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Cover Story
Monday, Oct. 23, 2017
When the Louisiana State Fair ap-proaches, you can almost feel the excitement in the air. The season is changing, night comes earlier. The thought of an evening stroll through the arcades and attractions with a nip of something warm to drink or that oh-so-sinful deep-fried item that you must have – and maybe have even anticipated all year.
Business
Monday, Oct. 9, 2017
9.) Front row: Amber Free, Susan Mc- Clure, Jamie Clute, Krystle Walls (second row) David Wodke, Colton Kyle, Kris Walpole, Valerie Rivers..
Seniors
Monday, Oct. 9, 2017
Lydia Earhart is director of marketing and community relations at The Glen Retirement System. “The main difference between independent living and assisted living is the level of care,” she said. “Overall, living at The Glen means seniors get to live the luxury of having a carefree lifestyle.
Business
Monday, Sept. 25, 2017
The longtime journalist and political aide Lou Gehrig Burnett has been installed in the (LSU) Manship School of Mass Communication Hall of Fame at the annual Gala in Baton Rouge.
Business
Monday, Sept. 25, 2017
The Greater Shreveport Chamber of Commerce’s (GSCC) Leadership Program Class of 2017 is rolling up their sleeves and literally digging into community service. The Leadership group is kicking off Gateway to the Red (GR), a community beautification project aimed at revitalizing the section of Shreveport’s downtown riverfront across from SciPort.
Business
Monday, Sept. 25, 2017
Forty young professionals under the age of 40 have been selected by a special committee of the Young Professional Initiative (YPI) to be honored with the 40 Under 40 award at the 11th Annual Northwest Louisiana Young Professionals Gala presented by The Forum.
Business
Monday, Sept. 11, 2017
Holy Angels brings home to Shreveport the Louisiana Association of Nonprofit Organizations (LANO) 2017 Force for Good “Nonprofit of the Year” Award. LANO awarded this top honor to only one other recipient, Capital Area United Way, during the group’s annual conference Aug.
Family
Monday, Sept. 11, 2017
Glasses are needed for a number of children to have proper vision. Without glasses, many children cannot see fully and cannot do as well as they could in school. Sometimes this may contribute greatly to their problems at school, and other times it may have just a small contribution.

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