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December 23 06:03 AM
“When 911 was established, it was done so that every point of the parish was represented and that has worked very well,” Bennett said. “It is also important that this is a lay board. We saw what would happen when the board of directors was loaded with people who are professionals in one of the fields; fire or police or whatever.
December 02 01:56 AM
“So many places today have become — you’re afraid to take your kids because you’re not sure what’s going to happen. Here, it’s just a small-town, fun event. it’s old-fashioned. People line up the streets with their bags, get their candy, walk around — it’s an old-time feel.
November 25 05:27 AM
Bossier Parish property tax notices were mailed Monday, and homeowners can make their payments in person, by mail, online, and drive-through at convenient locations in the parish. All locations will be open 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, except for holidays.
November 18 05:39 AM
A vacancy in Dist. 11 was created with the death last week of Wayne Hammack, who served 32 years on the police jury. Resumes or letters may be mailed to the police jury at P.O. Box 70, Benton, LA, 71006 or hand-delivered to the police jury office on the first floor of the parish courthouse in Benton.
November 18 05:39 AM
Tueday, Gov. John Bel Edwards and CSRA President and CEO Larry Prior dedicated the new 96,000-square-foot Integrated Technology Center that ultimately will host 800 new direct jobs and anchor the 3,000- acre National Cyber Research Park in Bossier City.
November 04 06:51 AM
Whittington. the tiny quilts will be given to deputies and Posse members to carry in their pockets as a reminder of God’s love as they go about their duties. The quilts were made by church and community members. They will be distributed to all area law enforcement agencies.
November 04 06:32 AM
The Bossier Sheriff’s Office has kicked off its Christmas food drive, placing barrels at the entrance to the Bossier Parish Courthouse in Benton, the Viking Drive Substation at 2510 Viking Drive in Bossier City and at the Tague Parkway Substation at 3135 Arthur Teague Parkway.
October 28 06:26 AM
Ford said FEMA had agreed to pick up 75 percent of the $160,000 cost of replacing a crane that was being used on the wastewater treatment plant’s outfall structure located on the banks of the Red River. That structure went under water when floods hit in March and is now being rebuilt.

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