From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 14, Shreveport police will host the open house event to give those interested in law enforcement a sneak peek into the different opportunities the Shreveport Police Department has to offer..
Maum is a Louisiana native who has lived in Haughton for the past 30 years. Building on a lifelong love of the outdoors, he purchased his first camera in the early 1980s and began experimenting with nature photography.
On Sunday, Oct. 1, Shreve Memorial Library’s Mobile Library will make a stop at Ki’ Mexico, a restaurant known for its unique tacos and other Mexican specialties, located at 3839 Gilbert Drive. Library staff will be on site from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. presenting special Spanish-language story times and activities related to Hispanic Heritage Month.
“Vaxxed: From Cover-Up to Catastrophe” is billed as “the film they don’t want you to see” and investigates the explosion of autism diagnoses among children worldwide. The film gives concerned parents and child caregivers options to prevent autism among children.
But the honors didn’t stop there. Bossier City Police Chief Shane McWilliams stepped up to meet Josh. Bending on one knee, McWilliams administered the oath of office to Josh, his right hand upraised as he recited the oath with the chief..
Employees recognized for their years of service were Earl Hawthorn, John Anderson, Eirc Greene, John Kay, BreAnna Lee, Lyishstron Pringle, Joseph Williams and Lauren Feazel, five years; Carmen Atkins, Patsy Alban, Pamiko Pineset, Felicia Harris, Joseph Kay, James Moore, Henry Whitehorn Jr.
Shreve Memorial Library’s Teen Services will host a moderated panel discussion, “Banned Books Week: Celebrating Our Right to read,” on Thursday, Sept. 28, at 5:30 p.m. at the Main Branch. Patrons will also be encouraged to celebrate the right to read by participating in the Rebel Reader competition on Twitter.
Sgt. Daniel Talley, Marine Corps veteran and K-9 supervisor with the Bossier Sheriff’s Office, was encouraged by the support for him and his K-9 partner. “It’s very heartwarming when you get a donation like this. They aren’t just thinking of us officers, but they also thought about the animals that we use on a daily basis.
Eligibility for membership in the university's junior honor society is established by completing at least the first 60 credits toward an undergraduate degree. Of these, 44 must have been earned at Fairleigh Dickinson and a CGPR of 3.20 must have been maintained for all of them.