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August 29 12:00 AM
Charles Hymes, assistant to the division manager at SPAR, said mowing at city parks is performed on a rotating basis. “A normal cycle of rotation would be, like, a two-week cycle. That’s saying that all of our equipment and manpower are in place.
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August 29 12:00 AM
At the Junior Olympics, in addition to weightlifting and power lifting, Lazarus also participated in the feats of strength and combine, each of which feature different athletic tasks, including pullups, long jump and the 40-yard dash under feats of strength, and the dead lift, medicine ball toss and bobsled push under the combined events.
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August 22 12:00 AM
Wolverton said the home was occupied at the time by two adults and six children, who had just arrived. “They stated they were inside cleaning up when the children came running and said the bedroom was on fire. The father went back to the bedroom and saw smoke and flames coming from the headboard.
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August 22 12:00 AM
You’ve probably heard that Shreveport’s Municipal Auditorium is haunted. Crews from such reality TV series as “Ghost Hunters” and “Ghost Lab” have visited the city and spent hours inside the historic structure recording EVPs (electronic voice phenomena) and filming doors opening and closing by themselves.
Community News
August 22 12:00 AM
In congratulating the newly promoted officers, Chief Shaw said, “People expect us to be perfect in an imperfect world. I’m going to tell you the very best that you can do. … You put God first, then your family and then this job. Don’t get that confused. Anytime you get that confused, you’re going to have problems.
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August 21 12:00 AM
“We are encouraging every retailer who is looking for additional space, who is looking for a brick -and-mortar location, who wants to try the downtown marketplace, we want you to apply … for all three of them, if you would like,” said Liz Swaine, executive director of the Downtown Development Authority.
Caddo News
August 21 12:00 AM
The annual Centenary Book Bazaar does much more than give bibliophiles an opportunity to restock their bookshelves at home with new titles for later reading. Proceeds from the popular shopping event are used to fund campus projects not included in the regular college budget.
Caddo News
August 08 12:00 AM
“This is the first year that we’re letting people buy their own helmets,” he said. “What we’re trying to do is, we’re offering our parents a chance to buy the helmets, and I’ll do the recertification. But they get to keep the helmet when they graduate if the parent buys it.

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