Governor Jindal stressed that while Louisiana’s economy is outperforming the southern and national economies, there are too many Louisianians that are unemployed, underemployed or that have left the state to find work.
Nearly 500 students from 18 schools participated in the elementary, middle and high school divisions for a variety of prizes, and a chance to compete at the national tournament held in Kentucky. The tournament consisted of seven flights with up to 80 archers shooting per flight.
“We’ve had some great alternative break mission trips around the country and internationally in Mexico, the Bahamas, and Belize,” said Reverend Betsy Eaves, Director of UMC Relations and Chaplain of Centenary College. “But it’s always nice to do something in our own backyard.
This is the first in a long time commitment of the Bossier Arts Council's staff and board of directors to produce original works written by Shreveport-Bossier natives. Local Mat Latz not only wrote but is also directing and performing in the production.
The tradition of this annual event extends back to the very beginnings of Hodges Gardens, which was founded in the 1950s. Set against the beautiful backdrop of the gardens and lake, the outdoor service is a moving experience that describes Christ's passion and resurrection in music and dramatic readings.
Many people think of sweet potatoes as a fall food staple, especially with some sort of sweet potato casserole serving as a Thanksgiving table tradition in so many homes. But Louisiana sweet potatoes aren’t just an autumn treat. They are available year round and make a fantastic addition to springtime crawfish boils.
At its regular Board of Director’s meeting on February 12, 2013, the Board of Directors of Community Bank of Louisiana unanimously named the banks board room the Walter E. Dorroh Sr.’s Board Room in honor of it’s former Chairman. Dorroh served as Chairman of Community Bank of Louisiana for 37years, from 1976 until his death in January of 2013.
Virginia College in Shreveport/Bossier City will host a Friends and Family Easter Open House for the community and former, current and prospective students on Saturday, March 23, 2013 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., to be held at the campus located at 2950 E Texas Street, Suite C.
The Analytical Studies Group Intern Program’s highly selective selection process heavily stresses research knowledge and experience and spots are usually reserved for graduate students. Hair, a chemistry major and visual culture minor, credits her research experience with Centenary faculty as a contributing factor in her acceptance.
The Bossier Arts Council got quite a surprise in the mail on May 17, an award letter (and check!) from the Beaird Foundation Grant Program. Funds received will go to help cover the cost of transportation for schools to attend DigiFest South 2013. The event, which is slated for Sept.
MANSFIELD, La.—Seifried & Brew LLC, a community bank risk management firm, named Community Bank of Louisiana in its 2012 Top 15th percentile of community banks. To gain entry into this distinguished ranking, the bank demonstrated exemplary performance of balancing risk and reward based on the Bank’s S&B Total Risk/Return Composite Ranking.
Residential trash collection in Bossier City will also be suspended that day. The schedule for trash pickup for that week will be altered as follows: Monday (May 27) trash collection routes will run on Tuesday (May 28). Tuesday (May 28) trash collection routes will run on Wednesday (May 29).