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May 16 08:59 AM
A new director will be needed by June 30, when the Caddo- Bossier Office of homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness is dissolved and separate parish offices are established. State law requires each parish governing body to appoint its own Homeland Security director.
May 09 10:45 AM
Richardson joined the sheriff’s office in March 2001 and transferred to the Detective Division in December 2003. Two months later, he was assigned the homicide case of victim Harold “Bruce” Cotton. During this investigation, Richardson developed information that led to the recent release of Louisiana Death Row inmate Glenn Ford.
May 09 10:45 AM
Police personnel from the recruiting office and other various career fields will be on hand to talk about and discuss certain requirements necessary to join the ranks. Displays of police equipment and other personnel from specialized units will also be on hand.
May 02 10:12 AM
Liz Swaine (right), executive director of the Downtown Development Authority, checks out one of the available spaces in the Red River District with Laura Vanderbilt, who is bringing her Marshall, Texas, business, Haute Goat Creamery, to downtown Shreveport as one of the first Pop Up businesses to set up shop for two weeks in May.
May 02 10:12 AM
This edition of “Paint Y our Heart Out Shreveport Plus” includes an initiative called “Home Is Where the Heart Is,” whereby local sports figures lend their efforts to the program. The recently crowned ABA Champion Shreveport-Bossier Mavericks will paint a home at 3037 Yorktown Drive in the Martin Luther King area.

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