This year, students will study a variety of American artists, explore different genres and play with an assortment of mediums. They will also have opportunities to get out onto Centenary’s campus to find inspiration for their creations. Projects will be tailored to fit each child’s abilities.
Graduates of the academy were: Kerry Bridges, William George, Roxanne Stone, Donnell Thomas and James Wiggins, Caddo Parish Sheriff’s Office; Danna Cato, Travious Johnson and Christie Sparks, Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Office; Wesley Swayze, Red...
“While Kool Smiles is proud to provide quality, affordable dental care to families with various forms of insurance, including Medicaid, we also recognize there are many children in our community who have no insurance and whose families cannot afford regular trips to the dentist,” said Dr.
In Caddo Parish, the Caddo Sheriff’s Office, Shreveport Police Department, Louisiana State Police and Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) will collect old, unwanted and expired pharmaceutical controlled substances and other medications from 10 a.m. to 2 p.
Born and raised in Homer, La., Marlen May Waters graduated from La. Tech University with a B.S. in medical technology and a M.B.A. in marketing. She continued her education studying art and calligraphy at La. Tech University, University of Pennsylvania, Chicago College of Art, St.
Reserves go through the same hiring process as full -time sheriff’s employees. They must meet minimal fitness standards, be at least 21 years old and be able to volunteer at least 120 hours each year..
Shreveport Derby Day will feature live music by New Orleans-based, Grammy Award-winning Rebirth Brass Band, lawn games, food by Rhino Coffee, an open bar serving traditional Kentucky Derby cocktails by Wine Country Bistro and Bottle Shop, desserts by Buttercups Cupcakes, a raffle drawing for great prizes, “best-dressed” contests and more.
Liz Swaine, executive director of the Downtown Development Authority, said, “What we are actually trying to do is just position the Shreveport Water Works Museum in a way where people who have not thought to visit before will. And right now, food trucks are very popular.
Bossier Sheriff’s Deputy David Vishnefski (far left) was honored Saturday by the Bossier City Knights of Columbus as the Bossier Deputy of the Year. Pictured with Vishnefski are (from left) Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington, John Fow and Brett Barrow.