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Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2022
He will don rose-colored glasses when he does the song near the show’s end. Glasses are sold at the concession table. “Thousands are floating around,” he said. He has a new shirt with his hit songs, and all hits are available – along with new music – on a USB drive.
Wednesday, Nov. 3, 2021
Barbara Jones Maher’s poem, “Special Delivery from Heaven,” was famous in 1963 and is still found on eBay. It was one of my own mother’s treasures, and inspired me to seek its author. It has been translated into 10 languages and made into a recording. People from all over the world (Europe and Asia) sent Barbara letters when they read it.
Wednesday, Nov. 3, 2021
The national salute will be held in the David and Sandy Long “Never Forget” garden. These gardens are a project of the Society of the Honor Guard, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. David is a Navy veteran who manned nuclear submarines as an engineer during the Cold War.
Monday, Oct. 18, 2021
A pen custom made by a South Broadmoor man may be something to consider. Richard Huber has started making pens out of his home. A semiretired accountant, he began the hobby when his son gave him materials to make a custom pen for his birthday. He enjoyed doing so, using African padauk.
On The Scene
Tuesday, June 15, 2021
The LSU Alumni Association in Caddo-Bossier raised funds for its 17th endowed scholarship in honor of Betsy Chandler Peatross at a crawfish boil that was held at East Ridge Country Club on May 22. Basketball Coach Will Wade was the featured speaker.
Monday, May 3, 2021
Crouch, 73, ended up marrying and killing his second wife, age 85, and her son, Ed, 61, who had brain cancer, in East Texas and setting the home on fire, then committing suicide. He was found on July 8, 2013, with no shirt and his pants unzipped in a blue Jaguar.
Monday, Oct. 19, 2020
On Nov. 3, Louisianans will vote on this amendment to the Louisiana Constitution to ban abortions and government funding. Pro-choice people have gone to the extent of keeping the Shreveport abortion clinic open, disregarding the non-essential business proclamation.

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