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April 07 06:45 AM
“This will be the first year the north complex will be open for play,” said Warren Saucier, supervisor of the Bossier Parish Police Jury’s recreation department. “The four fields have good grass coverage, and the infield dirt work is finished and ready.
March 31 03:22 PM
When an EF2 tornado ripped through the outskirts of Plain Dealing in January, a Bossier Sheriff’s Office deputy deployed a drone to survey the damage from the air in order to best help residents, even aiding in providing the National Weather Service information on the tornado’s impact and path.
March 24 06:07 AM
The preliminary investigation revealed that a 2005 Nissan Altima operated by 68-year-old Frederick Ogunyemi of Shreveport was traveling west on U.S. 80 when, for reasons still under investigation, the vehicle exited the roadway into the median, struck a crossover and overturned several times.
March 17 05:49 AM
“The president is talking about putting together a one trillion dollar infrastructure package,” Parish Engineer Butch Ford said Wednesday. “If the president comes down with a package that puts in another trillion, we want to be up there with our flag saying we want some money, too.
March 17 05:49 AM
He went on to say, “We look forward to continue building on the success of the Parkway football program and we are excited to get started. Our vision is to love and coach the kids with everything we have. I am very thankful for the support of my family.
March 10 05:37 AM
“Clearing and grubbing means the contractor will be cutting and removing trees and any other obstacles, like fences, that may be in the primary right-of-way of the new road,” Ford explained. “Part of this work will be putting up new fencing where required so utilities can be moved this summer to make room for the new road project.
March 03 05:43 AM
The Bossier High School Jazz TAP Band has been helped along their musical journey to New York City by a number of local agencies and businesses, beginning with Bossier Federal Credit Union, who donated the initial $2,500 to be applied to funding the students’ trip.
March 03 05:43 AM
The month of March kicked off with a celebration when five Bossier Parish schools were awarded the Path to Excellence designation by the Alliance for Education. This distinction singles out Bossier and Caddo schools ranking in the top quarter throughout the state based on strides made from the previous year.
March 03 05:43 AM
The next time — God forbid — that a devastating flood takes place in Bossier Parish, or anywhere else in Louisiana, the Bossier Sheriff’s Office will be better prepared to handle any emergencies that might arise, thanks to the donation of two inflatable rescue boats.

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