“CrossFit workouts incorporate elements from high-intensity interval training, Olympic weightlifting, plyometrics (jump training), powerlifting, gymnastics, girevoy sport (the Russian sport of kettlebell lifting), calisthenics, strongman and other exercises,” according to the Web site Wikipedia.
At the town halls, veterans can address the staff without delay, and several people used that advantage well, then were taken aside individually to share their private medical concerns with a VA staff member. The speakers sometimes thanked the staff for their help.
The FCC fined Network Services Solutions and its chief executive $21,691,499 for violations “involving the Universal Service Fund Rural Health Care Program and wire fraud,” according to the FCC’s Web site. The company filed for bankruptcy on March 20, but left customers stranded weeks earlier.
Long-suffering residents, commuters, area workers and business owners, frustrated by the obstruction and traffic flow problems on two major sections of Youree Drive and E. Kings Highway, are finally seeing the end in sight. The first part of the project, the intersection of E.
It will be a night to remember for children who have had experiences they no doubt wish they could forget. Children with special needs and those who have been hospitalized at Shriner’s Hospital and University Health will remember Friday, Feb. 24, as the night their world became a more magical place.
New Firestation 17 to offer safety features, amenities, improved services The Shreveport Fire Department wears a lot of hats. Its nationally recognized Communications Division is charged with answering around 22,000 9-1-1 calls each month and routing them to the proper station, police or other city authority.
Josie is the favorite mount of Owen, the Shreveport Police Department’s mounted police unit’s trainer since 2015. As partners, they patrol the downtown area from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday, greeting citizens and visitors, writing tickets and making arrests.
“There’s an amazing transformation of the club scene in the 200 block of Texas Street, just outside the doors of The Standard,” said Liz Swaine of the Downtown Development Authority and Downtown Shreveport Development Corporation. “The whole block is being transformed,” she said.
“This building was the first skyscraper in Shreveport, and it’s only fitting that it should house downtown’s first gourmet market,” said Neil Kapadia, a principal partner at ViaNova Development, the Chattanooga, Tenn., entity that bought the property earlier this year.