“We know this causes problems, but we have to think of safety,” he said. “We will reopen the lane as soon as we can. We ask that everyone be patient and understand this is part of our parish’s growth process.”.
“We’re putting down groundwork for the fields, and we should have them ready to begin practice in March,” he said. “We’re getting clay and sand and getting ready to apply grass and fertilizer as the weather permits.”.
“The contractor on our wastewater system is working very close to the roadway on the east side of Airline near Linton Road, and it was necessary to close one lane of traffic for the safety of both motorists and the company’s workers,” Ford said..
The Bossier City Police Department has unveiled the newest two-wheeled additions to its Traffic Division. Three new Harley Davidson 2017 Police Electra Glide motorcycles hit the streets for the first time Tuesday..
Reserve police officers are members of the community who are trained as certified law enforcement officers in accordance with state requirements and supplement regular full-time police officers in a variety of duties. Reserve police officers serve on a volunteer basis and possess the same law enforcement authority as full-time officers while on duty.
Zachary Cryer is the Elementary Student of the Year. He is a fifth-grade student at Kingston Elementary, where he is president of the Student Council and Fellowship of Christian Athletes, team captain of the Robotics Team, on the “All-A Honor Roll,”...
announced the promotions of two police officers Wednesday. Kenneth Johnson (far left) was promoted to lieutenant. He joined the Bossier City Police Department in 1994 and is assigned to the patrol division. B.J. Sanford (second from right) was promoted to sergeant.
“Crappie fishing is no longer just a cane pole and bobber sport, and the pursuit of this sport fish has never been more popular,” said Crappie University’s founder Gary White. “Across the country, the crappie is gaining on bass as the number one sport fish.
“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.
Honored were: Deputy Mike Edmunds, Criminal Division Employee of the Year; Angela James, Corrections Division Employee of the Year; Cliff Williamson, Support Division Employee of the Year; Deputy Brian Fowler, Reserve Deputy of the Year; and Deputy...