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June 30 04:04 PM
“’Boomtown Cares’ — that’s our motto, and we care about the people of Bossier City,” Henson said. “We’re able to donate these as we don’t need them anymore on the vessel. We were able to go to the Gaming Board – and our boat in the way it’s moored, it’s kind of permanently moored — and we’re not required to have them anymore.
June 23 07:07 AM
For the staff at the Bossier Parish Police Jury there’s hours of research, tons of paperwork and a healthy dose of “hurry up and wait” in trying to help parish residents who saw their homes irreparably damaged by catastrophic floods dating back to 2009.
June 16 06:53 AM
Members of the Bossier Parish fire districts and Haughton Fire Department, along with law enforcement and emergency response teams, recently gave a group of parish youngsters a peek into the operations of responders and cooperation between various agencies.
June 16 06:52 AM
Construction of the splash pad will be done in three sections — a smaller section for toddlers with sea creatures that spray water, another section for older children and a third for still older children. “In the middle is kind of a family section,” she said.
June 09 06:55 AM
“I believe the few moments it takes to secure a weapon or educate a child in the proper handling and use of a firearm is one of the most important things we can do for our children as a parent. It only takes a couple of minutes to secure and educate. The loss of a child or loved one lasts a lifetime.
June 09 06:55 AM
The banner atop the big blue building along Highway 173 in Blanchard, La., says it all: “Let’s Talk Trash!” When Brian Anderson tried to start trash collection at one of his rental properties, “it took us five days,” he said. “The first day was trying to find a telephone number, and the other four days was trying to get them to call us back.

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July 13 12:02 PM
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July 13 12:02 PM
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