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Business
Monday, Nov. 21, 2016
Locke, who has been a builder for more than three decades, says the choice to build a new subdivision in Benton was based on the town’s strong growth. He says the area is very desirable with good schools – Benton High School and Middle School, as well as Legacy Elementary.
Business
Monday, Sept. 12, 2016
“I think it is easy to overlook the incredible potential Shreveport has and the city leaders who are trying hard to make downtown a great place to live,” said Jason Cram, Vintage Design Group managing partner. “I know we have a great community of people, and I am excited to see revitalization of our downtown and the growth of our area.
Business
Monday, Sept. 12, 2016
“For me, it started with the restaurant just doing a ton of fund-raisers – that’s the best way I like to advertise,” said Grant Nuckolls, Shreveport native and proprietor/local franchisee for the Shreveport and Bossier City locations. “As a result, I’ve met a lot of people in the nonprofit sector, and I’ve been able to give back time as well.
Business
Monday, Sept. 12, 2016
“Cook Yancey as a firm is involved in the community in which we live and work,” said Cook, Yancey, King, & Galloway President Bernard Johnson. “Individually, our attorneys commit their time and resources to many non-profit, charitable, governmental, professional and civic organizations.
Business
Monday, Sept. 12, 2016
“We doubled the size of the office, but we haven’t lost any of the previous local folks – they are still with us,” said Forte & Tablada Chief Executive Officer Ann Trappey. “We do work for the port, for the city of Shreveport – we’ve done all types of projects.
Business
Monday, Sept. 12, 2016
In business for more than 40 years and with offices in Shreveport and Arkansas, BNB Systems offers experience and personalized customer service to customers in the areas of digital printing, direct mail, statement processing, graphics, promotional products and warehouse distribution.
Community
Monday, Aug. 29, 2016
This year’s ball will be a casual event with proper attire including comfy jeans and T-shirts. LSU Health Shreveport public relations manager Kelly Dauphin said dress for the event is always casual on Christmas in the Sky years, and attendance is higher as a result.

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