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October 21 06:29 AM
Caddo Sheriff Steve Prator and Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington said citizens can dispose of unwanted prescription drugs this Saturday, Oct. 22, at Sheriff’s Safety Town, 8910 Jewella Ave., in Shreveport and at the Viking Drive Substation at 2510 Viking Drive in Bossier City.
October 21 06:29 AM
“The Centenary College Republicans invited Dr. Baucum to speak at Centenary to give our campus community and the Shreveport community a chance to have dialogue with a congressional candidate,” said Chris Maples, vice president of the Centenary College Republicans.
October 21 06:29 AM
At 6:45 p.m., Shreveport Mayor Ollie Tyler and Bossier City Mayor Lorenz Walker will officially switch on giant, lighted Christmas trees in downtown Shreveport and at the Louisiana Boardwalk Outlets in Bossier City. The trees will be lighted in unison immediately prior to a 20-minute fireworks show set to music and presented by Pyromania Fireworks.
October 14 05:05 PM
The bras, created by Horseshoe and Harrah’s employees, are on display at the Horseshoe Casino entrance across from the Million Dollar Wall. They will be on display through Oct. 16. Anyone who visits Horseshoe can cast a vote for their favorite bra creations by making a donation to the American Cancer Society.
October 14 05:05 PM
The event was hosted by Shane Cheatham, Bossier Parish School Board member for District 11; Eric Newman, BPSB District 9; and Dennis Bamburg Jr., BPSB District 12. It was sponsored by Lee Lighting and Smartphone Specialists. The event supports the Bryant Lee Scholarship Fund.
October 14 05:05 PM
Each year the Caddo-Bossier Domestic Violence Task Force selects nominees in law enforcement from both Caddo and Bossier parishes who, through their tireless efforts in either investigation, prosecution or legislation, have championed the protective rights of domestic violence victims and their families.
October 07 07:15 AM
Using wood, aluminum and found objects, Sewell glues, nails and embellishes to create intricate and amazing sculptures that illustrate the lives, loves and human hardships of the people he meets every day. “It’s What You Make of It” promises to be an exhibition to rival Westminster’s best in show beginning Thursday, Oct.
October 07 07:15 AM
The event will feature an open tasting menu including small-batch bourbons by Thrifty Liquor, a commemorative tasting glass, charbroiled oysters and grilled meats by Rhino Coffee, and beer by Great Raft Brewing. Cigars by M.A.’s Smokehouse will also be available for purchase.
October 07 07:15 AM
“We’re excited to welcome prospective students and families to campus for our fall open house,” said Lauren Carlton, associated director of admission at Centenary. “Our open house is a perfect opportunity for seniors to visit campus and qualify for our campus visit scholarship while learning about all that Centenary has to offer.

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