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Monday, April 19, 2021
Mayor Perkins and City of Shreveport Chief Technology Officer Keith Hanson are well aware that among the resources lacking in this area’s workforce is digital fluency. Thus, they signed up for a program to be taught by Tech Talent South. The program “was probably a $13,000 value per student,” noted Randy Roberson, one of a couple of dozen graduates.
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Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2021
Exemplars of Highland’s can-do vibe are Chad and Brandi Alexander on Creswell Avenue, a few blocks north of Kings Highway. “We’ve got LED floodlights that light the front of the house each year as Christmas lights. With a color change via the remote controller, they become purple,.
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Wednesday, Jan. 2, 2019
The Village was a dark but mirror-lined, relatively small restaurant. In the early years, there was no menu, just a seasoned waiter such as Phillip Cuellar and a capable chef, Jandres (currently at Ginocchio’s in Marshall, Texas), backed by a bartender, Harley Harville, and a Cush brother.

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