Exemplars of Highland’s can-do vibe are Chad and Brandi Alexander on Creswell Avenue, a few blocks north of Kings Highway. “We’ve got LED floodlights that light the front of the house each year as Christmas...
As our continuing students return to campus for the spring semester and new students join them, there will be a growing sense of optimism on our Northwestern State University campuses in Natchitoches, Shreveport,...
Caddo Parish Public Schools launched its magnet school program in the late 1970s to offer parents more choices in educating their children. The end of the 2019-2020 school year and the start of this academic year...
Maura Querbes Pugh is living proof that one bad apple doesn’t spoil the entire batch – or in the case of 2020, the entire year. Despite the pandemic and subsequential quarantine, Pugh made lemonade from lemons...
In the fall of last year, Shreveport’s recycling collection contract expired after the private companies negotiating the renewal of that contract requested changes that were not in the city’s interest. The city...
New Year’s resolutions are much easier to keep when they involve friendship, sunshine and a lot of encouragement. Camp Gladiator (CG) is a unique place to get fit in 2021. With outdoor workouts meeting all over...
President-elect Joe Biden released his tax plan before the election, promising to repeal some of the major tax changes from 2017. Due to the country’s current state, Congress’s first focus will be on more pandemic-related...
And that was after the Trump tax cuts, which increased middle-class household income by $4,000 in just three years (compared to only $1,000 per household gain under Obama in eight years); and reduced unemployment...
The COVID virus has changed everyone’s world. Many grieve over the loss of friends and loved ones. Many have suffered great personal loss. Health and careers have been impacted. Many have experienced the crush...
However, while difficult to navigate, the year offered many opportunities for innovation and growth. As disruptive as the impact of Covid-19 has been, LSUS saw record enrollment in the spring and fall, and the university...
Addiction is one of the hardesthitting epidemics globally, and our twin cities are engulfed in it on a massive scale. The rest of the world is dealing with an opioid crisis, and the clear answer to this appears...
In 1938, Congress passed the U.S. Food, Drug and Cosmetics Act to protect consumers. Under the law, cosmetics must be made and packaged in clean factories; they cannot contain poison, rotten or harmful ingredients;...
After assessing possible hazards to your property, consider measures to limit potential damage. Remove dead, diseased or damaged limbs. Inspect leaning trees and consider removing those with large cavities.

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