Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington said, “This shows you the quality of the people we have working for us here in the Bossier Sheriff’s Office. They’re always willing to do what’s needed to ensure the safety of our residents, even at great risk to themselves.
Just a tenth of a point from the top 10, Bossier Schools’ ACT composite score of 20.1 is reflected by the district ascending five spots from 2014-15. The higher composite score also marks tremendous gains since 2011-12, when the state began requiring all high school juniors take the ACT.
Store manager Brian Kleeb directed his staff to delivered multiple trays of sandwiches, chicken fingers, and chicken wings to police headquarters The men and women of the Bossier City Police De partment have seen a great outpouring of support from residents and businesses these past few weeks.
The guest speaker was Col. Roy P. Fatur, chief of staff, Eighth Air Force, Barksdale Air Force Base. Col. Fatur is a 1991 graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy, and received distinguished graduate recognition. He earned a rating of Senior Navigator and has more than 2,000 flight hours.
“We’ve balanced our budget,” he said, “and we’re really proud of our SRO, program, our school resource officer program. I’m proud to announce that, with the cooperation of the school board, beginning in January, every single school in Bossier Parish will have an armed, trained Bossier deputy.
Inmates at the Bossier Sheriff’s Office Corrections Facilities began the harvest of peas this week at the “Pea Farm” on 23 acres of land near the Bossier Minimum Security Facility. The food they collect will then be used to feed some 1,400 inmates at the Bossier Parish corrections facilities in Plain Dealing.