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August 14 12:00 AM
“The income I really don’t need, but I’m going to take it,” she said, but she is not running for the money. “First of all, I’ll tithe. Sec ond of all, half of it I’ll give back to the community. My husband says I have to give him the other half,” she said with a laugh.
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August 07 12:00 AM
They were contacted later informing them of when Henley would be at his Caddo Lake camp to sign it. The print was signed at the Caddo Lake National Wildlife Refuge in Karnack, Texas. The inscription by Henley reads, “Thanks to GCLA Louisiana for helping to protect Caddo Lake” — Don Henly, May 9, 2015.
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July 24 12:00 AM
“We’re in a time right now where law enforcement is under more scrutiny than it’s ever been before,” Prator said. “So now is the time for Caddo Parish to keep a sheriff that is willing to stand up to that scrutiny. And that’s why I plan to run again. I’m going to run, and I’m going to be your sheriff for four more years.
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July 24 12:00 AM
The other Lake Street businesses celebrating include iArchitecture, an architecture firm specializing in modern design; Vintage Design Group, LLC, an interior design and architecture firm; and Good Granoly, which creates different granolas, including the one that tops Counter Culture’s famous Humphrey Yogart.
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July 24 12:00 AM
Grant Nuckolls, the owner of Twisted Root Burger Co., said he and the two other restaurant owners had wanted to do more of these pub crawls, “but in Shreveport it’s tough because there’s not many restaurants, two or three or four restaurants, all within walking distance of each other.
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July 17 12:00 AM
Unlike the day-long Comic Con which was held earlier this year at the Bossier Civic Center, Geek’d Con will be a three-day event featuring some of the biggest names in comics, television and fantasy, including Kim Rhodes, Samantha Smith and Lindsey...
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July 17 12:00 AM
“We wanted to give you a snapshot of some of the progress that has been made since January of 2015,” Tyler said. “I have been and will continue to be committed to a vision for the city that exemplifies exceptional and transparent government services that enhance and promote a great quality of life for all of us to enjoy.

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