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Community
Monday, May 3, 2021
To Robert Griggs, it sounds – and tastes – delicious. Griggs is the maintenance supervisor for 14 McDonald’s restaurants throughout Northwest Louisiana and East Texas. Monday through Friday, he’s at a McDonald’s at lunchtime, so to Robert, it really doesn’t make sense to go anywhere else – or eat anything else.
Community
Monday, May 3, 2021
In death, there was birth – the birth of Julianna Grace Ministry. In memory of her late daughter, Lisa accepts donations to buy items that go into a basket. That basket is delivered to mothers whose children have died at a young age.
Cover Story
Monday, April 19, 2021
“What I think that the spring fair does is it shows people that with certain restrictions, with wearing masks, with social distancing, with getting vaccinated, there is a path to normalcy,” said Liz Swaine, chairman of the board of the State Fair of Louisiana.
Community
Monday, April 5, 2021
“Two weeks after his death, I asked my uncle when Johnny was coming back,” William remembered. “He said he would never be back. I hurt so badly in my chest over that loss that I said if I could ever help anybody not hurt that badly, I wanted to do it. That’s when I became a candidate for the ministry.
Men's & Women's Health
Monday, March 22, 2021
Unlike most LSUS students, Sanderson – who uses SporTran’s Liftline transportation to get to school – is legally blind. A detached retina when she was 12 years old took all the vision in her right eye. Glaucoma in Sanderson’s left eye took all but a very narrow field of vision.
Cover Story
Monday, March 22, 2021
kiss me. I looked up, and I ran!” Over the next three-plus decades, Melissa and Shawn spent their lives with others. Both married. Both divorced. But they stayed in touch. Then, in 2019, Melissa invited Shawn to be her date at a Christmas party. Almost a year later, they were married.
Community
Monday, March 22, 2021
The refuge’s headquarters — along with its property and hiking trails — is located along Bossier City’s Arthur Ray Teague Parkway. But late last year, the refuge signed a 99-year lease with the City of Shreveport and the State of Louisiana to manage the park — renamed C.
Community
Monday, March 22, 2021
“I knew I wanted to be a lawyer, without knowing what kind of law I wanted to practice,” Joseph said. “The older I got, the more I saw that the law was involved in everything. There’s no aspect of your day-to-day life that is not impacted by the law in some form or fashion.
Community
Monday, March 8, 2021
“We got a fancy new tankless water heater when we moved into this house,” Lee said. “Turns out, tankless water heaters don’t heat water if there’s not enough water pressure. We went to wash dishes and wash clothes, and there wasn’t any hot water — and very little water at all.
Community
Monday, March 8, 2021
Except it didn’t make sense to Clark. “Not at all,” Clark said. “I didn’t have any idea that I would go into education. I had actually interviewed with Xerox and a couple of other companies. I really wanted to move and do the big corporate world thing in marketing – my undergraduate degree is in marketing.

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