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November 29 08:05 AM
Richard Whittington, president of Lake Bistineau’s ABATE (American Bikers Aimed Towards Education) Chapter presented a check for $500 to Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington Monday afternoon at the Viking Drive Substation to support the Bossier Sheriff’s Young Marines.
November 29 08:05 AM
“We put additional police officers out and about for the sole purpose of creating a presence at retail centers, businesses such as convenience stores, in an effort to deter crime, specifically armed robberies,” said public information officer Mark Natale of the Bossier City Police Department.
November 29 08:04 AM
The operation utilized a high police presence combined with proactive traffic enforcement which focused on speeding and other traffic violations to help reduce the numbers of motor vehicle accidents on I-20. At the same time, officers kept an eye out for other illegal activity including narcotics violations.
November 22 12:00 PM
Each student is asked to create their own original artwork showcasing themselves or their interests. This freedom of expression instills confidence within the students. Robin Jones, education coordinator of the BAC said, "Displaying students’ work lets them know you value it -- and them.

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