of year is about giving back and showing goodwill toward others. The hunting community is no exception.
December 19 10:05 AM
Sheriff Rodney Arbuckle has issued his congratulations to the recent academy graduates and introduce them to the public. On Nov. 25, the DeSoto Parish Sheriff’s Office graduated five employees from the Caddo Parish Sheriff Training Academy. They are Aaron Anderson, Russ Jones, Blake McCoy, Kelby Pearah and Shane Taylor.
December 19 10:05 AM
The Shreveport Airport Authority, an independent group of volunteers, will lead a search for a permanent director. Last time, ADK Executive Search was hired to identify candidates from across the country for the board to nominate. Several were interviewed before Mayor Glover ultimately appointed Francis.
December 19 10:05 AM
Children were able to visit with Santa Claus and enjoy playing outside in the foam “snow” made by the firefighters. Olaf, the snowman from the movie “Frozen,” and an LSU Tiger also livened up the festivities and brought holiday cheer to the children..
December 19 10:05 AM
Saturday, December 20, road work will commence to widen the East Bound 1-220 inside lane between LA 1 (North Market Street) and LA 173 (Blanchard Road). This work is anticipated to last two days weather permitting. The lane closure will begin at 6 a.m. on Dec.
December 19 06:22 AM
Celebrating its 119th year Jan. 16 through Feb. 7, the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo (FWSSR) embodies the history and culture of Fort Worth still prevalent today. Cowboys on horseback, heart-pounding rodeo and 22,000 head of livestock reign during the 23-day-long event held at Will Rogers Memorial Center – one of the nation’s top equestrian facilities.

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