As part of an LHSC statewide campaign to keep young drivers safe during this season of proms, graduations and end-of-school celebrations, the BCPD’s DWI Task Force will focus its patrols this month on motorists under 21 years of age who choose to drink and drive.
With last Thursday’s forecast calling for severe weather and the chance of more rain through the next week, director of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness Ian Snellgrove is keeping up with what’s going on through regular reports from the National Weather Service and other reporting agencies.
Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington will host a cleanup day this Saturday, April 18, at the Viking Drive Substation for deputies and residents to pick up litter in support of the Second Annual “Operation Clean Sweep,” part of the nationwide effort “Great American Cleanup.
Public hearings on two phases of proposed development at the property will be heard May 6. The first will consider an application by Southern Lifestyle Development, LLC to change the zoning of the 146.56-acre former golf course from R-A (Residence- Agriculture) to R-1 (one-family residential).
During the three-day event, more than 70 of the world’s best flyboarders will compete for $30,000 in cash prizes. This will be the second FlyBoard Championship to be held in North America and the first ever held in the United States. Previous championships have been held in Toronto, Dubai and Qatar.