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February 14 12:23 PM
The 93-year-old Urban, who is a member of the Bossier Sheriff’s Posse, served in the Marine Corps during World War II, Korea and Vietnam. He spoke to students in Laura Jorgensen’s and Jo Carter’s English classrooms to share first-hand accounts of what it was like to serve his country during wartime.
February 12 11:33 AM
 The President of the Bossier Parish Police Jury, Doug Rimmer, Sr., declared a State of Emergency Wednesday morning in response to current weather conditions throughout the parish. 
February 07 10:53 AM
The Bossier District Attorney’s Office presented the Bossier City Police Department with a check Tuesday in the amount of $9,334.64 from property seized in more than a dozen drug investigations last year..
February 07 10:52 AM
The students also got a chance to experience a drunkdriving traffic stop by donning special “drunk goggles” that simulate the visual impairment resulting from a blood alcohol level of 0.08 percent. With their vision blurred, the students found even the relatively simple task of walking a straight line to be difficult.
February 07 10:52 AM
The two teens also got a chance to use the police driving simulator, courtesy of Sgt. Roff Clary, and saw how shooting targets are scored from Deputy Mickey Rellin, range instructor with the Bossier Sheriff’s Office..
January 31 10:55 AM
The victim told police she did not see the suspect produce a weapon; however, she felt what might have been a firearm concealed on the suspect when he grabbed her. The clerk was treated at the scene by Bossier City Fire Department personnel, but she did not require transport to a hospital.

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