One of every five U.S. residents lives within a 500- mile radius of Shreveport, making the location enviable for distribution and logistics companies. Amazon will begin construction of its Shreveport fulfillment center immediately, with plans to open the site in September 2022 in time for its busiest e-commerce season.
Every three minutes, someone in the U.S. is diagnosed with a blood cancer. More than 1.3 million Americans are living with or in remission from a blood cancer. Even though there are fewer than 200,000 blood cancers cases per year, they are the third leading cause of cancer deaths in the United States.
Enjoy a stroll through this marvelous colonial-style home where charm and gracious living greet you from the street and invite you to come inside. The house is beautifully integrated into its natural setting with various plantings and arrangements of seating areas.
A new book from local authors Father Peter Mangum, W. Ryan Smith and Dr. Cheryl White relates the account of five Roman Catholic priests who gave their lives caring for victims of the 1873 Yellow Fever Epidemic in Shreveport. “Shreveport Martyrs of 1873: The Surest Path to Heaven” has been published by the History Press of Charleston, S.
When local children’s book author Susan Jenkins McClendon moved to Shreveport, she knew her next book needed to be about the Pelican State. “What I find so amazing is that the people in Louisiana are so diehard. They love the state of Louisiana,” she said.
COVID-19 has disrupted life as we know it! Since March 2020, secondguessing decisions often happen, including scheduling a routine checkup or exam, once made without hesitation. Now is the time, ladies, to push excuses and reasoning to the back burner and get that mammogram scheduled.