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January 30 12:00 AM
Editor’s Note: On May 31, 2014, Sloan Robert Jackson was arrested as the result of a monthlong effort involving the Caddo Sheriff’s Office, the Drug Enforcement Administration and other local agencies. In addition to a number of illegal drugs and stolen property, some 1,800 one-ounce silver bars were seized by officers.
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January 16 12:00 AM
Citizens who live nearby the facility where some 15 million pounds of the explosives had been improperly stored before being moved into safer “igloos” are concerned about possible carcinogens being released into the atmosphere during the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) proposed “open burn” method of disposing of the explosives.
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January 16 12:00 AM
When the Shreveport Regional Arts Council (SRAC) moved into the former Central Fire Station following the destruction of its original headquarters by arson several years ago, little was done immediately about the five-story fire hose tower in the rear corner of the property on Crockett Street.
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January 09 12:00 AM
Representatives from various city departments were on hand for the sweep, including Property Standards, the Shreveport Police Department, water and sewerage, and zoning departments. Everson was on hand to watch the workers embark on their sweep of the neighborhood.
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January 09 12:00 AM
The lawsuit stems from Whittington’s termination of Brandon Coker and Michael Golden on the basis of the sheriff’s perceived concept of “illegal, immoral or indecent conduct.” Until their termination, both men had satisfactory work histories with the Bossier Sheriff’s Office.
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January 02 12:00 AM
Gaston said, “We decided to cloth-diaper our son before he was born, and there was nowhere to buy them locally. You could only buy them online. They’ve made quite a few improvements over the years because I was cloth-diapered when I was a baby. Obviously, it was a lot different back then.
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January 02 12:00 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.
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December 27 12:00 AM
But for 13-year-old Logan Wilson of Plain Dealing, it has a much more ominous implication. Logan is stricken with what is called “Nutcracker Syndrome,” an extremely rare disorder in which the veins to his kidneys are compressing on the arteries — much like a nutcracker on a pecan — causing chronic pain that his doctors are struggling to manage.

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