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Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2023
“Passing through 18,000 feet, the engine exploded,” Col. Maginness says with a matter-of-fact tone. “Part of it fell off, and the other part was hanging out there, swinging around.
Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2023
The designed purpose of the Third Century Campaign is to advance the sciences and provide resources for new academic and co-curricular programs, student scholarships and operating expenses.
Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2023
Just wrapping up on finishing touches, our featured home is the design work of Janet Meier. Located on St. Andrews Place, the dream becomes a reality for Natalie Wilson and their family.
Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2023
The Arc Caddo-Bossier will hold its Wine, Dine and Equine fundraiser this year on Friday, Oct. 27, at Red River Brew Pub at the Garage from 6-10 p.m.
Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2023
To make sure that doesn't happen to the Sci-Port Discovery Center, Dianne Clark and her team are working to celebrate their silver anniversary by updating and refurbishing the center. Part of that plan revolves around the November fundraising event they have scheduled.
Wednesday, June 14, 2023
Across the country, members host rose shows and educational seminars, maintain public gardens and support research on the newest and disease-resistant varieties of rose. They even grow arrangements and flowers for hundreds of local events and share their enthusiasm and knowledge of rose gardening.
Cover Story
Wednesday, May 31, 2023
The executive director of the Bossier Arts Council has an appropriate attitude about her calling in life. She says it’s her goal to “help the public connect to the arts and how it shows up in their lives. Art is all around us. It exists in so many different disciplines, and sometimes we forget that.
Wednesday, May 31, 2023
“Usually, we tie it to some type of cinematic theme,” explained Executive Director Wendell Riley, “because we are, obviously, a non-profit that deals with film. It’s a celebration of film. It’s a celebration of RFC. It’s a way for us to show our impact within the community.
Men's & Women's Health
Wednesday, May 17, 2023
“They wanted folks who have mental illness and addiction to have more control over the focus and the direction of the services provided. One size doesn’t fit all, so what works in New Orleans doesn’t really work in Shreveport. So, they created us as the Northwest Louisiana Human Services District and allowed us to have our own board of directors.


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