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June 20 12:00 AM
According to testimony and evidence presented at the trial, the robberies took place between June 1, 2012, and Nov. 14, 2012, at 15 businesses in Louisiana and Texas, with the men stealing in excess of $20,000. In some instances, money was taken from employees and patrons.
Top Stories
June 20 12:00 AM
But a technological alternative has appeared on the scene in recent years: electronic cigarettes, also known as e-cigarettes. These gadgets, which can sometimes look as futuristic as Doctor Who’s sonic screwdriver, heat a flavored liquid that turns into a vapor which the “smoker” inhales and exhales.
Community News
June 20 12:00 AM
Here’s how it works: Each ticket sold is matched to a duck. Bags with thousands of ducks are emptied into the Red River. As the currents carry the ducks downstream, the fastest duck across the finish line is the winner, and the person whose ticket matches that duck is the winner of the $10,000 prize.
Caddo News
June 20 12:00 AM
The new administrator has a number of ideas for improvements for the board. “What I’m planning on doing, hopefully, is getting good program management for our system, the infrastructure we have. We are tasked with maintaining all of the levees in Caddo Parish, and then we maintain a lot of drainage channels — a few of them are within the city limits.
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June 13 12:00 AM
Glover recounted how he learned of an event years ago hosted by a Mrs. Miles, who had a community garden on Line Avenue south of West 70th Street and held a “Chat and Chew” event in which she made a breakfast from ingredients she grew in the garden and shared with her neighbors in the community.
Bossier News
June 13 12:00 AM
EmilyJo Manchester, a student at St. Bonaventure University in New York, was recently named one of 10 female finalists vying for the title of 2014 Cutest Vegan Alive in the ninth annual contest sponsored by peta2, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals’ (PETA) youth division.
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June 06 12:00 AM
There are defensive driving classes all over the city. “We don’t want to make this a mandatory program because, first of all, I’m not sure we have the resources” to teach the 10,000 students per year who are learning or who have just learned how to drive,” Corbett said.

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