Quigley retired from the Bossier Parish school system after 37 years of service. She primarily taught at Parkway High School in Bossier City, where she taught all business subjects. She was promoted to assistant principal and retired as the assistant principal of Parkway High.
“Payday loans drain millions from hard working Louisiana families,” said Nancy McPherson, state director, AARP Louisiana. “Older adults who are on fixed incomes are particularly vulnerable to the lure of quick cash to pay for prescriptions, utilities and groceries.
The Drive for Veterans is a small convoy of zero-emission, lowspeed electric vehicles driving across the country to raise money for charities that support wounded veterans. They will be making appearances at events and celebrations along the way to promote support for wounded veterans and generate funds to reach their goal of $500,000.
Plans are earnestly being made to enjoy the Christmas season all along the Louisiana Holiday Trail of Lights — Shreveport-Bossier, Minden, Monroe-West Monroe, Natchitoches and Alexandria/Pineville. Starting Nov.
“This new investment in technology will enable us to compete more effectively in a broader marketplace. We appreciate the LED’s (Louisiana Economic Development’s) partnership in working with us to make our vision for this new technology a reality,” said Iberle.