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March 07 12:00 AM
“Why is this significant?” he asked. “Every year, SporTran transports over 3.3 million people, whether that be for business, whether it be for social, whether it be for recreational purposes. It is a responsibility and honor that our organization takes very seriously.
Bossier News
March 07 12:00 AM
What impact does DARE have on the students? “It prepares them to go into middle school because of the different things that we talk about, not only alcohol and tobacco; we talk about stress and communication skills and … making responsible choices. It’s a class that you want them to always remember,” said Deputy Hawn.
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February 28 12:00 AM
“The benefit of that is that, when they’re finished and they present their findings to the state and federal government, it will mean that several additional of our buildings downtown will be eligible for historic tax credits, which will make them...
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February 28 12:00 AM
One Million Cups is a new national program operated by the Kaufman Foundation, the largest foundation for entrepreneurship in the country. Every week, entrepreneurs are given the opportunity to present their startups to a group of fellow entrepreneurs, mentors and advisors in a relaxed setting while sipping a cup of coffee.
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February 28 12:00 AM
Paul Pratt, chairman of the Independence Bowl, announces Duck Commander as the new title sponsor of the local collegiate bowl game played in Independence Stadium. The partnership with Duck Commander, the Independence Bowl’s sixth title sponsor — is expected to run through 2019.
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February 21 12:00 AM
CSC, a Fortune 500 company that is a global provider of nextgeneration IT solutions, will open a new technology center in Bossier City, creating 800 new direct jobs and 805 new indirect jobs, a total of more than 1,600 new jobs, Gov. Bobby Jindal said at a press conference Tuesday afternoon at the Cyber Innovation Center.
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February 21 12:00 AM
The Louisiana Lions Eye Bank is one of those projects. Begun in 1974 as a project of several Lions Clubs in Northwest Louisiana, it provides a way for those who want to donate their eye tissue to those who need the gift of sight by harvesting, storing and distributing cornea tissue.

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