Elrod retired Sept. 30 after 56 years as president and CEO of Willis-Knighton Health System and was the longest-tenured hospital administrator in the country. He has been named president emeritus and remains on the board.
Louisiana Walk of Stars on Saturday, Oct. 16. The word “baseball” goes hand-in-hand with the name Todd Walker. Baseball has always been a big part of his life, from his record-setting days at Airline High School to numerous honors at LSU and then on to seven major league teams.
COVID-19 has disrupted life as we know it! Since March 2020, secondguessing decisions often happen, including scheduling a routine checkup or exam, once made without hesitation. Now is the time, ladies, to push excuses and reasoning to the back burner and get that mammogram scheduled.
A new book from local authors Father Peter Mangum, W. Ryan Smith and Dr. Cheryl White relates the account of five Roman Catholic priests who gave their lives caring for victims of the 1873 Yellow Fever Epidemic in Shreveport. “Shreveport Martyrs of 1873: The Surest Path to Heaven” has been published by the History Press of Charleston, S.
Enjoy a stroll through this marvelous colonial-style home where charm and gracious living greet you from the street and invite you to come inside. The house is beautifully integrated into its natural setting with various plantings and arrangements of seating areas.
Willis-Knighton Health System has announced that James K. Elrod, president and chief executive officer, plans to retire effective Sept. 30. The board of directors has unanimously elected Jerry A. Fielder II (Jaf) to succeed Elrod as president and CEO.
President-elect Joe Biden released his tax plan before the election, promising to repeal some of the major tax changes from 2017. Due to the country’s current state, Congress’s first focus will be on more pandemic-related economic relief. It is likely that the Biden administration will not consider tax policy changes until later in the year.
YPI enlisted a special committee to select 40 young professionals under the age of 40 who make a significant impact in Shreveport-Bossier. These individuals were selected based on values, such as professionalism, achievement, experience, innovation, vision, leadership and community involvement.