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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.
Caddo News
June 06 12:00 AM
While the date has already passed to enroll in Project Swim, the city’s free program begun in 2011 that has provided swimming lessons for thousands of area youths, parents should seriously consider swimming lessons for their children, The program was developed following the tragic deaths of six young people in August 2010.
Community News
May 30 12:00 AM
And the Shreveport Farmers’ Market, which returns to Festival Plaza in downtown Shreveport on Saturday, May 31, is one of the premier places to find exactly what you need to fill your pantry or refrigerator, with a stronger emphasis this year on locally grown produce.
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May 23 12:00 AM
“We’re doing every kind of rescue you can think of,” said Fire Chief Dan Cotten. The training instructs rescuers how to “get people out of holes or get people down from heights and out of the river — anyplace we’ve got to get them to get them up ... lowering them down or getting them up.
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May 23 12:00 AM
For the past several years, area waterways, including Caddo Lake, Cross Lake and Lake Bistineau, have been plagued with an infestation of giant salvinia, an invasive aquatic plant that grows at an incredible rate and can deprive a body of water of oxygen.
Community News
May 23 12:00 AM
Officers from both sides of the Red River embarked on the first leg of the 2014 Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics Louisiana last Friday morning, May 16, starting from the Caddo Correctional Center in Shreveport and the Bossier Civic Center in Bossier City and ending at about 9 a.

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