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Community
Monday, July 29, 2019
is a game-changer for all kinds of businesses. It has revolutionized the way some work is done, as in the automotive industry. In politics, technology, specifically social media, has helped some elected officials take a modern approach to oldfashioned, grassroots communication with their constituents.
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Monday, July 1, 2019
Who we interviewed: Senior Loan Officer Tara Rodgers, Goldwater Bank; Jim Griffith, senior vice president, Standard Mortgage Corporation; Owner/Broker Jaclyn Litton-Briery, Litton Mortgage; Mortgage Loan Officer Trey Culverhouse, AN- ECA FCU; and Mortgage Supervisor Gary Hairston, Barksdale FCU.
Community
Monday, June 17, 2019
Astroll through the 1400 block of Yale Avenue in the Allendale neighborhood reveals the Jewish and Italian roots of one of Shreveport’s first suburbs. The area is full of history, like the Jewish cemetery and the row houses of days gone by. Today, the neighborhood is full of so much more.
Community
Monday, June 3, 2019
“I went to school at J.S. Clark,” he said. “I had a dream one night of going to prison, but it being like school. When you dream of a place, you see it from above looking down on it. I saw a place with a fence around it with dorms. I didn’t know it was a prison in the dream.
Business
Tuesday, May 7, 2019
Asteri is a digital content creator and largescale testing solution provider. Company President Marcus Morton said Asteri will expand its staff of 27 by at least five employees. The new jobs will come with an average salary of $58,200, plus benefits..
Community
Tuesday, April 23, 2019
Doctors Andrew Larson, a local anesthesiologist, and his wife, Lindsey Pennington, a plastic surgeon, bought the former Arlington Hotel at auction. The centerpiece of their plans is the Every Man a King distillery. The Shreveport Metropolitan Planning Commission unanimously approved a Special Use permit for the property at its meeting April 3.
Community
Tuesday, April 9, 2019
A new plan to develop the Cross Bayou area north of downtown Shreveport has emerged. The plan is the vision of Larry English and the Gateway Development Consortium. Long-range plans for the 63-acre development project include new facilities for parish and municipal government entities, housing and a multi-use sports complex.
Community
Tuesday, March 26, 2019
“I chose Keith to serve at the city’s first chief technology officer because he is uniquely qualified,” Perkins said. “His technological expertise coupled with his business background enables him to cut costs while bringing Shreveport into the 21st century.
Community
Tuesday, March 26, 2019
“For the longest time, people kept hearing that we’re opening, and it had to be delayed because the construction needs to be done properly,” Fulfer said. “Finally, we have a real move-in date. Some people jumped on it immediately the day it was available.

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