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July 11 12:00 AM
“You could get machines to do most everything here, but we like hiring local people. Most of them need a job, so I’d rather have a human being doing it. I ain’t run across a piece of equipment that didn’t have to have somebody working on it anyway, so we might as well have these people doing it.
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July 11 12:00 AM
The so-called “pea farm,” located on the grounds of the Bossier Parish Minimum Security Facility near Plain Dealing, grows a variety of vegetables that will eventually end up on inmates’ dinner plates. And the vegetables are planted and harvested by the inmates themselves.
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July 04 12:00 AM
Some disabilities are visible, and some are not. “That’s what makes this legislation so important,” Jindal said. “This helps everybody with disabilities to make sure they have the support and services they need. It may be a service dog, it may be a wheelchair, it may be a cane.
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July 04 12:00 AM
The Shreveport Common area near the corner of Crockett and Texas streets has an assortment of pieces that can be used by the public as well as admired, from the seesaw-shaped ramps that can be used by skateboarders to a black doorway called “Portal” by its creator, artist Alan Dyson.
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June 27 12:00 AM
E-cigarettes are rapidly becoming an alternative to tobacco smoking, and proponents of the battery-operated devices claim that many long-time smokers have been able to kick their tobacco habits with relative ease using e- cigarettes, as opposed to nicotine patches or gum.
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June 27 12:00 AM
Cabaret Dinner Theatre, located at 1258 Dalzell St. in Shreveport, is wrapping up its second season this weekend with performances of “Red, White and Tuna,” a comedy by “Greater Tuna” scribes Jaston Williams, Joe Sears and Ed Howard. The doors open at 6:30 p.

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