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January 15 12:00 AM
Little Free Libraries can be found in cities across the country. The concept is simple: A container filled with books is placed on private property where people can take a book at no charge, but are asked to leave a book of their own behind for others to consider reading.
Caddo News
January 15 12:00 AM
“In between the time of the inspection and the repairs, which took place in September 2014, the bridge’s load limit was reduced to five tons. After the maintenance was performed by our statewide bridge crew, the posted load limit was raised to 10- 15 tons, which is the posted limit today.
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January 08 12:00 AM
Ian Snellgrove, director of Bossier Parish Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness, said, “We already have some gauges within our parish that we use for keeping an eye on water as it starts to get elevated. What we’ve done is, we’ve added three of those gauges.
News
January 08 12:00 AM
“A lot of these trees that caused the damage have tree rot and should have been cut out a long time ago,” he said. “We need some authority to come out here and do an investigation of this area. If we have to get a court injunction where we can go back in and render aid to these people, try to fix their homes — that’s all we’re asking.
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December 31 12:00 AM
According to the Enhanced Fujita scale, an EF1 tornado has winds from 86 to 110 miles per hour, causing minor or no damage. It can peel the surface off some roofs, cause some damage to gutters and siding, break branches off trees and push over shallow-rooted trees.
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December 24 12:00 AM
“But as we walked out, we just looked at each other and went, ‘This is a miracle, an absolute divine protection that we just survived an explosion in our house.’ “We literally just stopped and looked up and said, ‘Thank you, Jesus.” Tracy Hewlett said..
News
December 18 12:00 AM
“Some of these kids won’t get anything for Christmas, and so we decided to start raising money by us,” he said. Much of the money came from the members’ own pockets, but the group has also held fund-raisers to help collect the necessary funds to purchase so many bicycles.
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December 11 12:00 AM
Bossier City Mayor Lorenz Walker stood outside the new Kroger grocery store on Airline Drive from 10-11 a.m. Shreveport Mayor Ollie Tyler rang her bell from noon to 1 p.m. in front of the Brookshire’s at Uptown Shopping Center on Line Avenue in Shreveport.
News
December 04 12:00 AM
Owning a fancy or antique automobile is not a requirement to participate in the Fun Run. The public is invited to accompany the automobile enthusiasts to view their unique vehicles and to travel to each location during the run. Participants are asked to bring at least one item to donate to each of the three stops on the run.

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