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September 12 03:25 PM
The Benton team, comprised of 24 fourthand fifth-graders and one third-grader, were invited to compete at the World Tournament in July in Madison, Wis. They were the first Louisiana team to qualify for the World Tournament and did so by finishing in eighth place at the NASP National Tournament held in Louisville, Ky.
September 12 03:25 PM
Northrose Plantation, historically known as the W.H. North Plantation, dates back to 1886. The original home was moved with mules and wagons from the bank of the Red River in 1903 to the present site on Cottonwood Bayou. After being destroyed by fire in 1923, the home was rebuilt on the original foundation.
September 05 11:46 AM
Stemming from its obsessive desire to quench thirsts with cold beers, Twisted Root is excited to announce two new developments. First, the better burger restaurant has added a new walk-in cooler, which has allowed for more cold beer storage and an additional 12 beers on tap.
September 05 11:46 AM
This year, the BBQ Shrimp Contest will be on Friday night, Sept. 12, with prize money totaling $1,000. Saturday, Sept. 13, the West Baton Rouge Tourist Information & Conference Center grounds will be center stage for the 8th Annual Smokin` Oldies Barbeque Cook-Off.
September 05 11:46 AM
Since then, Simek worked in a variety of capacities in the Records Division before serving as a secretary with the Criminal Investigations Division, where she spent 21 years. In 1996, she was appointed secretary to the chief by then-Chief of Police Danny Dison and continues to serve in that capacity today.
August 29 09:58 AM
Beginning Friday, Aug. 29, through Monday, Sept.1, favorite brands, including Old Farmer’s Almanac General Store, Fossil, Carter’s, OshKosh B’Gosh and Wilsons Leather Outlet, among many more, will hold Labor Day Weekend sidewalk sales with limited-time discounts on end-ofsummer and fall preview merchandise.
August 29 09:58 AM
“I pride myself on having a servant heart, possessing the ethics, integrity and ability to build relationships to get things done,” Taliaferro said. “I have served my country both locally and nationally; with my 34 years in law enforcement and 33 years of military experience, I am uniquely qualifiedto be the next Shreveport city marshal.
August 29 09:58 AM
The Mooringsport Cypress Festival will be held 5:30-9 p.m., Friday, Sept. 12, and 8 a.m.-6 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 13, at the Edwin Tuttle Currie Park in Mooringsport, La. After a two-year hiatus, the festival has been brought back by several passionate supporters in the Mooringsport community.

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