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June 19 12:53 PM
“Images of America: Bossier City” is the first book to be written by Kevin Bryant Jones, a West Monroe native who lived for 15 years in Huntsville, Ala., and who has lived in Bossier City since 2004, when he was transferred to Barksdale Air Force Base.
June 12 03:03 AM
Bossier City Chief of Police Shane McWilliams today announced the promotions of five police officers. The promotions took place Wednesday morning at the Bossier City Police Department with family members and department personnel in attendance..
June 12 03:03 AM
The two suspects were last seen running down Clarence Street from Shed Road in Bossier City. A witness observed two black male subjects running down Clarence, take off dark-colored shirts and get into a maroon or burgundy Ford Crown Victoria that had primer spots on it.
June 12 03:03 AM
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries will hold a public meeting to provide an update on the status of giant salvinia control efforts and other lake management issues on Lake Bistineau. This meeting is second in a series of public meetings planned to provide current information as well as offer the opportunity for input and discussion.
June 12 03:03 AM
The class will start at 8:30 a.m. and wrap up in the midafternoon. The cost is $125 and includes the day’s training, all the paperwork, fingerprints, notary service and live fire qualifications..
June 05 07:04 AM
What is now Trailblazer RC&D began as part of the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture’s Natural Resource Conservation Service programs designed to assist individuals, groups and even towns and cities. “I came to the area in 1987 with the USDA and our program was in the process of changing,” said Ellzey Simmons, Trailblazer CEO.
June 05 07:04 AM
“There was no water in this parking lot as of Saturday,” Lt. Bill Davis, public information officer for the Bossier Sheriff’s Office, said at the sheriff’s substation on the Arthur Ray Teague Parkway. On Wednesday, the building was an island in a lake of mud-red water overflowing from the nearby river, its current rapidly sweeping to the south.
May 29 07:21 AM
Officer Carl Bates was promoted to the rank of chief deputy. Officer Bates has served with the Benton Police Department for 11 years. During this time, he has served as sergeant detective and assistant chief..

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