Boddie, who entered Centenary as a freshman in 1977, quickly immersed himself into the college community. As a student, he was a DJ for the collegiate radio station. Starting in the fall of 1981, Boddie added PA for the Ladies’ basketball team to his resume.
S heriff Rodney Arbuckle is pleased to announce the deputy of the quarter award for the third quarter of 2015. He wants to point out that these awards are to recognize deputies for their outstanding performance both on and off the job. Presented with awards for this quarter are the following deputies:.
Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington is grateful for the staff and members of The Simple Church and their willingness to be a blessing to others this Christmas and is pleased his deputies were able to be a part in spreading some Christmas cheer to our residents.
"Students selected to attend Centenary know that they and their families are investing in an educational experience that will allow them to do more in four years than they would be able to accomplish at most other Tier One National Liberal Arts Colleges,” said President David Rowe.
Effective January 1, 2016, Laura W. Fulco will be the First Assistant District Attorney for Caddo Pairhs. Fulco is a 1994 graduate of the LSU Paul M. Herbert Law Center where she was a member of the Law Review.
Members of the River Bend Rotary Club presented a check for $3,000 to the Shreveport Police and Firefighters Memorial Fund to maintain and preserve the memorial site. Shreveport Mayor Ollie S. Tyler and Police Chief Willie Shaw accepted the check on behalf of the memorial fund.
Donald is a retired first sergeant and former senior drill instructor in the U.S. Marine Corps. While on active duty, he volunteered countless hours to train boys and girls in the Bossier Sheriff’s Young Marines..