Through Southwestern Electric Power Company’s (SWEPCO) commercial energy-efficiency program, the historic Strand Theatre recently received $13,000 in incentives to switch to LED bulbs. The change will bring an estimated 20 percent savings to the theatre’s electric bills, based on past usage, and new savings as a result of the lighting upgrade.
We all know children need to learn early on the importance of good oral hygiene habits. As a family dentist in Shreveport and father of two small children, I know first hand the challenge parents face trying to get the kids to brush. We are often rushed out the door in the morning because someone needs to put their jacket on all by themselves.
With school and sports and recitals and all the millions of things we busy Americans are bombarded with constantly, sometimes the little things in life get left off of our todo list. However, establishing early childhood brushing habits may be one of the most important gifts you can provide for your child.
In addition to advising the mayorelect before taking office, the board will oversee the development of a transition report, planned for release in early 2019. This report will reflect the charge of its committees and the overall vision of the mayor-elect.
melatonin levels, or checking our phone for one last email before we go to bed, prohibits many of us from getting the restful sleep we need. Eliminating electronics from the bedroom or at least moving them away from the bed and having a “cut off” time, such as one hour before bedtime, can help promote a.
The Young Professional Initiative of Northwest Louisiana (YPI) teams up annually with the Greater Shreveport Chamber of Commerce and 318 Forum Magazine to present the top 40 Under Forty Young Professionals. Earning the top honor and reigning as queen of the night: Emerie Eck Gentry (left).
HARSH CRITIC TURNED PUBLIC EDUCATION ADVOCATE TO SPEAK What do blueberries have to do with public education? Everything, as respected businessman and attorney Jamie Vollmer learned after being taken to task by a teacher after he vocally condemned public schools.