It is never too late to be proactive and of lung cancer deaths and new cases in the make sure your lungs are in good shape. United States continues to drop. The main If you are over the age of 55, you are reason: People are quitting smoking. There a prime candidate for a lung screening crucial in detecting early-stage lung cancer.
For more than three decades, the Greater Shreveport Chamber has hosted the ATHENA Leadership Program honoring a class of leading women and men in our community. From each class, one individual is selected to receive the prestigious ATHENA International Leadership Award.
says, “Jim would be over the moon with these beautiful trees named in his honor. He loved the idea of Shreveport Common and enjoyed going to the initial community meetings. Jim loved to see the spark of creativity blossom in someone and encouraged and assisted anyone who was willing to try to make something.
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.