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March 28 12:00 AM
According to Lt. Bill Davis, public information officer for the Bossier Sheriff’s Office, the unidentified inmate was alone in a cell. He was fine during one walk-by, and then 28 minutes later, he had what appeared to be “a self-inflicted injury that resulted in his death.
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March 28 12:00 AM
“From bowling alleys to bakeries and everything in between, we believe that the spaces in the Red River District are perfect for your business,” said Liz Swaine, executive director of Downtown Development Authority, “and we’re going to work to get your business in here Swaine.
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March 21 12:00 AM
Patrick Jackson responded to Schieme: “To the parish’s knowledge, Cypress Black Bayou Park is a political subdivision of the state, just like the police jury. It is its own separate governmental organization that, to my knowledge, has not been taken over by the state.
Bossier News
March 21 12:00 AM
“We’re doing a dessert auction as well,” she said. “People bring desserts, and each table can go up to the dessert table and say, ‘Hey, let’s buy this chocolate cake for our table.’ And then they’ll bid on it, and all of that money will go to charity. You get a great dessert, and you’re helping!” The public is invited to attend.
Caddo News
March 21 12:00 AM
Prior to the start of the meeting, handouts were given to participants listing three of Vitter’s primary concerns: fighting to end Washington’s exemption from Obamacare, raising the standard for education and putting students first, and fighting against food stamp fraud.
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March 14 12:00 AM
Not all drug users buy their pain medications from seedy characters on street corners or in dark alleys, as is usually depicted in bad TV crime shows. No, these are often crimes of opportunity, and pills in a medicine cabinet or on someone’s nightstand are easy targets.
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March 14 12:00 AM
The Downtown Development Authority (DDA) is doing just that in a new event called “History on Tap” to be held on Thursday, March 20, from 5-9 p.m. Thirty different historic buildings in downtown Shreveport will be paired with 30 different beers with some connection to the site, whether by the beer’s name or some aspect of the site’s history.

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