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January 24 12:32 PM

City leaders plant trees to Keep Bossier Beautiful

In an effort to “Keep Bossier Beautiful,” various Bossier City leaders planted trees last Friday morning, Jan. 17, at the Northwest Louisiana War Veterans Home in Bossier City.

Participants included Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington, Bossier Parish Police Juror Billy Montgomery, Bossier Parish Assessor Bobby Edminston, Capt. Doug Lauter of the Bossier Sheriff’s Office; Gary Knippers, Patti Richter and Tom Lawson of Keep Bossier Beautiful; Jay Anderson and Rickey Saxton of the Northwest Louisiana War Veterans Home; Pam Glorioso of the City of Bossier City; and Lisa Iadarola and Adam Willard of Red River Clean-Up.

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