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October 07 07:15 AM
The event will feature an open tasting menu including small-batch bourbons by Thrifty Liquor, a commemorative tasting glass, charbroiled oysters and grilled meats by Rhino Coffee, and beer by Great Raft Brewing. Cigars by M.A.’s Smokehouse will also be available for purchase.
October 07 07:15 AM
“We’re excited to welcome prospective students and families to campus for our fall open house,” said Lauren Carlton, associated director of admission at Centenary. “Our open house is a perfect opportunity for seniors to visit campus and qualify for our campus visit scholarship while learning about all that Centenary has to offer.
September 30 04:30 PM
The play opens with an exploration of the beautiful but sometimes brutal world of 12-year-olds, including Daniel Rocket, a child bullied and ostracized because of his uniqueness. Daniel believes that he can fly and is determined to prove this to his classmates by making an impossible flight from Hatch’s Cliff.
September 30 04:30 PM
The Boot was crafted as a special “thank you” to show Abita’s appreciation for the people in its home state. Over the past 30 years, Abita has looked to the Louisiana culture and lifestyle as the inspiration for its beers, with the people of the state serving as the inspiration for The Boot.
September 30 04:30 PM
Bossier City reserve officers are members of the community who serve on a volunteer basis and have the same arresting authority as regular Bossier City police officers. They are trained and equipped to supplement and provide professional assistance to the patrol division during emergencies and special events.
September 23 06:19 AM
LDWF hosted a Family Fish Fest at Ivan Lake in Cotton Valley on Sept. 10. Fisheries staff, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, local Fire Department, Stubborn Hicks Fishing Lures and LDWF volunteers all worked together to offer nearly 200 anglers and family members a fishing competition and numerous educational fishing activities.
September 23 06:19 AM
For some time now, the youth of Shreveport- Bossier have been desperate for public recreational activities in which they can participate. However, due to the ever-present 21+ age limit for most entertainment establishments, many younger residents of the area are at a disadvantage when it comes to local downtown events and the local music scene.
September 23 06:19 AM
Centenary’s Kappa Alpha chapter set out to raise money and collect food, supplies and clothing to families affected by the flooding that was triggered by record rainfall in mid-August. So far, the organization has collected $1,500, thousands of cans and multiple bags of clothes.

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