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January 02 11:19 AM
On Monday morning, Tyler said, she spoke with the police chief about updates and what was happening within the city with crime. “At 7:20 (a.m.), we walked into the office and began going through plans from each department, just trying to make sure that we could get some idea of what every department was doing.
December 27 06:41 AM
Spots are still available for children ages 8 to 12 to participate in the Caddo Sheriff’s Office "First Gun Course." The 4-hour class will be offered from 8 a.m. until noon on January 3rd. The class will be held at the Sheriff's Regional Law Enforcement Training Academy, 15639 Highway One South.
December 27 06:40 AM
State Representative Valarie Hodges (R-Denham Springs) honored Israeli Ambassador Ron Dermer by presenting him with ceremonial copies of her house resolutions supporting Israel at a briefing held at the Jewish Community Center of New Orleans December 18.
December 27 06:40 AM
A year ago, Glover announced the kickoff of Bank On Shreveport as part of a nationwide initiative to assist city leaders to connect the unbanked and under-banked citizens of a community with mainstream financial services offered by banks and credit unions.
December 19 10:05 AM
Sheriff Prator also recognized several employees today for their years of service with the sheriff’s office. They are Audrey Faye Collins, five years; Patricia Harry, Christopher Wray, Gilbert Roraback, Carlos Anderson, John Mixon, Mark McLaughlin, and Carolyn Copeland, 15 years; and Sue Browder, 25 years.
December 12 10:14 AM
Liz Swaine, executive director of the Downtown Development Authority, said, “In 1923, the beautiful former Feibelman’s and Sears building and the two buildings adjacent to us were showplaces in downtown Shreveport featuring one-of-a-kind amenities.
December 12 10:14 AM
Graduation for the Caddo Sheriff’s Office Auxiliary Deputy Program will be at 6 p.m. Monday, Dec. 15, at Sheriff’s Safety Town, 8910 Jewella Ave. Graduates are Kristina Kay Andrews, Linda Sue Effinger, Elizabeth F. Harris, Rickey R. Horton Sr., Kimberly Diana Hay, Larry Johnson and Cheryl Sue Stills.
December 05 10:13 AM
“It’s about bringing awareness about HIV and AIDS to the world,” said Robert Darrow, executive director emeritus of the Philadelphia Center and a long-term HIV survivor. “It’s certainly a pandemic and not an epidemic. It’s a time to reflect on those we’ve lost and on the future.

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