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April 21 12:00 AM
The festival started back in 1984 at the Municipal Auditorium. “We’ve changed places (in) four different buildings, and now we’re at the new Convention Center. We’ve been there for seven years,” said Casey Jones, marketing director for the Shreveport Regional Arts Council.
Bossier News
April 21 12:00 AM
Kenny Jenkins, executive director of the event, called the Haughton Adventure Weekend, said, “It’s culmination of events. .. It is an evangelical event, a crusade-type of event. It’s a combination of the two, kind of a celebration weekend, a community-wide.
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April 14 12:00 AM
“All of our work for the Institute for Global Outreach is done in Third World countries,” Tarver said. “What we’re basically doing is creating awareness to global suffering as well as providing resources to individuals who are in dire need of support.”.
Caddo News
April 14 12:00 AM
It’s tough being the first in any endeavor, and that is especially true in business. Taking that initial risk in a business endeavor, such as setting up shop in Shreveport Common, a nine-block area in the west part of downtown Shreveport, can make a company reticent to set up shop at an unproven location.
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April 04 12:00 AM
Although Lowe read for the part of the horse’s owner (which ultimately went to co-star Christian Kane), “the producer saw something in me that was kind of funny and a little quirky, so they wrote in a part for me to be the cousin of the owner. I kind of bring a little comic relief to the movie.
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April 04 12:00 AM
“We originally had an audit by the Department of Justice for ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) accessibilities in our buildings, and of course, in 1929, when this building was built, there weren’t guidelines on accessibility in public facilities. And the Municipal Auditorium certainly had some challenges.
Bossier News
April 04 12:00 AM
“The late Mayor George Dement instilled in all of us what he called ‘the curb appeal effect,’” said Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington. “Basically, he would say that as he’s traveling through cities and towns he would observe either how clean or not clean it was — the litter effect, as he called it, in these towns.
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March 28 12:00 AM
That reality has experts from the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF), along with LSU AgCenter weed scientist Dearl Sanders and fellow scientists Seth Johnson and Stephen Micinski, searching for weevils that can survive the winter in north Louisiana as they do in the southern parishes.
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March 28 12:00 AM
The fourth annual anti-smoking block party held last Thursday, March 19, in downtown Shreveport featured several displays and activities for children, young people and adults to learn about the hazards of smoking and prompting people to kick the habit, or, better yet, don’t start smoking in the first place.

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