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May 29 07:21 AM
Visitors to the festival are encouraged to explore the Sunflower Trail on their way to or from the festival. To drive the Sunflower Trail, turn right at Old Dixie Inn and Sentell Road and drive the loop around the levee. Sentell Road circles back onto Highway 3049 at Cornerstone Baptist Church, just north of Dixie.
May 22 06:30 AM
Storytellers scheduled to take part in the June 6 program include Wesley Hall Parker, Thomas Ayers and Stephen Vekovius. Stories told at All Y’all events are recorded, and select stories are released as episodes of the All Y’all podcast, a Shreveport-based podcast featuring local storytellers.
May 22 06:30 AM
Sheriff Rodney Arbuckle is pleased to announce the winners of the LSA Scholarship Awards. Sheriff Arbuckle awarded these scholarships to four DeSoto Parish graduating student: Jasmine N. White of Logansport High School, Irenaissia Kelly of Mansfield High School, Chase Slater of North DeSoto High School and Baylee’ R.
May 15 07:30 AM
Cypress Inn will be catering and future Kingston families can purchase 2015-16 spirit shirts with the newly revealed logo, yard signs and browse at vendor tables for uniforms, belts and bows..
May 15 07:30 AM
As part of the event, several vendors from the health-care and related fields will have informational booths set up and manned with personnel to answer any questions you may have concerning their services..
May 15 07:30 AM
Northwest Louisiana law enforcement officers will take to the streets of Bossier and Caddo Parishes to kick off the 2015 Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics Louisiana on Friday, May 15, with a ceremony starting at 9 a.m. on the Milam Street side of the Caddo Parish Courthouse.
May 15 07:30 AM
Airline High School sophomore Yuliana Gutierrez recently had an exciting experience while at work at Nicky’s restaurant. A female patron went into labor, the EMT’s were called and they waited. They then received a call that the EMT’s would be delayed due to a traffic tie-up from an accident.
May 15 07:30 AM
Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington said 10 members of the Bossier Sheriff’s Corrections Emergency Response Team spent six days, May 1 – May 7, at a mock prison-riot event held at a decommissioned penitentiary in Moundsville, W. Va. “We’re very proud of the performance of our team,” said Whittington.

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