In an effort to combat impaired driving in our area, Louisiana State Police Troop G plans to conduct a DWI checkpoint on Saturday, March 14, from approximately 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. at an undisclosed location in Bossier Parish..
Also honored were Tiffany Williams, Student of the Year; Lola C. Kendrick, Public Citizen of the Year; Dorothy Schenthal, Leadership Award; Kimberly B. McClelland, Lifetime Achievement Award; and Brentwood Hospital, Business of the Year..
Detectives with the Bossier City Police Department’s Property Crimes Unit have cleared multiple home burglaries that happened in and around the Old Bossier neighborhood with the arrest of two juveniles..
Forty-three men incarcerated at the Bossier Parish Correctional Facility in Plain Dealing graduated last Friday morning, Feb. 27, from the 29th class of the Steve Hoyle Intensive Substance Abuse Program (SHISAP), a substance abuse rehabilitation program that was recently recognized for its efforts to treat and support offenders and their families.
need only to submit one packet for their organization. Packets need to include an organizational bio, organizational statement, member list, and 3-5 images that best represent the groups overall aesthetic. The Bossier Arts Council manages six spaces in both traditional and non-traditional settings.
The promotion took place during a ceremony Wednesday morning in the Bossier City Council chambers. Bossier City Mayor Lorenz Walker along with Bossier City Council members Jeffrey Darby and Jeff Free joined numerous city department heads, employees, family members and friends along with area law enforcement and fire officials in attending the event.
“What a fantastic display of how we even got to this point, and it was because of everyone that’s here,” said Bossier Parish Schools Superintendent D.C. Machen. “This was a community-driven, a community-supported effort that led us to the point where we’re all here today excited about turning the dirt on our new middle school.
A Bossier deputy received national recognition from the Veterans of Foreign Wars last Thursday as a result of his quick action in January 2014 that saved a man from an apartment complex fire in Benton, La.
The parents of the Challenger players also love the program. “It’s an opportunity for them to kind of escape, at least for a few hours once a week, out of whatever situation they are in, and they get to go out and interact with other parents and other kids that are in similar circumstances.