Every spring before the pandemic, Bossier City and Shreveport residents craned their necks to catch a glimpse of the military aircraft gamboling across the skies in the annual Barksdale Air Force Base Air Show.
Shreveport Symphony Orchestra is turning Shreveport into Broadway this April with two concerts devoted to the voices and motifs of the Great White Way. Still dealing with Covid compromises, SSO will present both events online and one of them optionally in person.
Ben Rauschenbach, PE, is senior project manager for Manchac Consulting Group who is working on the project. “This will become the premier north/south route in Bossier City. It eliminates, for Bossier City residents, being stopped by railroad [crossings].
“It’s no secret that this region is one of the, if not the, fastest-growing areas in the state of Louisiana,” says Brian Crawford, executive senior vice president/chief administrative officer for Willis- Knighton.
Matthew Scully is an author and a former speechwriter for George W. Bush. In his book. “Dominion: The Power of Man, the Suffering of Animals, and the Call to Mercy,” he wrote: “Animals are more than ever a test of our character, of mankind’s capacity for empathy and for decent, honorable conduct and faithful stewardship.
The building of the home was completed last year, and the family moved in in March, just days before the pandemic shut down the world. Dr. Greg Burns was diverted from his regular daily task of dentistry to doing the honey-do’s that most new homeowners get to avoid for a while.
Buddy Williams knows about cigar shops, even though his folks’ place started out as strictly a tobacco shop, a place where one buys fine pipe tobaccos. They crop up on virtually every corner in those old Victorian English dramas.
If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to jam your foot down on the accelerator and not worry about a police officer with a radar gun. If you’ve secretly held a dream of speeding around a carousel or slicing through a chicane.
So, he took what he had learned in his brief career and began his own marketing and advertising company. “I put my head down and knew I had all the knowledge to help people. It was grueling at first. I worked out of a small coffee shop in Bossier City.”.
confined to a nursing facility can have a very difficult time seeing the dentist, but it’s more important than ever, according to Dr. Hermes. “They really need to be seen more often than less often, even though that’s usually more difficult for them. We like to see those people every four months rather than twice a year.