But many people want Harris out immediately, and they were quite vocal about it, chanting, “C- A-D-D-O! Everett Harris has to go!” The Facebook post was just the latest in a string of incidents that have alienated Caddo Animal Services from the public.
According to Brian Salvatore, a chemistry professor at Louisiana State University in Shreveport, “A contained-burn system is being assembled.” Salvatore has lent his expertise in educating public officials and the public about the M6 propellant and the hazards of the Army’s proposed open-air burning of the material.
In recognizing Jeter’s heroics, Prator said that at 1:21 a.m. Aug. 5 in the 4600 block of Pinehill Road, “the driver of a Hyundai ran off the road and hit a street sign, mailbox and culvert before his vehicle went airborne and landed in a neighbor’s yard.
The Children’s Miracle Network is offering the Miracle Challenge, a 27-day fitness fundraiser, next month, according to Bobby Cox, program director for the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals at Christus. Participants are asked to find sponsors to donate funds for the organization’s programs while spending 27 consecutive days on a fitness regimen.
Northwest Louisiana abounds with history, and not just in the major metropolitan areas of Shreveport and Bossier City. Small communities have their share of historic significance as well, and one town will celebrate its heritage with an annual festival next month.
“The income I really don’t need, but I’m going to take it,” she said, but she is not running for the money. “First of all, I’ll tithe. Sec ond of all, half of it I’ll give back to the community. My husband says I have to give him the other half,” she said with a laugh.
Melanie Stahl of Roots and Boots Hair Salon at 3316 North Market St., Suite 4, in Shreveport, said that on Tuesday, Aug. 18, 50 percent earned from every scheduled appointment and 25 percent from every walk-in customer will be given to the officer’s family.
They were contacted later informing them of when Henley would be at his Caddo Lake camp to sign it. The print was signed at the Caddo Lake National Wildlife Refuge in Karnack, Texas. The inscription by Henley reads, “Thanks to GCLA Louisiana for helping to protect Caddo Lake” — Don Henly, May 9, 2015.