“We do everything from writing legislation to our relationships with the Capitol, all the department heads. I’ve built up a lot of relationships, and I know the legislative process. There’s no learning curve for me. I’m definitely job -ready.
“I am amazed at the support for Barrett and the generosity of complete strangers to support him in the battle for his life,” said Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington. “It’s pretty incredible to see such support, and this is a huge way to tell Barrett we’re thinking of him, we’re praying for him, and we’re looking forward to him coming back to work.
The Airline High School 50 th Anniversary Valhalla yearbook has been recognized by Balfour Yearbooks with an Honorable Mention Certificate of Recognition for its outstanding contribution to scholastic journalism..
Graduates of the Academy are: Corey Burr, Nelson Douglas, Jr., Jeremy Draper, Derek Dunigan, Dustin Quinnett, Brandi Linson, and Janet Steingart, Caddo Parish Sheriff’s Office; Natalie Brown-Denby and Trent Pledger, Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s...
Angel Stinson and Vanessa Zeno, Science teachers at Airline High School have been working with scientists and physicians from Louisiana State University Health Science Center (LSUHSC- New Orleans) and Ochsner Medical Center in New Orleans to bring Bioscience enrichment to the students at Airline High School through Biotechnology.
The enforcement effort is designed to convince pickup truck occupants to protect themselves from traffic injuries and death by wearing their safety belts regularly. Pickup truck drivers and passengers can often get a false sense of security because pickups are larger than most vehicles on the road.
The Anna P. Tooke Memorial Library is already open to the public, but its amenities will be officially on display to patrons during a grand opening scheduled Thursday, May 14. Ceremonies at the facility on Fairview Point Road will begin at 10 a.m. In case of rain, the grand opening will be held Friday, May 15, at 10 a.
Public hearings on two phases of proposed development at the property will be heard May 6. The first will consider an application by Southern Lifestyle Development, LLC to change the zoning of the 146.56-acre former golf course from R-A (Residence- Agriculture) to R-1 (one-family residential).
Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington will host a cleanup day this Saturday, April 18, at the Viking Drive Substation for deputies and residents to pick up litter in support of the Second Annual “Operation Clean Sweep,” part of the nationwide effort “Great American Cleanup.