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December 24 10:03 AM
The Louisiana National Guard Youth Challenge Program graduated 221 cadets during a ceremony at The Alexandria Riverfront Center, Dec. 12. The commencement ceremony was historic, as the State of Louisiana, and the Louisiana National Guard celebrated it’s 20,000 th graduate of the Youth Challenge Program (YCP).
December 18 10:51 AM
In addition to the membership special, the Fitness Center will again offer swim lessons for ages 3 to 12, with sign-up beginning in January. The cost is $60 per session, and each session runs for four weeks and includes one lesson per week. Each lesson will be 3o minutes long, and parents will be able to choose times between 6 p.
December 18 10:51 AM
Visitors will get a guided tour that showcased some of the original handlaid parquet floors, stained glass and beveled glass, carved woodwork and fretwork along with a massive mahogany grand staircase..
December 18 10:51 AM
Cowboy Christmas will include more than 20 arts and crafts vendors, a bounce house, a petting zoo, pony rides, photos with “Cowboy Santa” and live entertainment including a live nativity scene performed on horseback by The Sundance Riders at 5 p.m. and a concert featuring Cheridy Adams and Shane Pons beginning at 5:30 p.
December 18 10:51 AM
Bockhaus, an 11-year veteran of the Bossier City Fire Department, received the award for an EMS run he made in 2011 that saved the life of Jace Turner, who was 11 years old at the time. Jace’s jugular vein was severed in a freak accident which resulted in Jace losing a large amount of blood.
December 18 10:51 AM
Prator is a locomotive engineer for the Kansas City Southern Railway Company (KCS) and volunteer for Operation Lifesaver Inc. He has presented the Operation Lifesaver program to 13 sheriff’s auxiliary deputy classes and volunteered over 100 hours to maintaining the railroad safety exhibit at Sheriff’s Safety Town.
December 18 10:51 AM
Receiving the Criminal Division Employee of the Year was Debra McKay, a detective with the Bossier Sheriff’s Office. Receiving the Corrections Division Employee of the Year was Justin Poole, a sergeant in the Corrections Division and receiving the Support Services Division Employee of the Year was Jay Williams, maintenance supervisor.
December 04 05:27 AM
Dec. 7, 1 p.m., St. John Berchmans; Dec. 8, 1 p.m., Vivian Elementary School; Dec. 10, 1 p.m. Jack Timmons Elementary School; Dec. 14, 1:30 p.m., Donnie Bickham Elementary School; and Dec. 16, 1 p.m., Keithville Elementary School..

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