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Business
Monday, July 18, 2016
Following years of hard work, the local branch of the YWCA is back in full swing, opening a new location at 850-B Olive St. The Young Women’s Christian Association of Northwest Louisiana has experienced struggles, just like the women the organization was formed to help.
Cover Story
Monday, July 18, 2016
The Multicultural Center of the South will present its major fund-raiser, the 11th annual “A Taste of Culture,” and Executive Director Janice Gatlin said this year’s event will spotlight the Cane River Creoles among 26 different cultures also represented.
Community
Monday, July 18, 2016
“The contents of the legislation governs the nutritional value and make-up of lunches, which re quires an emphasis on fresh fruits and vegetables, as well as whole grains and limits sodium consumption,” said Mary Nash- Wood, assistant director of marketing and media services for Caddo Parish Schools.
Business
Monday, June 20, 2016
“BHP Billiton gave us $10.7 million as a seed gift,” Lash said of the facility that will be part of a 150-acre campus and a $17 million total project. “This campus will represent the Y’s commitment to make sure everyone in our community regardless of age, income or background, has the opportunity to learn, grow and thrive.
Business
Monday, June 6, 2016

Journalists and friends weigh in on loss of one of their own

She didn’t mince words, by mouth or by pen and held councilpersons, police jurors, judges and lawyers accountable for their every move.
Business
Monday, June 6, 2016
Camp Minden is almost 15,000 acres in size and located in Webster Parish. The facility was formerly known as the Louisiana Military Ammunition Plant, which is a National Priorities List Superfund site primarily because of problems caused by groundwater contamination, and remediation is ongoing.
Community
Monday, June 6, 2016

Making “Old Downtown” new again with event plaza, on-street parking, landscaping

“Overall, they are tickled to death about it,” Glorioso said. “They see the future of it. Right now, there’s a little anguish and pain, but that pain’s going to relieve itself because we are setting the stage for a better, more beautiful area for people to shop.
Family
Monday, May 23, 2016

A loving story: Late spouse sends blessing

“I love animals. There’s no doubt I would have a zoo,” Lisa Bridges said. “After my last dog, I waited 10 years for another one. Murphy didn’t like little yippy dogs, but I wanted a small dog – not too little and not too big. Every once in a while I’d ask [Murphy], but the answer was always ‘no.
Cover Story
Monday, May 23, 2016

Urban park planned to be a catalyst for further revitalization of once blighted downtown area

“Caddo Common will be very uncommon,” she said. “It will be an urban park that will help revitalize an area that is already on the grow by offering a venue for weddings, receptions, Shakespeare in the Park … a production for blankets on the ground,” Atchison said.

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